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PostSubject: KDA Roleplaying Rules   Wed Apr 29, 2015 12:29 pm

KDA Rules and Regulations still apply. Especially respect between hosts and other players.
The host came up with the world. Ultimately, their word is law. It's completely unacceptable to disrespect the host of a roleplay you're involved in; without it, the game wouldn't happen. If you have a major issue, bring it up CALMLY via private message.

As for respect the other players, this would be entirely pointless without the other players. If you've got an issue with another player's action, again, discuss it without hostility via PM, or, failing that, with the host or the resident section moderator. Cursing at another player outside of casual conversation is unacceptable and rarely leads to anything productive.

Be Aware that other players have plans.
If you do something that affects another character in a significant way, ALWAYS discuss it in the OOC thread or via PM first.

Big changes need arbitration.
If you ever do something that would significantly change the course of the story's development or the development of another player's character, you absolutely NEED to discuss it with the host or the other player first.

Do not Godmod
This is basicly creating an action that allows no reaction. Flying, Invincibility, Punching without allowing a dodge, dodging impossible situations, supernatural powers, etc.

Avoid Mary-Sueing
IE, a character without flaws. They are the best fighter, they never lose, they have the perfect attitude, they are loved by the townspeople, they are immortal, they are a member of a secret organization whose goal is to take over the storyline of my RP. Basically, they’re no fun for anyone to RP with. Don’t go over the top with your character, give them some flaws. You can find multiple ways of how to avoid making your OC a Mary Sue in this forum.

There are exceptions to this rule, such as (keep in mind rather loosely) Would be encouraged or necessary. In games where a player or NPC is clearly significantly above others in terms of skill, it’d be wise to try and keep the character performing outstandingly.
That said, keep in mind this exception only applies to hosts, and this is a thing

Avoid constant meta-gaming.
Meta-gaming is when your character knows things they they would have no possible way of knowing in the RP setting. There are some things the host will introduce to you purely for your own knowledge, but do not assume your character will know these things unless it makes sense. Use common sense, and if you can't remember whether your character should know something, don't be afraid to look back through the pages or ask the host.

We aren't 5 year-olds, so actually try.
If you want to be straight forward and to the point, fine, but atleast write a fucking paragraph. One-Liners will be strictly forbidden.

Lets not go over the top
Plain and simple. Look, Swearing is from time to time encouraged here , especially when it would enhance the emotion of the situation. However, this does not constitute you going and dropping F-bombs and such every other word.

In addition, This is not a Horror or Soft Porn film. This is a Yu-Gi-Oh! Forum. If 12 year-olds can come here, its probably not a good idea for them to see this stuff. Excessive gore and graphic sexual scenes are not acceptable here.
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