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I'm going to take some "liberties" with your post, like proper grammar. Also, I'm against modding. Simply because I don't agree with using guns you can't find in the game, they're not in there for a reason. NOW, i'm not against constructing, as long as you have the weapon in your inventory to start with. For example, I found a Tsunami, level 61. I "fixed" it. Why? Because it was plagued with a thumper magazine, and had no scope. I simply made it actually useful to who was going to use it. This is my stance, as will be most others on the wiki as this place doesn't take kindly to modding. [[User:NOhara24|NOhara24]] 22:51, August 19, 2010 (UTC)
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I'm going to take some "liberties" with your post, like proper grammar. Also, I'm against modding. Simply because I don't agree with using guns you can't find in the game, they're not in there for a reason. NOW, i'm not against constructing, as long as you have the weapon in your inventory to start with. For example, I found a Tsunami, level 61. I "fixed" it. Why? Because it was plagued with a thumper magazine, and had no scope. I simply made it actually useful to who was going to use it. This is my stance, as will be most others on the wiki as this place doesn't take kindly to modding. [[User:NOhara24|NOhara24]] 22:51, August 19, 2010 (UTC)
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It's a slippery slope. Starts with duping. In fact, duping is why it's so bad. Too easy for overpowered guns to proliferate. Comes down to intention. If somebody wants to be a jerk, they will. I have a stock shotty and a glitched shield. I don't use them, nor would I ever brag about them. Got them as dupes of dupes that my buddy got online (duped) back before I knew how to mod anything. Point is, I could be a prick with them, but I'm not. It's kinda like flamethrowers in Halo. The person holding it has a decision to make. Whether it's something that originated in the game code or not, it all comes down to personal choices. And most of the kids that are being pricks online aren't allowed on their parents' computers, and will probably never see any of these rants. Odds are, they're 12 year olds. [[User:Whackygord|WhackyGordon]] 23:03, August 19, 2010 (UTC)

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Forums: Index > Watercooler > Why Peple are jerks About Modding

I hate modding, becauseYOU'RE CHEATING!

2. I hate people that think that they're hot sh1t cause they can kill you with a stock gun.

3. It ruins the game, once one mod hits the public it spreads like a virus, then everyone has it and then you try to fight craw with legit guns and every game you join is infested with modders.

4. If you're running around with a full skill pool, it further breaks the game.

5. You can't kill a level 70 character unless you're using mordecai's tresspass skill.


Whatever agree or dissagree post your comments below. I want to see what everyone's stance is on this. Drejnaught 22:07, August 19, 2010 (UTC)Drejnaught


I'm going to take some "liberties" with your post, like proper grammar. Also, I'm against modding. Simply because I don't agree with using guns you can't find in the game, they're not in there for a reason. NOW, i'm not against constructing, as long as you have the weapon in your inventory to start with. For example, I found a Tsunami, level 61. I "fixed" it. Why? Because it was plagued with a thumper magazine, and had no scope. I simply made it actually useful to who was going to use it. This is my stance, as will be most others on the wiki as this place doesn't take kindly to modding. NOhara24 22:51, August 19, 2010 (UTC)


It's a slippery slope. Starts with duping. In fact, duping is why it's so bad. Too easy for overpowered guns to proliferate. Comes down to intention. If somebody wants to be a jerk, they will. I have a stock shotty and a glitched shield. I don't use them, nor would I ever brag about them. Got them as dupes of dupes that my buddy got online (duped) back before I knew how to mod anything. Point is, I could be a prick with them, but I'm not. It's kinda like flamethrowers in Halo. The person holding it has a decision to make. Whether it's something that originated in the game code or not, it all comes down to personal choices. And most of the kids that are being pricks online aren't allowed on their parents' computers, and will probably never see any of these rants. Odds are, they're 12 year olds. WhackyGordon 23:03, August 19, 2010 (UTC)

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