How to use the forums: Community Discussion

Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by AlexC__, Mar 29, 2013.

  1. New to the forums? Please read all the information below as well as this thread before posting to ensure that our forums can remain neat, tidy and easy to follow. It will also help you out! Please remember that this is simply a guide and not a list of rules, although several listed things may be enforced.

    If you have something you want to share or explain that is related to our community, do it here.

    This is the most active and most posted in EMC forum. Its topics vary from discussions with players and staff on new features, news in the EMC community, to miscellaneous discussion threads about EMC in general.

    What should NOT be posted here:
    - Anything that should be posted in another forum, use your judgement and if you're not sure, feel free to ask here. The same goes if you want to know what can be posted here.
    - Residence or wild creation show offs (post those in Community Creations)
    - Asking for general EMC help + support (save that for the Help and Support forums)
    - Something to do with other games (instead, use the Gaming forum)
    - Shop ads
    - Spam or repeated threads (excluding re-making old threads)
    - Religious or political discussion (save that for the Miscellaneous forums
    - Most things that don't have anything to do with EMC, being on EMC or the interests of EMC
    - You should NOT have any *videos* in your signature

    When posting on the threads in here, always remember:
    - The users of the EMC forums are expected to follow the same rules as players do in-game. Not following these rules could result in in-game punishments and/or a website ban
    - To respect the opinions of those involved in all threads
    - Respect the ways and methods of posting of players involved
    - To report any spam/rude/inappropriate posts
    - Don't de-rail threads or
    - If a thread has been de-railed, report the post that began it.
    - Not bumping old threads isn't a rule on EMC, however it can be frustrating so if you would like to start up the same discussion, create another thread. If you want to add something, consider how old the thread is, what you want to say and if you don't feel it's necessary after that, leave it be

    If you would like to add something, please post it below. :)
  2. Time zone bump :)