It's rude because it's childish. The fact that he's listed as the person who released the hack should be ample enough. On top of that, the entry also
states, Hack created by omega_rugal.
, which is fine. However, it insists on beating a dead horse by stating that All credit goes to him and only him. XD
, This seems especially childish seeing as how it is an entry for a website which strives for academic or professional writing
Person A: I've written a novel about the very specific premise X. However, that novel may or may not be for sale, but it is definitely not public domain at this domain. That said, here is a preview of said novel.
Person B: That's cool. I disapprove of your choice not to make your creations public domain, and instead, I'll quickly rush out this lower quality* novel with the same premise, but replace the parts I'm incapable of writing with superfluous content. It's free for everybody! Enjoy.
*...referred to as lower quality because the leaf shield is apparently "buggy" and Rugal seemingly failed to implement the detonator for the crash bombs or the ability to stop the Flash Timer on demand, both features in Drakon's hack.
So, with the above being an accurate analogy of this situation, I still don't see why it's necessary to stress that "all credit" goes to Person B, especially in such a seemingly immature or unnecessary way.
Therefore, after the two of you derailed Drakon's thread
(a senior to both of you in this community) with your apparently unsuccessful attempts at imitating what he's done (because he wouldn't release the fruits of his labor to you) (and are now taking up 2/20 slots—or 10%—of the first page threads in this sub-forum for these rushed hacks), and
you had previously made the obnoxious scare-tactic thread
whining about people not releasing their hacks for free, I guess I'm the only person that feels that you're behaving in a disrespectful and unpleasant way. And I guess then, that I'm the only one that's going to call you out on it.
I get that you are adamantly opposed to people not releasing their hacks to the public, so does everyone else that has used this forum semi-regularly since you've joined.
However, there's no call for you to be so (passively) aggressive or rude about it.