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Today I had a SuperTester in a Smaland to closely shadow me and use my ship as a screen to stop shells as he drew fire from the enemy. I there anyway to report SuperTesters with unsporting behavior other than the Karma system or are they supposed to test cheating tactics?
Regarding what I have made red below: ----- System for Prevention of Unsporting Conduct World of Warships is a game in which players team up for a single purpose—outfighting the opponent at sea and in the air. But let's make it clear—players are all human. We all have emotions, and no man is wise at all times. It definitely won't do any good to your team if you miss a teammate's maneuver and send your torpedoes right into his path, or if you succumb to anger or frustration and send a salvo at your ally, or if you forget that you've already pressed the "Battle" button and go do something else. In World of Warships, we've always kept an eagle eye on, and tried to act up on players whose behavior does not always correspond to the rules of the game. The upcoming Update 0.7.4 bring in an enhanced system for tracking offenders, bringing it to a whole new level. Like in the previous iteration, the main indicator of a player's status will be the color of their nickname. If it's white, the player has not committed any violations recently. A nickname that's gone pink means the player's had a warning and should mend their [in-game] manners. Orange color means the player's been punished for unsporting conduct. Let's take a quick look at the main violations which can result in a warning or penalty followed by a change in the player's nickname color. Inactivity in battle Damage to Allies/Team Kills Fleeing the battlefield For violation of the rules, AFK/sleeping status in battle or fire at allies, the system will display a warning in the Port, informing the player of a change in their status and explaining the actions that entailed the change. If the warning does not produce the desired effect and the player continues to violate the rules, the next step will be a ban on entry to certain types of battles, in particular those where individual performance may affect the final result. To be allowed access to battles with real players in Random, Ranked and Scenario Battles, violators will have to play several Co-op battles against bots. ----- Is this an automated system? Or are players able to click "AFK" within the karma reporting system as they do now? If players are going to be clicking "AFK" as they do now, has there been some consideration and efforts made to mitigate this function being abused? If this has been addressed elsewhere, I apologize. It's been an extremely busy work week and I have not been able to keep up here they way I would have liked. Thanks in advance to anyone taking the time to answer here. Respects, Am