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+ - DDO hands out hundreds of bans with no explanation-> 1

Submitted by Zarrot
Zarrot (1149415) writes "Turbine creators of Dungeons and Dragons online handed out multiple bans and warnings to customers over an exploit in their recent Mabar festival. Customers are angry and confused as most have no idea what the supposed exploit was. Turbine customer service has been doing little to address the concerns."
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DDO hands out hundreds of bans with no explanation

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  • Default Mabar Ban Problems Last night, some DDO players received erroneous temporary suspensions or warnings regarding an exploit. Due to a technical issue in our exploit suspension process some players participating in the Mabar festival event were incorrectly notified of a rules violation. Any accounts that were temporarily banned as a result of this issue will have their account access restored and will be credited 100 Turbine Points. Any accounts that received warnings will have those warnings removed f

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