Friendly Reminder to report as many bots as you can in Blade & Soul

Please try to report as many bots as you can and please do not buy BNS Gold from these websites!

Look at it this way. These bots, which are by the hundreds, if not thousands, are taking up places in game from other players. They are contributing directly to the queue problem.

The way I see it, the more reports NCSoft gets on a player the faster they are to ban them.

“But they’ll just make another account.”

True, but look at it this way:

These websites aren’t players. They’re not here to play the game. They are here to do business. And in busyness time=money. If they lose more time than they make money eventually they will either give up or reduce their efforts.

Unfortunately this is a marathon, not a sprint. But with a little bit of effort from all of us we will be able to kill two birds with one stone. We will get rid of the spam and we will reduce queue times

I’ve been reporting them whenever I see them, although admittedly a lot of the time I don’t come by them because I don’t check zone and faction chats that often. What kind of holds me back Blade And Soul Power leveling, however, is that I’m worried that if I “report & block” them all, I’ll end up with a full block list that have I have to take the time to clear. It’s not the end of the world, but it’s a bit of a hassle. I certainly wouldn’t mind having an infinite block list. Or at least handy tools to be able to clear large numbers of people from my block list.

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