I suspect it would be more like 10 to 25% of krono consumption for botters (automated afk players). If you are talking all players using some sort of play assist software then yeah the 50% amount could be closer to reality. If you recall it was only a few years ago there was a massive ban wave that was mostly reversed due to folks buying game codes from third party sites. I think it shows a much wider acceptance of third party sites the you might imagine IF there is a reason to use them. I do think daybreak could decide to relax pick creation criteria to help prevent folks from monopolizing camps. They could also make it a rule that groups run by the same player cannot monopolize camps in more then one instance assuming there would be a way to enforce that or making getting around it more of a pain then it is worth. More instances will put a bigger strain on daybreak servers an too many instances probably detract from the multiplayer part of the game to some extent. Although I think on a practical side it would make very little difference. Daybreak has three options. 1) Ignore what is happening and accept it is turning players off the game. 2) Increase enforcement 3) Mitigate the negative effects of autobots on the gaming population.