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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer May 2 2015, 10:36am replied:

If there isn't, someone should make them.

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer May 1 2015, 10:21pm says:

He seems worried, he probably didn't use protection and left his DNA on the scene.

He knows it's only a matter of time...

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer May 1 2015, 10:12pm says:

Well, at least you still have one...

..I suppose, at least.

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer May 1 2015, 10:07pm replied:

I took a look at the first page (as it stands now) and the last 2 pages of your comment history, but I found nothing.

Maybe that was just stupidity trying to infect you, but your antibodies destroyed it before permanent damage could be done.

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer May 1 2015, 11:43am replied:

No...

OMG! The stupidity plague has infected Kalga! Someone get help!

Don't worry Kalga, you will be alright, it's on its early stage.

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 30 2015, 10:42pm replied:

*Hands nobel prize of accomplishment*

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BioDestroyer Apr 30 2015, 10:40pm replied:

Water shield! Get your water shield right here!

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 30 2015, 10:15pm says:

2:35
That would be a good monster for a horror game.

4:04
The physics of some games.

4:20
An apple keeps the hot doctor away, but not her clothes... Which fruit inverts that? ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

9:03
He lost his clothes the other times he crossed walls.

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 30 2015, 11:53am replied:

'Murica! **** YEAH!

I wonder when will someone make a game/movie where the US is the bad guy, that is the single biggest innovation they could make to these types of movies/games.

I guess I'll have to wait until I've learned how to make games so I can make it myself. xD

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 29 2015, 9:29pm replied:

Forget the PS. I think that when I copied the comment to someplace else to split it so I could upload it here, I may have copied it from the 'preview' instead of the comment box, so that's why it "didn't work". It was my fault. :/

I didn't commit any grammar mistakes, so I had to **** up the text formatting. xD

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 29 2015, 9:06pm says:

Winter arrived? Finally!

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 29 2015, 4:23pm replied:

If it were only cosmetic things, like Sven Co-op's golden uzi (Which, IIRC, server runners also got even if they didn't donate (I think it was a thank you because they help keep the mod alive)), it would not be a problem. I remember Cry of Fear did something, I think it was a gun, but I don't know how that functioned.

But even if some modders started adding one or two things to donators, it would be a lot less corruption to the community than paid mods, especially because a lot of people would complain if they kept a lot of content donators-only.

PS: I don't know why, but the quote system ModDB has didn't work on those 3 comments, I would have fixed it, but the first comment was about to reach the 5 min limit. :/

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 29 2015, 11:25am replied:

This comment is great, 'fascist tears' is the perfect way to end it.

AHH MOTHERLAND!

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 29 2015, 11:18am replied:

That's what a heretic would say...

Now seriously, it would be awesome to have passionate modders working full time on their mods, this would give us better mods, and would prevent the death of many.

That's a good side that I fully agree with, but the cons surpass the pros.

A quote from my huge comment on ModDB's article about this:

Quote:This would attract people that would exploit the system, that would corrupt the system. I don't think we need that for modding.


This would work in a perfect world, unfortunately, ours isn't.

I don't think there is a way an ad system similar to YouTube's could work on mods. I'm not sure how sponsorships could work. I agree with donations 100%.

People say that the majority of people don't donate, but that's because donating isn't a common practice, most mods don't even have a way to donate, and when they do, it's through some outside mechanism, which sometimes varies from mod to mod. If we add a donate system on the Workshop, Nexus, ModDB, etc, it would make donating much easier, because it would be through the same system, and through a site we already trust.

Indeed, those softwares are expensive as ****, but there are free alternatives (Example: Modeling has Blender, which seems to be really good, although I haven't started using it a lot yet, only did a cup following a tutorial from YouTube), and besides, since they don't use it to profit, I don't think it would be morally wrong to pirate them.

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 28 2015, 5:00pm replied:

...

And another quote from myself, just to add it here:

Quote:
When I see The Core, Twisted Insurrection, Enderal, Mental Omega, Sins of the Prophets, Rise of the Reds, Stargate Space Conflict, Luftahraan, and many others, for many different games, I see passion, passion for the game being modded, passion for the idea being created, passion for modding itself. Most of the time for all of these 3.

That's how I want modding to be, even if that means it stays somewhat small.

I'M HONESTLY SORRY FOR SUCH A LONG COMMENT, I HAD TO SAY IT.

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 28 2015, 4:59pm replied:

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Quote:
How should paid mods exist?

Paid mods should not exist. A completely VOLUNTARY DONATION system should. Do the majority of people do not donate? CONVINCE THEM OTHERWISE!

I would donate if I could, and I intend to donate whenever the still-to-come future allows me to.

Most people don't donate because donating to a mod team is not a common practice, few do it, and the ones that do are sometimes not obvious about it. Having a big DONATE button on the mod's page would be a great beginning to chance it, be it on the Workshop, Nexus or ModDB.

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We need to be understanding that growth may come at a cost

As I already said on this comment, that cost is not worth it.

Now, to end my biggest comment ever:

Since I've said this 3 times here on ModDB, I'll just quote myself:

Quote:
Modding is about passion, be it for the game being modded, the idea you're creating, or modding itself. If that passion isn't enough to fuel somebody's will to mod, then don't mod.

The reply I got by Spike-Bozzled on that comment (It adds up to what I said):

Quote:
If modding is such a chore for you, that you feel like you HAVE to be compensated by the community for your work, then you shouldn't be modding. Or if you feel that your work is so exceptional that you need to be paid for it, then try to get hired on with a development company, or make an indie game, not a mod.
Modding is about using your skill to take a game that you love, and make it better. To do things that the developers won't, because you don't have to worry about money, publishers or time-constraints, you just want to make something and share it with the community.

...

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 28 2015, 4:56pm says:

Would there be growth from paid mods? Yes. Would it be worth? I don't think so.

Would it allow modders that do it for love to do more, bigger and better mods? Yes. Would it be worth? No.

This would attract people that would exploit the system, that would corrupt the system. I don't think we need that for modding. Would there be benefits? Yes, but the cons would surpass them.

Quote:
"We brought this on ourselves"

No, we didn't. Back when we had Expansions they were mostly good, but nowadays with DLCs, as time passes, developers charge more for less content. THEY are bringing this to THEMSELVES. They could have put effort to find a way that was fair to both sides, but they instead chose the easier and greedier way.

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Mods are the holy grail

That's why we are fighting to protect them. We don't need the corruption of greed to destroy them just as it's doing to everything else.

Quote:
Gone but coming back

I say we should keep fighting and prevent them from doing that, creating paid mods on games yet to be released.

Developers deserve to make money, we all need it to survive in the modern world, but we can't allow greed corrupt everything.

From wikipedia:

Quote:
Greed (Latin, avaritia), also known as avarice, cupidity, or covetousness, is the inordinate desire to possess wealth, goods, or objects of abstract value with the intention to keep it for one's self, far beyond the dictates of basic survival and comfort. It is applied to a markedly high desire for and pursuit of wealth, status, and power.

...

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 28 2015, 4:00pm replied:

Kalga, when I posted that comment I had a feeling you were going to find it if you searched for it.

I was right. :)

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BioDestroyer Apr 28 2015, 11:36am replied:

A lot of women actually admit they are *****, so the marketing department might very well put it very clear what their consumer target is...

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 28 2015, 11:30am says:

Indeed, the battle is over, we won, but the threat of its return is still very much possible.

And we might have a civil war starting too, I posted it on the description of this image on the PC Gamer group: Moddb.com

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 28 2015, 11:25am replied:

That image was posted here a while ago, I remember it.

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 28 2015, 11:22am replied:

Don't forget that tigers are cats. The tiger seems happy, he's probably thinking "Good, human servant, keep me warm during the cold day."

The other two seem to also want a human servant.

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 28 2015, 11:17am replied:

Probably? Certainly less likely.

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 28 2015, 11:13am replied:

Well, if he sees this ad everyday, while going to work/school, it would be relatively easier to remember.

But indeed, I don't know what product this is, but I'm buying it!

The only problem is I don't have a cat...

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 28 2015, 11:01am says:

I fail to understand how can people defend paid mods.

As I've said 2 times already here on ModDB, mods are about passion, if that passion isn't enough, don't mod.

When I see The Core, Twisted Insurrection, Enderal, Mental Omega, Sins of the Prophets, Rise of the Reds, Stargate Space Conflict, Luftahraan, and many others, for many different games, I see passion, passion for the game being modded, passion for the idea being created, passion for modding itself. Most of the time for all of these 3.

That's how I want modding to be, even if that means it stays somewhat small.

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 27 2015, 3:17pm replied:

( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 27 2015, 10:50am says:

"...and then it goes kaboom. Do you like it, my Führer?"

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 27 2015, 10:43am says:

Looks a lot like AW. I never played COD, but the fact we get one every year and the fact they all look the same (and also the fact everyone gets all hyped for it) is making me get tired of it simply existing.

The gameplay looked fun back when I saw MW2, but now it doesn't look fun anymore.

The only thing I like is that the campaigns have a very good atmosphere of war, but that's all I would give them.

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 25 2015, 7:33pm replied:

Let's do this!

I got Blender this week, I've made a simple cup following a tutorial from youtube. I'm now going to search for all of the keyboard shortcuts and the most useful features so that I can start to get the hang of modeling.

I would also like to learn how to make concept art (Digital painting), but I'm not sure if it's doable without a drawing tablet. I'll keep searching, though.

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 25 2015, 7:11pm replied:

Modding is about passion, be it for the game being modded, the idea you're creating, or modding itself. If that passion isn't enough to fuel somebody's will to mod, then don't mod.

If time constraints are the problem, then that's another story, I'll wish them the best of luck, so that they are able to develop their dream mod.

The "I can get paid" motivation is cheap. Besides, the fact Valve and Bethesda get 75% of the sales makes the "support mod authors" and "support the creators" lines sound like an excuse just to make even more money.

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