Movoda Rules

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General Rules
These are just general common sense things designed to keep the game fair and enjoyable for everyone. This is not an all-encompassing list, but guidelines for what is not allowed.

1. Using Bots
Having another person, or program click the Bot check or play for you is strictly against the rules and could get you banned. You are not allowed to use anything that gives your character an unfair advantage in the game. This also includes having multiple accounts, each person is allowed one account, if for any reason you need to change your account message a mod about it.

2. Obscene Language
Movoda is a game with players of all ages and languages. Although we don't expect all players to speak like perfect angels, we won’t tolerate using any obscene Language. This includes racism, cursing, and even “Shut Up.” There are areas where you can talk as you like, but for any messages available to be read by the entire game population you are expected to keep the language clean.

3. Harassment
Being rude and annoying to someone after they have asked you to stop is against the rules. Any messages meant only to harass or annoy another player can be considered harassment. Joking around is okay, but if someone asks you to stop then it is time to change the subject. This also applies to mods or any staff members, questioning the actions of a mod in public chat or calling for the mute of another player can all be considered harassment.

4. Abuse of Game Bugs
If you find a bug, report it. If you exploit it you may be subject to banning.

5. Impersonating another Player / Moderator / Admin
This is NOT allowed. Using the tag Admin, or Mod / Moderator or anything designed to look similar to these words is not allowed. The same goes for other player names, any account created with the intention of fooling people into thinking you are someone else will be banned. You should also not post things anywhere where you attribute something to someone who did not...
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