Bleeding for Harder Styles
- Jul 1, 2009
No insult intended but im a little miffed that you are against other modpacks using your product. This just makes it so people have to check both for downloads and updates, is there a reason behind this that we are not aware of? Are certain mods not giving proper credit?
Again it is your product to do with as you see fit but im curious...
I think its very reasonble that Arko prefers to have control of how the mod is published himself. He has made it so that its compatible with most mods(and he did not rule out alowing people to incorperate it if its not compatible). Again its also nice to actually use the cool new mod dirctory that Paradox has made, that allow people to easily use exactly the different kind of mods that they want(if its only total overhauls, we could just aswell overwrite vanilla like in other Paradox games)
Aasmul resumed pretty well the situation.
-my mod is compatible with almost any mod, even some coa mods.
-the modular system for mods created by PI is a just a pure jewel not used enough.
-It gives me more liberty for updating and developping.
-On updates : this mod keeps compatibility even through patches without updates, or at least shouldn't causes bugs or crashes.
-as said I'm not against integration, I only limit it to situation where there is compatibility issues and complementary ones. (i don't see the point to mix it with a mod expandind the map in China as my mod is about western Coa).
-I try to keep some quality level and coherence for my coa and I don't want it to be mixed with coa made with the sad technic consisting in "take the first coa found on wiki, cut or resize it and voilà" which is a widespread method in mods -that can't be compatible-
Here are my though on it.
Next update soOn with.... more Coats of Arms and a new category of dynastic coa. Stay tuned !