Note that you only have to restart the mission you used said cheats on, not the entire campaign.
it would be crazy if we should repeat entire campaign because of the cheat..
thanx for the info bro
Seeing as Blizzard included actual "cheat codes" for StarCraft 2; I doubt you will suffer any kind of ban for cheating in single-player only. The only ban I would guess happens, is a ban for cheating in multi-player. A ban I wholeheartedly support! Cheat all you want in single-player (I know I do), but leave the cheating out of multi-player! That's just not cool.
Someone claimed that playing without cheating gives you a sense of achievement....i have been playing without cheating for 5 levels and i have yet to feel any sense of achievement. lol
I don't really intend on playing online with anyone besides my mum when she can get her copy, other players just play to win, they rush, rush, rush, rush....really dull.
The reality is, as mikemil828 put it, that many will only discover this after a ban. Of course, someone could always contact Blizzard for their take on this. Worst case scenario, they say that they will ban trainer users employing third party software in single-player. Best case scenario, they say that they could truly care less as long as it is kept out of multi-player.
All that said, the first limitation of service reads, "Any use of the Service or any Game in violation of the License Limitations will be regarded as an infringement of Blizzard's copyrights in and to the Service and/or Game. You agree that you will not, under any circumstances... use cheats, automation software (bots), hacks, mods or any other unauthorized third-party software designed to modify the Service, any Game or any Game experience."
This post does not answer the question, but hopefully helps some make an educated decision. I for one fully intend to attempt the trainer use. Believe me, if I get banned... I will be back to share that information.
I just think it would be utterly stupid for blizzard to ban players for using trainers in single player only, it just seems insanely stupid.
I used the trainer as well, and I'm actually expecting warden to ban all of us who used it in the first ban wave, it's no problem for me but I'm kind of worried that the majority of posters on here thought it was completely safe.
The Warden client scans a small portion of the code segment of running processes in order to determine whether any of these third-party programs are running. The goal of this is to detect and address players who may be attempting to cheat in the game.
[Edited by yoops, 7/28/2010 1:31:35 PM]