Yup, eq is going strong.
mq/mq2 is still not allowed. It has never, and will likely never, be in terms of service as "allowed 3rd party software".
^^^Well here is my theory on botting
Yes it is allowed as long as you are NOT afk at the keyboard. Reason I say this is because Red guides does not work on "True Box servers"
So if Daybreak really wanted to eliminate Botting , they could do it easily not allowing any other program to work with Everquest.
In short - have fun botting , but don't abuse it !
nothing matters other than what they put in writing. in writing it is not allowed. so it doesn't matter if there is application of those rules or not. they can and will swing that hammer and cite their written rules as reasonMy question is this:
If Daybreak was really against botting and third party programs. They could easily make it so that Red Guides , IS BOXER, or any other program will work while playing EQ.
So why haven't they ? Unless they know and accept it
I believe you meant "not" there, so I edited it in. And the answer for this is that it's more difficult than just flipping a switch and saying "this doesn't work." In fact, they did that for years and there was a cat and mouse game that occurred because of it. Even this year, people were suspended solely for using MQ2 and no other reason (cheating). So I wouldn't take that as acceptance at all.They could easily make it so that Red Guides , IS BOXER, or any other program will <not> work while playing EQ.