1. Post #41
    Nick Clegg's Avatar
    April 2011
    223 Posts
    Nope. Maybe on your crappy unlegit version, but on the official version, 32 players work just fine.
    The "Crappy unlegit" version is better because it can run on linux.

    Edited:

    and the above.
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  2. Post #42
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    August 2009
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    "pirates" = Cheap 7 year olds, who don't take their community seriously.

    Just saying..
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  3. Post #43
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    May 2010
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    Use the money to get someone to make your own custom one
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  4. Post #44
    FlapadarV2's Avatar
    December 2010
    1,802 Posts
    "pirates" = Cheap 7 year olds, who don't take their community seriously.

    Just saying..
    Instead of wasting 200 on a shitty script, you can spend it on better quality hosting. So they're 7 year olds who don't take their community seriously?
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  5. Post #45
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    August 2008
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    "pirates" = Cheap 7 year olds, who don't take their community seriously.

    Just saying..
    pirates = people who don't want to pay 20x the cost of the game for a gamemode.

    Good communities = people who coded their script from scratch instead of buying it like a fucking moron.
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  6. Post #46
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    August 2009
    49 Posts
    You don't need to run Open Aura. If you take your community seriously, just run something else or pay the money for a legit version. I'm just saying that people who use crappy unlegit versions are not taking their communities seriously.

    If you want to run something else than Open Aura that doesn't cost any money, sure. Why not? But how will your community be any unique and qualitative if you're just one crappy unlegit Open Aura server out of several others?
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  7. Post #47
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    December 2010
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    You don't need to run Open Aura. If you take your community seriously, just run something else or pay the money for a legit version. I'm just saying that people who use crappy unlegit versions are not taking their communities seriously.

    If you want to run something else than Open Aura that doesn't cost any money, sure. Why not? But how will your community be any unique and qualitative if you're just one crappy unlegit Open Aura server out of several others?
    The "crappy unlegit" versions are easily edited because you have all the code and can do whatever you want. With the paid versions, you can introduce next to no personalisation, making the server one of many paid versions of ConnaScript2011. (He just changes the version and the colour of the HUD and calls it a new gamemode)
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  8. Post #48
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    August 2008
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    You don't need to run Open Aura. If you take your community seriously, just run something else or pay the money for a legit version. I'm just saying that people who use crappy unlegit versions are not taking their communities seriously.

    If you want to run something else than Open Aura that doesn't cost any money, sure. Why not? But how will your community be any unique and qualitative if you're just one crappy unlegit Open Aura server out of several others?
    There is no difference between the cracked and "legit" (read: ) versions of Connas gamemodes. The only thing being that the cracked ones are both safer, fairer and run on whatever you want most times. Seriously, if Connas auth server goes down (which it does, a lot, usually because he gets attacked), legit users get locked out of a hundred+ pound investment. While the "awful pirate stoopidheads" get away scot free and can enjoy a backdoorless gameplay experience.

    Stop sucking his dick for the love o god, and wake up. Realize you are being scammed.

    Edited:

    The "crappy unlegit" versions are easily edited because you have all the code and can do whatever you want. With the paid versions, you can introduce next to no personalisation, making the server one of many paid versions of ConnaScript2011. (He just changes the version and the colour of the HUD and calls it a new gamemode)
    Don't forget the PP, bitches love that PP.
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  9. Post #49
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    You don't need to run Open Aura. If you take your community seriously, just run something else or pay the money for a legit version. I'm just saying that people who use crappy unlegit versions are not taking their communities seriously.

    If you want to run something else than Open Aura that doesn't cost any money, sure. Why not? But how will your community be any unique and qualitative if you're just one crappy unlegit Open Aura server out of several others?
    "Legit" OpenAura is not unique, same shit as the unlegit one.
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  10. Post #50
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    June 2009
    149 Posts
    Don't forget the PP, bitches love that PP.
    Darkening the screen and reducing saturation to the point of almost complete desaturation is VISUALLY APPEALING. Apparently.
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  11. Post #51
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    You don't need to run Open Aura. If you take your community seriously, just run something else or pay the money for a legit version. I'm just saying that people who use crappy unlegit versions are not taking their communities seriously.
    Unique? Metaphorically, you're paying for a can of beans you could get for free without the label on.
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  12. Post #52
    diaoyudao shi ZHONGGUO de
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    A better analogy is paying for beans when you could get them for free without them being encased in saran wrap

  13. Post #53
    VENEZOLANO
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    August 2006
    3,416 Posts
    A better analogy is paying for beans when you could get them for free without them being encased in saran wrap
    I have a better one, it's paying three hundred fucking bucks for a can of beans.
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  14. Post #54
    Cireric's Avatar
    September 2008
    186 Posts
    It's quite obvious this is turning into an argument...

    Overall, people do not believe that Kuro's gamemodes are worth the price. Some commonly recommended gamemodes you could try instead are:

    Tiramisu
    Taco Script
    Cake-script

    According to the people who have responded to this thread, the majority believe you should not get HL2RP and that it is not worth the money.

    Can we be done here?

  15. Post #55
    FlapadarV2's Avatar
    December 2010
    1,802 Posts
    Overall, people do not believe that Kuro's gamemodes are worth the price.
    It's a fact, not a belief. But yes.
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  16. Post #56
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    August 2009
    49 Posts
    Tiramisu
    Taco Script
    Cake-script

    All of them are less qualitative gamemodes when it comes to true profound roleplay. I promise you, you can't get the same roleplay experience with those gamemodes.

    Maybe that's why Kuro got 34 customers? Like it or not, but he has worked a lot with his gamemode and it has payed off for him, and most of his customers are satisfied.
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  17. Post #57
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    April 2011
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    I promise you, you can't get the same roleplay experience with those gamemodes.
    Yet one can get the same roleplay experience with the cracked version, it's exactly the same minus the DRM/backdoors and you will be not be losing $300.
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  18. Post #58
    FlapadarV2's Avatar
    December 2010
    1,802 Posts
    I have at least 12,000 users of one of my scripts. 34 is nothing.

    Edited:

    Yet one can get the same roleplay experience with the cracked version, it's exactly the same minus the DRM/backdoors and you will be not be losing $300.
    It's actually more stable because the sourcenet module is up to date, while kuro needs to rename it and redistribute it for people who bought it.

  19. Post #59
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    August 2008
    15,314 Posts
    Tiramisu
    Taco Script
    Cake-script

    All of them are less qualitative gamemodes when it comes to true profound roleplay. I promise you, you can't get the same roleplay experience with those gamemodes.

    Maybe that's why Kuro got 34 customers? Like it or not, but he has worked a lot with his gamemode and it has payed off for him, and most of his customers are satisfied.
    Ahaha holy shit. You think scripts define the quality of a roleplaying experience? Get out.
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  20. Post #60
    VENEZOLANO
    Big Bang's Avatar
    August 2006
    3,416 Posts
    Tiramisu
    Taco Script
    Cake-script

    All of them are less qualitative gamemodes when it comes to true profound roleplay. I promise you, you can't get the same roleplay experience with those gamemodes.

    Maybe that's why Kuro got 34 customers? Like it or not, but he has worked a lot with his gamemode and it has payed off for him, and most of his customers are satisfied.
    You don't pay 300 bucks for something you don't like.

    Oh, and there have been PLENTY of people who have asked for refunds. By the way, they don't have a refund policy.

  21. Post #61
    Cireric's Avatar
    September 2008
    186 Posts
    Why can't people let things rest?

    Refer to the thread about why people don't like Gmod Roleplay if you're going to analyze "true" roleplay.

    We get it already:
    -The majority think Kuro's scripts are overpriced.
    -The scripts mentioned earlier are recommended over paying.
    -Kuro is still making money.
    -We shouldn't give a damn over who is using what script as long as people are having fun.

    As far as the no-refund policy, they should play the game-mode before making the mistake of buying something they didn't like.

    Can we please stop posting now?

  22. Post #62
    qwertymnbv's Avatar
    August 2009
    49 Posts
    Ahaha holy shit. You think scripts define the quality of a roleplaying experience? Get out.
    Yes, I know that script matters, even though a professional server administration and a serious playerbase are just as or even more important.
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  23. Post #63
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    May 2008
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    All of them are less qualitative gamemodes when it comes to true profound roleplay. I promise you, you can't get the same roleplay experience with those gamemodes.
    Made my day, thank you.
    How anyone can be that dumb?

    Edited:

    Yes, I know that script matters, even though a professional server administration and a serious playerbase are just as or even more important.
    Even DarkRP could work as good roleplaying gamemode, but it's reputation has been ruined million times.
    OpenAura is the next DarkRP, it consists mostly from deathmatch, lack of actual roleplay, story and character development. Take a look at Phase Four servers, they are horrible.
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  24. Post #64
    dumb ass
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    April 2009
    2,582 Posts
    Except that if you get around 20 players on OpenAura the server begins to lag.
    Wrong. I've hosted OA with roughly 30-45 players without lag. Crashes, however, are a different story.
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  25. Post #65
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    August 2009
    49 Posts
    it consists mostly from deathmatch, lack of actual roleplay, story and character development.
    You are just making a fool out of yourself. I don't know which Open Aura servers you've been playing at, but the whole core of Open Aura is based on anti-deathmatch, true roleplay, story and especially character development. If you play at a server ran by some kids who just downloaded a crappy unlegit version of Open Aura, I understand that they don't fulfill the core. Instead, try something more professional.

    DarkRP is the exact opposite. DarkRP doesn't even got characters. DarkRP doesn't even got a local OOC command and did not have any /me command until the latest versions. It still don't got any /it command. The whole concept of jobs like gangster, mobboss, and hobo is just absurd. The mentioned "jobs" aren't jobs. Really, the whole "job" concept in general is very strange. Instead of looking at players like members of different groups (jobs) a true roleplay gamemode should look at players as individual characters which can have several jobs at the same time and develop criminality even though they aren't a member of any group or job.

    Open Aura has maybe become a bit like the new DarkRP on many servers. But the reason for that is mainly because of the leaked versions of it, that makes it possible for any kid to start an Open Aura server and ruin Open Aura's reputation.
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  26. Post #66
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    December 2010
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    OpenAura never had a reputation to ruin anyway.
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  27. Post #67
    Cireric's Avatar
    September 2008
    186 Posts
    Why can't people let things rest?

    Refer to the thread about why people don't like Gmod Roleplay if you're going to analyze "true" roleplay.

    We get it already:
    -The majority think Kuro's scripts are overpriced.
    -The scripts mentioned earlier are recommended over paying.
    -Kuro is still making money.
    -We shouldn't give a damn over who is using what script as long as people are having fun.

    As far as the no-refund policy, they should play the game-mode before making the mistake of buying something they didn't like.

    Can we please stop posting now?
    Going to reiterate this.

  28. Post #68
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    December 2007
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    You are just making a fool out of yourself. I don't know which Open Aura servers you've been playing at, but the whole core of Open Aura is based on anti-deathmatch, true roleplay, story and especially character development. If you play at a server ran by some kids who just downloaded a crappy unlegit version of Open Aura, I understand that they don't fulfill the core. Instead, try something more professional.

    DarkRP is the exact opposite. DarkRP doesn't even got characters. DarkRP doesn't even got a local OOC command and did not have any /me command until the latest versions. It still don't got any /it command. The whole concept of jobs like gangster, mobboss, and hobo is just absurd. The mentioned "jobs" aren't jobs. Really, the whole "job" concept in general is very strange. Instead of looking at players like members of different groups (jobs) a true roleplay gamemode should look at players as individual characters which can have several jobs at the same time and develop criminality even though they aren't a member of any group or job.

    Open Aura has maybe become a bit like the new DarkRP on many servers. But the reason for that is mainly because of the leaked versions of it, that makes it possible for any kid to start an Open Aura server and ruin Open Aura's reputation.
    DarkRP doesn't even got a $200 price tag

  29. Post #69
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    August 2009
    49 Posts
    Well, if you want to see Open Aura at its best moments, you should try out some more professional servers.

    This one pretty good for example: 89.145.94.250:27015
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  30. Post #70
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    June 2009
    149 Posts
    The script doesn't dicate quality of RP. It's possible to have amazing roleplay on DarkRP, if you got enough like-minded individuals to do so. Not that I'd reccomend it, but I'm just saying, people bitch about which gamemode is the best way too much. An intelligent community head will look for basic script stability and performance over stupid post processing and fancy vgui.

  31. Post #71
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    August 2008
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    Well, if you want to see Open Aura at its best moments, you should try out some more professional servers.

    This one pretty good for example: 89.145.94.250:27015
    You aren't getting this at all are you? Paying for a gamemode does not mean your server will be instantly good, in fact, you are more likely to attract idiots who think paid gamemodes are the only good ones (like yourself). You can roleplay to a higher quality without a script than with scripts like OA, all it takes is the right players with the right mindset. The script is just spoon feeding you shit so your unimaginative brain doesn't have to stress itself.

    Relying on a script makes you a bad roleplayer, end of story.
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  32. Post #72
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    Well, if you want to see Open Aura at its best moments, you should try out some more professional servers.

    This one pretty good for example: 89.145.94.250:27015
    Professional? Good god. You're implying that paying a few hundred bucks for a collection of lua files and such makes your server "professional", if that even exists. You see, that few hundred bucks could've been spent for a better quality in hosting. And like others have mentioned, the gamemode doesn't dictate the quality of RP, it's the playerbase. Hell, I've actually roleplayed on DarkRP, and just this week, I've roleplayed with a few other chumps on my server hosting Tiramisu, or your so called "inferior gamemode".

    You got scammed son.
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  33. Post #73
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    August 2009
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    Out of several hundreds of DarkRP server we can find 2 professional servers. Out of 8 Open Aura servers, we can find 2 professional servers.. Wait.. Maybe script actually got some kind of impact?

    "Relying on a script makes you a bad roleplayer, end of story." I totally agree. I don't see what you're trying to suggest here. As I've said several times, the script surely got an impact, but a professional server administration and management are even more important parts of a successful server.
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  34. Post #74
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    Out of several hundreds of DarkRP server we can find 2 professional servers. Out of 8 Open Aura servers, we can find 2 professional servers.. Wait.. Maybe script actually got some kind of impact?

    "Relying on a script makes you a bad roleplayer, end of story." I totally agree. I don't see what you're trying to suggest here. As I've said several times, the script surely got an impact, but a professional server administration and management are even more important parts of a successful server.
    I haven't seen a single professional GMod server.

    Edited:

    Not even my own.
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  35. Post #75
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    March 2009
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    "Relying on a script makes you a bad roleplayer, end of story." I totally agree. I don't see what you're trying to suggest here. As I've said several times, the script surely got an impact, but a professional server administration and management are even more important parts of a successful server.
    So you just totally contradicted yourself.
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  36. Post #76
    dumb ass
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    April 2009
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    Well, if you want to see Open Aura at its best moments, you should try out some more professional servers.

    This one pretty good for example: 89.145.94.250:27015
    Stop advertising your shitty server.
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  37. Post #77
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    September 2008
    186 Posts
    -snip-

    I give up. Nobody seems to realize that the OP is gone.

  38. Post #78
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  39. Post #79
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    March 2010
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    Out of several hundreds of DarkRP server we can find 2 professional servers. Out of 8 Open Aura servers, we can find 2 professional servers.. Wait.. Maybe script actually got some kind of impact?

    "Relying on a script makes you a bad roleplayer, end of story." I totally agree. I don't see what you're trying to suggest here. As I've said several times, the script surely got an impact, but a professional server administration and management are even more important parts of a successful server.
    You can't possibly believe that openAura is better when you've paid $150 for it. The free version of openAura works just fine and I usually find that people who buy openAura are spoilt little kids with what they think are massive egos, trying to make fun for them and them only.

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