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13/02/2012 11:48Posted by UnderpantzNot to be douchey, but I would also ask that you too return to my post and give feedback on the OP's concepts to help them develop and be acknowledged. As your current comment just serves as an advertisement for you own thread and does not really further the cause :)
We once failed a raider on trial & he actually name changed and re-applied as PVP with a complete new identity, he failed his trial on the PVP side too funnily enough. After that he pretended to be an alt of a current member to get back in guild on a low level character, before being discovered a 3rd time. The 4th time he name changed a max level alt to re-apply & I'm ashamed to say got in again before being discovered....
18/02/2012 01:02Posted by IluvcrittersAlso you could regard this player's behaviour as harassment. I suggest you report the whole incident to a GM so at least it is marked on his account he's doing it. Even if you do not see any results after report, remember that the reporting is accumulative, it will add up until he would land himself a ban from this game for the behaviour.
18/02/2012 01:02Posted by IluvcrittersAlso you could regard this player's behaviour as harassment. I suggest you report the whole incident to a GM so at least it is marked on his account he's doing it.
We reported the guy at the time, but to be honest I felt when trying to articulate the problem it came across as quite petty it put me off reporting people since then. Wasn't the GMs fault or anything I just find it impossible to complain without sounding like a whiny child xD
Ok, can i have a go at the devils advocate thing here?
I saw a post from a blue-dude somewhere else saying they had no reason to ban accounts instead of just players (cant remember the exact context), but what i was wondering was, can you see any downside to the banning of people via the ID feature?
I'm sure Underpantz could apreciate if we could come up with any problems, and then solve them, then there is a stronger case for implementing this feature.
29/02/2012 16:09Posted by UnderpantzThis would only happen if the first person you banned tried to re-join the guild and you were informed that they could not do so. After a few account bans you would know that it is someone who has been banned previously but you wouldn't know exactly who it was. In my opinion I can't see this as a problem. If everyone was aware of the new Guild Battle.net account ban feature then surely if they were deliberately trying to deceive you to gain access to your guild and in doing so gave away their privacy (because they were the first person ever to be banned) I see that as being their own fault. If they don't try to re-join your guild then their identity would never be known.
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