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Baldur’s Gate 3 Is Getting Official Modding Support
  • It's quoted from the website in my previous comment. If you take the time to answer, at least read the comment ffs

    Anyway, it looks like you are just arguing for the sake of arguing, so I'm done here.

  • Baldur’s Gate 3 Is Getting Official Modding Support
  • You skipped the part where it specifically says you'll be able to create script mods with their modding tools, you just won't be able to publish them there. But you will be able to upload them somewhere else

  • Baldur’s Gate 3 Is Getting Official Modding Support
  • I mean, they ARE releasing modding tools. And from their Website , it's clear they also have no intention of preventing mods from outside their pipeline. Also, they don't have to have 'authorization' from WotC to release modding tools FOR THEIR OWN GAME (but they do have to respect certain guidelines)

    Changes that won’t be officially supported within our pipeline, like scripting changes or NSFW mods that wouldn't pass the moderation process due to platform-specific restrictions, may still be packed locally with mod.io’s toolset and uploaded to other mod distribution platforms>

  • Baldur’s Gate 3 Is Getting Official Modding Support
  • DnD fan made stuff is covered under the OGL, which allows players to modify and create their own content under the 5e ruleset. That's why many creators can produce (and monetize) their own stuff without having to pay a license

  • Only telling people my height in cm from now on
  • Not European, but from a country that also uses the metric system. We give out our height in meters, as you said. Saying it in cm would be okey for medical reasons I suppose. Also there isn't much difference in what unit you use, you just have to multiply/divide by 100, which is easily done in your head

  • Enshittification Rule
  • The golden rule of the internet. Anything hated at release has a high chance of becoming beloved once those who grew up with become adults.
    Truly bad stuff at release simply ends up forgotten.
    Nostalgia is way more powerful than rage

  • entropy
  • Think of a ball pit filled with balls of different colours. After a session of intense playing in it, presumably all the balls will have been mixed up. It's now in a state of high entropy, where all of the balls are evenly distributed across the pit. But now, what if I wanted to enter the pit and sort the balls by colour? We would then have a corner of blue balls, a corner of red ball, etc. we have invested energy in the system and sorted the balls by colour, they are now 'ordered', and in a low entropy state. We know this state won't last long though, once we get it and play the balls are gonna end up inevitably mixed up once again, the balls are going to end up in a high entropy equilibrium again.

  • entropy
  • It's not a 'scary cosmic horror', it's not even a force. It's a principle, a consequence of the second law of thermodynamics. In any isolated system, its energy will always strive towards balance, (eg, in a isolated room where one corner is hot and another cold, the temperature eventually will balance in a equilibrium). From this process of homogenization is where we derive the term entropy. Any homogeneous system has high entropy, for instance, as it is the tendency in any system for its components to be uniform. As a descriptor, one can measure in any system its level of entropy.
    In regards to your question, entropy doesn't have a will of its own, so it wouldn't have set out to stop the formation of the solar system. But eventually, the solar system WILL reach a state of high entropy, once the sun (the one providing the energy that keeps the solar system going) runs out of fuel and goes supernovae

  • Planet is headed for at least 2.5C of heating with disastrous results for humanity, poll of hundreds of scientists finds | Planet is headed for at least 2.5C of heating with disastrous results
  • In Córdoba Argentina weather has been getting crazy these last few years. We've been constantly getting 40°C+ temperatures in summer, an even in winter we've hit the 40°C mark (in the middle of July, mind you). Last year we only had like two days in the whole year where we managed to get minus 0°C temperatures