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« on: August 15, 2009, 09:53:21 pm »

ONLY REPORT A USER IF HE/SHE BREAKS ANY OF THE IN-GAME RULES!!


If you feel that another player did something wrong that isn't against the rules, but was offensive to you, then please post it here and we'll evaluate it.


Here's the template for reporting other players in-game. Please make sure you have an in-game screenshot ready before you do this.

How to take an in-game screenshot:
Press F12 and then look in the game folder. There should be a .bmp file there. The beginning of the file name will begin with "Screenshot."

You may have to upload the screenshot on an image hosting website, such as ImageShack or Photobucket.



Every post should contain this template, unless you have a question about something. You can copy and paste it and just fill in the corresponding information.

Reporting Template:

Name of Offender:
Offense Committed (rule number or offense title):
Approximately how long ago the offense was committed:
Reason for committing the offense (if known):
What you were doing at the time of the offense:
Any previous offenses committed by this player(if known):
How well this player gets along with other players (if known):
Screenshot:



That's about all. Please don't report other players just to get them into trouble or if you simply don't like them. Also, please do not report yourself.

At certain times, you may not have to report another player, even if he/she broke the rules, unless it's a serious offense. An example would be a mild swear. Try talking to the player and finding out why he/she has committed this offense.

The player being accused of committing an offense can defend him/herself on the same topic he/she was accused on.
« Last Edit: August 15, 2009, 11:50:55 pm by hydrakiller4000 » Report Spam   Logged

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