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Message from the Uncensored Intelligence Team

Post by j0Shi » Thu May 18, 2017 14:01

"This information is not official and is not supported by PWE. This content was removed from the official neverwinter forums because it provides information that is potentially false and sheds a negative light on unpublished and unknown drop rates within the game." -melodywhr

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Re: Message from the Uncensored Intelligence Team

Post by TheHappyLion » Thu May 18, 2017 14:21

Love the title lol

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Re: Message from the Uncensored Intelligence Team

Post by fizgig » Thu May 18, 2017 15:49

What if the ban wave was triggered by something stupidly simple that made sense to developers but real people playing can get pretty good at timing. e.g. you invoked daily too quickly after the timer ended consistently on multiple toons, or restarted professions too quickly right after they ended?

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Re: Message from the Uncensored Intelligence Team

Post by TheHappyLion » Thu May 18, 2017 16:02

It just dawned on me that PE chat activity is probably a good indicator of actual online player activity. The place is virtually dead by 9PM Pacific time, except for trade and goldseller spam. It's probably not the best time to be running bots as they will stick out like a sore thumb.

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Re: Message from the Uncensored Intelligence Team

Post by PutzBoy78 » Fri May 19, 2017 04:29

in the real world someone would loose their jobs over this. A bad script to identify violaters that wasn't tested properly then was used in a production application resulting in negative publicity. If credit cards used their theft tracking to cancel accounts instead of doing follow-up they would go under. Would you fire employees for triggering your adult content filter on the firewall or would you do the research before firing to ensure what was flagged was indeed a violation. alas this is the internet where asinine is to be expected

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