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total amount of bans since launch date..
15 x 675 = 10125 player names banned...
I found this pretty funny lol
can only guess about that.. av dont release any numbers so none knows really..
But based on the fact that their servers cant hold more then 3k players @ the same time.. my guess would be an active sub playerbase of 5k, since EU is pretty empty
Do any mmos release point blank amounts of legit player base? I know wow has said "active accounts" But those could be accounts with pre bought time not actually being played. Point being its not a av thing. Its a all game companies thing with releasing pretty much spot on player base numbers of active logging in and playing accounts.
Whoever guessed the playerbase to be around 5k is bad at guessing.
in order to get peaks of 3-4k players online everydays you need to have well over 25k people subbed to the game.
Saying their server cant handle more than 4k players at once is an information you pulled out of nowhere. Their server is having problems only when you see 200+ players fighting each other in a single tile and about 4-5 fights like that one are happenning at the same time elsewhere in the world of Agon.
Originally posted by Copperfield can only guess about that.. av dont release any numbers so none knows really.. But based on the fact that their servers cant hold more then 3k players @ the same time.. my guess would be an active sub playerbase of 5k, since EU is pretty empty
Their servers can hold about 12k simultaneous users... so yeah I guess you're just trolling
Most of those bans are from gold farmers. They have no ways to detect cheaters, so they have to rely on witchhunts, or player evidence. at least 1/2 the players involved with dupegate are still playing to this day, along with the 100-200K prowess they got from crafting duped mats (roll back was only to items and banks). Having GM friends helps.
Originally posted by flizzer I understand you are trying to be funny with this but I actually see this as a positive. I appreciate a company that is not afraid to ban players for misconduct instead of promising to do something and not following through.
Yeah, I for one love that AV does that, and calls the characters out publicly. If a player can't respect AV's world or rules in-game, then AV shouldn't respect their 'name' out of game. It lets people know who to keep an eye out for, and lights a fire under clans' asses to get rid of them.
It's funny, a friend of mine considers the BH a moral outrage, and an unjustifiable invasion of peope's privacy.
Yeah, I thought it was a hilarious argument, too.