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README.md

Might & Fealty

This is the source code for the game Might & Fealty, a browser based, persistent, role playing game (RPG) with turn-based strategy elements written in PHP5 on the Symfony2 framework, using a PostgreSQL database for entity handling and QuantumGIS for map functionality.

While the license doesn't forbid it, it's strongly discouraged to setup a separate game server, as it would split the player base and result in both servers failing to generate the dynamics needed to keep the game interesting to play. Instead, we'd encourage you to contribute your ideas and time to this project, which is the source code for the main Might & Fealty game, so we can make it a game that encompasses anything players want to do.

Documentation

At this time, documentation for this code is still being written, however some documentation can be found in the code itself.

Completeness

The repository is not a complete standalone copy of the game. While it contains all the code, the game world data is missing. There is, also, old code in the repository that was not actually used to create the game world. To create a game world, you need additional scripts and manual work in something like QuantumGIS.

License

Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International

The code is provided under the CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license, the full legal text is in the file LICENSE. In short, this license permits you to modify and re-distribute the code, with two limitations. First, you must include a reference, at least by name, to Might & Fealty and to Tom Vogt as the original creator. Secondly, you are not allowed to use the code or any derivatives commercially.