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Don't Bot Me Bro

Whatever you do, don't start botting in Guild Wars 2. Eventually, you are always going to get banned for this.

The other day I was running around Orr when I noticed a player who seemed to be a bot. Upon further inspection, my assumption proved correct. This lonely hunter ran in a set circle, attacking the same monsters each time, and using the exact same ability combinations over and over again. I followed for a good half hour, tagging all of his monsters while killing other ones outside of his pre-determined route.

So if you see someone botting, take advantage of their silliness, but don't join in the botting. You can make so much more gold on the trading post.

5 comments:

  1. frodoofpool said...:

    Its the teams of 4-6 rangers running around with identical gear, pets and attacks that make me laugh.How they get away with it just drives me mad, always take a screen shot and send to support. Hopefully they will get the ban hammer and IP banned too, only to hack another account eh.

  1. Dabob703 said...:

    I try and report every bot I see. I even seened Bot Boot Camps where 2 level 80's are in a high level zone like Frosstgorge with like 10 baby bots ranging from level 5 to 18 leveling up on the same 5 mobs. That one I actually posted on GW2 Forums with pictures. They are not online anymore. Its not worth it.

  1. Wolfox said...:

    To be honest, I also used the company of some bots. Some weeks ago I was running with 3 hunters through my favourite farm route. And it was fine. But today there are so many Bots, that the positiv effect of a higher kill speed is completly killed by the fact, that they kill mobs faster then I could tag them. -.-

  1. Anonymous said...:

    what do you mean by take advantage of their silliness?

  1. George Smith said...:

    @anonymus if a bot is there killing stuff anyway,tag their kills and you can get easy loot.

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