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The following rules and policies are required knowledge for everyone who wishes to post in this forum. These rules apply universally to every post in every thread and violating them may subject you to Moderator action. Please read them carefully and understand them well before posting.

Read and Obey the Forum Rules
The ROS Forum Rules and FAQ applies to everyone posting in any section of ROS forums, this one included. Moderators have the authority to enforce these rules and will take direct action against violators. Rule violations should be reported to the Moderator for appropriate action.

The Game Master's Word is Law
Upon the creation of a game, its Game Master has jurisdiction over all actions within that game. Game Masters may generally conduct their games however they see fit, thus allowing them a great deal of control over the scenario they seek to create. That level of control is often necessary to allow for the creation of varied and interesting worlds and adventures. Game participants found to be violating the instructions of their Game Master may, at the Game Master's discretion, be subject to Moderator action.

The Five Line Rule
All role-play entries must be at least five lines long. This is not meant to annoy you, but rather to give your fellow roleplayers something to work with. It is very annoying when others do not give you something to work with and continue the story, and it might even break a campaign, so please, post at least five lines. We also hope that you'll eventually learn to post even longer posts. As a small addition to this rule, Game Masters are allowed to specify the minimum of lines each post in their campaign must have, as long as it's five or more. Anyone not following their preference can be reported and their post will be removed. If no preference is posted, it's still at least five lines.

Duplicate Role Plays
RPs that deal with the same premise/subject are not allowed to run during the same duration of time. For example, two different role plays about an invasion of the same planet. You cannot have two that deal with the same or similar plots in the same place, or anything of that sorts-- You yourself should be able to look at the RPs already in existence and determine whether or not the idea you had was similar or not. If it is, then don't post your RP-- it'll just be closed down.

A general format of role playing that is not strictly limited to role playing. This may include both strict GM controlled adventures, or open collaborative stories where all members have an equal input and control over the scenario and setting. Gameplay in Overdark is usually in 3rd person due to the fact that multiple members submit a post for their characters in pre-decided turns.

Stay In Character
If you have a question or disagreement with the GM then post a reply in the OOC board. Don't add out of character comments to an in game thread. Remember every time you do the admins/moderators have to take the time to delete them all.

When it comes to gameplay, romance is actually encouraged. As it adds a unique dynamic to the roleplay. However try to keep the certain aspects of romance in the bedroom and out of the roleplay itself. We don't want in depth detail about how two lovers spent the night together.

All non-player characters in any roleplay will be under the control of the GM as well as anyone they specifically give permission to control them.

Be original when adding content to the forum. This means we don't want canons of anything. Stereotypes are fine but don't use that as an excuse to make a parallel of something someone else has already made. Whether that be a character, a planet/location or a roleplay.

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