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Scripters on Fire

Discussion in 'UHall' started by RathofLS, Feb 14, 2008.

  1. RathofLS

    RathofLS Guest

    I take every oportunity to complain about not seeing any results from the dev team taking action against cheaters. I have posted over the years of how I would like to see their bodys hung along the roadside, so we could avtually see them as a warning for others.

    I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you for the in place burnt house and effigy. Some may not agree of believe that this is a good thing. Alot of us wanted it and you guys made it happen. At any given time You can stop at one of the effigies and see people rejoiceing and the common chat all summed up is about time. Thank you for showing us, in a tangeble manner that something is being done.

    Gratefully

    The House of Rath
     
  2. One problem prolly is that scripters have a lot of accounts. So making scripting totally impossible would lower EA:s profits.

    Just my quess.
     
  3. LunaMage

    LunaMage Guest

    Yep true enough, but I must admit it is quite nice to see at least one of the masses burned
     
  4. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Honestly I'd like to see the heads of banned characters (with over 500 total skill) impaled upon poles across the landscape of UO.

    It'd make me feel at home ^^
     
  5. <blockquote><hr>

    One problem prolly is that scripters have a lot of accounts. So making scripting totally impossible would lower EA:s profits.

    Just my quess.

    [/ QUOTE ]

    I doubt it...

    I think they make a lot more money off the players that rejoin or didn't quit because the devs did something about cheating.

    I think they lose a lot more revenue for NOT doing something about the cheating than they do for doing something.