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Server and community rules.
« on: November 30, 2017, 01:20:31 am »
Hi. This is basically a crosspost from the Discord channel rules.

Remember the player. This is ultimately just a game, and everyone involved is just as human as you are. Consider how you are treating others, how you are coming across, and how much of a pain in the butt it is to communicate clear tone and emotion in text. Try to be kind to each other. Nobody is a perfect saint 100% of the time, but we all need to make an effort.

COMMUNITY RULES (Discord and forums)
  • All game rules apply, where applicable. Obviously the Discord and forums aren't IC media, but the same standards of OOC conduct apply.
  • Try to keep your nickname readable. This goes double if you've got a staff role, people need to know who you are.
  • Shitposting and meme spam go in #nicememe or Chatter. We have containment channels for a reason.

  • No mass-murder, bombings, floodings, etc by non-antagonists. This is griefing and will be dealt with accordingly.
  • No spamming of IC or OOC mediums. This includes excessive advertising of your server or such, excessive meaning 'to the point that it's irritating people'.
  • RP is enforced. No netspeak, meme spam, blatant OOC in IC, metagaming, metacommunications or patently absurd character concepts. This -is- SS13, so some leeway for strange or surreal concepts is allowed, but if you are unclear on something in this list, ask an admin.
  • No ERP (cybersex). This extends to excessive public displays of affection like making out. We don't care how realistic it is for people on a colony to bump uglies.
  • You are expected to perform the job that you sign up for. This doesn't mean people learning a job are unwelcome, but if you join as a doctor and intend to do nothing all round but hide in maintenance, you can expect a jobban.
  • Racism, sexism, and questionable content are not allowed. This applies as a blanket ban on OOC channels and at admin discretion on IC channels, subject to the behavior being tasteful and not disruptive or offensive to the players involved. If it's something that would be disrespectful in a real world context, don't do it on OOC.
  • Admins reserve the right to ban you on their own terms. They will be held to scrutiny from the rest of the team and you can always appeal, but ultimately they're trusted to run the server.
« Last Edit: December 04, 2017, 01:31:59 am by Loaf »
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