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So my friend is playing GTA online, and he is exploiting a glitch where he duplicates really ugly cars and sells them fully upgraded to make money. He does this by parking by a dumpster, stealing another car, going to his garage with his cell phone up, and then shooting that car till it blows up, and teleporting to the car he parked. That may seem like a lot of work, but it saves him about a week of normal play time by doing this. Glitches like this are in tons of games. Loot caves in destiny, MissingnoM in Pokemon R+B, ect. Doing these allows you to get big rewards without the in between time, However, some may argue it diminishes the reward for both the players who cheat and those that don't. Creating Pokemon for instance and duplicating them allows for exceptionally good shiny Pokemon... that everyone can get, but the people who choose not to cheat have to work hard to compete with them, and may never legally get one. The cheaters also diminish the value of the Pokemon, and any legitimate one found is worthless because so many fakes exist. What is OBs stance on glitching in games for profit?