WoW: Blizzard bans numerous players because of the Stygia exploit

WoW: Blizzard bans numerous players because of the Stygia exploit
Recently, several players had found a method to secure large amounts of the Stygia resource in WoW and thus upgrade their conduits very quickly. A little later it turned out that this was not a particularly sophisticated strategy, but rather sneaked and poignant about an exploit. However, that has not stopped many players from wanting to continue benefiting from it. Now they have to face the consequences.

As reported by Wowhead.com magazine, among others, Blizzard Entertainment has meanwhile begun to block the accounts of all those players who have used this exploit. These are temporary bans, the length of which depends on the hardship of exploit use and the number of conduit upgrades carried out in this way. In the worst case scenario, the affected players will no longer be able to use their account for seven days. Here is an overview of the penalties:

1-day ban, -1 for all counduit levels and earned stygia removed 3-day ban, -2 for all counduit levels and earned stygia removed 7-day Ban, -3 at all Counduit levels and earned Stygia removed Worth reading: This is how much the first "World First Kill" cost in WoW: Shadowlands

Incidentally, this regulation affects all Conduit levels and thus also those who go through PvP or raid activities have been achieved. For example, the devaluation of one level can reduce a 226 conduit to a 213 conduit, which is certainly a noticeable setback for the players concerned. But it is precisely this deterrent effect that Blizzard Entertainment has in mind with this penalty. Do you find it exaggerated or just right? Let us know in the comments!

Source: Wowhead.com

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