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11/8/2019 11:52:09 PM
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I screwed up Bungie, so i wanted to give my final goodbyes, and say sorry.

Nothing nobody wants to admit, But I been playing d1 since the good old thorn days. Felwinters lie, along with final round in snipers. The OP days! I am just here to apologize to bungie on my behalf. As others are reading this , take a moment to realize what I am about to say before you spit up toxicity all over my post. Even if you do spoiler you cant hurt me more then two weeks ago when I logged in and saw my xbox account got banned because of cross play. I am no computer genius like some of you out there. But I mess around with emulators, and coding values and I honest to god swear on my own life didn't know programs such as scripting like cheat engine, and others for being up and running would end my life in destiny. Im not here to beg, I am not here to say I did not do something and got banned for a unknown reason. I am here to let people know, I love DESTINY, I love bungie. Even after buying every expansion through shadowkeep, I don't want a refund. I just want bungie to know, I am sorry for what I did, a program called cheat engine that i use for emulators in the android market, got detected while destiny 2 steam account was up and running. I want to apologize to you all for my mistake. I want the rest of the community to know, even if your a toxic a$$ or even a shotgun ape, who thinks there jesus. If you have cross save, delete any and all coding/hacking programs from your computer. Call me whatever you guys want, I just want to let you know loosing destiny 2 on xbox brought me down to my knees. Heres something I don't normally share to the public but in my life situations and feeling now days I don't mind. I once was an addict, I went to rehab, I got out and guess what went back to bad decisions. That is until my boss intoduced me and bought destiny 1 for me. I got into the game, loved it read all the lore, and the end result kept me from partying, spending money I didn't have on illegal things. I got off and clean all because of Bungie. Thats my outlook. That is why I wrote this, because I have never been penalized for anything in destiny 1 or 2 but got instant permaband for well, lets just say by the time it expires I will be dead. Anyways it would be insanely cool, but i read a lot about the bans and privacy policys, so I am not expecting to bungie to look down at a nobody and reply. But I am here to say really I am sorry, my life well that is something I am lost in right now, as Destiny saved me and no more destiny. I am going to be as strong as I can be and try an stay positive and not go down my old path. So anyone who reads this, keep in mind its not worth it, Destiny literlly saved my life. Don't be rude to bungie, there developers and life savers in many ways. Bungie this is farewell, I love you all @Bungie and again I apologize for the programs that were used/detected they no longer exist on my computer and never will be downloaded again. Lessons learned. GoodBye.
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  • Now that you have learned your lesson, start a new account, reacquire the game and start over.

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  • You're probably the first person on the forums for a perma ban that admitted to having a cheat engine installed, sure it wasn't even for D2 at all...it's just nice to see someone understand how they messed up. As for you personally, I would try some other games. Stuff like Monster Hunter, Borderlands, Halo MCC for PC soon. You may find some new love. If none of those really satisfy you...could always make a new Steam account and run a New Light save (obviously double checking active software in the background). Sure it's gonna be rough starting over, but it's better than never playing your saving grace ever again, right?

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    • Some good answers below and I hope you take some of their advice. Parts of your post read like a suicide note but I hope that's just misinterpretation on my part. I too have used Destiny as an escape from some bad stuff over the last 5 years. I know the people I play with aren't 'real' friends in the true sense of the word, but playing Destiny online has seen me through many lonely weekends over the past 5 years. Every time I feel like quitting I realise how much I'd be lost without it. But there's the thing: I recognise that this is a form of addiction in itself. You've apparently beaten one and replaced it with a (less harmful) one. Time to do the same again, at least temporarily. Play Skyrim or Witcher 3 or Red Dead and then come back to Destiny on a different platform, maybe. And maybe go outside a bit more now, lol! Seriously, think about maybe some volunteer work helping others who've had problems with addiction. Maybe this was meant to be. Good luck and I'll see you in Destiny 3.

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    • Edited by TH3_r3AL_w1NGs20: 11/9/2019 7:44:51 AM
      If what you’re saying is accurate then the ban/restrictions policy needs to be adjusted

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    • Edited by IHaveABigHawk: 11/9/2019 12:43:03 AM
      Goodbye!

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