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Please stop unauthorised acces to priority monsters

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  • Please stop unauthorised acces to priority monsters

    I made a Phantom Shadow for my Guild. Someone from another Guild used a link to view our Priority Monsters and entered mine without being invited. I made the monster for the Guild I am in, not for someone outside our Guild to sneak into.

    -How is this possible?
    -Can anyone in CA click on a link to show Priority Monsters in a Guild they are not in?
    -Can you developers stop it from happening again?

    Here is the person responsible for using illegal links to invade monsters uninvited. I think you ought to ban them from CA. Do you agree?


    2,986,859,827 dmg / 1.6B CP

    This person killed my Shadow UNINVITED. No one in my Guild was able to enter this monster, just me. I created it. Isn't that like STEALING?

    What will you do?


    2,986,859,827 dmg / 1.6B CP

    559,072,613 dmg / 389.8M CP

    Meristolis, Keeper of Lore

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    Meristolis, Keeper of Lore


    • #3
      Unfortunately, devs don't care about it. I also reported about this problem long time ago, but still nothing from devs. It's really aggravating when someone uninvited enters in your monster. It would be really good if devs would add "password" feature for the monsters, so we could protect monsters with password, but seeing how small attention we get from devs, I doubt it will ever happen.


      • #4
        It’s the nature of the monster identification system.. there was one toon banned for it they got into everyone’s little meph monsters through a script...


        • #5
          Thanks, . . .
          Meristolis, Keeper of Lore


          • #6
            I play on iOS and quite often a monster will appear on my personal list (it is always the same type of monster you have just been fighting - so can get confusing). I don't know why they appear - I have never used any script, wouldn't even know how to. Now I double check by clicking on info and then "public" to check if it is public (they never are). Sometimes it is already dead and you see it as a monster to collect on, but when you try it says you weren't an attacker. It's a real pain having to sort out which ones are actually your monsters. This may not be the same thing, but it just shows that these monsters are never really private.
            Victim of the great forum purge of 2013ish
            They can take away my posts (both of them), they can take away my identity, but they can NEVER take my pint of ale! (I already gave that away)


            • #7
              a few things...

              when you are invited to hit a monster (whether by someone in the guild or already invited hitting that monster) - then go ahead and hit the monster.

              as for cheating... who says this is cheating? do you really think these devs care when they have allowed the gem cheaters to keep their ill-gotten gains? you think they are the least worried about this? common guys. they could care less.


              • #8
                Of course, but I had to post. . . .stray away. . .
                Meristolis, Keeper of Lore