In a game with a huge playerbase of people who buy their virtual items online, I highly doubt monsterkill single handedly handed K2 its obituary clipping. Rather than do your homework, you'd rather peg one minimal part of the problem on one person, even if you dno't have all the facts, but thats ok, I've gotten used to these kind of generalizations and stereotypes in my time playing knight online. I mean, I bet the months and months of koxp-filled times, all the dupers that are residing in your old clan, and other various hackers didn't have anything to do with the decline of popularity. Ever thought to think back before your alligations without proof? You know, back when all the turks were duping their uniques and making +5's? If that would have been avoided, there wouldn't be people who needed to buy items, or get items from GM's. Quit trying to blame people who adapted new concepts to overcome the problems in KO, and focus on what made them do so in the first place.