We all know the horror of speedhacking in pvp. If someone uses it, it spreads like wildfire through the guild. It give's an unfair speed advantage, and creates lag for the people around them. So, given the tendency for entire guilds to use this, and the lack of ability from the devs to curb it's use, what about those people, assuming those people exist, that think "Fk it, i've had enough of this" and decide 'if i can't beat them, i'll join them'. Is speedhacking wrong if someone uses it to level the playing field against others that abuse it? If there was a potential speedhacking ban, then what would distinguish those that use it as defense against the unfair advantage of other guilds, and those that have been longtime cheaters? Is speedhacking always wrong, and is it better to die and stay on the metaphorical moral high horse? Or is it understandable that this pattern may have occured given the lack of punishment dished out in these circumstances?