Way to treat players... gj ANet, bb gw2 (480p)

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  • allmah reply lol because accessing 29 map points in under a minute, something impossible without third party software (the kind that goes against the user agreement), is totally not grounds for being banned for cheating. They're just using their "celebrity" to get out of it.
  • Pepsi1988 reply You dersver to be banned, its was proven that you were hacking. Plus u sound like a kid so good riddance. Hope you enjoy u ban and don't blame anet for u doing. You blaming anet proves u a kid.
  • Boa-Noah reply Oh boy, now everyone will be able see just how entitled they felt because of their songs, good riddance.
  • typicaleuplayer reply UNNGHHH EHHH OUR LE GUIL WHAR ACCOUNT IS UHH LE BANNED OHHHHH UHH I DO A NOT A UNDERSTANDA THIS IS WHY?? I DIDAN DO NUTTEEN LOL
  • LyssaTheNecro reply if you cheated after playing so much gw/gw2 then you're just stupid. gj to you.. not to Anet.. you got what you deserved
  • ExposeThisStuff reply @ your statements about botters having a lot of gold. No. I have been in the botting community in other games. Most the gold farming bots are owned by a (relatively) small number of the botters. Most botters use bots on their main for a short time. A kind of testing the waters thing. They, typically, get away with it the first time and slowly start doing it more and more. So if it was your first time using a bot it is just unfortunate that you got caught. However, most people eventually stop using their main to bot or never bot on their main and instead use other accounts to supply their mains. They horde their valuable in other accounts called "mules" (these mules are also not often used to bot directly but just more as a bank alt account) to make their main account look less suspicious. Example: "What do you mean I botted Silverwastes for 72 hours strait? Look at how little gold I have." Often times banning these bots or mule accounts does little to stop the botting. The only way...more to really stop these bot is to get at the main account. If multiple accounts are logged into from the same computers and IPs, frequently trade with each other, and so on it is reasonable to expect that they are owned by the same person. If every botter could get out of being banned by just saying their roommate was botting, no botter would get banned. They would just lie.
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