Posted by colonels19 on 8/7/2013 11:00:00 PM (view original):
Lol, sharing FSS for one coach is virtually unprovable. You're being naive if you don't think FSS is "shared" regularly between a users 2 teams in the same world, hence that renders the 1000 mile rule, moot because FSS costs the same everywhere. Like it or not, multiple team world players have paid for this privilege.
A good handful of you are WAY TOO ANAL about the multiple team thing...it doesn't help as much as you might think.
The fact that you may be unlikely to be caught at cheating is not relevant to whether you are, in fact, cheating. You argue that it's ok to cheat and everyone does it. They don't and it isn't. You need to get it into your head that the things that you are advocating are against the rules and punishable by banishment (among other penalties). No one should be mistaken about that.
The 1000 mile rule was created to PROTECT the users with multiple teams in a world that were otherwise behaving according to the fair play guidelines. The reason for it is that CS invites any user that feels that they have been cheated to make a complaint. Only then will CS investigate. If the teams are more than 1000 miles apart, then an honest player will be unlikely to be alleged to have cheated.
When you say that players with multiple teams have "paid for this privilege", you could not be more mistaken. The fair play guidelines and just simple morals will tell you that statement is a steaming pile!!!