Like these aren't even defense points. WoW doesn't have a huge multiboxing threshold. Know what? WoW has bosses that even if you do everything right at the exactly the right moment, you will still get smashed. Know what? People deal with it. They brush themselves off, go over what may have gone wrong, and try again. With randoms no less. This isn't the only game, but by far the most well known. If you've ever done heroics or raids, you know it's incredibly easy to fall prey to one little fuck up in a group and all you do is replace him with another person who hopefully won't fuck up.
Multiboxing is an option because ankama allows it. Ankama doesn't want to deal with the backlash of suddenly forbidding it, even if they wanted to. But Ankama has made it's stance on it as this: We don't want people who only have an hour to play to fall behind those who have 8 hours to play.
Now, to this I have always said, 'Then why allow multiboxing because that just makes it so the people who have 8 hours to play 8x further than the person who has an hour to play.' It's unbelievably retarded in my opinion but oh well. That's their view and no one post is going to change it. So my guess is MM are the answer to the solo player's blight of not being able to find groups whenever he wants. So how about this, instead of complaining about multiboxers and how ankama gives you a not even p2w task of ensuring you have an option, (One because they aren't all that OP, two because you can buy them off the market) and talk to random people. Shout out for an hour your looking for people to do a dungeon. Spend time cultivating both friendship and personality. It's not an obscene thing unless you make it the case. If you want more friends, MAKE them. The only people who have to fear multiboxers, are people who don't see the clear option in front of them. Say hey to every random person you meet and make friends.
Now, is multiboxing an issue that destroys the sense of community? Yes. As a matter of fact, it is. Does that mean you need to let it? Not by a long shot. Be part of a movement. Encourage your nation leaders to set up something between nations or otherwise to help promote party play. This game gives you the world at your finger tips. Get off the forums and use it once in a while.
Suggestion: Bonta has a big fat mass of wealth. Maybe that could provide seed money to start a social movement. Just a hint.