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Hey everybody,This is xMPx Nova signing back on to the wiki. As some ofyou may have noticed, I haven't been involved with the wiki in a while. I use to be a constant everyday contributor on here. So it is good to be back. When I signed back on and went to the forums expecting to reengage in the exciting conversations that partake on here, the first thing I noticed was that the mod non-mod battle was still being fought. I thought to myself,"Wow, I have been gone for this long and this battle is still going on!" I just started playing B'lands again. And everywhere I look there are the stock weapons and the rose omega. I am not dissing anyone that uses them, because I use them myself. But the growth of these items is rediculous. I do not believe noobs should have them. I believe, if you beat the game fairly, then you can take part in them. I am not saying that you shouldn't use modded items, I am just saying that those 2 items are no fun to use when you are trying to beat the game. I am all for modding! And you non-modders, where in the heck do you get off? Quit being jerks to the people that do use mods. It is getting pretty old. Just freaking get along. I am not trying to start a fight, I am simply just expressing my oppinion. XMPx Nova 18:56, August 17, 2010 (UTC)

Yet you just started another thread about it. Other people have expressed your exact sentiments as well as a plethera of similar and opposing ones. C'mon guy, don't feed the trolls :p Phoenixlol 19:02, August 17, 2010 (UTC)

It is a pretty awkward issue to address. I've been working on putting together a respectable page about modding in the hopes that cooler heads prevail. I haven't had a chance to put much time into it yet, but I've been experimenting so I know what I'm talking about more.. WhackyGordon 19:09, August 17, 2010 (UTC)

That's cool, I don't think anyone has a problem with you expressing your opinion. But you'll have to do thers the same courtesy, instead of asking "Where do you get off?" I don't have a problem with modding if you're playing offline, or with a group in a private match. It's when others with mods join a match, and expose others to possible game-wrecking glitches and save corruptions. So when it affects other people, they most certainly have the right to bitch about it. Other than that, the only issue I have is when people try to pass mods off as legit weapons. I haven't seen an argument in this forum in a long time about mods that wasn't just about people lyinig about their weaps rather than just the principle itself.GT: ConceitedJarrad XBOX360 19:16, August 17, 2010 (UTC)

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