COMMUNITY RULES

Read all of the rules carefully. Claiming ignorance of these rules is not allowed and will result in at least a 24-hour ban.

1 – Be respectful of others in the community; personal insults or verbal attacks outside of role-play (RP) are strictly prohibited!

2 – RP that violates the Twitch Terms of Service (ToS) and Rules of Conduct (RoC) is strictly prohibited:

 

3 – Any player caught harassing or bullying another player on the server, or outside of the server but in relation to their presence on the server, will be permanently removed and barred from the current and any future whitelists.

4 – Your first action in any disagreement should always be to try to RP it out. If that doesn’t work and you have a problem with another player, handle it privately, rather than having an open argument on the radio/in chat in the game or in a public forum like Discord or Twitch. If the player has broken a rule, file a report.

5 – Speaking poorly of others on streams, in chats, or elsewhere will not be tolerated. If you have an issue with someone, submit a report. You are representing TwitchRP when you’re on our servers.

6 – Do not message admins directly for general questions. We have a FAQ for reference and a Discord where you can ask for assistance (#in-game-assistance for IN-GAME HELP REQUESTS ONLY, and any of the general channels for general help). You MAY message admins for issues you’d like kept private, and for rule clarifications.

7 – If an admin contacts you to discuss a timeout, the ban will not be lifted (regardless of its initial duration) until you have spoken to the admin. If an admin contacts you to discuss a rule break and you do not acknowledge the message with a response, you may be timed out until you do so.

8 – When you applied to TwitchRP, you signed up with Discord as part of the process. It’s required that you edit your nickname on the TwitchRP Discord server to “Steam Name You Applied With (Current Character Name)” so that it’s easier for people to contact you. Additionally, this will allow admins to find you quickly in the event a report is filed against you. If the admins are unable to contact you, we will have no other recourse than to take appropriate actions against you, as we will only have one side of the story. If your Steam name is the same as your character name, you must still follow this rule.

9 – You must stay in character at all times on TwitchRP servers. This means no going out-of-character (OOC) on the radio/in-game chats, as well. Message people on Steam, Discord, or other methods if you need to, but keep it all in-character (IC) when playing on TwitchRP.

10 – DO NOT broadcast music to the server using the internal VOIP unless agreed upon by all present parties.

DISCORD RULES – also posted in the Discord

1 Treat all members with respect.

2 Update your name to the proper format. “Steam name (Character name)” the steam name must be the one on your application when you signed up and if they are the same then please repeat them.

3 Do not dm admins unless they explicitly say it is ok.

4 Do not tag admins without reason. (Asking general questions is not a reason)

5 Do not bring character bashing/salt into the discord. Either dm the people directly or file a report.

6 Harassment, abuse, hate speech or any kind of discriminatory speech will not be tolerated.

7 Racial and offensive slurs will also not be tolerated, both of which (6 and 7) will result in a ban.

8 Offensive/nsfw names and avatars are not allowed and will result in a warning.

9 – Advertising of any sort will not be tolerated. The exception being the #trp-stream-roster channel. Or given explicit permission from an admin.

10 Do not spam the bot. He has feelings too ya know.

11 – Admins have the final say in what is allowed. They have the right to remove posts as they see fit.

12 If you disagree with an admin’s decision you can appeal on the website via the report function.

13 – You must follow Discords ToS – https://discordapp.com/terms

The admins have the final say in any situation, and all rules are subject to change. When the admins review a situation, more than one opinion is used.