Eric Musco answered a few hot(h!) questions about the Eternal Championship‘s rules and sanctions. Be very careful how and what you do. Don’t cheat. It seems their system can catch that quite easily and… besides… cheating is bad. Did you know that? :)))
► Question about the Eternal Championship Solo Speedrun Challenge | 05.09.2016, 03:01 PM
We have already received some reports that players have found a way to “cheat” the speedrun contest. The goal of this contest is a player will play through the Eternal Championship as intended.
If you find a way to subvert mechanics, conversations, or whatever. and you use it in your run, you will be disqualified from the contest. We are aware of a way a player can use /stuck to subsequently avoid all conversations within the Eternal Championship. Although this is not a game exploit (in that you won’t receive ToS action) it is considered an abuse of the contest rules. If you use this, you will be disqualified.
Keep this section of the contest rules in mind:
a. using any cheats, hacks or other 3rd party “helper” applications in playing games;
b. intentionally disconnecting from the Internet during any game;
c. colluding with other players in playing games; or
d. taking advantage of known exploits in the game (it is the responsibility of players to understand and avoid all current illegal exploits).
Abusive or disorderly behavior, including any use of harassing, negative, or profane language online, will not be tolerated and will also constitute grounds for immediate disqualification.
We want every player to have a chance to win and win fairly, so please don’t get disqualified!
If you haven’t tried it yet, check out my Walkthrough and if you need to, even the full detailed boss per boss guide.
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