Maybe, but it fits in the rule 1 hardware event 1 software event, per WoW client.Of course Blizzard is going to rule it A-okay... they are making tons of money from it... hurdur.
Anyone can multibox.It isn't fair to everyone who can't, and that's that.
???It's still the sign of a serious, possibly psychological, problem.
You need to stop using legal and fair in the same sentence. Legal, as in legal in ToS is a clear definition. Win trading is not according to the ToS. Merging accounts from different owners is not according to the ToS.edit: And yeah... this dude definitely did a host of other things that make his completion much less than legal/fair.
Fair is something different, and I frankly don't care what you or anyone else finds fair. World PvP, for example, is by my definition never fair which means all PvP realms are by definition using an open world platform which has unfair PvP combat. Your definitions and way you care about that may differ.
Fair is just a word used by the losers who cry that they lost in a metagame they were unable to win because they refused to adapt. It should certainly not be used in the same sentence as the world legal or ToS because that covers something completely different.