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  • #31
    KABAM YOU HAVE ONLY ONE SOLUTION TO COMPENSATE THE BUG: give to all players the Lev 100 in all realms so everyone could take gems At Lev 80 90 and 100.
    No other SOLUTION.
    In other case the game will be died


    • #32
      Funny how some peoples reasoning breaks down completely when they're part in this. If it's "a handful of people" (no big deal get over it argument) it should be no problem at all to simply target them for reprisals or correction. If it's not (and it's not) there's a need for more general solutions, like a rollback or simply allowing everybody to claim rewards cross realm to even things out. In the case of a rollback tons of people get screwed over and in the case of giving out tens of thousands of free gems progression gets borked and actually leveling GK will be a non issue for just about everybody. Lose lose situation but it's time they owe up to their mistake and do *something* or the last shred of faith people have in them as a company will disintegrate. Personally I'm not happy at all with this, having spent money on the game and seeing people in arenas take giant leaps in power ahead of me just because of some bug.


      • #33
        Originally posted by Noob_52QBGMX View Post
        Dude are you quoting and cherry picking the controversy section article from a Wikipedia article while at the same omitting the introduction part of it and expecting I take your argument seriously?

        I will then cherry pick myself the TOS:

        Did you read that part:

        including exploiting glitches for personal gain;

        When Kabam introduce a bug that allows people to literally gain the equivalent of hundreds if not thousands of euros for free, it looks like to me that the previous quote fits perfectly.
        Oh, I know the ToS backwards and forwards, and I enforce it in my Guild regularly, thank you very much.

        Let's recap so as to not stray from the chain of events. You called someone "retarded" because you felt the actions taken by some were by definition an exploit and deserving of a Ban.

        My comment was that I felt much of what the ToS focuses on in terms of bannable offenses tends to be use of 3rd party tools to exploit inner mechanics. You then used Wiki, not the ToS, to define exploit. Your definition referred to the situation as controversial, which I think you and I both agree that it is. Now you are using the ToS as reference and so now we can actually have a civilized debate.

        Scroll down further and at the bottom of that section of the ToS it says, "While using the Websites or Materials, you agree to comply with these and all Standards, as well as all applicable laws, rules and regulations, Kabam has the sole discretion to delete, suspend, terminate or close your user Account, with or without prior notification to you, for any violation of these Terms, including any of the STANDARDS."

        So that suggests to me that the situations noted above, which you quoted, are left to the discretion of Kabam as to whether or not they are an offense worth taking action over. This has a completely different feel than your original statement of calling someone retarded because this is an overt act of exploitation and people should be banned.

        It's not your call, it's not your decision, the ToS is ambiguous on the matter at best.....which was my original point, that they are much more clear in affirming that action *will* be taken in cases of the use of 3rd party tools vs *may* be taken at their discretion in cases where they deem we as a player community failed to abide by the Standards they set and to which we agree when we play the game.

        The development team screwed up. Some people took advantage. Some couldn't take advantage **but would have if given the opportunity**. For me, the latter are no different than the former. Do you ban them too? The act of not committing a potentially bannable offense merely because you didn't have the opportunity to do so is no less of an offense from where I sit. And as I've mentioned elsewhere, the most overt offense perhaps for me was more of those who shared the information to others regarding the glitch moreso than any of those who may have taken advantage of the opportunity. And if you note, sharing info about a glitch or a bug, etc is also noted as an offense in the ToS and is an action that may merit action taken against.

        And so what do you do? What does Kabam do? How do you determine who exploited more or less than someone else. Do you differentiate between who got 100k gems vs the person who maybe got 2-3k? Why or why not? Where do you draw the line? And what has Kabam done in the past to enforce their own ToS and the content and situations presented within it? For these situations happen all the time....this one was just more overt and immediately brought into the spotlight so is it any worse than the others that have occured before it?

        But that's not for me to judge, and I don't think it's your place either. Kabam will determine what, if anything, to do under the circumstances.

        And I don't think any of that makes anyone retarded.