China simply needs it's own hall of fame etc, problem solved.
Not sure how I feel about hounding people up with a quiz about the boss, but interesting to see China doing something about RMT instead of it being left to devolve into a !@#$fest.30 days seems pretty tame if this is suspected RMT, isn't that usually just an account ban if it's found? If they're actually selling HOF I doubt 30 days is going to make anyone blink an eye, but on the other hand if they're deciding who RMT'd it based on if they remember what % the boss phases I'm not sure I'd want to see any bans - it was a running joke in BFA that I couldn't remember whether it was 60 or 70% that Rasta phased.
Separate chinese Hall of Fame, problem solved.Also for people "why it is split between factions" - because it is (failed) Blizz attempt to give more initiative to Alliance raiding. Allowing Horde to claim it all is going strictly against original purpose.Ofc that whole problem could be solved by letting people do pve with their friends together, like all other MMOs do, regardless of factions. But hey, gotta milk these sweet transfer money, so nop.
Can't they just find the answers on the internet ?
30days haha what a jokeThey can just buy another ID and do same #$%^ over and over again
I mean, selling items for reall life money, okay that's a problem, but "hiring" players, personally I'd let it slide, as long as it doesn't become a habit, which is probably why they tightened the screws immediately
Cant they just put fake number
Just remove the Asian servers from the list and have their own list
Ooof! Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.
What a completely asinine way to judge guilt. Why not just roll a dice, or maybe pick straws.There should be NO connection between North American and EU players and the game and those in China.
Chinese police should knock on their doors and arrest them all. Well played Blizz.
This is just absurd
absurd....If the Blizz called and started asking questions, I'd just hang the phone.
Blizz isn't calling people. They asked NetEase to look into it, that's what they decided to do. Things work much much differently in China- don't worry, Blizz isn't going to ever call you guys.NetEase is a middle-man for Blizz, Blizz can't operate on their own there, because of all the bizarre laws that involve media and games there. From my understanding, they oversee any import games coming into China.People always complain about what China gets and how the game operates there, but it should really be thought of almost as two different companies running the different versions of the game. Chinese WoW is an entirely different animal from regular WoW, and they really shouldn't be compared. All the changes and differences come down to how the country/government operates there and how they control everything.