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8-23-2009 @ 9:41PM
I presume you had permission to rip off wowwiki ?"By the start of the Second War Gilneas was one of the most powerful human nations, and because of this, the kingdom's ruler, Genn Greymane, was not a strong supporter of the Alliance, believing that his own armies would be more than enough to deal with any threat.""At the advent of the Second War, Gilneas was considered one of the strongest human kingdoms, so much so that Greymane was very resistant in supporting the newly-formed Grand Alliance to battle the Orc threat, thinking Gilneas could easily fend for itself."etc so much plagiarism
8-23-2009 @ 10:38PM
Really now; how many ways can you say the same thing?dont hate.
8-23-2009 @ 11:21PM
They still could have cited the sources.
8-24-2009 @ 5:05AM
looking at the fact that they get most of their information from wowwiki and have said that in the past I believe, they dont wanna re-word stuff that is perfectly fine to use (no, wiki stuff is generally not in copyright laws for using in stuff like this) if they was to re-word it all they have chances of wording things in ways that might make the meaning look different accidently.
8-24-2009 @ 7:18AM
You don't know that Sacco didn't WRITE the wowwiki article... hehe. Just sayin'.
8-25-2009 @ 9:26AM
Content posted to wikis is generally considered to be public domain, as it is free for anyone to edit.However, the truth of WoWWiki is that a good 70% of their lore articles are direct copy & paste from the WoW RPG sourcebooks. They've been working on rewriting that information, but for now, they've got a lot of plagiarized stuff.
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