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==#Roleplaying rules==
 
==#Roleplaying rules==
Our channel #roleplaying and its associate channels were set up under the concept that people want to join a community that wants to get away from the stresses of real life and just have fun together. We can create a world, or several worlds, limited only by our imaginations, where we truly have the possibilities of being whoever and whatever we want to be. From being a noble warrior to a treacherous assassin, a simple merchant to a regal prince or princess, we have opportunities not only to create spectacular campaigns together, but most importantly, sensational memories and lasting friendships.
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Our channel #roleplaying and its associate channels were set up under the concept that people want to join a community that wants to get away from the stresses of real life and just have fun together. We can create a world, or several worlds, limited only by our imaginations, where we truly have the possibilities of being whoever and whatever we want to be. From being a noble warrior to a treacherous assassin, a simple merchant to a regal prince or princess, we have opportunities not to only create spectacular campaigns together, but most importantly, sensational memories and lasting friendships.
  
 
This stable culture of ours doesn't come on its own. Even when people have the best intentions, misunderstandings and personality conflicts can occur, which can lead to fighting, bitterness, and eventually toxic and stressful environments to the point where there is no turning back. This is exactly the opposite of what we want to achieve; we want to have fun together, and that requires each of us to set high standards of civility for one another when we're online.
 
This stable culture of ours doesn't come on its own. Even when people have the best intentions, misunderstandings and personality conflicts can occur, which can lead to fighting, bitterness, and eventually toxic and stressful environments to the point where there is no turning back. This is exactly the opposite of what we want to achieve; we want to have fun together, and that requires each of us to set high standards of civility for one another when we're online.

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