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The future for wintrades

BeLZedaR.4790BeLZedaR.4790 Member ✭✭✭

The action taken against wintrading was definetly a good step in the right direction, especially felt rewarding because a player that actually deserved it got God of PvP instead, but that’s not the end of this matter.

Not all of them were caught, pretty certain there are quite a few more peeps than just 9 how wintraded this season. It was very widespread.
If you don’t have proof against the others, it’s reasonable they’re not banned. I can accept that.

But the point of this thread is that the taken action despite being good is not enough in a few ways.
First is that they get to keep the rewards from previous seasons they did it. Not gonna mention names, but most of those you banned already had illegitimate titles they were seeking to just upgrade, again illegitimately. These should be removed imo.

Second and most importantly is that if this does not get repeated then in the long run it doesn’t matter, because the bans are temporary.
I can understand a second chance to some degree (though they broke the rules on so many levels I also kinda don’t) but after they return (and to those uncaught) there needs to be monitoring snd punishments in the future so they don’t repeat these behaviours.

I’m pretty hopeful maybe s11 would be relatively wintrade free and worth tryharding for, if there’s gonna be monitoring for these actions.

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Comments

  • OutOfOrder.3719OutOfOrder.3719 Member ✭✭✭

    There needs to be a 3 month ban of people who actually use speed hacks in Pvp.

    And I agree this should be a regular 1 month screening that's Anet conducts. Some randomly and some based on players who report hackers or win traders.

  • FyzE.3472FyzE.3472 Member ✭✭✭

    @OutOfOrder.3719 said:
    There needs to be a 3 month ban of people who actually use speed hacks in Pvp.

    And I agree this should be a regular 1 month screening that's Anet conducts. Some randomly and some based on players who report hackers or win traders.

    Um, for speed hacks it should be perma ban. You think they did not know that cheating is now allowed?

  • Shirlias.8104Shirlias.8104 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @OutOfOrder.3719 said:
    There needs to be a 3 month ban of people who actually use speed hacks in Pvp.

    I really hope that's a Joke.
    For deliberately use cheats/hacks a permaban is all you have to get ( in every single game, if you cheat you are out ).

  • allias.1420allias.1420 Member ✭✭✭

    I expect ANET will continue to monitor closely the accounts of the offenders, so hopefully the wintrading will stop. I still think that the offenders should be stripped of titles and rewards because dishonouring them temporarily is simply not enough.

  • @OutOfOrder.3719 said:
    ** There needs to be a 3 month ban of people who actually use speed hacks in Pvp.**

    Nah bro

    If you get caught speed hacking you need to be Dhumm Reaped/ Thrown off a Divinity's reach spire and subsequently banned permanently. No time outs for cheating using hacks.

    [Indifferent Charr Noises]
    [Plays every class]
    [Every PvP game has bad balance because every PvP game has bad players.]

  • OutOfOrder.3719OutOfOrder.3719 Member ✭✭✭

    I agree that any hackers should be banned permantly and there should be regular screening.

    However, I don't think Anet is actually banning hackers at all, so a 3 month ban would be a great start.

  • Saiyan.1704Saiyan.1704 Member ✭✭✭

    They need to do an investigation on the IP addresses where players just so happen to have multiple accounts queuing at once & having unusual levels of dishonor... you know who you are.

  • Aridon.8362Aridon.8362 Member ✭✭✭

    What is win trading

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