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PostSubject: Cheating in streamwide Wi-Fi games   Mon Jan 26, 2009 2:35 am

I would just like to let you all know that the mods have talked it over and have decided to punish those who cheat on streamwide games. Online cheating WILL NOT be tolerated. It is a strong offense and will be acted upon. The consequences for this offense are as follows:

1. Loss of ALL coins
2. 1 month ban
3. Disqualification from all streamwide online games for both the returning month, and the month of the ban.
Additions by Cost:
4. Any further cheating results in permanent ban from ALL streamwide online games forever unless either Tom or the mods decide otherwise.
5. All cheating includes but is not limited to using Ocarina, GeckoOS, USBGecko, or anything used in conjunction with Homebrew or PowerSaves.
6. If a mod is found in such activities, they will be pending a deop based on severity or repeating offenses.

This is not an over reaction and is taken very seriously. Don't make us have to punish you. It's no fun for us and it's no fun for the viewers.

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PostSubject: Re: Cheating in streamwide Wi-Fi games   Mon Jan 26, 2009 3:07 am

A note to everyone on this matter:

Cheating on WiFi isn't an easy thing to do. You have to have Homebrew (for the Wii anyway), a source of codes that even WORK on WiFi (and believe me those are NOT easy to find) and you of course have to be willing to risk losing everything (trust, privileges, etc.) to do it.

It isn't worth it to cheat ever. Not for any reason or any PLACE. The consequences are severe nearly everywhere and if you do it a lot then you're likely to get banned from Nintendo WiFi. Just don't.
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PostSubject: Re: Cheating in streamwide Wi-Fi games   Sat Feb 14, 2009 4:06 pm

A response to Pete's message: There are cheats that do, in fact, work online. One of the ones that stood out to me was an item switcher on Mario Kart Wii.
Just a note to those who think they can get away: We know how the games work, we know when something's wrong, and we know how homebrew works, as well. There will always be at least 4-6 mods active during these games, which is plenty enough to accuse and convict someone of cheating. Don't let us catch you, don't get into trouble, and, above all, DON'T CHEAT!

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