Log on an inactive and get
Battledome Veteran and change to stealth! but you know what's worse? that trophy. smh
especially last trophy something like: Atlas of the Ancients
you're making me crrinnnggeee. Stop with the trophy.
I was gonna post a funny pic but i couldnt think of a good one so i just posted to save face
I don't get it... does it just show that the inactive account is now active, or does the trophy mean something I'm missing?
You can always find a funny pic.
When an account that was clearly inactive obtains the BD trophy and is changed to stealth! and is desirable it's just very obvious that it was stolen. It would be better in my opinion to just not get the trophy if you're going to rob it. Painfully obvious.
Or if you're going to do this play like the daily dare once or something so it maybe throws someone off a little bit....ehhh did this person come back?
Last edited by Sociopath; 10-13-2013 at 11:46 PM.
To me it seems obvious whether the acct has one site trophy or none....
They're talking about someone logging into an account, looking at all their stuff, which includes their battle set, which causes them to get the trophy. They change to stealth so people on their friends list don't see them pop up. But yes, there's a ridiculous rash of that going around, stealth, battletrophy. Entire guilds have randomly gone active in the last month. Someone's getting busy.
To me not so much, that trophy automatically makes me with 99% confidence think it was stolen. If it's just last spotted: 80 days ago, might not have trophies in a few years but is desirable/user played a lot I just think eh maybe logs on for nostalgia purposes. Because if you have a good account at one point it was a decent part of your life you know?
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Oh, that makes sense. Thanks for explaining. I forgot that looking at your set would give you the trophy. I've never done any of the taking accounts things, so I'm pretty clueless. I don't even know how it's done, generally, though I'd like to, simply so I can keep my own account as safe as possible.