» Example: Sam grabs the foam diamond pickaxe off the shelf, haphazardly flailing it around in the air. "Wow! This is so awesome!" she exclaims gleefully.
» Example: *Sam grabs the foam diamond pickaxe off the shelf, haphazardly flailing it around in the air.* Wow! This is so awesome!
» Here is a handy guide on understanding third-person cinematic narration.
» Ex. A character who is a teacher building a kiln and smelter with Hydrocraft and mass-producing ammo.
» Ex. Building an entire two-layer-walled fort in a single day.
» Additionally, using a sledgehammer to break down barriers on areas that have clearly been blocked off by admins is strictly prohibited.
» Decisions regarding what is and is not mechanical gaming are up to the admins' discretions.
» Example: Traveling to a location in-game that you learned of out-of-character that you are not aware of in-character.
» Example: Hearing something commonly said about a character out-of-character, then using that knowledge in-character. (i.e. 'rumors')
» Decisions regarding what is and is not metagaming are up to the admins' discretions.
» This also includes performing actions that are not realistic for your character or the situation you're in.
» Make sure to always 'attempt' actions in order to give others a chance to respond.
» Correct Example: Don throws a punch at Miles, attempting to bring him down to the ground.
» Incorrect Example: Don slugs Miles in the face, bringing him down to the ground.
» This is most frequntly seen in the form of one of your characters telling another information that they can then use in-character.
» In order to prevent storycrossing, your characters may not have any direct interactions whatsoever.
» Example: Don and Miles are dating. Miles dies, and his player creates a new character who immediately grows close to Don.
» This promotes out-of-character cliques, which are not heavily endorsed on our server. It can also be considered metagaming. The two go hand-in-hand.
» Decisions on what is and is not storycrossing are up to the admins' discretions.
» You may take it to Steam, Discord DMs, or wherever as long as it does not take place directly on the server.
» This can be considered mechanical gaming due to the nature of looting in-game.
» Factions are given more leniency when it comes to hoarding.
» Example: Deciding to harm someone in-character because you're upset with them out-of-character.
» Example: Gving someone special treatment in-character because you're on good terms out-of-character.
» Decisions regarding what is and is not bleeding are up to the admins' discretions.
» When using the radio, add *R* or something similar to the beginning of your message.