Player Code of Conduct and Player Interaction

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Redeemed - How do christians compose themselves in an online game?

Some things that you can expect from the members of our guild:
  1. Members can expect to be greeted upon login. Even as we grow, we want everyone to feel welcome.
  2. Members can expect to make many new friends if they are willing to step outside of their smaller circle and play with all of the guild members.
  3. Members can expect a guild chat that is kept clean and edifying. Some playing around and dissing is fun but insults and degradation should never happen towards a family\guild member.
  4. Members can expect each other to honor the ten commandments in our guild chat and gaming activity. For example, honoring God in our speech, showing respect for our parents, not placing leveling and game achievements over the needs of our families thus making the game an idol, and honoring the guild charter. If you'd like a quick run down of the commandments, check Deuteronomy 5 in your bible or even visit this informal link - Wikipedia Ten Commandments.
There are also certain things that members should not expect the guild or members of the guild to do. These things include, but are not limited to: power leveling, being twinked, or receiving hand-outs. Members of the guild should think about how they can better help the guild as a whole before they receive such bonuses.

Members who demand such services can expect to be dealt with swiftly as the guild officers take pride in their guild.

1 Timothy 4:12
Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in life, in love, in faith and in purity.

Titus 2:7
In everything set them an example by doing what is good.

Here is an exerpt of our Guild Charter pertaining to player conduct:

Guild Charter
Player Conduct for Redeemed: Warhammer - Age of Reckoning:

Section 1: Cheating

cheat 1. v.t. to trick or deceive. v.i. to play a game not according to the rules

Cheating, in any form, will not be tolerated. Use of hacks, use of dummy accounts to promote oneself on any ladder system, or any other method of cheating is grounds for immediate dismissal from the chapter.

Section 2: Profanity & Obscenity

profane v.t. to treat (something sacred) with irreverence

obscene adj. that which morally corrupts

Members who use profane and/or obscene language will receive reprimands. If the conduct continues, the member will be dismissed from the chapter.

Section 3: Hostility

hostility adj. unfriendliness

Members who display open hostility (i.e. “trash talking”) towards other members or non-members will be reprimanded. If the hostile behavior continues, the member will be dismissed. This law also encompasses gossip. This law does NOT apply to playful competitive language.

Section 4: False Accusations

Any member found to purposely bring false accusations of conduct stated above will be immediately dismissed from the group.

Section 5: Witnessing & Encouragement

encourage v.t. to give courage or confident to; to raise the hopes of; to help on by sympathetic advice and interest; to advise and make it easy for (someone to do something); to promote, stimulate; to strengthen (a belief or idea)

All members are encouraged to witness to non-Christians, whether through open conversation or by the example of their conduct. All members should also encourage and uplift their fellow members.

Section 6: Summary

“‘Teacher, which is the great commandment in the law?’ Jesus said to him, ‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself. On these two commandments hang all the Law and the Prophets.’”

Matthew 22:36-40 (NKJV)
Why does no one ever RvR with me?
There are many reasons as to how people spend their time in game. For many people they simply log in and perform a pre-manufactured schedule they have made up for themselves that may not allow much wiggle room. Others may not be in the mood for RVR. Also, ask yourself, if you are waiting for someone else to invite you to an RvR group, or if you are making an attempt to initiate RvR activities yourself or reach out to those who may be participating. It it difficult for some people to speak up and ask to be included. If this is the case, that shyness can sometimes be misinterpreted as disinterest. If you see RvR going on, ask those involved to be included. (Also, keep in mind that tells and guild chat can sometimes be missed in the chaos of RvR. If your first request doesn't get a response, ask again. Better yet, log on to Vent and ask there!) If there isn't any RvR going on, speak up and see if you can start an RvR group yourself. The more that you express interest and a desire to participate, the more other people will think to actively include you in future events.

Don't hesitate to whisper an officer if you want assistance in finding an appropriate group.

When do I roll Need or Greed?
Hit Need if you need the item AND it is an upgrade on the current character you are playing, greed otherwise. Do not hit need for another character you may have or for another player that you think might want it without politely asking for permission first. If in doubt, ask first or roll greed.

What class should I be?
Play what you will enjoy most. We need people that are excited to learn everything about the class they have chosen because they enjoy it. Do not pick a class because you think the guild needs it. This often leads to people feeling that they deserve special power leveling or attention because they picked a class to help the guild out. You are the only one that can know what class you should be. Try them all and pick your favorite.
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