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Posted: Jul 8th 2008 9:08AM Crsh said

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"Hernandez claims IGE diminishes the overall playing experience for legitimate players and filed on the grounds that stem from farming gold, spamming chat, and camping spawns it allegedly prevented players from receiving full benefits Blizzard intended"

That can be applied to any player, legit or not, so I question whether how wee it'll hold itself in court. The nature of MMOs encourages one form of farming or another, be it for gold, crafting mats, rep items, etc. Same goes for spawn camping; it's not because you're a farmer that you may decide to camp specific mobs.

Where and how can one draw the line between a legit player (admittedly, one acting like an ass) and a gold farmer?

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