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I agree for the most part, Shifty. Just the last few posts were starting to give off the whole "public shaming" vibe, which is why I'm just piping up now.
Except to be "public shaming", the individual in question must be named to be shamed, which has never happened.
My commentary were direct responses to:
a) Responses to "I don't understand why this is so powerful" questions. That was my initial thought over and over when discussed locally until I saw the sheet. I never expected to see anything so far into left field.
b) A direct response to "what was being created". Knowing that the player is not trying to something that "just couldn't die" that there was a theme to what caused the cheating.
c) A clarification to to the "I can see how this can be misconstrued, the rules are tough" comments. When i did my audit I broke everything into "man, if you don't read that one rule, I can see why you did this" and "Hero Labs makes this red with the words "Not Pathfinder Legal". Again, knowing this nips the continued, "it was an honest mistake" discussion in the bud.
You may not like my responses, but my responses were all factual, poignant, and never once called out the individual. If anything, this completely outlines the value of a character audit in certain cases.
i agree its settled, and dont mean to bring this topic up again, but where/how can i read this audit? Im curious as to just what he did
Baval, you cannot read the audit. The full audit isn't a public document and I doubt it will be.