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So things are getting so out of hand in my opinion in not just this NWN community, but everywhere. And I mean attitude, cheating, and everything else. It almost seems as if at least the F2P community could care less about policing their products, and the good of the MMO community never speaks up to police the people ruining things either. I feel like we've become too passive.
Well, I don't know if this is against policy and honestly I am so fed up that I don't even care if I were to be banned here because I mostly just read the forums. I'd rather not be banned, but I can't sit here after playing these games for 9 years and let the games that I play be ruined OVER AND OVER AGAIN by the community - without speaking up.
There are many people exploiting in this game - most of the early 60s for example exploited the foundry to gain 2.5 levels in minutes by knocking off 50 elite ogres from a ledge, or ogres contained in a room where the mobs couldn't move. But NONE of them are as bad as the guild below. They have found just about every way possible to cheat and they really take advantage of it, mock you while doing it, and laugh because no one ever does anything to them for doing it.
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My question is WHEN do we give up or fight? I know that there are still many nice people because I meet them. But WHEN do we do something, speak up, and demand that this stuff is unacceptable? I am tired of everyone just doing nothing about it and ruining my game, and its not just my game its ALL of our games (and our game experiences).
I am only touching on cheating here, but the ATTITUDE in general is *beyond awful* these days too.
This has gone too far! Cryptic seems to be the worst company I've seen with this. They refuse to ban anyone even the BLANTANT CHEATERS who got to level 60 in two hours are STILL playing. Even the people who found the exploit to hit for millions of damage and are solo killing the top bosses in a single shot, and then turning around to sell it to people like you and I for the *hundreds and thousands* of dollars.
I love these games but I'm so close to just throwing in the towel and finding a new hobby.