Things not to put on your LARP website

1. Pirated PDFs of the game's rulebooks, clearly marked as "pirated books HERE!"

2. There is no #2.

I'd give a link to demonstrate the idiocy someone just invited me to, but there are forum rules against that.
 

Jadasc

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1. Wow.
2. Have you forwarded the link to the folks at White Wolf? I'm sure they'd be eager to hear.
 
Yeah, I dropped a line on their "Contact Us" e-mail form. It'll be interesting to see what comes of it.

It was someone I used to game with who invited me; he's not involved with the running of this thing, nor with the website. He told me the people who put it up "didn't know there were copyright issues."

It's probably a good thing I left town.
 

sim_james

Hello Mr. Horus!
An issue that I have with the Camarilla in my area, and one of the major reasons that I don't want to join, is the local Cam's very lax attitudes towards piracy of WW books.

There are unsold books in the FLGS of our city for which a large number of Cammies hold pirated PDF copies. Not cool.
 

Jadasc

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An issue that I have with the Camarilla in my area, and one of the major reasons that I don't want to join, is the local Cam's very lax attitudes towards piracy of WW books.

There are unsold books in the FLGS of our city for which a large number of Cammies hold pirated PDF copies. Not cool.
You're right; it isn't. Our local Camarilla chapter has the exact opposite position. But that may be because we've got a WW author and a couple game store owners/employees among its membership.
 
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sim_james

Hello Mr. Horus!
I should clarify that the Cam organisers don't actually condone this kind of thing. However, it is endemic.
 
Well, they've taken the books down now. I don't know if that's a result of my message to The Wolf or to the person who passed me the invite to the group...
 
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