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Date Signed Up:10/31/2011
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#60 - Perhaps.. then Im not normal I guess :'( 16 hours ago on Oh No -11
#58 - Im not saying I dont like skinny, Im saying I dont like eyes t…  [+] (4 new replies) 17 hours ago on Oh No -20
#106 - fefe (13 hours ago) [-]
Truth. Gotta watch out for those cereal killers.
#59 - crimsonsunshine (16 hours ago) [-]
Her teeth are pretty normal...
#163 - crossninja (7 hours ago) [-]
**crossninja used "*roll picture*"**
**crossninja rolled image** this girl look like that one bitch who calls herself ''gamer girl''
#60 - bollenn (16 hours ago) [-]
Perhaps.. then Im not normal I guess :'(
#32 - Haha ye something like that will probably happen :/  [+] (1 new reply) 17 hours ago on The Age of Mods Comes... 0
User avatar #33 - namdelliks (17 hours ago) [-]
Ergo, why people are all pissy
#30 - the **** , that I understand why people can be so frustr…  [+] (3 new replies) 17 hours ago on The Age of Mods Comes... 0
User avatar #31 - namdelliks (17 hours ago) [-]
Some people also pointed out it could make bethesda lazy. If they were working on the next elder scrolls and they wanted to add flails, but the flail physics were proving troublesome and would end up extending the release date, they could easily just not put them in and say 'someone will mod it in'. Which they would still get a cut of.
#32 - bollenn (17 hours ago) [-]
Haha ye something like that will probably happen :/
User avatar #33 - namdelliks (17 hours ago) [-]
Ergo, why people are all pissy
#27 - Aye a donation button would suffice, and I totally agree that …  [+] (5 new replies) 17 hours ago on The Age of Mods Comes... +1
User avatar #29 - namdelliks (17 hours ago) [-]
The split for Skyrim is set at 25% for the creator, 45% for bethesda, and 30% for Valve. Which a lot of people are upset about.
#30 - bollenn (17 hours ago) [-]
the fuck, that I understand why people can be so frustrated about.
Bethesda only learns from the mods on what to bring forth in future games, and people buy the game cause they know it's modable. They should get nothing from this. Steam should get a few percentages from it though as they probably has a few people working on this. But that amount is too much.
User avatar #31 - namdelliks (17 hours ago) [-]
Some people also pointed out it could make bethesda lazy. If they were working on the next elder scrolls and they wanted to add flails, but the flail physics were proving troublesome and would end up extending the release date, they could easily just not put them in and say 'someone will mod it in'. Which they would still get a cut of.
#32 - bollenn (17 hours ago) [-]
Haha ye something like that will probably happen :/
User avatar #33 - namdelliks (17 hours ago) [-]
Ergo, why people are all pissy
#24 - You are arguing against yourself it feels like, if people dont…  [+] (7 new replies) 17 hours ago on The Age of Mods Comes... 0
User avatar #25 - namdelliks (17 hours ago) [-]
That's why people are suggesting valve just add a 'donation' button. So people who enjoy and want to support the creator can, without the content being hid behind a paywall so the community can stay tightly knit. Which would also prevent people from selling out. Whats to stop the makers of SkyUI, one of the most well known and most useful mods out there, from removing their mod from all sites and uploading it to the steam workshop for $19.99. Some people would say that mod is necessary to play skyrim, as it fixes the horrid UI bethesda created, and also adds a mod configuration menu, which lets you tweak your other mods. Plus, Bethesda gets some of that money! For their shitty UI! That's not exactly fair.
#27 - bollenn (17 hours ago) [-]
Aye a donation button would suffice, and I totally agree that the game creator and steam should not really get little to no cash from the people that buy the mods, should go to the creator.
User avatar #29 - namdelliks (17 hours ago) [-]
The split for Skyrim is set at 25% for the creator, 45% for bethesda, and 30% for Valve. Which a lot of people are upset about.
#30 - bollenn (17 hours ago) [-]
the fuck, that I understand why people can be so frustrated about.
Bethesda only learns from the mods on what to bring forth in future games, and people buy the game cause they know it's modable. They should get nothing from this. Steam should get a few percentages from it though as they probably has a few people working on this. But that amount is too much.
User avatar #31 - namdelliks (17 hours ago) [-]
Some people also pointed out it could make bethesda lazy. If they were working on the next elder scrolls and they wanted to add flails, but the flail physics were proving troublesome and would end up extending the release date, they could easily just not put them in and say 'someone will mod it in'. Which they would still get a cut of.
#32 - bollenn (17 hours ago) [-]
Haha ye something like that will probably happen :/
User avatar #33 - namdelliks (17 hours ago) [-]
Ergo, why people are all pissy
#31 - Comment deleted 17 hours ago on I quit part 2 0
#21 - That's not what they are doing. Also people are paying over th…  [+] (10 new replies) 17 hours ago on The Age of Mods Comes... -1
#22 - namdelliks (17 hours ago) [-]
>Not what they're doing

Have you looked at the workshop? It's almost exclusively cheap weapons. And why would anyone pay for a mod when they can go to nexus mods and get it free? Having the option for a paid mod ruins the entire modding community. People can put their mods "exclusively on the workshop" and charge what they want for it. Which defeats the purpose of mods. At that point it's not a mod it's DLC. and yes, there are crazy good mods like Falksaar, but that is FREE. 30+ hours of gameplay for free, while people are charging real US dollars for a sword that you might use for a few minutes and be like, "well that was neat, but this vanilla sword has better stats anyway."
#151 - firesky (9 hours ago) [-]
How dare modders would like to get compensated for the time they invest into their mod... I guess if you could earn money with your hobby you would never take that chance?
Also modders still have the option to give their mod away for free, even on Steam, if they want.

And if you're stupid enough to pay for weapon skins you deserve it no better (No matter the game)
#24 - bollenn (17 hours ago) [-]
You are arguing against yourself it feels like, if people dont want the damn swords they don't buy the damn swords. I just feel that the people that make the big game mods deserve some pay out, I dont care if people add their crappy skins, I wont buy them anyway, wouldnt want them even if it was free probably.
User avatar #25 - namdelliks (17 hours ago) [-]
That's why people are suggesting valve just add a 'donation' button. So people who enjoy and want to support the creator can, without the content being hid behind a paywall so the community can stay tightly knit. Which would also prevent people from selling out. Whats to stop the makers of SkyUI, one of the most well known and most useful mods out there, from removing their mod from all sites and uploading it to the steam workshop for $19.99. Some people would say that mod is necessary to play skyrim, as it fixes the horrid UI bethesda created, and also adds a mod configuration menu, which lets you tweak your other mods. Plus, Bethesda gets some of that money! For their shitty UI! That's not exactly fair.
#27 - bollenn (17 hours ago) [-]
Aye a donation button would suffice, and I totally agree that the game creator and steam should not really get little to no cash from the people that buy the mods, should go to the creator.
User avatar #29 - namdelliks (17 hours ago) [-]
The split for Skyrim is set at 25% for the creator, 45% for bethesda, and 30% for Valve. Which a lot of people are upset about.
#30 - bollenn (17 hours ago) [-]
the fuck, that I understand why people can be so frustrated about.
Bethesda only learns from the mods on what to bring forth in future games, and people buy the game cause they know it's modable. They should get nothing from this. Steam should get a few percentages from it though as they probably has a few people working on this. But that amount is too much.
User avatar #31 - namdelliks (17 hours ago) [-]
Some people also pointed out it could make bethesda lazy. If they were working on the next elder scrolls and they wanted to add flails, but the flail physics were proving troublesome and would end up extending the release date, they could easily just not put them in and say 'someone will mod it in'. Which they would still get a cut of.
#32 - bollenn (17 hours ago) [-]
Haha ye something like that will probably happen :/
User avatar #33 - namdelliks (17 hours ago) [-]
Ergo, why people are all pissy
#52 - It's not even a mistake, this will only bring forth greater mo…  [+] (1 new reply) 17 hours ago on Oh, man of little faith... -5
User avatar #56 - Lainge (16 hours ago) [-]
At least put some effort into your shitposting man.
#11 - I dont gets the last frame 17 hours ago on Poor squidward -3

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#1 - dareposta (11/13/2012) [-]
is your dwarven key for sale?
#2 to #1 - bollenn ONLINE (11/13/2012) [-]
Nah sorry not for now, just started collecting items and don't know their rarirty
#3 to #2 - dareposta (11/13/2012) [-]
ok :3
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