- May 10, 2020
- NC, USA
- Skillin Villains
- Avatar Name
- Miss Gloria Hugo
This is actually so true, that's the greed and the jealousy, if some are rewarded, everyone should be or none, but the best reward for everyone would be the case to be fixed/solved. In early access, alpha/beta versions, rewards are welcome as it both benefits the game & the community and helps the game to grow, at some points bugs/cheats/exploits/abuses should be reported for nothing more than a thanks and a fix.The problem with this bug/exploits reports is that everyone wants or expects something in return for doing that, not just to be solved.
It's probably greed, that might be common since it's the thing that this game attracts...The problem with this bug/exploits reports is that everyone wants or expects something in return for doing that, not just to be solved.
Yeah, judging by Cirrus' response to Sub Zero, invalidating his argument because he got 2 ubers in a dayThis is actually so true, that's the greed and the jealousy, if some are rewarded, everyone should be or none...
There is only one question, who is the rat? The one who cheats all others who uses this service or the one who exposes the abusers?ill tell you why he didnt.. because regardless of what we think NOONE likes a rat! plain n simple!
That's right.don't take it too seriously ... because tbh, i think it doesn't deserve it
Much as I hate to say it. This is the right attitude. Seriously all, life is too short to worry about these people.@Cirrus
Support asked how long you known, they asked me same when i reported stuff. Don't take to heart, text lacks context .
Ignore the hate, leave thread be and move on, you did right thing.
Replying to random crap not worth your time or headspace.
Finally have a great evening.
Corporations are deeply narcissistic. It's behavior that's mandated from them, and enforced indirectly in numerous ways, by such organizations as USA's SEC in order to propagate viability. When a corporate policy generates narcissistic behavior, invective voiced against or to that corporation can achieve ultimately nothing. It's up to actual people to manage such situations towards their best possible outcomes - in this case, the correction of the exploit at minimal expense in the form of damage to other attributes of the game, so we players can enjoy it and continue to anjoy it. We can give MA plenty of pointers as to what sorts of changes would inspire us to deposit more, more often, and we can alert MA when something goes sideways or wrong, and that's about it. The rest is between each and all of us.How would you feel ?
This si the title.
If you'd feel good whith it, nice.
Now it's about what I felt.
You know, when you reach out to someone to help them and what you get is a kick in the ass.
And that's to be taken in context of course...
Cheaters who are not punished.
MA who arranges with his own rules when it suits them.
The ToU says that exploits must be immediately reported ?
It also says that cheaters will be punished.
What about the guys who not only didn't report Yog horror cheat, but also used it for years ?..
I would say, start by following your own rules very strictly, if you want others to do the same...
I'm just getting really tired of the way MA "works", and what they do to this game.
And this was like the straw that breaks the camel's back.
So maybe I "over-feel" it, but that's what I felt, nothing more.
This is the best response really. Thanks.
Your comment is... embarrassing.Oh wow...and I thought I seen all kinds of stupid.
You find a bug/exploit, you go report it ASAP, unless you are looking to benefit from it or want others to benefit from it. How about you do not get any loot, which is also a bug/exploit, and you just sit on it and play the game without looting a single thing in a month? Logical?
MA does not make you look for bugs, does not make you do their job! You are playing a game, bugs/exploits/broken stuff is common, Entropia can't be your first MMO and/or game you ever played?!
Reporting this stuff ASAP is common sense!
I would take option C and not tell MA that I knew of this bug since one week and everything is moot.Hypothetical scenario:
Player finds out about exploit, but it is 10:45PM, and bed time is 11PM.
No problem, I'll report it tomorrow.
Tomorrow comes, player forgets about reporting exploit for a week or so, or just doesn't have time to log in.
A week or two goes by.
Oh, I was going to report this exploit last week. Now I have two options:
A. Submit exploit to Mindark, and they rudely accost me as to why I didn't report it sooner, or possibly take actions against my account.
B. Do nothing, save myself some time, and go about business as usual.
Which option do you think most people are going to go with?
If they asked me why it took so long to report, my response would be: Why do you take 6 months or more to respond to support cases? Your response will get a similar response from me.
I think this is a polite way to ask a question(May we ask) and if MA Support would think you used that exploit it would certainly ask it not in a polite way(Why did you not report it immediately, did you use it yourselve or what reason did you have to wait one month while loggin in every day?). I think that would have been a bad way to ask the question and suggestin that you abused it not when they only ask about why you waited. But that is only my opinion and the opinion from many other persons answering in this thread.May we ask why you waited since [2020-xx-xx 00:27:09] when you had this conversation with this player, to report this to us?
Thank you for your cooperation.
Honestly when I had such mobs, I reported it with Time and Position mentioned in Support case and normally found some peds the next day in my storage as compensation for the zero loot, most probaly the amount I spent to kill the mob.
It's a good example of the root of the problem, which is mainly what made me feel irritated by their response.
Maybe they should try understanding the Terms of Service they agreed to? Had they read it before agreeing, they would realize THEY AGREED to report these things immediately upon finding out. Then they got butt hurt because THEY got called on not doing what THEY agreed to.Maybe you should check the definition of the word "job".
So you really read every ToU of every elektrical product you buy? Have you read all of the small print of your iphone, samsung or whatever? Do you read every installation manual of everything you buy? Do you read every paper of medication in your hands before you buy it?...Maybe you should try understanding the Terms of Service you agreed to?
Sir, Yes Sir !!!Maybe they should try understanding the Terms of Service they agreed to? Had they read it before agreeing, they would realize THEY AGREED to report these things immediately upon finding out. Then they got butt hurt because THEY got called on not doing what THEY agreed to.
They are flat out WRONG. They agreed to do what they were asked about. Just because they are lazy or do not take the time to read things they agree to does not excuse them from THEIR responsibility.
Oh and maybe YOU should try reading the definition of job. I posted it below so you don't make yourself look dumb again:
" a task or piece of work, especially one that is paid. "
Reporting bugs is certainly a "task of piece of work...". You will notice it does not mean something you get paid to do in every case it just "especially" means one you get paid for.