Found at https://forums.daybreakgames.com/eq...titutes-an-exploit.246284/page-6#post-3615574 So, any "unintentional mechanic....to gain extra/atypical in-game advantages or benefits is considered to be an exploit." Completely valid. However, if this is something that has existed for 7+ years, then it is NOT "atypical", it is "typical" and therefor does not fit Daybreak's criteria for an "exploit". Not to mention, once a mechanic has existed for years, it then also falls into the the category of "intentional", as, if it was "unintentional" then the developer would have removed it and or "fixed" it. This further negates the logic of the recent suspensions. With all that being said, it would seem a warning would be more likely in order, rather than a suspension. I was not affected by the recent suspensions nor do I know anyone who was, but this discordant logic leaves me concerned.