Hello everyone,Happy now? And still more coming on this topic. But at least the solipsists will calm down, I hope.
I just want to clear up one little misunderstanding here once and for all.
You cannot impersonate yourself.
Telling others that you’re an alt of a character you own or telling them what other characters you own is not a EULA/TOS violation and will not get you banned.
With the possible exception of using your own alt to mimic your character using spelling trickery in order to trick people into accepting duels with a high skill monster when they thought they were going to duel with puny noob or something like that, and possibly some extreme weird and outlandish edge case we haven’t thought of yet – you cannot impersonate yourself. The example above would not even be self-impersonation as much as it would just be a simple spelling trickery type of deal where it doesn’t really matter who owns the characters in question.
Impersonating yourself does not follow good logic since you are yourself and that is not a violation of any policies we have.
Thanks for reading.
Lead GM Grimmi
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Friday, September 20, 2013
Solipsist assistant to the Quote of the Week
GM Grimmi delves into philosophy with his latest post. I reproduce it here in full because it amuses me quite a bit: