I guess you simply copied and pasted from Wikipedia. I'm not sure whether plagiarism is allowed here, but maybe it is because it's just a game. Nevertheless, that's pretty low.
Next time, try to make up your own story.
EDIT: Ah, you edited and removed the paragraphs from Wikipedia.
[Edited on 03/25/08 @ 01:34 AM]
Posted on 03/23/08 @ 06:39 PM
Plagiarism is illegal, is it not?
Posted on 03/23/08 @ 06:47 PM
As it is from en.wikipedia.org, it fall under the GNU Free Documentation License and "copy-left", meaning it can be "copied, modified, and redistributed so long as the new version grants the same freedoms to others and acknowledges the authors of the Wikipedia article used"
As such, you must place, at the end of your post, a link, possibly like my own, or using HyperText Markup Language (HTML) to point back at the article in which you got it.
I am not sure one the specifics, but it is just polite, even if you change the words, re-write them, etc., that you point back at the original place in which you got the information.
With the map, there ARE more creative ways to control the enemy's motion, mountains are not necessary.
Posted on 03/23/08 @ 07:18 PM
Robin also broke Richard the Lionheart out of a German prison after the Third Crusade
Fintrollx File Author
Posted on 03/24/08 @ 03:13 AM
yeh, i took from the wikipedia, tho i didn't know copying the generally shared information was illegal..
Posted on 03/24/08 @ 07:30 AM
Fintrollx, if you have read my above post, you would have found out, that due to the rather "open" characteristic of en.wikipedia.org, you are allowed to copy, or reproduce material there, as long as you allow copying of it, and also provided you have a link.
Not much to ask, really, as often the information there is written in a very easy way to read, in which you can have an easier time changing to your own words, with help from other informative, but (possibly) slightly more reliable.