@Celianna And I don't like accusations without proof. I wouldn't be defending him at all if he was allowed to do it himself. Normally when someone's accused of a crime (such as copyright infringement, or charging people for art that isn't technically yours) you let them defend themselves. By not letting him do so you make things seem much more shady than I assumed they were at first, and whenever one side tries to silence the other I can only assume it's because it's afraid of what the other side will say. You say you can't 100% prove it's stolen. Can you, say, 25% prove it? As in link to an artist who's using a very similar style so we can play connect-the-dots ourselves? Or are you just going to leave it to our imagination? Because like you're saying, there's no telling what's his and what isn't. If nobody can prove that it's stolen then, legally, it isn't. Which makes it fine to use commercially. But I don't want to work in this strange moral grey zone where it's one person's word against another's, which is why I want proof, or anything resembling proof. There's a lot of rotten apples in every community, in every group of people, in every culture and in every city. Doesn't make everyone spoiled. That's not how it works. Just because A is bad doesn't mean its neighbour B is bad as well. I also don't see how someone using a tileset they paid for, after the copied tiles are removed, would disrespect any author whose original work is so far apart from the tilesets being used that a connection cannot be proven. But then again I'm no artist so maybe you can enlighten me on the subject.