Is no secret that Blizzard has been preparing the ground for the new expansion of World of Warcraft. With Naxxramas dropping in World of Warcraft: Classic and the new expansion World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, there are many things to do.
With this in mind, they have altered a few rules and worked to fix some issues in the titles. For example, they announced that they were updating their terms of service to ban the use of input software.
Maybe because of this, Blizzard diced to do a ban wave across WoW: Classic. This abrupt move has left much of the fan base confused at the moment. We do not know how many players were banned. The only thing that we know is that many banned players have stated their situation on social media and forums.
The oddest part is that the precise reason for this ban wave is unknown because Blizzard has not yet explained the cause behind the wave. Many believe that this was due to players being summoned on top of the Gates of Ahn’Qiraj, a well-known terrain exploit for griefing purposes, as well as to gather for a raid. A statement from a Blizzard employee is causing much of the speculation, which reads as follows:
“While I am not able to provide much in the way of details when large groups of guild members are all penalized around the same time it is because they have been found to have exploited the game terrain, such as going through walls, going underground, or otherwise circumventing the normal mechanics of the game.”
This is the first time something of this magnitude has been done. Players are being encouraged to submit an appeal to their suspensions if they feel like they were caught by this ban wave without any reason.
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(Contributed by GB; Edited by Hermes_Fang)