Started by Seekr, Aug 01, 2021, 03:35 AM
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Quote from: Playtester on Aug 02, 2021, 07:32 AMThat rAthena/Herc have bugs has nothing to do with them not being able to be brought down by Gravity. And devs certainly don't add them intentionally. It's simply that there is no way to put copyright on source code. Even "ideas" are hard to copyright, they must include some new unique concept if you want to copyright them and "I make an MMORPG" is not one.It's art, music and brand names that are copyrighted, but those are in the client and not the server.By the way is Ragnarok Travels really based on Aegis? I mean I guess nobody would admit if it was as it would make it attackable. But I'd claim it would be impossible for a single person to code an 100% accurate emulator all by himself.
Quote from: Ara on Aug 01, 2021, 11:40 PMI've been curious for a while now, what does it mean to not be rAthena/Hercules based btw? Like I've been under the impression that those were like kinda huge community projects on emulating the Ragnarok... backend stuff? What does it mean to not have to use an emulator? Or is his server like running his own emulator that he made himself (whatever Odin is?), which apparently doesn't have bugs that the well-known emulators do or something?Also, why would this be "more expensive" to run?Not really knowledgeable about how the actually server stuff works, thanks if anyone can help me understand these!
Quote from: Nova on Aug 02, 2021, 08:39 AMOdin is just his database that's locked behind a $30 paywall that isn't even available yet (or is it) while he has been promising and talking about it for months.
Quote from: Rayeth on Aug 02, 2021, 06:03 AMLol at these people here trying to accuse the owner of being bad and mocking his intelligence. Ya'll are cry babies, its just a game... nobody ask you all to play this game. Retaliating with simple changes on the server and getting you banned from breaking the rules is why this server is different than any server that is up and running right now.