In an effort to help foster an immersive RP environment for everyone in the guild and the community at large, we have some rules regarding staying in-character and speaking out-of-character.
This can be a challenge for new RPers, but we can provide you with guidance and tips on how to approach difficult situatiions so that you are still able to stay in-character and even have fun with it when some asshole is trying to troll you.
In general, members are required to stay in-character, and to only speak in-character in the following chat channels:
/say /yell /emote
Limited use of ((OOC)) brackets is OK so long as it's not constant. Members can speak OOC as much as they want in these channels:
/guild /raid /instance /party
Blizzard Community channels are considered OOC, RP is not expected in any of them.
Griefing RP events on either faction is strictly forbidden and will result in your explusion from the guild.
Discord & OOC channels
Discord is considered a "Rated R" environment, but not everyone shares your sense of humor and be conscientious enough to understand that. Our Discord tends to be "colorfully offensive" with plenty of fun-spirited profanity tossed back amongst old friends, but never with malicious intent. Thick skin is strongly advised.
If there's an issue with something being discussed, it should be brought to the Guildmaster.
If you fuck up, man/woman up and apologize. There's no shame in admitting you made a mistake or over-reacted during an argument. Everyone makes mistakes - if you make one - don't let your ego get in the way and simply apologize. People will respect you more for it.