@Rei-Da-Tecnologia it's a way for the white-knighters of the internet to feel good about themselves. If you really break it down, the irony here is beyond rich.
"we don't support pirated games, however, we will violate the EULA in any manner possible to keep our mods working."
I do support the makers of games worth buying. and honestly, you're always better off with a legit copy of anything. that being said, I have indeed used pirated software over the years. and honestly, I ran the pirate version of GTA V for about 3 weeks, until I decided to buy a legit copy.
it's like all these people who make car mods, from shit they ripped from this game or another game, then "lock that shit up" like it's thier intellectual property or something. like they had a hand in creating it. nah. you took someone else's hard work, altered it slightly and now claim it as your own. it's really silly if you think about it. but people seem more more worried about "who gets credit" than the actual quality of the work.
if you pay attention, you'll see this hypocrisy all over this site.