Wonder why krono have doubled in price on Selo, despite the new cash sinks including purchasable spells? Have you been to Siren's Grotto on Selo? What about on Agnarr? If you're at all like me, you've pondered those and the answer probably disgusts you. And some of you may even be tired of Daybreak's inaction. The two screenshots below probably look like something anyone passing through Siren's Grotto has seen for the majority of the server at this point. For at least this entire expansion this person has ramped up to 100 bots whereas before it seemed to be about a group or two. Maybe because they passed never got banned they just figured they were invincible. We know they pass the "reply to tells" test so is that why they've gotten so brazen? It's absolutely no surprise that if you can get a bot to pull, charm, mez, and farm for months on end then you can manage handling tells. This is absurd that this is what the current rules make abusive players abide by. This one person is single-handedly ruining the Selo plat economy. And they don't even care that it's out in the open. Will Daybreak finally act? Here are some snapshots of Siren's Grotto picks... at any hour of the day you can see this, but is this at all normal for Omens of War era EverQuest? Not even close. Nobody that plays EQ today thinks this is even remotely normal to see SG packed at hours like 2 AM, but here are a couple random times fairly recently... They also sell the deepwater inks, and have done so on Agnarr... Again, nobody that plays EQ or even tradeskills a ton would think this amount of ink is even remotely achievable through human gameplay. How are the GM's satisfied with the "reply to tell" test? If you think driving the price of inks down is "good for the server" then how about your krono prices doubling in the last month? If you didn't notice, they also run a bot to increase their price to be at the top. This is absolutely bad for a gaming economy. Personally, I'm sick of seeing them on Selo after seeing them on Agnarr and hearing about them on other TLP's. It's blatant. It's bad for the game, and it's bad for business. Daybreak, it's time to add some integrity back into your game and getting rid of these absolutely blatant bot farmers is not even low hanging fruit. It's more akin to fruit that is being taped back onto the tree branches.