coincidentally both of these are banned on other sites i've played onOriginally Posted by hollowkatt 1634920554 (#12)What is the difference between a faked mod post and quote hacking another players post when you're responding to it?
Like clearly a faked mod post comes from a player, not a moderator/game moderator right? If players are paying attention to who's posting what it should be clear within minutes that the faked mod post isn't actually from a moderator.
I would argue that this should be a legal action to take within a mafia game and that if you fall for it it's because you're not paying close enough attention.
To me there's no difference between faking a mod post and doing something like this:
We all know what Guillo actually said, if we click on the link to go to the post in question, and yet, at first glance the post I "hacked" looks completely legitimate.Originally Posted by Guillotina 1634918252 (#10)I think this is totally fine, it's something I'd do as a player for the lolsOriginally Posted by bopolis 1634831056 (#7)if it is ensured that mod posts can't be faked,Originally Posted by Guillotina 1634830680 (#6)In my opinion it shouldnt be allowed.
The modpost role exists for a reason and that is to ensure that mod communication cannot be deliberately faked by a player.
then why not allow it?
I don't find that to be angleshooting or otherwise against the rules or unwritten rules of mafia.