*Please read further comments in this thread before coming with the "OP got owned in BGs and reported cheater because he's butthurt"*
So I entered this random battleground yesterday on my Holy Paladin, for shits and giggles, and I ended up being the only healer in a WSG.
We meet this team who roflstomped us and ended up GY camping us. I managed to get past it a few times and be greeted by a warrior in, what I think judging by the amount of damage he did was geared in part Prideful gear.
I can usually outheal warriors okay, as most of them cannot play perfect, using my HoJ and other stuff when I get in trouble, but this one was different. He seemed to manage to reflect 80% of my HoJ's.
I'm reading these forums a lot, and I've read about cheating stuff that lets you instantly auto reflect or interrupt spells. I think the times he didn't manage to reflect it was when his SR was on cooldown.
I ended up reporting him for cheating. Was this a wrong call? Could he predict when I cast HoJ, maybe by my movement pattern or something, for instance I subconsciously always start running away, cast HoJ, Freedom and sprint? Seems far fetched, I know lol. Is there a way to be sure he was cheating? It just felt wrong.
What happens when I report someone for cheating?
Just to clarify a couple of things;
- He seemed to play poorly otherwise, usually I can be killed by a skilled warrior, but this one did poor damage.
- He didn't kill me, he ran away when I got him to 30-ish% (this took a while, Denounce, HShock and Prism)
- I am not one to report when I get outplayed, this one didn't seem to play particular well, so his reflect skills seemed exceptional for someone with otherwise average skills. I don't hit the "cheater" button often. In fact, this is the first time in my WoW career I have reported someone for cheating. Did I make the right choice? I don't know, that's what I'm trying to find out.
- If your reply is something along the lines of "OP is butthurt because he got outplayed and therefore reported as cheater" you may have to re-read this thread and some of the comments made.