Good. I don't approve of selling "runs" and lets be real all those people would also take real world money they just don't talk bout it in game. If somebody can't run something because they aren't skilled enough and you want to run them through? fine but don't charge them for not being skilled as you.
Good, make the buyers LOOK for the sellers. I hope the next wave actually kills this stupid sales market all together. Glad the lost lost 100m should have been more. This isn't a far left field rule, it is simple Logic. Logically you purchase a game account to PLAY the game not bark macros in trade chat. So by that line of thinking alone i know having a account solely for non-play of the game isn't 100% right. So as far as an innocent bystander who hates all sellers gold and rmt this is the best change ever.
wow...Why would they ban him/her without issuing a warning?They followed the rules, blizzard!Man these kind of things makes me mad......... We need more players to play the game not make them stop playing....Some players knows how to deal with the AH, and others have the money to spend on buying gold from the SHOP, but they don't have the time or skills to keep up with the game!And yes these boosters help those that have no skill/time to enjoy the game.If you don't like it, don't buy boosts! SIMPLE!Normal is different for everyone, don't force whatever fits you on others!
Good. I’m so tired of the advertising. Kick rocks
I have mixed feelings because the way Blizzard handled this policy change is kinda janky. But if they one day decided that every account who has ever sold a boost, or bought a boost, or even thought about buying a boost got banned for 1000 years, I think the whole game would be better for it. So I guess I can't be too upset about this.
Good. He deserves the ban and so does everyone else who spams trade chat to sell carries. I have no sympathy for him at all.
All that came in my mind after reading that crap is...Whomp whomp.
Really, they go after the ones offering services in trade chat, yet the ones selling 'items' for RMT still there spamming away?Will people that sell their *insert profession here* services for tips be banned next when they are trying to level?What about all the guild recruitment spam, that happens way more often in trade chat then M+ or raid carries?Guess this is a good decision like the multiboxers ban, yet the ones that are afk running scripts that have characters running around for 72 hourrs are fine.GJ Blizz, really making headway into 2021Edit: Thought would check right now how many RTM adverts just in the 'raids' tab of premade groups. 11 .... But the boosters are the problem?
Yes, finally these gold hoarders get some medicine.Playing auction does not equal playing WoWFor everyone wanting to play auction game, there is spreadsheets in space, selling/buying stuff there is an actual part of gaming process.
Just ban all boosting for gold its cancer to the game. Report every advert you see in lfg.
Blizzard loves making stupid moves.
"Accounts Created for Advertising Subject to Bans" How do they know if an account was created only for advertising? Is there an official response to that question?
good, now just ban boosting as whole from the game and we gucci.