While the use of automation tools infringes the end-user license agreement of WoW Classic unambiguously, an online software trade is available to speed up the grinding process. Bots were the cause of much dismay at the Blizzard Forums recently, and, given just how rude is the ‘classical’ experience, it was probably inevitably.
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Blizzard is committed to dealing constantly with this issue but warns that the automation software trade will probably not take place long. The spokesman of Blizzard wrote: “Real money trading drives third parties to put an enormous amount of effort into circumventing our detection systems”. “Yes, there have been cases where a legitimate player appeared (to another player) to be botting,”.
“In those cases, where a legitimate player is reported and then cleared of wrongdoing, it can be very frustrating to the reporting player to again see what they think is a bot. We’ve also seen examples where the reported player was caught exploiting the game, and was removed from the game, and then quickly returned to doing the same thing on a new account with the same character name. That’s an infuriating sight for the players who initially reported it. We greatly appreciate your reports, and we understand how you feel about this.”
Source: Blizzard Forum