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Calgary and Area Star Wars Meetup Group Message Board The Galactic Senate (General Discussion) Forum › Rules Of Conduct.

Rules Of Conduct.

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Kalanar J.
Calgary, AB
Post #: 535
After recent events it becomes clear we needed to update this old copy & pasted format. So in that Same Fashion I'll use a smaller more to the point version.

Remember first and foremost, we game at a public venue. Please keep your language down to a PG-13 rating.
It is up to the player to maintain a civil tongue. The storyteller has the right to dismiss a "problem player" from their table. If a player is dismissed from 3 tables within a reasonable time frame, they will be requested to leave the meetup group. If the player feels that this ruling is unfair, they can discuss the situation with the group management to try to alleviate the problem.

The vendor management has the right to remove from the site any person for any reason.

Within a game, the storyteller is GOD and the story moves at the speed of plot. Regardless of what the text of a particular book actually says, the storyteller can override this and has final say for any rules ruling. If a player feels that a rule application was in error, they can discuss it with the storyteller after the game. Do not bring this up to the group management, we will side with the storyteller.

The storyteller has the right to determine if they are comfortable with a particular table size. If they feel they can't handle more than the current people at the table, they can refuse participation, but newcomers can and are welcome to watch. We will do our best to maintain a level of storytellers to players ratio so that everyone can participate and so that people are not waiting an hour for their turn. That said, we are always looking for storytellers willing to run tables. Rule of thumb for a game is 1 storyteller for 6 players, but the individual storyteller has final say.

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