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Posted 09 March 2009 - 11:17 AM

The Fantasy Flight Games forums have been created as a meeting point for fans of the games we publish, a place where they can exchange ideas and opinions about these games and meet other people that share the same hobby.

To insure that the exchange of messages is fluid and requires the minimum interference by moderators and administrators, we need to all follow certain rules.

We aren't going to compile here an exhausive list of rules because we are counting on the maturity and common sense of all our users; if at any time this presumption is not confirmed by a specific case, we will take the measures each situation requires, whether the rule broken is on this list, or merely common sense.

  1. Write your messages to the appropiate forum, and if you would like to open a new tpoic, please check first to make sure there is not another topic similar to the one you propose.
  2. Don't write messages with a commercial p.
  3. Don't write messages that encourage the illegal use of products protected by copyright.
  4. Treat everyone (users or not) with respect, while enjoying the freedom to disagree with their ideas.


To sum up, if you come here to talk about games with other fans, exchange ideas, and have a good time while bothering as little as possible people who've come here to do the same, you will have no problems and need not concern yourself with this message.

If you think that any user is not respecting these rules, or you have any complaints or doubts about them, write to forum@fantasyflightgames.com.

Important note:
We recommend you read the Forum text editor's users guide.

Thank you.






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