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  1. Kingdom hearts games have the hardest bosses I have fought. Dependent on which difficulty you fight them in of course. The KH3 ReMind data battles are brutal on critical.
  2. I have had late-synced trophies 2-3 times in the last 4 years. May not be very regular in your opinion, but it's regular enough that many legit gamers would be breaking any 'no late-sync' rules, and would not be allowed the 'priveledge' of being on the leaderboards.
  3. If you scroll back over these comments I see a very large amount amount of them saying some variation of: 'Late-sync on it's own, without any other evidence of hacking, should not be flaggable' So I feel like most people figured it out pretty easily honestly.
  4. Yeah, the discussion was originally about whether late-syncing brand new trophies is flaggable without any other evidence of hacking. Overwriting clearly hacked timestamps and claiming it is a late sync is not the same thing. The original hacked timestamps obviously fall under 'other evidence' but hey, why care about that when being petty and spiteful is so much more useful? What an incredibly childish response.
  5. Oh, gotcha, yeah I think I may have gotten a little confused as well... sorry, it's a long thread. Probably a good sign I should stop posting in here lol, I've said my piece and so has the community I think. I also ran outta Karma to give for the day, I don't think I've ever done that before, another sign that I've spent too much time in here.
  6. That's all fine and well as long as they actually allow flags to be lifted or remain on a case by case basis like that. That sounds like the logical solution to me. It certainly sounded to me like that would not be happening under the new rule though, and that all accounts which are in violation would remain flagged. Perhaps I misunderstood, but when someone says 'case by case isn't really a good solution' that tells me they are more in favor of a blanket rule that would not be evaluated per individual case. Yup, and as I stated above, I'm just not so sure that it would be lifted if this new rule were created.
  7. But these flags wouldn't ever be lifted is what I am saying. They would be valid flags under the new rule. Regardless of the player's habits, or how clean their profile is, the blanket rule would make the flags valid, and the flag would remain, because it has been specifically stated that evaluating each late-sync flag on a case-by-case basis is not a viable solution:
  8. But it has been specifically stated that a case-by-case basis like that is not an acceptable solution.
  9. So, what you are saying is that the current case by case system is 99.99% accurate, so why do we need to make some blanket rule?
  10. It is exactly the case here. You can try to run your mental gymnastics all over the place if you want, but you are accusing somebody of being guilty of cheating without any proof, and expecting them to supply evidence that proves their innocence.
  11. Ah yes, how many good websites have died to this asinine mentality? 'We're gonna make some severely unpopular changes, if you don't like it, go somewhere else!' '...Where did all our users go?'
  12. I shouldn't have to change the way I enjoy my hobby just to avoid accusations from paranoid idiots.
  13. You answered your own question here. I don't care about the LB or my place on it, but I certainly care about being accused of being a cheater for something that is not just possible to do legitimately, but happens on a regular basis.
  14. I've seen it as well.
  15. 'Guilty until proven innocent'