Boundless Code of Conduct


counts plotting in the direct neighbourhood (without encircling) as stopping someone from expanding?


I think it may be best to avoid posting a real life address in game, and honestly, it probably shouldn’t be posted on the forums. Even if you don’t live there any more, Someone does, and it opens them to real-life grieffing, which can be dangerous (swatting, anyone?). The name Morningwood Pier is probably sufficiently different though, seeing as there could be any number of streets, towns, products, people, with the name Morningwood in existence. It’s a pretty name, btw. :slight_smile:


Sigh does it really matter? It is public domain/knowledge anyways.


@WidowMaker It may be public domain, but there’s no need to draw attention to someone’s home for no reason. There are people out there who will do nasty things to others, just because they can…

@molav That is true, but at the same time, almost anything can be twisted around to be perverted, racist, etc, and anyone can find a way to be offended at almost anything if they want to. In the end, it all comes down to the dev’s best judgement. Though I hope they take into account all sides of a story… if someone reported Morningwood Pier as being offensive, I hope they talk to the owner first and get his/her story too. After all, the guy is naming it after a childhood street, which makes the person who reported it the real pervert, cause their mind went there…


I don’t think they directly meant you, rather the hypothetical person reporting the name… and even still, this sounds like a foot-in-mouth miss-speak sort of situation, not something intended to cause personal offense.


I didn’t directly mean molav, and I’m sorry if it was taken that way. It is as Havok40k said, a hypothetical person, and yes I probably did stick my foot in my mouth. Apologies all around. I stand by the statement though…

PS from me, ‘pervert’ isn’t even an insult. I’m the biggest pervert I know, so how the heck can I judge?