Offline: If it's a game I've played before, I may use a cheat to make myself a high level or give a massive amount of money, just to remove the whole "slogging" aspect that would bore me out of re-playing it.
Online: The closest I get to cheating is being powerleveled in a couple of MMOs, but I don't really consider that cheating. 1, because of the social aspect, which the game is built around. While the High Priest in RO is taking the hits and I can autoattack the monster and not worry about being hit, we can have nice little chats. When I'm stuck in GH Abbey by myself or with my perm monk partner who's the same level as me, we have to constantly watch ourselves, and conversations are interrupted by "MIMIC!" or "MOBRUN!" quite a bit.
2, There's also a drawback to being powerleveled in that manner, though, which takes it so far out of the realm of cheating that you really can't classify it as such. In the normal course of leveling, you get money and/or loot, which gets you money, so you can properly outfit yourself. With powerleveling, you don't, so you're stuck with crappy equips.
In regards to hacks and glitch exploits and such? Wrong. Immoral. Those people should die in a fire.
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