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Screenshot or image:
If I took a screen shot, it would reveal the names of the cheater(s).
What you were expecting to happen, and what actually happened:
This works on all non-GW guild leader board competitions.
Certain low ‘classed’ guilds have been exploiting a bug that allows them to cheat up the leader board by rotating fake players in. The fake player (or cheat accomplish) joins the guild temporarily, adds a few points to the guild. Then when the cheat player quits**, instead of the guild points leaving they stay**! Then a new fake cheat player joins and they continue to go up the leader board without spending gems.
How often does this happen? When did it begin happening?
It’s probably happened since mode was introduced, but what may have become a few roster changes near new week has resorted into a cheat rotation to pump up score.
Steps to make it happen again
Play a guild game like tower of doom, defeat dooms until you run out of seals.
Rotate some fake players in with fresh amount of seals, their dooms add to the guild total.
Bring your real players back in, congrats! You scored high on the leader board.
As for punishing the cheaters, I think the majority of the punishment should be towards the guild master because not all of their players may have been involved in cheating. Or ban the guilds from roster changes for three months. Nothing too severe.