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Thread: cheating the ZONE

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    btw related to what Connavar said : it appears few names like Ahh Quadzilla or Larikun, have been deleted , is there an explanation from SL about that ?

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    seriously??? those 2 great pioneers? larikun is member here (MIA since oct 11th)... what happened?
    Last edited by kanar; 26th December 2008 at 05:32 PM.

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    AHH QUADZILLA is gone; I still see Larikun

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    Well... it seems, that we have some cheaters in Poland

    I still can't beat even 80 Zone, but I'm weak player, so it's nothing special. And I don't believe that ANYBODY can beat Zone 100. It's insane

    Greets

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    To be honest I've always had a nagging doubt about some of those AHH QUADZILLA times.
    Especially the tracks where there is no or few places to BR [moa therma reverse] and times posted are something like 4 sec faster than Piraphac or Flashback jack.
    I just don't see where that much of a time difference can occur, when you consider that in the upper reaches of the records table for phantom speed tracks, the time difference is in the tenths of seconds.

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    Actually when AHH-QUADZILLA's times were removed yesterday there were only two events he was still first in, namely VK reverse TT and AP TT. Just the day before I did well enough on the former to know that I could equal his VK reverse time, and I know that pirhapac considers his AP time to be possible.

    I really think it's a bad thing that quadzilla's times have been removed. I've enjoyed playing a lot of TT in the past few weeks and I've managed with a lot of effort to beat him on some tracks, but not most. He had some great times and added to the quality at the top of the leaderboards, and I think the competition has suffered as a result of his removal. If it's still possible, I hope his times will reappear.

    I also noticed that Larikun has disappeared. As far as I know both AHH-QUADZILLA and Larikun have been inactive for a long time now. So it suggests that times are removed after a certain period of inactivity. I very much hope that is not the case.

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    Well it makes you think that SL obviously knows something we don't regarding the manner AHH QUADZILLA has achieved some of those times,otherwise they would of removed all of them.
    Anybody raced/seen QUADZILLA online EVER?
    And weren't the majority if not all of QUADZILLAS times made pretty soon after release?

    And Larikun joined 7th Oct has not posted here since 11th Oct when the first patch came out.

    I hope the removal of times after inactivity is not the case,that would be very unfair.
    It would mean your records would be scrubbed after 10 weeks inactivity if this were true.

    I have a theory of what might be the cause of these removals if the non activity isn't the cause,but I'll wait to see if anybody else picks up on it and comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Figlarz View Post
    I don't believe that ANYBODY can beat Zone 100. It's insane

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hof7S2jJxxA

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    Quote Originally Posted by djKyoto View Post
    it's beyond reality but i saw it with my own eyes so it's real this guy is skilled !

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    Zone doesn't actually get any faster after zone around 70 so it's all about holding it together after you hit those zones.
    The 100+ zoner posted that himself here.
    Regarding my previous post I was meaning the general SL and TT times.

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