"Bradster"... WAT

#1 Posted by Trylks (964 posts) -
#2 Posted by scalpel (326 posts) -

It's not uncommon and it's allowed.

Here's one guy with all his 50 accounts at once.

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#3 Posted by SomeJerk (3726 posts) -

I used to dual-box, dipped into multi-boxing with four accounts and characters a few times for a laugh but felt two were enough. Maybe some of you guys met me on the Euro server I played on with a name that escapes my mind, before I quit in August 2008, I did a shadowpriest duo, a moonkin duo, goofed off and RPed as a blood elf warlock duo. I used two computers when for my quadbox trials, but only a single one for dual-boxing with in-game scripting and a Logitech G11 keyboard to control the client not on top while playing the primary one.
But the kinda stuff listed above isn't multiboxing.  It's a mental disease.

#4 Posted by Capum15 (5137 posts) -

Oh my god that's amazing.

#5 Posted by AlexanderSheen (5150 posts) -

36 WoW accounts, 11 computers... That is disgusting.

#6 Posted by Orbitz89 (230 posts) -

That my friends, is the very definition of "hardcore gamer" lol. As ridiculous as that term is I can't think of anything else to describe this.

#7 Posted by Tennmuerti (8515 posts) -

This has been done long before WoW, and is pretty much common knowledge in MMO circles.

There have been many articles written on the subject of multiboxing over the years if one wishes to educate oneself.

#8 Edited by geirr (2905 posts) -

That same picture was plastered over an article of someone having 14 accounts many years back, not 30, so who knows.

Edit: Or maybe it was a similar picture since I found this

#9 Posted by OmegaPirate (5642 posts) -

Then there was this dude 40-boxing in pvp recently.

#10 Posted by JackSukeru (6144 posts) -

Does he have a guild consisting only of himself called "Team Bradster"?

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