#1 - 2012/11/27 04:28:00 PMI have a question about botting and other 3rd party programs.. Would it be against the rules to have a 3rd party program running on a single player mode? I mean I understand you logg on to D3 through Battle.net, but do they have that authority to ban you from something that you got with no intention of playing as a online MMO game? I guess I'm trying to say is if D3 didn't logg in through Battle.net then Blizzard has no right to tell us to use 3rd party software nor could they know if you're botting because you're playing single player mode. You could argue that it gives an unfair advantage to other players who wont use it(even thought there is no god damn pvp to make it such a big deal..) but D3 has you automatically online, even in single player mode. Therefore if you wan't to just screw around with glitches and hacks on single player mode, you can't because you might get banned over a single player mode 3rd party program. and lets be honestly with ourselfs here and admit it gets boring as hell to do the same story line over and over again..
And no. I am not asking for 3rd party programs to be allowed on D3 it's just I have been wondering about it for awhile and hoping someone could give me a reason I should get banned for using a 3rd party program on D3 single player mode (that is forcing you to be online to play it I mind you).