Forum Rules

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    Bobby
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    I. General Forum Rules:

    Do not:

    • Flame or insult other members.
    • Bypass the swear filter or other filters.
    • Abuse or encourage abuse of the Reputation, Post Reporting, or Private Messaging Systems
    • Post personally identifiable information (i.e. name, address, email, phone number, etc.)
    • Bump threads
    • Derail a thread’s topic.
    • Post links to phishing sites.
    • Post spam (i.e. +1, 10char, rickrolls) or Re-post Closed, Modified, Deleted Content.
    • Repetitively post in the incorrect forum (example: trade requests belong in trading forum).
    • Openly argue with a moderator. Contact the Moderator via a private message.
    • Share your account. Forum accounts are intended for the use by one person.
    • Create alternate, backup, or multiple accounts.
    • Publicly post or otherwise share PMs with other users unless you have the expressed permission of the sender to do so. Private Messages are intended to be just that – private.

    II. The following topics are strictly off limits, including in external links:

    • Porn, gross stuff, or anything else not safe for work
    • Piracy, warez, Leaked content.
    • *Any* discussion of piracy will result in a permanent ban from the Steam Forums.
    • Cheating, hacking, game exploits
    • Threats of violence or harassment, even as a joke
    • Posting copyrighted material such as magazine scans
    • Soliciting, begging, auctioning, selling, advertising, referrals
    • Racism, discrimination
    • Drugs, alcohol
    • Religious, political, and other “prone to huge arguments” threads

     

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