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Is it insensitive to make a map depicting a school?

Alex Milo

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Dec 21, 2010
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Over the past couple of years I've been working on/off on a map taking place in an American high school, which has been turned into a makeshift hospital following an outbreak, and I'm really happy with how it's turning out. I'm well aware of others who have done maps of schools in Killing Floor before, but the other day it got me thinking, is it considered insensitive or am I just putting too much thought into it? For example, I had originally planned to have it done for the mapping contest, which I never accomplished, but would it even be taken into consideration by Tripwire?
 

Aleflippy

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Sep 18, 2012
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As a strong advocate AGAINST censorship, I'd say that you're free to do whatever mate.

Plus, assuming you don't actually make us kill childrens... I don't see why it would be controversial. A school is a building, that is all.

Westlondon makes us fight inside a church after all
 

nukemdukem3d

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Apr 30, 2015
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Since you (player) are not killing humans but some weird mutated clones, I don't see a problem.