Bots can be programmed to do almost anything. Do I believe that there is a group of people in WoW that is amazingly super tight lipped about to an unheard of degree that has some super secret duping method that Blizzard can't fix after half a decade? There are exploits that are mostly temporary and can allow for things as duping, unlimited experience and gold farming and similar things. Search Wowhead for those codes, I am just posting the ones that sell. For whatever reason, Blizzard seems to be having trouble getting a handle on these duping methods, so this seems like a pretty effective way of dealing with it. Notice also how the standard deviation spread is almost as much as the actual market price. Thye of course produced the very best items. Thanks to BroodWyrm for finding out the problem.
My server saw 9 out of those 202, which is a considerable percentage. And not to expect it again. Or are these clever farmers? World of Warcraft Exploits There have been a lot of different exploits in the history of World of Warcraft. Just follow like these on dupes to help your gaming experience. Stewie thought it would be hilarious if he used the dupe method to fund a trip to Blizzcon. It was almost as if they had trained themselves to believe that. Blizzard did not patch the dupe method yet.
I wonder if a rollback is even necessary. All of these fishy mount prices are happening at the same time gold prices are rising. Try critical thinking or analyzing for yourself It's not. The Gold Queen blog teaches you how to make gold playing World of Warcraft using ethical trading, auction house , crafting, reselling snatch lists, and gold making. If they roll back I'm gone, there are other things to do with my time. It sure is a good thing that those dupers are super tight lipped, more so than any other group of people in human history or else Blizzard would have a real problem on their hands! By the time you've killed enough monsters to have nice armor, you advance a level and your armor's useless again. Those logic problems are usually not an issue for a top notch dev house like Blizzard, but the reality of thousands of people clicking buttons at the same time throws a wrench in things.
Zwei knew that thinking of new dupe bug ideas was tough. Herzog Zwei was one of the best and most respected online game exploiters. Maybe if Wow's economy gets totally fucked, I'll give it a try. Try critical thinking or analyzing for yourself You might be right however there are some stupid people out there that no matter what you show them, they will find a reason to doubt stuff, like you did with the cursor, might be spliced video or whatever that means, however you can clearly see the realms and that's what's pretty mindblowing. So even though blizzard still hasn't stopped it you have a 3 out of 4 chance of losing all the items you are attempting to dupe. Duping is the duplication of an item.
They laughed at him stating that there will never be a working dupe method in World of Warcraft. The player banned will immediately be replaced by another unknowing player who will walk right into the same trap. If not, and it kicks you out after 1 minute due to load , you still have your gold. A roll back is absolutely terrible. You can still use it and send it to other characters on your account as always. Price dropped fast in their tradewar, making my 30K investment completely useless in a matter of minutes. Do you stop having fun once you reach a given age? You will have a lot of competition and wear yourself out with frustration undercutting each other.
I'll go out on a limb and say Blizzard is doing something similar. To fully go over the mechanics of the game system and to explain everything we have uncovered is just too much work and that would require days of documenting. I learned them though, hopefully I can keep them? These ideas are obviously tough to think up, but there is a way you can help get your brain going in the right direction. On the War server anyways there was enough duping by a certain clan Fallen Angels! He figured they might even be impressed and wonder if he was interested in joining their anti-hack team. Generally all you have to do is just buy 1 unique at a time to sell. Items falling in price, and abnormally high supply? Ultima Online had this problem.
But, as others have mentioned, there will be no rollback. The video of World of Warcraft showing the exact details of duping, is also said to be doctored. Anyone in their right mind wouldn't be selling the exploit anyway, they'd be selling the gold, or accounts. It could be the same guy posting the same one multiple times. When it comes to the danger of detection, bots are a lot saver a well, since they do not inject any code into the game and are not all that obvious. That doesn't mean that the problem does or doesn't exist, though. This duplication trick requires some basic knowledge of Cheat Engine.
Towards the end of MoP my friend bought the Onyx panther off someone for cheap and gave it to me to flip if I wanted to. They move the gold fast enough it doesn't get removed when the account does. The problem is likely a scalability issue. This is a guess and check kind of game. On the position where your 249 wrapping paper was now you have only 10 wrapping papers and on the position where your wrapped item was you have now 240 wrapped items.
For those that didn't break the rules in any way like me , it definitely sucks. However many people such as myself are able to spend a few hours a week playing without getting the shakes. Most are patched fixed by Blizzard very quickly and cease to work. Meaning no matter how it is accomplished, it is creating an item with the same hashid. Q What server does this work on? The first thing you need is to download Cheat Engine. This doesn't confirm the existence of the bug either way.
My items: Now we will need to place these items on the auction house, as shown in the pictures below. Last year it was rare pets like the Spectral Tiger Cub, Ethereal Soul Trader, etc. Of course these methods gets fixed within 10 hours the last I experienced was fixed in 4 hours. Stewie left the bot on for 18 hours the final day of testing. So Stewie had to think of another way to enjoy this digital prize. This is the one that will be duplicating the quest item. Would Blizzard be interested in hiring me onto their anti-hack team if my info proves to be useful? Good job blurring the name on the screenshot, but it won't take long for Blizzard to see who has that many epic items for sale on the auction house and put 2 and 2 together.