Can we have a ruling on players who:
- are in Alliance (for the purpose of this example, but applies vice-versa)
- reveal the position of another Alliance player to Horde players to have him killed
- do so not just once, but in loop, continuously. Getting the Alliance player ganked unfairly because his position is unfairly revealed cross-faction (degrading that Alliance player gaming experience)
- do so in order to get an in-game advantage over that Alliance player.
One would argue a “PvP solution”, with the game mechanics, means being able to keep your localisation on the map unknown when you are not in sight. And as such having your own position revealed cross faction is threatening the essence of the PvP gameplay mechanics.
Here is my suggestion of what rules are violated, but please opine:
(from Blizzard website itself: https://eu.battle.net/support/en/article/42673 )
“[…] win-trading, and anything else that may degrade the gaming experience for other players will receive harsh penalties.”
“[…] engaging in any activity that grants an unfair advantage is considered cheating.”
PS: can someone with a level 10 character on US servers copy-paste this post on US forums please? Just in case Blizzard pays more attention to the US forums. Here is the link: