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With all the excitement about messaging, an important freedom is being taken away from us: the right to speak as we choose, or worship a non traditional religion, in these messages.
The profanity filter is understandable and probably out of Inno's hands due to Apple and Google store policies on mobile apps, but what about the non-traditional religions part? If they're censoring religions as a whole to avoid flame-wars I might be ok with that, but I wouldn't certainly be ok if the ban would only affect certain religions. I mean, Inno isn't based in Saudi Arabia and last time I checked there's freedom of religion in Germany.With all the excitement about messaging, an important freedom is being taken away from us: the right to speak as we choose, or worship a non traditional religion, in these messages.
I can confirm that implementing Knowledge Point donations to other players' Ancient Wonders is something we want to deliver for the Mobile version. Unfortunately, there is no timeline to share for it yet.
Well, in modern contexts many religious minorities such as the Gnostics and the Yazidis are still heavily discriminated against (and killed en-masse, even; I'm referring to the Yazidis here obviously) for holding "blasphemous" religious beliefs. I for one understand @Lelanya 's concerns and trust that this platform will remain religiously neutral.In modern parlance, 'profanity' is most often used to refer to obscene words rather than those which some minority might consider blasphemous.. Judging by the names we have had to change, the filters are not particularly strenuous.