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Seren 05-28-2002 04:02 AM

Cheating in Multi-Player????
 
:eek: Say it ain't so! :mad:

I have encountered several different players on some servers lately, that just plain outclass everyone else. There will be 12 people on the server, and the majority of them have like 6,5,4 kills, and then this one guy will have 20, and end the map.

I stopped, and watched for a while, and he NEVER died. The one I am talking about is Soul Warrior. I asked him about it, and he wouldn't answer me.

I dueled him several times, and he would pull me over to him fully healthy, with over 50 shield, and with one slice of the sabre kill me. BS if you ask me. It wasn't set on the slow, heavy setting either.

So, I started following him around some, and I noticed he grabbed the bolt rifle, and used the alternate fire. You should have seen the speed at which it fired. You could definitely tell he had hacked it somehow to increase his hit frequency or something.

Anybody else see this before, know what I am talking about? All it is doing is ruining the public servers, to have these guys running around like that.

Swingman 05-28-2002 04:08 AM

I hate when people resort to hacks in order to win. How much fun is it to know you can cheat better then other people? (talking about the guy you said was invinsible)

I think there's a server option to not allow cheats. Just find servers that keep hackers out.

Cthulhu47 05-29-2002 01:45 PM

I am one of those people that are usually a good few kills above the rest (not all the time) we are just better

MotionMan 05-29-2002 02:17 PM

I hate people who run around with absorb all day and all they do is force pull then backslash.:rolleyes:

Intangible 05-29-2002 02:26 PM

that's why i play on saber only, no force servers ;)


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