tux_1 Posted February 27 Share Posted February 27 (No swearing will be used in this post. Bad words will be represented as %%%. Probably non-bad words will be represented as ###. The symbol '*' is literal.) There is a sub-biome in the backyard in Grounded which is called a ###nic table. A [language warning] ###nic table is a table with attached benches which is used during afternoon outings, hiking, and camping situations for eating meals with friends and families. There is a shovel at the base of the ###nic table in the Grounded back yard. My friend and I, in our shared world, created a flag at the base of the shovel called "###nic table". When we create this flag, the name of the flag in the hud shows as "***nic table". "What in the world?" We thought. Well, lets try again. We recreated the marker. Named it "###nic table" and it showed as "***nic table". "Huh." We thought. "Lets try a bad word. %%% is a bad word. Lets try that." We set the marker to "%%%nic table" and it took. For the last month or two, marker for the ###nic table is called "%%%nic table." I am profanity averse, but I have started liking our "%%%nic table" marker. That said, I'd really prefer to have a "###nic table" marker on our map instead. Does anyone have any good explanation for why a part of a perfectly normal word would be censored and not allowed to be used? Especially one as important to the game as "###nic table"? I know the word fragment can be problematic in certain online contexts, but it doesn't make sense that a shortening of a (sometimes) acceptable word would be censored, while an outright "bad word" would be allowed. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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