I’m trying to tell the team when attack will be.
In Dutch five is vijf…
To avoid the censor, just ******. This will prevent any future problems for you.
If you change your language flag to another country (Japan perhaps), you should be able to avoid the censors.
Did you really say five??!
I’m going to have to flag myself for such an utterance
At least it wasn’t six. Six is a forbidden topic that good and proper people don’t discuss in mixed company!
As a fellow dutchie and not in his alliance I can confirm that 5 is one of the ridiculous words that is censored in our language. There are some more examples…
Five comes before six, and six is hardly a fitting conversation for the dinner table! Wicked child!
Apologies! Please don’t feed me to seven! I heard what he did to nine!
Word kuusi is also censored. Here you can see some naughty meanings.
I’m shocked at this language and surprised it didn’t get censored
Five seems selfish…
Seven, on the other hand, is quite giving.
I see what you did there…
Does that say “Your six is on fire”??? Reminds me of a song? Or something you’d say to the guy with the flamethrower during war.
It can get a bit ridiculous to express oneself.
Alliance chats should be a censorship free zone. Alliance leaders should be able to set clan standards.
I am co-leader and sometimes teacher in my alliance.
I keep my own comments G rated because we have some young players and it is more my style anyway (you probably knew that…).
Today, after 5 attempts at encouraging my alliance to A*SoSoSESS their opponent before attacking, I was finally able to get the message through without censorship. So it was my asOsUmption this evening that I could throw caution to the wind and describe Seshat (sounds censorable to me!) as badass.
Oops. Sorry. ROFL
Assume, assiduous, assure…
A…ssess. Assess 20charassters
The Forum’s Sargeant at arms is not as rigid as Alliance Chat’s
One way to bypass the filter is to change your alliance’s language. But then you’ll have other random words getting censored because they’re considered profanity in other languages.
I do respect your desire to avoid profanity though, that is very mature and also very important when you’ve got little ones in the midst. I hope you don’t take any offense to my occasionally profanity-laden posts, I’ve just spent a bit too much time around beer swilling sailors, truck drivers, and construction workers and such.
No offense taken @TGW! We are all warriors after all!