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May 26, 2016PhattyPanda posted a message on The New Firebird/Archon Exploit Explained (with video)Posted in: Wizard: The Ancient Repositories
May 24, 2016Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
The issue is that some people consider cheating as a black and white situation but I would argue that some cheating is worse than others.
And I would argue that Blizzard also sees cheating this way along with hacks / bots / exploits. There is definitely some sort of severity index they use.
Now if this is the case, I'm quite certain that they also see the benefits of what thud is bringing to the community. In many ways this may in many eyes including Blizzard offset the cheat aspect of thud.
Keep in mind for someone to push, it's more important to have the right map, right density, right mobs, right rift guardian, and correct order of pylons.
Before the map hack even is an issue you need the above. Even then pylon locations and map layouts are almost always known except in 2 or 3 map types.
May 23, 2016Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
I see a bunch of bad analogies and straw men throughout the thread.
Botting and thud are not the same.
They may fall into similiar categories and may warrant the same treatment from your view.
I don't agree with using the Eula / tos as an argument nor agree that they deserve the same treatment.
The way people approach thud is neither right or wrong but a matter of opinion as mentioned by the mods. Ultimately, whatever Blizzard has thought about it is the law of the land. Until now, speculation is that it has been allowed.
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