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PostSubject: Greetings, Introductions, and Rules   Thu Oct 15, 2009 12:36 am

Ladies and Gentlemen, this is the resident spirit of fire and your new mod for this section, if you'll please follow the flight attendant's lead we'll be able to take off shortly...

Drama Free Rulebook
This is the rulebook laid down by Joker's Ace. This is law. If anything I ask in this forum conflicts with what is written in that book, the book wins. Every time.

I'll be watching this area like a hawk, and since trouble in this section is likely to few and far between I'll probably be a very starved hawk before too long.
I'm expecting, as anyone would, basic levels of politeness and appropriate behavior from the people here. When in doubt about whether something is appropriate, read all the rules over again. If you still have questions, PM me. I'm on nearly every day, most often several times a day, so I'm never very far when you need me.

Let's go through the basic list of dos and don'ts...
1. Always follow the rules of the forum, linked near the top of this post and again HERE.
2. Always be polite when offering criticism about someone's work. This is a place for honest feedback, yes, but there is NO place for you to be a jerk about someone's hard work.
3. When posting a topic here, I'd like one topic per member. It's not hard to keep track of your feedback for multiple works with a single topic if everyone follows these rules, because number four is...
4. When posting in a topic, please indicate which original work you are referring to somewhere in the post. It's just easier to keep track of things that way if they have more than one original work. This includes authors, if you're saying something about a work and there's any question as to which work you mean.
5. Rules 3 and 4 are strong suggestions, but they aren't punishable offenses. This is just something you can do to keep everything clean and tidy.
6. If someone breaks the rules, please PM me. I'll be trying to read every thread, but I do make mistakes and I might not see something right off the bat. Whatever you do, don't try to solve a problem by yourself. That rarely leads to peace between members.

Most of this is just common, every day courtesy and general forum knowledge. It's not that hard to see why these rules are what they are, you're probably already following them even without me saying anything. So, in the spirit of trusting you to know what's mature and what's nothing but useless drama, please fasten your seat belts and return your chair and trays to their upright positions, we're taking off.
~Shiroi-Ka, The White Fire


Global Mod of Fire, PM for assistance
I <3 you... So so much...
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