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    GM in beginner channel and public?

    im just wondering is there a difference in the amount of GM's is beginner channels and public channel?

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    The amount of GM's that are online in ava seems to be 0 most of the time

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    Quote Originally Posted by bastiaan189 View Post
    The amount of GM's that are online in ava seems to be 0 most of the time
    Visible ones, yes. But they have about 15 GM's that are invisible, ones that only go into rooms to spectate other players, and they can still enter and watch you if the room is full, password protected, or only available to one person (coop).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lehsyrus View Post


    Visible ones, yes. But they have about 15 GM's that are invisible, ones that only go into rooms to spectate other players, and they can still enter and watch you if the room is full, password protected, or only available to one person (coop).
    Not really. Aeria has 3 GM's servicing AVA at the moment. The only one that goes on AVA regularly is PaulMark, and even then she's usually too busy banning hackers to even play a game or two or spectate rooms. Orion sometimes plays AVA but doesn't have time to spectate all the co op rooms, and the other GM is just G.0d knows where. There are like 5-6 GS's (game sages) that go around hunting down hackers yes, but only two of them regularly check for hackers; the others just play AVA and don't even help the GM's out in the hackerhunt. The 2 GS's that do hunt down hackers don't hunt them down by spectating co op rooms (since they don't have the power to do that), but rather by checking the weekly rankings for people who gain massive amounts of exp in a week (like anything above 200,000 exp, for example, will put you on their radar).



    TL;DR: The 3 GM's that are currently servicing AVA don't check co op rooms. The GS's are too busy playing AVA or doing other things to check for hackers, and the 2 GS's that actively hunt for hackers only do so by checking the weekly rankings. So don't do anything stupid or out of the ordinary and chances are, you won't be banned.




    I know like 20 people who've glitched, used roundskippers, and even OPK'ed in co op and haven't been caught yet because they've played it safe and kept themselves from being too suspicious.

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    Oh, and you guys do know, Trainer772, the most active hackerhunter of the GameSages, don't do it on his main account (Hunting AFKers in Lockdown). Anyways, I won't tell what account he does it on, as I respect his privacy, and as he is a good friend of mine, lol

    Anyways, ppl to look out for:

    DNoise
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    wiNx, Chia and InkofDeath doesn't do much. wiNx plays pubs, Chia plays JAVA/KAVA, InkofDeath doesn't even play AVA, lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by plwx View Post
    Not really. Aeria has 3 GM's servicing AVA at the moment. The only one that goes on AVA regularly is PaulMark, and even then she's usually too busy banning hackers to even play a game or two or spectate rooms. Orion sometimes plays AVA but doesn't have time to spectate all the co op rooms, and the other GM is just G.0d knows where. There are like 5-6 GS's (game sages) that go around hunting down hackers yes, but only two of them regularly check for hackers; the others just play AVA and don't even help the GM's out in the hackerhunt. The 2 GS's that do hunt down hackers don't hunt them down by spectating co op rooms (since they don't have the power to do that), but rather by checking the weekly rankings for people who gain massive amounts of exp in a week (like anything above 200,000 exp, for example, will put you on their radar).



    TL;DR: The 3 GM's that are currently servicing AVA don't check co op rooms. The GS's are too busy playing AVA or doing other things to check for hackers, and the 2 GS's that actively hunt for hackers only do so by checking the weekly rankings. So don't do anything stupid or out of the ordinary and chances are, you won't be banned.




    I know like 20 people who've glitched, used roundskippers, and even OPK'ed in co op and haven't been caught yet because they've played it safe and kept themselves from being too suspicious.
    But those are the ones we currently know of. There are special gm accounts that can not play but only spectate each room using a separate client. Aeria is a large company, plus a buddy if mine who helped design a few maps for Ava with ijji was transferred to aerias bankroll, rather than being fired, which leads me to the question of where did the other employees go? The answer I'm going with is that they would be transferred as well. Way back when Ava first started there was a glitch so you could see and become an invisible gm, so they transferred the ability to a separate client. Ijji had a full staff of six people consistently monitoring rooms this way, aeria may or may not have kept it but I think they did. Plus I was banned after using unreal only once in a normal lockdown room with my lt, which isn't suspicious at all enough to be checked out like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plwx View Post
    Not really. Aeria has 3 GM's servicing AVA at the moment. The only one that goes on AVA regularly is PaulMark, and even then she's usually too busy banning hackers to even play a game or two or spectate rooms. Orion sometimes plays AVA but doesn't have time to spectate all the co op rooms, and the other GM is just G.0d knows where. There are like 5-6 GS's (game sages) that go around hunting down hackers yes, but only two of them regularly check for hackers; the others just play AVA and don't even help the GM's out in the hackerhunt. The 2 GS's that do hunt down hackers don't hunt them down by spectating co op rooms (since they don't have the power to do that), but rather by checking the weekly rankings for people who gain massive amounts of exp in a week (like anything above 200,000 exp, for example, will put you on their radar).



    TL;DR: The 3 GM's that are currently servicing AVA don't check co op rooms. The GS's are too busy playing AVA or doing other things to check for hackers, and the 2 GS's that actively hunt for hackers only do so by checking the weekly rankings. So don't do anything stupid or out of the ordinary and chances are, you won't be banned.




    I know like 20 people who've glitched, used roundskippers, and even OPK'ed in co op and haven't been caught yet because they've played it safe and kept themselves from being too suspicious.
    Are you sure they check exp based on weekly? Cause I don't think so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AznNicholas1314 View Post
    Are you sure they check exp based on weekly? Cause I don't think so.
    I'm 100% sure. I have my sources. Don't worry about it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lehsyrus View Post
    But those are the ones we currently know of. There are special gm accounts that can not play but only spectate each room using a separate client. Aeria is a large company, plus a buddy if mine who helped design a few maps for Ava with ijji was transferred to aerias bankroll, rather than being fired, which leads me to the question of where did the other employees go? The answer I'm going with is that they would be transferred as well. Way back when Ava first started there was a glitch so you could see and become an invisible gm, so they transferred the ability to a separate client. Ijji had a full staff of six people consistently monitoring rooms this way, aeria may or may not have kept it but I think they did. Plus I was banned after using unreal only once in a normal lockdown room with my lt, which isn't suspicious at all enough to be checked out like that.
    I have my sources, and the sources are 100% reliable. Sure the GM's have alternate accounts that they can go on. It's just that even if they spent 1 hour spectating co op rooms and watching for the glitchers/hackers/etc. they would literally have no time to ban them since the GM's work on a strict routine schedule that even I know of (like when they get on and get off).



    Basically I know what you're trying to say and I know that there is no failproof safe way to not get banned. I'm just saying that in order to enjoy a game the way some people want to enjoy their game, they have to find a balance between pushing it and playing it safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plwx View Post
    I'm 100% sure. I have my sources. Don't worry about it.



    I have my sources, and the sources are 100% reliable. Sure the GM's have alternate accounts that they can go on. It's just that even if they spent 1 hour spectating co op rooms and watching for the glitchers/hackers/etc. they would literally have no time to ban them since the GM's work on a strict routine schedule that even I know of (like when they get on and get off).



    Basically I know what you're trying to say and I know that there is no failproof safe way to not get banned. I'm just saying that in order to enjoy a game the way some people want to enjoy their game, they have to find a balance between pushing it and playing it safe.
    True, I will agree with you that they need to play it safe. Even going one round with OPK on can screw up your account. My newest account has a 17.6 SD legit (escort farmed since created), and I was banned for that as soon as IJJI switched the game to Aeria's control. I fucking hate Aeria.

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    How come people get banned after starting to farm on like the 5th day?

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    because they suspect you are "hacking" so they will ban you
    Quote Originally Posted by AznNicholas1314 View Post
    How come people get banned after starting to farm on like the 5th day?

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