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September 28, 2011, 02:05:18 AM
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This is something kind of experimental I'm trying

I'm thinking of starting out at 12 USD (BTC equivalent of course!) per level, less for the lower levels, maybe 1.5 dollars per level from 1-10, 3 from 10-20, 6 from 20-30, 12 from 30-85

Only willing to take on one person at a time, I have work and school, so I'm not going to completely level your character for you in two or three days or anything


Nevermind, don't have the time for this
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September 29, 2011, 02:46:30 AM
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I've lowered the prices a bit, thought it'd be a little more popular than it has been
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September 29, 2011, 08:07:25 PM
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So..

Your way:
Takes a few weeks
Costs 777$

A bot:
Takes a week
Costs 15$ a month
Can make money while you sleep for three weeks after it has leveled 85
Can skill up your professions
Can farm battlegrounds


I'll sell my account with 2 85s, 3 80's for less than what you want for leveling one character to 85..
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September 30, 2011, 02:22:24 AM
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I ran goldfarming bots to sell gold a few years ago.
So just want to add to what Convery said.

That although rare, if a bot has been used on your account you take the risk of getting a flagged account for a future ban wave. May it be by a sudden patch and the bot stealth won't react in time, or more realistically, reports from players of bot behaviour and a manual investigation and ban by a local GM.

So I wouldn't suggest botting a character you plan to care about.
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September 30, 2011, 03:57:35 AM
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Yea, I've never met someone who botted and wasn't banned

Even if they're not caught immediately they're caught later on....

I mean, I could always lower the prices, then bot for you, not my character, don't givafuck if it gets banned, but I'm not like that, and I'm not gonna work for a dollar an hour, I'm not living in a 3rd world country
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September 30, 2011, 10:16:33 AM
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I agree, power leveling is the way to go if you don't have much time to play. I used a bot for a few days with an old account a few years ago. A month or so after I gave up the botting my account was banned. It may not be immediate, but botting has a high chance of getting you banned.

On the other hand, WoW doesn't seem to be too popular around these forums. I had tried to sell my end-game account for about 2 months, bumping my thread and lowering the price everytime it reached the second page. I ended up dropping the account to only $15 (the account was worth way more if sold to a mmo account buying/selling website). I still didn't get any replies for it.

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September 30, 2011, 04:31:50 PM
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I agree, power leveling is the way to go if you don't have much time to play. I used a bot for a few days with an old account a few years ago. A month or so after I gave up the botting my account was banned. It may not be immediate, but botting has a high chance of getting you banned.

On the other hand, WoW doesn't seem to be too popular around these forums. I had tried to sell my end-game account for about 2 months, bumping my thread and lowering the price everytime it reached the second page. I ended up dropping the account to only $15 (the account was worth way more if sold to a mmo account buying/selling website). I still didn't get any replies for it.

Eww... yea, I wasn't sure how popular it'd be

I figured that it'd be great for those kind of "against the ToS" things to pay with BTC

Turns out, I don't have the time for it anyway heh, I forgot I signed up for 3 classes through Stanford
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