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Greyfury  posted on Jan 28, 2012 12:44:46 AM - Report post

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They have to be seen to be giving a crap because they're actively involved in promoting the game as an E sport platform.

It looks really bad to people who want to sponsor tournies if your not actively banning people regardless of the official stated reasons (some crap about achs ... lol) this is why they're doing it.

 
Mirraluka  posted on Jan 28, 2012 2:32:41 AM - Report post

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There is only one road to take if you enjoy cheating (Like me i Love Cheating)Then stay away from Blizzard and don't purchase their games,they will soon realize a drop in their $$$$$$$$ that keeps them in business.

There's no way CHU's at fault because thay make Trainers, its a free world out there and Dictator company's like Blizzard nead to learn the customer always comes first,

To finish with i cannot understand who would want to lose $60 just to gain a small advantage b4 getting caught out and banned,probably they have money to burn.

I feel sorry for members who have been banned when they did not intend to have their Trainer running, look at me not everybody is Perfect.lol but True.

 
Jansomax  posted on Apr 26, 2012 2:11:38 PM - Report post

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The thing I want to use the Trainer for is to help get achievements for the last 1/3 of the game. Got a pretty descent amount for the first 2/3, wanted to use the Trainer cheats to finish what I WANT TO GET. They shouldn't ban people who are using a Trainer for the same purpose to get Achievements. I mean, the regular cheats should allow you to get achievements, I just don't know why they care so much. Do they want people to not buy there products if they can't play the way they want too, even if they use 3rd party cheats? If cheats can't be played in MP, who cares if you use them? If people want to use CHU's trainers, F'ing let them. Its your decision. Besides, some of those last missions are difficult to get achievements on, do to the gameplay, like the Protoss mission for "THE END OF THE UNIVERSE" against the zerg/protoss hybrids. Really wanted those achievements.
 
benduhova  posted on Apr 26, 2012 2:41:05 PM - Report post

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The thing I want to use the Trainer for is to help get achievements for the last 1/3 of the game. Got a pretty descent amount for the first 2/3, wanted to use the Trainer cheats to finish what I WANT TO GET. They shouldn't ban people who are using a Trainer for the same purpose to get Achievements. I mean, the regular cheats should allow you to get achievements, I just don't know why they care so much. Do they want people to not buy there products if they can't play the way they want too, even if they use 3rd party cheats? If cheats can't be played in MP, who cares if you use them? If people want to use CHU's trainers, F'ing let them. Its your decision. Besides, some of those last missions are difficult to get achievements on, do to the gameplay, like the Protoss mission for "THE END OF THE UNIVERSE" against the zerg/protoss hybrids. Really wanted those achievements.

Using trainers and or cheats to get achievements is the exact reason they ban.They are there to mark your progress/skill which can be compared to other players progress/skill, by cheating you are distorting the ranking among players who have not cheated
This in my view is contributing too game developers insisting on having constant online connectionand and client based saves
They could however have offline achievements as well which would solve the need of having to use the trainer online

 
tennis129mph  posted on May 01, 2012 8:35:35 AM - Report post

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I used this trainer (loved it!!!) and to my dismay left it on accidentally during a multiplayer skirmish vs the AI - getting me banned. That was MY FAULT. This happened over 6 months ago.

Since then, I bought a new CD, setup another battle.net account and have been playing trainer-free since (much to my dislike). I am only one to cheat against the AI, not against other humans.

Question #1
Is the following setup safe for trainer usage?
-Single Player
-Offline
-Internet Connection disabled (physically as well)

Question #2: Are achievements still possible in some multiplayer maps if I log on later without the trainer active?
The achievements I speak of are not blizzard ones, but achievements the map creators have included in their specific maps.

Question #3: If I have used the trainer; is a full uninstall/re-install of Starcraft 2 necessary if I am to log on to Battle.net safely? I thought I read that it changes the .exe file for Starcraft.

I understand there are risks involved with using 3rd party programs but I just want to minimize - if not eliminate all risk I possibly can. I'm sure the several hundred/thousand of you understand I don't want to give Blizzard another $60 if I can help it.


Your thoughts?

 
UberUnit  posted on May 03, 2012 3:27:38 AM - Report post

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1. Yup, that's safe.

2. Don't know.

3. I believe you only need to restart the game after shutting down
the trainer.

 
Shotgunmaniac  posted on May 03, 2012 5:11:22 AM - Report post

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1. Yup, that's safe.

2. Don't know.

3. I believe you only need to restart the game after shutting down
the trainer.

#1 - yup.

#2/3 - Long as you never enter online mode with the trainer active, I'm fairly certain you can still earn all of your achievements legitimately, without fear. As long as nothing carries over from your offline progress to your online, all you need to do is make sure the game and the trainer are closed, then start up only the game if you want to play anything online. Haven't played SCII in quite a while myself, but that's generally common sense. If nothing carries over from offline to online at all (campaign saves, etc etc) then reasonably you can avoid missteps if you:

Launch game > get into offline mode > alt+tab and launch trainer > mess about in campaign (skirmish bot matches, if you can do that offline, can't remember) > close game and trainer when done.
Then you can boot up the game on its own to play online.

Blizzard's anti-cheat checks for what is running when the game is running, so getting into offline mode before you launch the trainer is about all I can suggest.

 
Truthans  posted on May 12, 2012 1:35:10 AM - Report post

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1.) must i decide me for trainer or achievements? (Guest Account -> i don't find the offline function...

2.) What happens when i disconnect my internet connection during the play?

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