As long as it's ingame currency for ingame services, and you keep your end of the deal, you're fine.
Besides, the fact that blizz did not take any action towards the boosting teams ( which advertised it for in-game currency, not real money ) proves my point furthermore.
Consider boosting like the football coach training hes kids, or the math teacher giving lessons for her kids / relatives / friends for free ( or money ) while the others have to either pay / don't get service / pay more. It's a way to capitalize your abilities.
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Actually you are wrong. So is everyone else saying that PvP boosting is illegal. If you boost 1 bad PvP player for in game gold to 2.4k rating with your 9 man awesome PvP RBG group then its totally fine.Boosting against an AI is just fine. Boosting through game aspects that are competitions between players, which results in the oponements' game experience being ruined is not.
The thing that is illegal in PvP boosting (and the reason why everyone thinks PvP boosting in itself is illegal) is an exploit with simultaneously grouping with 2 bg groups where due to an exploit 1 of the groups can avoid losing mmr for the loss and the other one gets a win and the respective mmr for it. I won't explain how it works exactly though because it's an exploit.
Normal boosting of 1 noob by 9 good PvP ers for ingame currency is totally ok.
if you do a search on the official wow forums there a lots of threads of groups selling 9/9 CM's for gold so yeah its fine to sell for gold as long as they play their toon and its not for real money.
I don't see how it'd be a problem, gold for gold and such, keeping it all in-game isn't against the ToS.
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Player vs Player is all about competition, beating your enemy, and having any mechanism that allows you to bypass or enhance, without putting the effort in yourself is ruining the entire component of Player vs Player content. As part of this, gear and special (and powerful) items are rewarded, so achieving a reward for something you did is not good game design.
Player vs Environment Challenge Modes are about bragging rights, the capability to prove that despite gear you're capable of pushing your character and team to its limit. There is nothing to reward you from an improvement point of view in Challenge Modes, as the only rewards are Mounts, Titles & Transmorgification gear.
On-Topic: No. You're perfectly allowed to do this, you're free to confirm with a Game Master, but my guild has been doing a few runs and let some people join in for some in-game money, and it is fine.
Nah man, it's not bannable. People who claim otherwise are just upset that they can't afford it.
A guild on my server sells Heroic kills/loot all the time. They do it every xpac and every raid tier. They make you pay for a spot, then you have to pay to roll on gear, and don't get a refund if you lose the roll. Yet people still do it.
180k, what server is that on lol
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The "illegal" part of the PVP boosting is where you pay real money for the boost, whereas the OP is asking for ingame money for the boost. If the PVP boosters only did it for ingame currency there would be no ToS issue whatsoever.
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Originally Posted by Urban Dictionary
I don't know why people are saying boosting people in PvP is bannable, so long is it's just a matter of carrying a worse player and having to compensate for them while at it..
Win-trading and Account-sharing are against the rules, but not simply carrying someone for in game gold.
I would imagine that you've got a bunch of crybaby jellyfish on your server who want to try and preserve the "special snowflake"-ness of CM gear, or are too poor to buy it and are likely trying to blackmail you into a guilt trip.
IMO, WORST CASE Scenario, you'd get a 24 hour suspension.
Having a bad player on your RBG team and giving them good rating for paying you is not illegal. Using an exploit to play a team of people you know that lose the match on purpose while avoiding losing MMR? That's illegal. Boosting in itself is not illegal. When you cheat the system to boost, that is.
Just Boost some more newbs, give them awesome achievments with nothing to back it up :P
Seems like your playing on Stormscale EU :O
You cannot get banned for that service...
You can get banned for the chat spam though, if you overdo your ads.
Blizzard has no big problem with the service, they are however not very fond of it.
There's a reason why they put a roadblock into the system, preventing tanks and healers to sell queues for others, just to get them into a 5 man faster.
That was possible on end, by getting the people in and then just leave again... We know, that's not the case anymore. Those players will be removed as well, if the queue seller leaves early.
They are also not fond of trade spam, hence the timer and posting limitation.
1 + 1 = 2....... Means, I can see how reporting such spam could lead to a temp ban rather faster than other spam reports.
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He is not exclusive with that. CM runs are offered on multiple realms, on the NA realms as well.
Yeah, it's not illegal, should be fine.