The reasoning in a first place to release a pub hack for ava was "Because we hate Aeria" and "for co-op farming".
Releasing this kind of pub hack doesn't harm Aeria as much as the players overall.
What benefits the players most, and harms Aeria the most, is the co-op hacks, because that way people can earn items and euros, so they won't have to AP in every time they want something.
Public PvP hack's doesn't benefit anyone.
Not the hacker himself: His skill level won't get any better, and his sense of secureness and feeling of power is just an illusion gone by update. What's left after all is saved and done? Guilty consience, shame, lose of self respect - and few banned accounts.
Cheat maker: Push in hours of learning and coding for free - to ruin a game - and having to provide support for all these shitty nabs; who barely understands anything about how computers even work. Only plus side is the learnt coding skill, some mechanics and a few thanks from a cheaters.
The players: Bad feelings, frustration, disappointment - all leading to the point where they probably leave the whole game.
Thanks are free.
*Thank you* for *NOT* updating PvP hacks.
And keeping on making co-op hack
And in the end of the day when all is said and done, nobody is forced to play A.V.A. Uninstall. Play tetris. Get an outside hobby and become a better person in life.