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|23:23, 14 April 2015||WhiteWizard (Talk | contribs)||New thread created|
I think mentioning nulling a RP as one of the retcon options, specifically for players who can't agree on how to retcon the RP to both their liking. Also, it should be made clear that a retcon needs to be approved by all the people involved: you can't make up what Bob did when you retcon your character.
Metagaming: Metagaming is not as black and white as this document makes it out to be. There are situations where Metagaming is not only desirable, but required because of imperfections in the RP world and just plain for the fun of the people involved. Where it becomes a problem is as is said in that document, when it's used to gain an advantage over another player with out their consent. That last few words there are important: in a Muck where BDSM theme is still going to be prevalent OOC arrangements to gain an advantage over another player. The section on powergaming goes into that a bit for example.
Real people and/or copyrighted characters: Should mention this is also core policy.
Wizards: Chromatic wizards should be seen as OOC entities entirely. The IC force that protects the worlds (the guardian spirits) is even less well defined IC than that, and is a continuing mystery at this time. Discovering more about that may well be good fuel for sanctioned plots.
On the subject of Burden of Power and NPCs, it should be clarified that important NPCs (non-fluff characters) should not be played by users with out wizard approval. It should also be noted that the wizards may authorize actual NPC accounts for events and RP, either run by the wizards, or people picked specially for the task which would likely be restricted to users in good standing.