-- i. This does not include giving out messanger contacts like that of MSN, Skype, AOL, or email address. Giving out this information is up to the disgression of the member and they should not be bullied into giving it out if they do not want to.
II. Member/Community Drama
(See III. Flaming and Trolling below)
This is often a strategy used by people who feel wronged by their higher-ups or others in the community – yet rather than just explaining the situation to the admins/staff, or the person in question, to try and actually figure out a solution, they attempt to get their way by making a huge fuss of the problem and getting everyone involved. This leads to wasted time all around; and often heated arguments, or similar trouble, if it escalates. No one wishes to deal with this a roleplaying site.
-- i. If you do have a serious issue that you want to voice, tell an admin – they will do their best to help deal with any problems.
An exception can be made if players have family/friends sharing an IP address from home/work/college. However, if we find out that these are 'mock' accounts we will suspend them. The reason we do this is because the 'fake' accounts mess up our statistics.
-- i. This does not mean you are limited to one character.
(See also: Roleplay Rules: Character Creation)
----- a. If you feel that you cannot reply within 72 hours post in Scheduling section. That area is for schedule issues, vacations, holidays, basically anything that might happen or get in the way with you being active.
----- b. Think about maybe placing the notice on the Calendar if you need to.
----- c. If you do not post within 72 hours in order to keep your character(s) active, and hold their position, staff will give you a warning or ask you to correct this lack of activity.
----- a. Activity Checks are roughly every month around from the 20th-31st.
----- b. Each person has 10 days to complete the AC with their character(s) information, in order to keep their character active and hold the position. if they do not, they will be sent an additional notification. If they fail to contact anyone back, or post in scheduling, after two weeks they may be deactivated.
If something comes up, again, please use the Scheduling board linked above.
III. Warnings, Deactivation, Bans
A warning could be any of the following from a moderator.
----- i. Language Abuse
----- ii. Content Abuse
----- iii. User Abuse
----- iv. Registration Abuse
----- v. Behavior Abuse
They are basically moderators, or administrators, trying to get your attention about a particular problem, or conduct issue, that needs to be resolved.
Warning "points" will be issued with the following punishments as listed in this thread.
Deactivation could come from any of the following.
----- i. Failure to attend the Activity Check
----- ii. System Prune
----- iii. Accidental Deactivation by User/Staff (
If your account is Deactivated, please contact Tohsaka Rin because she can restore your account most the time.
We are pretty lenient, for now, with the minor arguments that may come up from time to time; but if a person cannot control their actions or things they say there will be no hesitation to smite your account.
Bans can happen from any of the following.
----- i. Site-Flaming/Trolling
----- ii. User Flaming/Trolling
----- iii. Not obeying Staff continuously
----- iv. Failure to comply to Rules
----- v. Hacking/Pirating information, images, or the Site itself.
----- vi. Sexual Harassment
----- i. No Tag Stated- If there is no tag then the thread is open and anything is fair game.
----- ii.[open] - This thread is completely open for everyone to join.
----- iii. [closed] - This thread is closed and no one can join, it goes hand in hand with private training.
----- iv. [private] - This thread is only open for invited people.
----- v. [member name] - This thread is specifically for a member or if multiple names stated, members.
----- vi. [no violence] - This means no one should use violence towards another member in this thread.
----- vii. [no death] - This means you can fight in a thread, but no members should die.
----- viii. [wip] - Work in process. It means that the person starting the thread, or post, has a rough idea of what they want to write up, but may not have the time to fully finish right then and there.
II. Character Creation
----- i. We do not allow copied data from Type Moon Wiki. If we find that you are simply re-posting information from there we have the rite to turn down the character.
----- ii. We do not allow plagiarism from someone elses profile on another site.
----- iii. We do not allow others to copy information from our sites, or member profiles, for their own use elsewhere without permission by the original author who has created the character profile, or staff who have created the threads.
Now, sometimes we do end up having a problem where a member has had to leave, characters were abandoned, or the player had to go on temporary leave for personal reasons and had to "open" their character up for another person to take over. If this happens the character biography profile will be moved to the Profile Archive until further notice, and a suitable candidate chosen to take over until a designated time when the original member can claim the character again.
If in the event that a player goes on unannounced hiatus, the staff is unable to contact them, or the character is abandoned the profile is still moved to the archive and the availability made for a new player to claim the spot.
When claiming a character spot, you (the player) is responsible for handing in a profile using one of our templates and following the rules necessary when making the character you want to play. The staff, and no other members, are obligated to help you aside from answering questions and giving you ideas. We will not allow copy-pasting profiles from other sites, using templates that do not belong to MoE, copy-pasting information from other sources, or using character profiles others have created in the past on this site (or another) to claim is your own.
If, for any reason, you need to leave for any amount of time, you (the player) is also responsible for making the choice to either abandon the character to someone in the future claiming it, or setting up a suitable replacement. Once you give the character up, and another has taken over, you are not allowed to ask for the character claim back unless they abandon it or find the need to leave as well. You are not allowed to harass them in any form just to try and get the character back that you lost.
In no way, is anyone, allowed to make characters that purposely troll a player, or their character, outside of the storyline just to cause problems.
New members are limited to ONE character. After 32 days, the player can then petition to have an additional character.
----- i. You are allowed no more than two Canons per account. This means you could have one Canon from Fate and one from Tsukihime, or two from Fate, or two from Tsukihime.
----- i. You are allowed no more than two OC's per account.
In total, that means you can have up to four characters per registered account. Think you can handle more than that? Contact one of our staff and ask if you can be allowed any other additional characters over that limit.
----- i. We do not allow characters that try to make loopholes to True Magic or Sorcery.
----- ii. We do not allow copy-cat characters based off of any canon's and their abilities.
----- iii. We do not allow alternate-versions that try to copy any of the True Magics.
This is done strictly as a base rule because no character should ever start out this strong, especially since there are so few magi left in the world. As a dying "breed" there have only been so many legitimate users of True Magic or Sorcery and most of them have already been addressed by name within the works of Type Moon. Modern magi would be completely unable to compete with this level of high thaumaturgy that has almost been long-lost within the Association or even the Noble Families without any permission by staff to work up a character such as this.
The chances of any character gaining Sorcery level are slim to none, the chances of someone going even higher than that to gain True Magic is pretty much not going to happen.
----- i. There is also this nice area called the Objection Board you can use to debate/throw ideas on how to deal with a situation.
----- ii. Be a bit courteous and warn the player, or even ask/set up the situation, with them so that you can hammer out terms and agree on how you want your fight to look, or where it will take place.
----- iii. Reiteration - Make sure to notify/ask/set up said scenario with said person(s).
----- iv. If you are not part of the particular thread this is taking place, don't jump in randomly without asking the people already participating if it is alright with them.