XXiF cheated his way into a Fortnite World Cup Finals spot in Week 3 of the qualifiers. Now, in Week 8, he managed to qualify again…Nickmercs has thought of the perfect punishment.
The story of XXiF should have been over when he was caught for cheating in the Week 3 qualifiers. But, instead, Epic Games only gave the player a 14 day ban and let him reenter the competition.
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In Week 8, the player and his duo partner managed to qualify for the Finals. Again, XXiF seems to have done so under suspect conditions as he has been accused of using the same cheating tactics again.
Nickmercs thinks of elaborate punishment
Nickmercs has been vocal about the XXiF situation since the very beginning and has called the cheater several choice names. He has also now come up with the perfect plan to stick it to XXiF.
The controller player star wants to see Epic Games use the Iceberg dragon or ‘Cattus’ event during the Finals. Instead of messing with the whole event, the dragon/monster would only target XXiF.
The ‘Cattus’ event will kick off at some point as the monster breaks from its icy prison. Nick wants to see this monster bring justice upon XXiF.
“They should make the dragon come out at the World Cup Final,” said Nickmercs, “And he should just eat XXiF. Just get [Epic Games] to go in there and program ‘dragon attack’ and just XXiF’s name, and no matter where he goes, how he builds, just make the dragon eat XXiF. I think that’s really fair.”
The process of creating such an elaborate punishment would take an insane amount of coding time. Still, it would win back a lot of favor from the competitive and casual communities. Think of it like an olive branch from Epic Games.
“This is my opinion and I’m entitled to it. I personally think the dragon should be released right when XXiF lands and blows him into smithereens, and I want him to panic like that one kid at PAX like ‘What the fuck! What the fuck!’” Nickmercs continued.
The proof against XXiF has been reviewed by nearly every major streamer and player in the competitive community. Everyone (almost) has had the same opinion…XXiF cheated again.
Imagine the feeling of united justice it would bring to have this extreme measure of righteous punishment be brought to the cheater. While Epic does often make mistakes (like letting XXiF return), this would be one move that everyone would praise.
Well…there might be one person that wouldn’t, but cheaters can’t cry after they’ve been caught red-handed twice.