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Profile Kalessin
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Message 7536 - Posted: 15 Apr 2008 | 12:41:54 UTC
Last modified: 15 Apr 2008 | 12:42:26 UTC

What a shame.

Having all the computers so well hidden that noone could possibly recognize the use of crunch3rs overclaiming client.
And then the change between "at least 6.1" and "exactly 6.1.14" revealing all those who were using the megalomaniac client.

I thought cheating between pirates would be considered as unthinkable.

I ask all of those who did to rethink this strategy; especially the one team in which nearly everybody uses this ugly thing.

And I don't want to break loose a long and disgusting discussion about cheating here. Just please stop it!
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Message 7537 - Posted: 15 Apr 2008 | 15:32:54 UTC

I can only agree!
Power to the end of a cheating!

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