If you’re going to play Dark Age of Camelot, here’s a bit of friendly advice: Don’t cheat. We’re not talking about relationships (you shouldn’t cheat there either, but the game won’t penalize you for it), we’re talking about all of the lovely ways that people have devised to cheat in the game as outlined in the latest producer’s letter for the game. If you’re using third-party programs to get an advantage, odds are you got caught in the most recent wave of cheat-sweeping described in the producer’s letter, and even if you didn’t, the letter assures you that you will be caught in the future.
Also classified as cheating now are multiboxing players, described in the letter as “macro” groups. If you’re running around controlling multiple characters on a single computer, you can expect penalties in battlegrounds or frontier maps, although pure PvE regions won’t kick you for playing that way. These policies are not being hard-written into the game’s rules of conduct as the developers try out the new set of rules, but you can be sure that the basic advice remains solid. Don’t cheat.