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# 1 EULA Text
12-30-2010, 05:36 AM
Brand new to the foundry and I like what I see. Unfortunately I was an eager beaver and just skimmed the EULA. I would love to go through it now that I plan on actually publishing missions. I don't plan on looking for loopholes, just want to make sure nothing I do accidentally crosses the no-no list.

Is there anywhere out of game that I can find the Text of the Foundry EULA? Or recap it in-game? Or is it mostly the same as the EULA for the rest of the game?
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# 2
12-30-2010, 05:37 AM
PS: Sorry if this has already been discussed. My Search-fu turned up blank.
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# 3 New Character
12-30-2010, 06:59 AM
I at one point was looking for this too after skipping over in such a hurry to get to the Foundry I believe if you create a second test character and then log into making missions with that character it should pop up again. This is how I found it. After that you can just go and delete that character afterwards without any trouble.
I'm not sure otherwise if this doesn't work for you.
Good luck!
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# 4
12-30-2010, 07:19 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Archer14 View Post
I at one point was looking for this too after skipping over in such a hurry to get to the Foundry I believe if you create a second test character and then log into making missions with that character it should pop up again. This is how I found it. After that you can just go and delete that character afterwards without any trouble.
I'm not sure otherwise if this doesn't work for you.
Good luck!
Thank You
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# 5
12-30-2010, 12:22 PM
Not a problem! Hope you found it! Good luck with your Foundry missions!
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# 6
12-30-2010, 08:26 PM
You dont have to create a second character. Just open your journal, go to the review content tab and at the bottom click "stop reviewing", then click "start reviewing" again and it will display the EULA again.
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# 7
12-31-2010, 10:27 AM
Oh... It's the same EULA displayed for reviewers as creators. That makes sense. Thank you Nagus
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