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Fearless Forum Code of Conduct

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1 Fearless Forum Code of Conduct on Wed Apr 10, 2013 2:37 am


The forums are a great place for players to discuss the Fearless guild, ask questions, and communication with other guild members. Please follow the listed Guidelines while posting on the forums.

Posting Guidelines

1) Proper capitalization, punctuation, spelling, and grammar help ensure your point is clearly stated and understood.

2) Don’t go into threads looking for a fight. If you don’t want to discuss the topic of a post, then ignore that thread. Don’t post about how a discussion is a waste of time. As the saying goes, if you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all.

3) Think before you post. Before submitting your post, take ten seconds to read over it and decide if it is something you really want to say.

Fearless Guild Forum's Acceptable and Non-Acceptable Conduct

In order to foster an environment that is a fun and safe for all our members, all normal guild rules apply while posting on the Guild Forums. Any misconduct on the forums will result in warning or dismissal from the guild for the offender.

Guarded Topics

A number of topics are prohibited when discussed in a negative context. In fact, your local or federal laws may prohibit discrimination based upon some or all of these traits: race / ethnicity, color, religion / belief structure, national origin / citizenship, disability / physical ailment, age, gender, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

Forbidden Topics

Several topics and categories of speech are prohibited at all times, regardless of context. Players must not discuss extreme or violent sexual acts, acts of extreme violence, real-life illegal or controlled substances, or real-life illegal activities. Players must not make personal attacks aimed at any entity or group of entities, real or perceived as real. Obscene, crude, vulgar, or pornographic references, including formal or slang references to human anatomy or bodily functions are also prohibited.

Forum Rules

Show respect to other players on the forums.

- Do not make attacks or insult other users on the forums or through private messages. Disagreements and debates are expected, but do not resort to insults or name calling.
- Do not flame by creating posts intended to anger other players.
- Do not troll by creating posts entirely intended to anger other players, or drag them into pointless discussion.

Respect other players’ privacy.

- Do not post any personal information. Examples: Facebook information, real names, phone numbers, addresses, etc.
- Do not call out other players on the forums. If you have an issue with forum notify the Forum admin or Moderator and it will be handled. Keep our forums clean and organized.

- Make your posts in the appropriate forum; keep off-topic posts in the off-topic forum.
- Utilize the Search function to find similar posts. Do not post duplicate threads or post repeatedly about the same topic.
- Do not "bump" threads by posting only to bring attention to a thread or encourage others to do so.
- Do not spam the forums with multiple posts, links, images, etc.
- Do not create nonconstructive posts that do not add anything to a discussion.
- Do not post any links unrelated to Snail Games titles outside of the off-topic forums.

Keep your account secure

- Do not share your login information with anyone. You are responsible for any violations your account incurs.
- Be wary of unfamiliar links, watch out for phishing scams, and remember that Snail Games will never ask for your password
- Do not create new accounts to circumvent forum suspensions or bans.

Respect the administrators and moderators

- Do not post about administrator or moderator decisions. While you may disagree with a moderator’s opinions or actions, their judgment is final. When they post moderator actions in red text (such as announcing the closure of a thread), don't argue with them.
- Do not post about locked or deleted threads. Posts are moderated for a reason. When the moderators take action, any players involved should review the Code of Conduct to prevent future violations.

Keep in mind that Admins and Moderators have the final say when deciding what content violates code of conduct.

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