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  1. Aion

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    Phelon is US, you probably too.

    But Bossland is DE based, and the EU law is much different than US one, so Bossland company is fairly safe of reach of the tentacles of US court
    No matter what default judgement Blizzard request from their "independent" California court, its not valid in EU.
     
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    Did you remember how US Court get the Swiss banks account? :)
     
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    Well, actually, it is.
    But the procedure to enforce the judgment might take really long. Also, appeals can be issued; and with the hassle that International Enforcement agreements are, it will buy them a lot of time.

    Thing might be a little different if there are any sort of company established in US ground that operates with Bossland. That would be preemtively locked. Also, it is quite likely that they will be forbidden from any sale on US ground as a compulsion measure(just like the UK decision).

    Anyhow, locking US sales might close Bossland for good. :(
     
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    Bossland should go underground and switch to untraceable BitCoin payments.

    Blizzard would have no one to sue.
     
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    I wouldn't worry about no specific comments from Bossland. Why give out information that a Blizzard spy could use?

    As for the game, it keeps getting worse for casual players, and end game is not fun for hardcore players. Developers are on an arrogance trip and don't care to make the game enjoyable, so players are going to use whatever means they can find to get something out of a game they've made a significant investment in.
     
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    All of you should go buy a cheese burger
     
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    So are you telling me I should buy two years instead of just one year
     
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    im pretty sure it will affect them.... big companies are now putting heaps of money in suing cheating platforms. you guys should have checked out how League of Legends put that court case on owners and develoeprs of LeagueSharp / Joduska.me

    the dude lives in germany but Riot is US based. As soon as Riot found out owner's real names. they were fucked and force to shutdown. Its legit and true. Since they were doing "business" in US, even tho joduska.me setup some sort of other company to shell them for liability it didn't work. Have a look at this case and youll know that bossland is in some deep shit.
     
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    Can't we all just get along !
     
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    Oh wow.
    You didn't bot Diablo II, did you? Or even played for that matter.

    Everybody knows that there were banwaves, patches, and no real downtime other than scheduled maintenance during, and still, in Diablo II.
     
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    This thread has devolved into a flame fest with disinformation sprinkled on top.

    Closed.
     
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