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Universal Rules are rules that are enforced throughout the entire board and must be obeyed at all times by all users. Understanding (including all changes) these rules are the responsibility of the user alone. It might look like a lot, but most of it is common courtesy and common sense. They are subject to change at any time; each member is responsible for keeping up with any updates. Board-specific rules are in force in those sections of the forum. Where there is no board-specific rule covering an action, the Universal Rules are the default standard.
By using this message forum, you agree to these rules.


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1) No profanity, inappropriate material, or content.
2) No illegal content.
3) No harassment.
4) No flaming.
5) No trolling.
6) No spamming (advertising, bumping, and multi-posting included, see below).
7) No trick links/pranking
8) Staff may delete and lock messages at their discretion.
9) No posting unreleased or staff-only items.
10) Please be accurate.


1) No profanity, inappropriate material, or content.

This is a family friendly board; we have players of all ages, including children. Do not post links to sites that have content rated more "mature" than PG-13 (Some PG-13 content, swearing and partial nudity in particular, is prohibited from the boards.). Any material that is pornographic, sexually explicit, graphically violent (detailed descriptions of violence include describing/referencing torture, vicious acts of physical brutality, etc), visually offensive, derogatory, or discriminates on the basis of gender, race, ethnicity, color, creed, religion, lifestyle, or, any other material (includes nudity and offensive pictures) that may be deemed as objectionable in a public community environment is strictly prohibited.
Profanity is strictly prohibited. Use of foul language, including swear words, real-world racial slurs, alternate spellings, and other language that is not consistent with the fantasy environment will be considered a disruption.
Any swearing, whether spelled out, placed in an acronym, and/or censored, or placed in a graphical image/offsite link, is prohibited.

2) No illegal content.

This includes linking to any sites that may violate the rules. If you have any doubts whatsoever about the appropriateness of the content you want to post, don't post it. This includes but is not limited to:

  • adult-oriented content
  • content that breaks any laws
  • copyright infringement (many MP3s, ROMs, etc.), warez, CD keys, cracks, passwords, serial numbers, etc.
  • gambling and drugs
  • terrorism (promotion/carrying it through)
  • trojans, viruses, worms, and other such harmful things

3) You must not harass or abuse others.

Harassment is defined as specifically targeting another player or group of players to harm or inconvenience them. As harassment can take many forms, the moderators will make a determination as to whether or not a "reasonable person" would feel harassed and act accordingly. Actions which would be considered abuse include but are not limited to:

3.1) Sexual Abuse or Harassment

Untoward and/or unwelcome advances of a graphic and sexual nature - PMs: If someone tells you to stop PMing them and includes a reason, you stop. If you do not, it will be considered harassment.

3.2) Attempting to Defraud

Creating false information with the intent of harming another and/or receiving benefits as a result - This includes reporting player misconduct without basis for it.

3.3) Personal Abuse

Includes but is not limited to sending excessive private messages or e-mails to a moderator or staff member, making physical threats, or using abusive language against a moderator.

3.4) Fellow Users

The above also apply to fellow users on the Forum boards.

5) No trolling.

Trolling is posting with the intent to cause a negative reaction in an individual or group of people. This can take the form of pointlessly spamming a thread or a more directed form of posting something you know is likely to upset them. If you don't have any serious things to contribute to the conversation, stay out of it. In other words, do not post anything intended to provoke someone into replying negatively.

6) No spamming.

Please keep threads on a topic related to the board you are posting in, and replies relevant to the topic you are replying to.

7) Trick links and pranking.

Trick links (Saying a link will show someone something, but then actually linking to something else) are not allowed. Trick links of a malicious nature (browser hijacking links, for example) will be severely punished, even for a first offense.
Pranking is also not allowed. Pranking is posting anything which you claim is truthful even though you know it to be false. (For example, posting that a release is live or that a certain item has been made rare when you know the statements to be false.)

8) Staff may delete and lock messages at their discretion.

Part of the job of moderators is to keep the boards clean. Messages deemed inappropriate, old, or off topic may be deleted/locked by moderators at any time.

9) You may only post entries that are or have been available to the public.

That means no private-only items. Any private information or information gathered through cheating will not be tolerated. If anyone does publish such information in any way or form, they will lose their ability to post on this wikidot. This applies to all items and details when they are obtainable only through illegal methods such as cheating. Private only items are considered unobtainable to public and therefore should not be added to the wikidot.

10) Please be accurate.

It is a pain for everyone if people do not follow templates or post inaccurate information. This is not a race, so please check and recheck all information you post for new releases, and make sure they follow the same format as the majority of other similar categorical entries.

Forum Rules by Tendou no MazoTendou no Mazo, 08 Aug 2012 17:24

What are Tags?
Tags are those little red words at the bottom left of a vast amount of the wiki pages.

What do they do?
They categorize pages and associate them to one another, and displays the Tag name on the Tag Cloud.

Tag Cloud?
The Tag Cloud can be seen in the left side bar of the wiki (doesn't it look awesome). These are the most popular / frequently used Tags. A full Tag Cloud can be seen here or by clicking any Tag.

So…. whats the point?
It's best described by example. Lets say you want to find every Naruto char on this website, you probably know there will be many chars stored there, you'd have to check them all. Simply click on the "Naruto" tag and it will bring back every page we have chosen to label with the word "Naruto". Pretty simple, and pretty useful.

Are there any rules to Tags?
As always, follow the general rules of this forum: http://loozsom.wikidot.com/forum/t-548595/forum-rules
Other than that, here are a few guidelines;

  • Any page can have more than one tag.
  • All tags must be a single word, or joined with a hyphen. Use a space and it will be considered 2 or more separate tags.
  • If you want to use an existing tag, ensure you spell it exactly the same way.
  • If you make a new tag category, do it with reason, tags are virtually useless if only one page has the tag.
  • If you don't understand a tag, click it and see what other items have the same tag. Please try not to make new tags if a suitable tag exists (eg - don't add "Lizard" when we have "Reptile") unless you think it is necessary.
  • If you make a new tag, post it here so i can add it to the list.

How do I add/remove Tags?
There is a little red button at the bottom of every page, go to that and add / delete the tag you want, and hit save.

The more careful we are with our tags, the better they work. And remember, if only one page exists with a tag, it is virtually useless.

If there is a tag you would like to add, change or remove, please provide the tag name, description of the tag (what the tag is used for), and the reason for the addition/change/removal.


Follows is a list of every tag we are currently using, and a short description of what they mean;

Tag Discussion by Tendou no MazoTendou no Mazo, 08 Aug 2012 17:17

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