Multi: Armageddon, Uniden (in Public Record)


SNK3R February 27 2008 7:09 PM EST

Uniden, previously banned/reset has returned with his "brother's" account Armageddon.

Banned Armageddon and Uniden.

Brakke Bres [Ow man] February 27 2008 7:13 PM EST

btw when you ban, do you ban the IP with it? or just the account/email addy?

SNK3R February 27 2008 7:27 PM EST

Depends on the scenario.

three4thsforsaken February 27 2008 7:43 PM EST

that's really a pity, why would you multi when you have such a great NUB forging bonus?

smallpau1 - Go Blues [Lower My Fees] February 27 2008 8:00 PM EST

ROFL, i forgot he was one of the outrageous NUB forgers... Go figure, huh?

AdminQBnovice [Cult of the Valaraukar] February 27 2008 8:20 PM EST

smokin...

smallpau1 - Go Blues [Lower My Fees] February 27 2008 8:30 PM EST

Brent, why are the transfer log IPs for Arma and yourself the same? lol.

Hyrule Castle February 27 2008 8:34 PM EST

burn the witches!

Organ Doughner [Fees Dirt Cheap] February 27 2008 8:57 PM EST

How come sometimes you ban both accounts and sometimes you ban one and reset one?

Admin{CB1}Slayer333 February 27 2008 9:00 PM EST

First time offense is generally reset of the original, ban of the multi. Repeat is a double ban.

TheHatchetman February 27 2008 9:49 PM EST

Guess he was telling the truth... He won't sell out... =/

Wizard'sFirstRule February 27 2008 11:46 PM EST

I am not seeing evidence of multi from the 2 threads. Although they may be slightly suspicious, but "brothers" generally are accepted as per Colonel and jamba (or are they banned already?)
Can we have some prove for the status of multi as oppose to be admin's word? This multi-hunt looks a lot like a witch-hunt.

Ulord[NK] February 27 2008 11:50 PM EST

Admins are always absolutely certain before they ban. Don't be the detective here. They have more tools and experience than you do and it's not always wise to reveal their tricks.

Daz February 27 2008 11:53 PM EST

AnkhWeasel (My brother) and I have both played for many years. We just made sure never to sell one another stuff.

Wizard'sFirstRule February 27 2008 11:59 PM EST

I can understand their need to be secretive about their tricks to detecting multi, and I have some faith that they are doing a good job. However, I do feel a little uncomfortable not knowing what prove the admins have to accuse. Its like a legal system while the cops can arrest without showing what prove they have and then execute without a trial. I feel that I am under the power of admins too much.

QBOddBird February 28 2008 12:03 AM EST

Simple: if you aren't doing anything wrong, you'll be fine, PK. If you are, you have plenty of reason to worry.


If, in order to prove that people were creating nuclear bombs inside of small containers with household items, the government gave blueprints...wouldn't you consider that STUPID?


If you show the multis how they are being caught, then they know how to avoid detection better. It's common sense.

Wizard'sFirstRule February 28 2008 12:06 AM EST

to prove people building nuclear bomb in small household items, I would be prepare to accept a photo of such items. No blueprints required.

QBOddBird February 28 2008 12:09 AM EST

the "photo" - or evidence - in this case is the statement that he has another account. The "proof" in the form of a blueprint is the hidden methods of detecting the multi, because if you give either away, you cause yourself unnecessary problems.

Besides, it's just an analogy. I really hope you got the bigger picture out of that.

They're not going to show you their admin controls or anything just because you have a problem with believing them, trust me.

Ulord[NK] February 28 2008 12:10 AM EST

If you play CB with someone in your household, make a PR post, keep transactions clean.

If you have any question about the legality of your activities, ask first before you do it.

It's not that hard to stay out of trouble if you don't intend to cheat. I played this game since 2002 and I haven't been banned yet. It's not rocket science.

DrAcO5676 [The Knighthood III] February 28 2008 12:53 AM EST

PK... the more you ask around about it and act suspicious, the more you sound more and more like a multi or someone planning a multi... The admins have been banning and catching multi's for years, ever since the beginning of cb2... I have never asked for proof on any account where they have banned or reset someone... the are almost always right... and they also talk amongst themselves before they pull the Banhammer!

And asking about Brent's tactics is not gonna get you anywhere... He has been on fire recently and been doing a wonderful job at it ^_^ I respect him for the time he spends on the hunting... If you are a multi He will always get YOU...

Wasp [Demon Forging] February 28 2008 1:16 AM EST

Haha Good riddance.

Wasp [Demon Forging] February 28 2008 3:06 AM EST

Just had a read of PK's posts. If you've nothing to hide, then you've nothing to worry about. If you can't be accused of being a multi, then you won't.

The admins follow close rules amongst themselves and normally take a long time deliberating on whether to push that ban button. They don't like doing it. They don't do it for fun.

Keep up the good work : )

Organ Doughner [Fees Dirt Cheap] February 28 2008 4:24 PM EST

Wait, so that's Arma's 2nd offense?

Admin{CB1}Slayer333 February 28 2008 4:27 PM EST

Arma was a multi of a player who had previously multi'ed.

KittehShinobu February 28 2008 4:31 PM EST

-_- people are idiots. Plain and simple. ^_^ They flag themselves wide open to cheating, so if your not cheating, you got nothing to worry about. I'll always love this game as far as rpg equality of standardizes hardcore battles goes, but I'll never be caught cheating cause what would be the point? ^_^ I just advance like everyone else... sweat, blood, and hard work day in and day out. =3 while ripping heads off on occassionally
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