I like the rp setting, and I'd make something similar. But not copy pasting, and not the exact ideas.
Exactly. Unfortunately some people can't grasp that concept. For me, having known this user and rp since it was first created (before this particular rp) I feel like I need to defend his work. I know how difficult it is to create interesting, original material and when someone comes and snatches it without permission it makes my blood boil
Definitely. Just changing a few words, giving them credit, and using it WITHOUT consulting the owner of the work is not...not morally correct, nor is it lawfully correct. Plagiarism.
@fell_ that is true. However I also believe that people have no respect for other's original work. Such as this person. I find it disappointing as it is a lack of respect to the creator.
@triforce16nerdacious you're welcome man.
People in roleplay groups these days aren't what they used to be :3
@fell_ thank you.
Yo, just saying, User. You should work on tweaking your literary errors. I believe your attitude also needs some work. You were very rude in the sense of trying to hastily end a conversation by saying 'Bye'. To a moderator...?
If anyone did that to me in real life, they would most certainly not look good in my eyes.
You're shedding a poor light for yourself dude.
Make sure you cite properly.
English class 101.
And it's better to take a screenshot after he's said it's fine. Otherwise it's just an unread message.
@triforce16nerdacious if that is your opinion on the matter it wouldn’t matter how I personally worded it, as this is in fact a typical apocalyptic zombie role-play with advanced stages of a plague in flesh. In a sense this plot is a combination of left 4 dead, and Walking dead.
So with that being said regardless of how I personally worded it, it would essentially be the same thing.
I simply enjoy the way in which he phrased his plot, and I am using his wording.
With that said, I have no desire to debate this so have a great evening.
Just to put your mind at ease I will PERSONALLY message him, and inform him of my intentions with his plot.