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You are in the web view for viewing our Policies online in your browser. A policy is a set of rules on a particular topic layed out by the staff of the game which should be obeyed to ensure maximum smooth running efficiency of both information, enjoyment and the game itself.

Assisting, Reporting And Suggesting

Reporting is the act of bringing an issue to the attention of the staff.
they are the first line of defense against issues with the game, or issues raised by the players and are one of the most secure ways to get the hosts attention.
Bear in mind that the hosts know what they are talking about.
The Rules of reporting are as follows:
1. Do not deliberately misfile reports. (Class one offense)
2. do not file reports that contain false information. (Class 1 offense)
3. Do not file fake harassment reports. (Class 2 offense)
4. Do not file the same report more than once. (Class 1 offense)
5. Do not harass the hosts about reports. (class 1 offense)
6. If a host tells you to provide more information, it is against the policy to not provide said information. (Class 1 offense)
7. It is against the policy not to report an issue. (class 1 offense)
8. It is illegal to talk about the issue you have found, unless it is to verify you are not the only one doing so. In this situation, do not say how to use the exploit or bug you are talking about. (class 1 offense)
Host pledges regarding reports:
1. The hosts promise to look at every single report, regardless of their opinion of the subject matter.
2. The hosts pledge to reward any valid report submitted to the queue.
3. The hosts pledge to inquire further into reports that they need more information on.
These rules are both for your, and our benefit.
We will notify you and thank you for your report when it is completed.
for more information on reports, please see help report examples.
Assisting, please see help assisting for a break down of the different levels of assists we have.
Suggestions are entered through the suggest command and are ideas you have that could improve the game.
The following are guidelines for suggestions:
1. ideas from other games are likely to be turned down.
2. Ideas from copyrighted material are very likely to be turned down.
3. Suggesting something more than once is a class 1 offense.
4. Suggesting something from our game to another game is a class 2 offense.
For examples of good and bad suggestions, please see help example suggestions.
Last policy update: Thursday, September 19th, 2019, at 01:44:11.
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