Understanding the Dangers of This System


Blizzard has announced that it will be banning the GDKP practice (Gold Dragon Kill Points) in World of Warcraft’s “Season of Discovery.” This change comes as a response to the increasing popularity of the GDKP system, especially in World of Warcraft Classic.

The GDKP system involves players bidding for important items that appear in dungeons with the highest gold bid winning the object. Once the dungeon is finished, the gold collected is distributed among all players who participated. The practice has been banned due to Blizzard’s stance against the sale of gold for real money, which it has always detested and prohibited.

Blizzard has warned that it has methods to detect and track users practicing GDKP, and those caught will face penalties, including temporary expulsion or even the permanent banning of their accounts and the withdrawal of all profits obtained through this method. Additionally, writing any message related to the practice of GDKP in the game’s chat will also be penalized.

The ban has been celebrated by the World of Warcraft community, and it is yet to be seen if it will be a temporary rule or a permanent change. Regardless, the decision to ban GDKP has been well-received by the community and is in line with Blizzard’s efforts to maintain a fair and balanced gaming environment.

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