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#1 Oct 21 2010 at 11:27 PM Rating: Decent
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I just went into the Weavers Guild in Ul'dah and found loads of RMT in there (all with names like Fkj Sdhg) There were probably 5 or 6 in there. It doesn't make me feel good.
I reported one guy to the special task force the other day as he had been farming beetles in 1 cave continuously for at least a week. He was still there 2 days later so I am not bothering to do that again.
Not sure what to do, if anything.
#2 Oct 22 2010 at 8:19 PM Rating: Decent
I've been seeing dozens of bots at Camp Skull Valley too... Identical Hyur Marauders or Lallafel with names that look like they picked them randomly from a phone book. There should really be a way to report these people in-game.
#3 Nov 09 2010 at 5:40 PM Rating: Decent
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I know a lot of people would disagree with me but personally, I don't really see too much harm in these RMTs in FFXIV.

Let me explain why...
1) They can't camp NM because there aren't any and I suspect SE will vary the location/access to them enough once they are released to make this impractical for RMTs.

2) When they are camping mobs, it's easy to steal the kills from the bots I've seen and the world is plenty large to find other camps.

3) Most RMT are making gil by selling shards, crystals, and other mats. All things I would like to see more available when I'm shopping in the wards.

4) Gil is easy to come by and next to worthless when compared to Guild Marks, shards/crystals (for crafters), and Anima.

Trying to make money selling Gil in FFXIV is going to be a big fail for them. I think SE has balanced the game well with other forms of currency that can't be traded or exchanged easily like Guild Marks and Anima. So I say let the RMT come and waste their time trying to make money - I don't think it will effect me in the slightest.

What are your thoughts?
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