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    posted a message on FoM: DH, 2Billion Damage Numbers. Screenshots and Video. Party Combo Build
    Wow this run looks amazing. Guess I should make some in game friends.

    If anyone needs a higher DPS Demon hunter to run this with my dps 435,981.

    http://us.battle.net/d3/en/profile/MustacheGuy-1904/hero/5610269

    I've never done this run but I would love to learn it.

    I'm just never on this forum, feel free to send me an in game message.
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    posted a message on Those people with massive amounts of Unid Legendaries.
    There are just too many unid legendaries for it to not be largly from botters. I'm not saying all players are botters, I'm saying it is undeniable that large mass quantities of legendaries are coming from botters. Just 100 effective p100 bots 24/7 would be enough to flood the forums.There are plenty of players with 1000 hours of game time, sure, but the quantity these items are selling at is insane. 1 p100 24/7 will find more items in a week than an actual player will find in their entire game experience.

    I've purchased unid off sellers on battle.net, guess what? From the ~10 different vendors a mule was used each time for the transaction. Starts to get pretty obvious.

    There are plenty of botters who run partial days like you said. They all eventually get banned no matter what the hours. If you would look around there are many posts on that forum from a lot of accounts saying they bot 24/7, some have 40+ accounts live for over 6 months, some bot 4hrs a day and only last 3 days. Its pure luck and mimicing human behavior gaurentees them nothing.

    I pulled those numbers from reports of running bots. Ignore them if you'd like, but it is undeniable a large portion of the unid item market is coming from bots. They have a plugin that picks out and stops your legendaries from being identified and stores them to be sold in mass quantities.
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    posted a message on Those people with massive amounts of Unid Legendaries.
    I don't see how this is even up to question. It is hands down wothout a doubt botting. Not saying the individual adveryising on the forums selling the Unids is the botter, but the items are coming from botters. A self fpund player would have the time to broker thier own items. All the Unid sellers on battle.net and other forums have new stock daily. There is no explanation for a player having a new supply of 30x mempos, 60x manticores, 30 lacunis, 30 Efs etc at the start of ever day. Yet this happens.

    If you would just go on the demonbuddy forums, demonbuddy is the main botting program, you can see botters statistics fod using certain profiles, routes, plugins. In a1 mp10 running high densoty areas with a good barb profile its possible to average nearly two i63 legendaries an hour. This is refered to as LPH (legendaries per hour), usually running profiles that drop 1400+ items per hour. Either demonbuddy or a plugin keeps analytics of their runs broken down by item level, and color.. This is all available publically if you just browse their forums.

    So do the math. 2 i63 LPH x 24 hours x7 days = 336 i63 legendaries a week for one account.now realize its very common for a personal use botter to run 6 bots. 2016 i63 legendaries a week. Actual farming operations will run 40-100 accounts.

    See how crazy this gets? These mass Unid items are just a result of gold prices diving into the ground. It is the only way to be profitable botting now.

    Botters only care about gold. Rng is terrible, gold is money, money is king. To seriously think these items are coming from anywhere else is crazy talk.
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