Hey WoW Warriors, it’s like Azeroth has turned into a battleground against the machines, and it’s not the kind of PvP/PVE I signed up for.
- Battlegrounds it’s a bot fest. Thirty + bots in one week – that’s a whole team and then some. It’s not PvP; it’s PvB (Player versus Bots). Are we just supposed to accept this, or should we be demanding more from Blizzard to level the playing field?
Quests and Achievements Trampled:**
- I saw bots speed-running through quests and achievements like it was a race to the finish line. It cheapens the sense of accomplishment, and I can’t help but wonder – is Blizzard doing everything in their power to protect our hard-earned victories?
Have you noticed an increase in bot encounters lately? Do you think Blizzard is doing enough, or should we collectively be pushing for more decisive action? Share your experiences, frustrations, and let’s brainstorm some solutions.
It feels like Blizzard is quick to throw the ban hammer at players for minor chat violations. But when it comes to the plague of bots flooding the game, it’s like they’re tiptoeing around the issue. Do you think they’re putting too much emphasis on chat monitoring at the expense of dealing with bots?
A big part of the WoW experience is the community. Bots disrupt that community spirit, yet Blizzard appears to be investing more in monitoring chat conversations than actively combatting the botting epidemic. How do you see this affecting guilds and group dynamics, and what changes would you like to see?