Heh. Reminds me of an incident way back, a friend of mine was working on a world, I was helping him do some of the static world building, but soon got burned out as I was the only one doing it, so he found another world builder to help, someone outside, we didn't know him too well. Almost immediately he started clashing with everyone else, and eventually decided to take the (still very much unfinished) files and open his own "shard" claiming it all as his own creation. My friend tells me his signature is all over the place, some in plain sight, some hidden. So one night I log on to it and point out the floor tiles in a building form my friend's initials in runic to the only 'player' that was online. I get banned but am able to login later from another IP and when I do, the floor tiles are covered in a rug, because they were landtiles and he either lacked the tools or knowledge to change them so he had to hide them with statics.The worst part is when a shard owner steals the graphics you bought from DarkShard to use in his own client. An owner here (who will remain nameless) liked our Whispering Pines client so much he ripped the DarkShard interface graphics out of it. How do I know? Because I modified some of them and my mods made it right into his "custom" client. It's one thing to see a concept and do something similar but to copy and paste someone else's work is plain theft. It's not a big deal now because his shard is gone again, and I can't say I'm disappointed to see that!