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Vambrael in Arena - points question

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  • #16
    Funny. I made mention about ungodly fast arena play before giving dates and times and was shushed by the mod as "bots" can't help arena play. Well, certainly seems like something can.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Nexumus View Post
      Funny. I made mention about ungodly fast arena play before giving dates and times and was shushed by the mod as "bots" can't help arena play. Well, certainly seems like something can.
      Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes. Turn and face the strange

      Even if they aren't visible in the front-end, we do make back-end changes that make things easier to detect. The point from before remains: bots can only go as fast as the server/connection allows. Players have been suspended not due simply to high might or the speed at which it's obtained, but because...well, because of other detections.

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      • #18
        So players are actually allow to speed up getting might ? Why don't you say it earlier...now we know what to do Thanks Aaron

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Pankrassus View Post
          cheaters is a real problem.

          We have some cheaters too on lancelot-2

          No issue to this problem if Kabam don't check the arena top 10 players and compare boss wins/decks and money engaged...
          I think they should do it but they don't (or can't). Otherwise, if people continue to pay when cheaters play freely, I can understand kabam interests.

          But U should all know that cheats work. Look the forums (all kabam games are concerned).
          Cheats are not difficult to find on the web. People who use it have no fear to be abused. So the have a form of bravour.
          But that is not correct and unfair for all the others (the majority !) who not use those cheat programs.

          Regards !
          Cheats work.. ?! On the web there's only phishing links. Why You start crying before even knowing the real situation ? Have You even tried those cheats ?

          Cheaters in arena ? Have You ever tried using gems by spending money ? Having saved 500 tickets and refreshing by fighting only against those You can win ? It's so damn easy, but as most of You have never tried it You just call those people cheaters, because You can't afford to do it Yourself.

          There is always and will be cheaters who ruin the game, but majority here just spends loads of money by trying to reach something they can't achieve like all other people.

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          • #20
            Yes cheats work. I've seen players go down for using them or admit to me that they are using them prior to it blowing up on the forums. Yes most of the links you see on the web are probably scams, but only noobs think they are going to google cheat or hack and get something useful.

            Yes, a lot of us have already been doing the very simple things you mentioned for arena play. It's arena play 101, so don't act like it's something special none of us understand. I can spot when something artificial is happening that is impossible with normal legal play (whatever it is) versus someone just with a fast connection or willing to spend gems or having a good streak.

            I would agree that a lot of the things pointed out above will end up being hard working players who have done nothing wrong, so it's a tough thing to police without catching too many innocent players. But don't act like the concerns mentioned are ignorant and overblown. There are very valid reasons why a lot of us are concerned about cheaters, chief among them is that they will continue to exist. The incentive for a cheaper, faster, and easier game is too strong for them not to exist and it's not like Kabam is the gold standard in programming or catching cheaters such that we'd all feel warm and fuzzy in the comforting arms of mother Kabam.

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            • #21
              Cheating is real, and as Nexum said, sometimes hard to detect. We're trying to improve our systems to make cheaters easier to catch. And we are banning people as we catch them. Thus far, we have handed out suspensions. Moving forward, we will be issuing permanent bans.

              However I condone privacy, and I do not condone black lists, so I will not share who has been banned.

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