Generally, as a rule any program with the word 'Hack' in it is frowned upon. But there are exceptional cases, such as using Map Hack in order to do research on a thesis you have about an aspect of Diablo II. so that should answer that question.
The majority of members are on US West yes. Silversurfnstud make this guild, he plays on US West. I am not saying it doesn't happen, but it is weird for someone is say California to make a guild based in a realm in Europe, Asia or US East. You would primarily go for the Realm closest to where you live, the closer you are to the servers, generally the less lag. THe problem comes with people like me who are geographically in a far away region but in the interest of togetherness play on a different region. I should play on the Asia or Oceanic Realms but since most of us are on US West I switched.
Plus I got sick of seeing  or ^()*#$(^)#*$^()*#$(^)#$*^()#$*^()#$*^()$#^*()#$^*($^*(#$)^*($)#^*(#)$^*#$()^*#$()^*#$()^#$() coming across my screen because Koreans, Chinese and Japanese have their versions of the game, which is of course in their native tongue, and I do not have a language coverter, so that is what I see when they type 'asian'.
We have a guild channel yes, op xSICKx As capitols makes no difference op xsickx also works. Some use op xSICKx as the acronym for the guild uses capitol letters.
We don't offically host any runs, yet. We make them like any player would, but we don't have a designated person making run games or anything like that.
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