You joke but I give you full permission to implement any changes I make to the game (just a formality), to the vanilla game. I’d be honored. It’s actually my hope to do a good enough job that you guys will want to implement at least some of it. Last time I checked Ceno felt the same. I’m not sure how this works legally. I think you already don’t need the permission of people modding your game, but maybe you do because you profit off the game.
If you do need permission, then it is hereby eternally granted to whomever is working at Crate. You may take any aspect of my mods and implement them, with or without credit, for free. Always. Forever.
TLDR, I’d be happy if you copy any tweak Ceno and I make that you deem healthy for the game.
This would actually be cool because I’d see if there were any similarities. This would also be a little tedious because our mod will try to stay updated with the vanilla, and incorporate the vanilla. So we will need to update as the game does, but that’s also part of the fun.
But our progress is going to be touch and go as we release different versions of the mod. Some updates will be small, others medium. I don’t think we will release a single version that is as expansive as any of Crates content changes or balance updates.
As the game reaches a healthier and healthier state of balance, the balance can also become volatile. Small changes can have big impacts so we have to test a few changes at a time. Luckily item changes won’t be as impactful so we can change a lot at a time after we mess with skills attributes and constellations.