Rules

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  1. Not be tolerated:
    pornographic content
    sexual discrimination
    rude behaviour
    rude language
    racism
    Neither on village squares nor in houses nor mails. We use moderators to keep an eye on it, as well as we will follow anonymous hints. From deletion of posts up to permanent bans... any punishment can be taken.
  2. You may use multiaccounts as this is currently allowed.
  3. Yet: You are not allowed to make a multiaccount just to get yourself more donation points, gold, buffs (marriage), etc. To put it short, you should not do so to benefit one character through the other. If you do, punishment includes cancellation of credited donation points and a ban from the server.
  4. To stress it: Do not transfer donation points from one multiacc to the other.
  5. No advertising for LotGD-games (any themes like Bleach, Naruto or whatever) nor something commercial, the only exceptions are linked partner sites on the main page. Violation causes permanent bans. To clarify: Any submission of game links or 'how to get there' are meant. Do so outside the game if you need to tell your friends about a game, but for multiple reasons this is forbidden ingame.
  6. Report obvious bugs. If you exploit bugs you will be punished according to the degree of the exploit.
  7. Try to use normal language. "Ey bud wazzup" is not really something a Naruto character would say, would he.
  8. The policy here is: Email Account Holder == Character Owner. There are no 'changes back'.
    1. You are not allowed to give your password out. We won't check that, but if you do, all actions done with that account are *YOUR* actions, regardless of who sits in front of the monitor.
    2. If somebody has the password and changes the email, he/she is the account holder. Full stop. Request for a 'rollback' will not be accepted.
    3. If you pick an unsafe password like your first name or similar things, you, and only you are responsible for it.
  9. We cannot distinguish real persons over the net. But we can distinguish computers. So, if you play with friends on *one* PC, and *one* of them gets banned, *you* will get banned too. Make different user accounts on that machine or use different computers.
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