Don't give your character 'godlike' abilities, such as dodging every attack or 'by chance' stumbling onto whatever item he/she happens to need at that exact moment.No 'Powerplaying'
Don't control other players' characters or story elements. This includes 'auto-hits' - stating that an attack was successful (Though Auto-Hits are acceptable in the event of a 'Quick-Strike'). Any physical contact during confrontations should be confirmed by the recipient character's controlling-party.Refrain From Excessive 'OOC' Comments
'OOC' (Out-of-Character) comments should be kept to a minimum, as they tend to clog up the Roleplay. Try to keep these discussions in the Sign-Up Thread or designated OOC Thread for your particular Roleplay. If you feel your roleplay needs an OOC thread, request one.Respect Your Fellow Roleplayers
This should go without saying, treat others with the same or greater respect as you would hope to gain from them.Removing a Character
If you wish to remove one of your characters from the character-listing (to replace them with a new character, for instance) it is strongly suggested, for series continuity, that your character's absence be explained in-character (in a roleplay). This is not strictly required, but greatly appreciated.Inactivity
If a member of a roleplay has the opportunity to post (i.e. is not the most recent poster in their respective roleplay) for a period of ten days or more (without giving express notice to the GM), they are subject to involuntary forfeit at the GM's discretion. Need to notify me of an absence?Stalemates
In the event that both Hero and Villain in a roleplay incur some level of "victory," the GM may determine that the event ends in a "Stalemate." In such an event, both participants are deemed Victorious. Note that Stalemates may only be determined by the GM.If You Have a Question...