A few times it’s been brought up by people on the forum, about the concern of people creating content vs Stonehearth having the same content officially. The best example of this is @BrunoSupremo’s Archipelago mod with the fisherman class, and does this now mean Stonehearth will never have their own?
I know this is a situation for the lawyers, but at the same time, it’d be nice to have a little more insight from the developers on what is and isn’t possible. If this does mean that Stonehearth can no longer have a fisherman class for legal reasons, then should we stop modding to prevent more wanted features from not being able to be made?
Another thought to consider is how Bethesda is handling Creation Club content for Skyrim and Fallout 4, if mod content is going to be a problem. Bethesda pays a small lump sum (and I mean small) to the creator of the mod and then takes it from there to do as they please with it.
Regardless of your personal views on the Creation Club, please do not turn this post into a political stand off about it. I know the subjects is more volitile than who the presidend of the US is, but just…don’t.