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You can pay to get more treasure and to do special quest maps, and the quality is astronomical for a flash-based program.
Penny Arcade also agrees with me about it being awesome!
We will be initially publishing on Amazon and Barnes and Noble e-book, but I am concerned that they might bow to legal pressure (whether it has jurisdiction or not) and stop sale of his book.
To protect ourselves, and to have a fallback, what other services are there out there for selling your own e-book? Are there e-publishers that are militantly resistant to legal takedowns? Is there an open-source project that has been made to self-publish reliably?
Please help my dad."
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I can't believe any scientific statement that includes the word "prolly".
8th Amendment : "Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted"