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Ralok, you still raging about this? MK has Bethesda's permission to write, the guy wrote loads and more loads of lore for them, and, in case you haven't noticed, even though he was no longer under Bethesda's employment during Skyrim's development, Heimskr's sermons clearly reference Kirkbride's most relevant work, CHIM. Stop assuming things work the way you think they do. Kirkbrid has written a lot of material since his leaving the company; don't you think Bethesda would realease a public disclaimer stating that he's "another f#cking fan-fiction writer" if that was the case?
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Ralok, you still raging about this? MK has Bethesda's permission to write, the guy wrote loads and more loads of lore for them, and, in case you haven't noticed, even though he was no longer under Bethesda's employment during Skyrim's development, Heimskr's sermons clearly reference Kirkbride's most relevant work, CHIM. Stop assuming things work the way you think they do. Kirkbride has written a lot of material since his leaving the company; don't you think Bethesda would realease a public disclaimer stating that he's "another f#cking fan-fiction writer" if that was the case?

Latest revision as of 21:16, January 1, 2014

Ralok, you still raging about this? MK has Bethesda's permission to write, the guy wrote loads and more loads of lore for them, and, in case you haven't noticed, even though he was no longer under Bethesda's employment during Skyrim's development, Heimskr's sermons clearly reference Kirkbride's most relevant work, CHIM. Stop assuming things work the way you think they do. Kirkbride has written a lot of material since his leaving the company; don't you think Bethesda would realease a public disclaimer stating that he's "another f#cking fan-fiction writer" if that was the case?

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