Bots is everywhere!

Dear Blizzard,

I am writing to express my concern about the recent influx of bots in dungeons such as Botanica and Maraudon. It is becoming increasingly obvious that these players are not human, but rather programmed bots. I implore you to take action against this issue, as it is having a negative impact on the overall gameplay experience for legitimate players.

First and foremost, it is blatantly obvious that these players are bots. They often have similar names, and are frequently of the same class. This is highly suspicious and leads me to believe that these are not actual players, but rather bots created for the sole purpose of farming in these dungeons. Furthermore, these bots often exhibit behavior that is consistent with programmed scripts, such as following the same path repeatedly and attacking in the same manner every time.

In addition to the suspicious behavior of these bots, it is also concerning that they are able to remain in the dungeon for days without taking breaks. This is highly unusual for actual players, who would need to take breaks for food, sleep, and other necessities. This suggests that these bots are able to operate without any need for rest, which is not something that should be allowed within the game.

I would like to know why these accounts have not been banned yet. These bots are clearly breaking the game’s terms of service, and their presence is detrimental to the overall experience of legitimate players. By not taking action against them, you are allowing the bots to continue to run rampant and disrupt the gameplay experience for everyone else.

I urge you to take swift action against these bots in Botanica and Maraudon. By doing so, you will be able to preserve the integrity of the game and provide a better experience for all players. Thank you for your time and consideration.



They are indeed… Its a joke tbh. Got to do something about it.

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