The Server Of The JinGames Dragon Block

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  • #38790

    Sérgio de Carvalho
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    Hello I would like to give the suggestion to please put the server to minecraft pirate I am from Brazil and we love your mods please put the server to minecraft pirate because I would like to play it my nick in minecraft is Sergio_107 please try to do that. 🙂

  • #38791

    Sam Noé
    Participant

    You’re literally suggestting Jin to support ILLEGAL VERSIONS OF MINECRAFT so that you can play ILLEGALLY and you even dare ask him ? You even dare think he’s gonna accept ? You even dare put a smiley ?
    NorMAlly your post would have been totally ignored if not erased, but someone gotta explain you how grave is your demand.

  • #38792

    Gabriel
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    This is not an illegal version of minecraft … Why, when you make a server, there is an option Connect OnlineMode = True, so it is not illegal to hack minecraft …

    Notch said this on his twitter:
    The creator of the game Minecraft, known for not thinking that piracy is a crime, spoke on his Twitter in response to a follower who asked for a free account of the game that, if he does not have the money to buy, should use piracy and also added “If you still like the game when you can afford it, just buy it in the future. Just do not forget to feel bad”
    Notch has the view that if someone hacked a game that was not a lost sale, but a late sale.

  • #38793

    Gabriel
    Participant

    So Minecraft Pirate is not illegal!

  • #38798

    JonHop
    Participant

    dear sergio just no we won’t do that because we support normal minecraft and won’t make a pirated copy if you would please not ask for it again i would sincerely appriciate it.

    With the best wishes from a mod from the server

  • #38801

    Gabriel
    Participant

    Notch said this on his twitter:
    The creator of the game Minecraft, known for not thinking that piracy is a crime, spoke on his Twitter in response to a follower who asked for a free account of the game that, if he does not have the money to buy, should use piracy and also added “If you still like the game when you can afford it, just buy it in the future. Just do not forget to feel bad”
    Notch has the view that if someone hacked a game that was not a lost sale, but a late sale.

  • #38802

    Gabriel
    Participant

    So you do not need to support the original minecraft

  • #38803

    superciano06
    Participant

    You still need to support the legal minecraft eitherway.

  • #38804

    Aegous
    Participant

    It is just extra work trying to run an offline server and why should they go to that effort for a bunch of pikey twats who don’t want to cough up $26.

  • #38870

    Sam Noé
    Participant

    Notch, first doesn’t have the ownership of the game anymore and so cannot decide which way of obtaining MC is good or not, and second he basically says here he understands some people cannot afford to buy the game and so uses pirate versions until they can afford legal versions, but “don’t forget to feel bad”, which means he does not support in any case pirate versions.
    And honestly, when you have the pirate version, where is the point in spending 25 dollars to have the exact same game you already had for free long ago, huh ?
    Furthemore the talk isn’t about lost solds, but about legality. Pirating is by definition agaisnt law. Some forms of pirated content might actually be useful, like censored documentaries for example. But here it’s simply a game. Not willing to pay the fruit of years of work from Mojang is incredibly direspectful. Even though I suppose we all have once in our life used pirated content (watching DBS on YT instead of the official site/dub for example), but that doesn’t mean it deserves support. Out.

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