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So for the first time in my experience i came across someone who put a kill on me that made me think something wasn't quite right. Generally, i was in a difficult target, unspotted, maneuvering, yet bulls-eyed (i was the only nearby target, not incidental) by a high dispersion class ship at long range. so, my question is: IF someone were using an aim-bot, what would his statistics look like in terms of hit rates. also generally how would it be detectable by wargaming? and before people jump on the denial bandwagon, this is from the wargaming website: "Auto-aim or so-called aim-bots that provide more functionality than the aim lock in the vanilla client, specifically including those that aim at the enemy's weak spots and/or lead the aim automatically" thus, they do exist.