Discussion in 'Gaming' started by tweakmonkey, Jul 6, 2007.
WoW: 2 People, 47 PCs, 46 WoW Accounts, No Life - Kotaku
I smell a gold-farmer...
fuckin losers make me sick to my stomach
I don't know how you could even control that many players at once unless they were all bots basically.
I met a guy a couple months ago that controlled 6 mages at one time and had them teamed together. that would make the game so easy lol as he was basically the equivalent of a level 240 (at the time each mage was level 40).
NO LIFE! HA!! Lol! that's freakin sweet! lol, talk about the money they'd make...100k WOW gold is like $20.... that's a lot, and with 46 accounts?! say I dont know, 10kg per 30 minutes? thats alot, dont feal like doing math.
That's just sick. With that many computers, they could probably create a nice server farm and find the cure for cancer or something.
Instead, they probably just add to the obesity statistics.
1000g in WoW is normally $79.99, give or take a few bucks depending on the server and the website offering it.
If you know the spots to farm and have the right professions you can do 1000g every few hours. With 46 accounts though, probably 15 minutes.
Don't they just throw their alts on /follow and run the same instances over and over?
That would be the "acceptable" goal of such a setup.
But I still suspect goldfarming with bots to pay for all this setup.
And yep, they are probably ugly and obese.
Wouldn't everyone on /follow not really accomplish anything? What's the point of 4 mages for example if only one is attacking?
You basically bot them to mimic the moves of the primary character. You can also bot a mage to uncurse, etc.
"That's the nerd equivalent of being a cat lady."