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General Site & Forum Rules
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Posted 1/16/09 , edited 1/16/09
> FORUMS and WALL POSTS <

... NO Flamebaiting and Flaming ...
- cursing and bad-mouthing anyone will not be tolerated -

... Generally, be respectful in tone ...
- yelling or typing in ALL CAPS will not be tolerated -

... Forum standards are rated PG-13 ...
- posting naughty links or graven images will not be tolerated -

... Spamming is prohibited ...
- Spams will automatically be removed and deleted without prior notice and SPAMMERS will be warned and banned if necessary -

> UPLOADING PHOTOS <

... ALL photos to be uploaded SHOULD and MUST BE related to the series - Vampire Knight / Vampire Knight Guilty; and SHOULD and MUST NOT contain any form of nudity ...
- any photos uploaded which violates this premise will be removed and deleted without prior notice -

... Thou Shalt Accept the Moderators' and Administrators Decisions ...
- We, the moderators (murraychrystal and pop_buzz), reserve the right to edit any part of a post, member profile, ban members (temporarily or permanently) and other miscellaneous actions required to keep the forum in order -

NOTE:
These rules are set by the CR staffs themselves - Shinji and the rest of his gang - and not by me and/or murraychrystal. This post is just a brief summary of the very lengthy site rules and regulations. Just wanted to make sure that y'all are aware of these so that it'll be easier for everyone to keep this series and the forums in order..
CR Site/Forum Rules (Updated: 12-11-2008)
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Posted 7/14/09 , edited 7/14/09
= NEW FORUM RULES SPECIFIC FOR VAMPIRE KNIGHT =

- Any forum topic which hasn't been touched for 3 months or more will be locked and moved to the closed threads. This is to make sure that we are keeping the forums neat, clean and void of any forums topics that aren't being entertained and responded to by the members. Three months of not being touched, i believe, would be a reasonable time frame to say that a forum topic has gone "dead" -

Thanks!


- pop_buzz -
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