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Poll: Mods with cheat codes (17 members have cast votes)

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Do you think 3rd Party Mods contain cheat codes?

  1. Aimbot (15 votes [88.24%])

    Percentage of vote: 88.24%

  2. Raised Sights (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  3. Damage Sights (2 votes [11.76%])

    Percentage of vote: 11.76%

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_Tsavo #21 Posted Mar 20 2017 - 05:34


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Most likely you're not being very aware of your surroundings and taking hits and not reacting to them or exposing yourself in a poor manner.


Positioning and awareness will negate most shots coming in towards your position.  It's not mods causing you be hit.



Your poll is heavily biased and you're not helping your case accusing a 2012 account of rerolling.  

deadslw #22 Posted Mar 20 2017 - 05:50


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The nights are often i find or think these mods are in use i do log out and choose another game. I don't know the fact of the cheats mods. You can see  some ,and they do stand out.  Due to this issue i have stop spending money on the game wot.


Edited by deadslw, Mar 20 2017 - 05:51.

Reps_AKA_Saonima #23 Posted Mar 20 2017 - 06:12


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Big_Tidday_Goth_GF #24 Posted Mar 20 2017 - 06:24


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XVM unfairly but randomly benefits the team that has fewer defeatist swine on it.  It is not as if these can be expected to do much, but they are far more useful stopping a shell or two than they are polluting the lakes.

PounderOne #25 Posted Mar 22 2017 - 03:46


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This video is posted by a well known EU WOT player.   He seems genuinely surprised to see this, and is very concerned about what it can do to the game.  Take time to check it out.  These things are out there. 

Edited by PounderOne, Mar 23 2017 - 01:21.

millhill2011 #26 Posted Mar 22 2017 - 10:28


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Mm is the real cheater, let's all get along!

Duqe #27 Posted Mar 22 2017 - 10:32


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I know, right? Last week I accidentally did the Konami code and I spawned 20,000 gold in my account. I've been doing it since but then realized I have nothing worthwhile to spend it on.

Roggg2 #28 Posted Mar 22 2017 - 13:45


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The answers to your poll are not answers to the question the poll asks.  If someone asked me if I thought mods contained cheat codes, my answer would be "yes" or "no" or something in between.  My answer would not be "aimbot!".  


I used to play with a guy who whined about cheats pretty much every time he got hit in modules twice in a game.  Module damage is not rare.  Dont be that guy.

NeatoMan #29 Posted Mar 22 2017 - 14:04


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Were you driving a Panther?  That thing is a walking module just waiting to get hit.


btw, no mods are not needed to do that.  I've done that to players before.  It's a combination of knowing where to aim and luck.  Sometimes they all come together nicely for you (or badly if you are on the receiving end)

Random__Task #30 Posted Mar 22 2017 - 16:42


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46% win rate...

AndrewSledge #31 Posted Mar 22 2017 - 17:01


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Well, for what it's worth, I run my M41 Bulldog with the Deadeye perk. With a 10-round autoloader firing at a stationary target, I have damaged a red tank's ammo rack twice in a row (he said he repaired, then I hit it again). Module damage can really increase with that perk, and some tanks are more susceptible to it anyway.

ThePigSheFlies #32 Posted Mar 22 2017 - 17:16


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View PostDelta_Warrior, on Mar 19 2017 - 23:21, said:

You are so wrong Strike - I have not played 395 battles in 24 hours, I am a straight up players and don't run mods like you - if you think I'm running a bot or something - report me to support as I will for you making a fake statement. Go find something else to do.


similarly if you feel someone was using illegal mods, report them...


good to decent players get people like you leveling hackusations at them every damned day of the week, often times multiple times per day.  including people running completely vanilla/mod-free.


my own mods are so minimal I'm not even using a custom gun sight anymore.  I run session stats, and xvm so I know to target people like you instead of purples when I play arty (I only play arty when I'm triggered by people like you polluting the top tier queues) - I also have a map ping blocker - morons get 3 pings in less than 5 seconds I think then they're auto muted...


further, my replays are automatically uploaded to vbaddict, feel free to grab one or more and use them in your hackusation report (or *gasp* learn how to play)


View PostAndrewSledge, on Mar 22 2017 - 11:01, said:

Well, for what it's worth, I run my M41 Bulldog with the Deadeye perk. With a 10-round autoloader firing at a stationary target, I have damaged a red tank's ammo rack twice in a row (he said he repaired, then I hit it again). Module damage can really increase with that perk, and some tanks are more susceptible to it anyway.


this.  especially if one is using vanilla auto-aim hitting tanks in the side (center mass aim point tends to be common location of critical modules)


Markd73 #33 Posted Mar 22 2017 - 17:46


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Biased poll is biased. You do not have an option for disagreeing with your hypothesis.

UpNorthLike #34 Posted Mar 25 2017 - 06:21


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I believe that non in game developed mods are out right cheating. In fact, Wargaming.net should give an apology reward like in game credit, Experience points, or in-game coins as an apology to those who suffered at the hands of those mod user cheats. Then ban said cheaters with account deletions, and, by blocking their IP addresses from logging in.

GuanacoMaTe #35 Posted Mar 25 2017 - 17:33


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 how WOT will control the cheating mod .. when they are the cheaters?

Kliphie #36 Posted Mar 25 2017 - 17:50


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Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A, Start


75% reduced RNG.  


Don't tell anyone else.  

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