Dungeons & Dragons

Code of Conduct

When agreeing to join a campaign, we expect a certain code of conduct:

 

  • Please be on time. If your campaign starts at a certain time, we expect you to be online and ready to play at that scheduled time, not 30 minutes after because you could not figure out how to get your stream started.
  • Don’t wait till the last minute. You should have any updates to your character completed and a message sent to your Dungeon Master at least a day before your campaign so that the Dungeon Master has time to review your changes and make any changes or notes of their own. Please do not wait till five minutes before your campaign starts to update your character sheet.
  • Streaming/Recording. If you are going to stream/record your session, please let everyone involved know prior to starting. It should not come as a surprise to anyone. If anyone does not give their consent you CANNOT stream/record it.
  • Weekly Attendance. We expect the groups to meet at least once every week to keep the group progressing. You should work together to find an alternate time if a person cannot meet the normally scheduled time. In the event that it is unavoidable, the group may choose to play without you or meet twice the following week. If consecutive weeks go by without a campaign meeting, we may choose to disband the group.

  • Call-Outs. It happens, you cannot meet the normally scheduled time/or you’re going to be running late. We expect that you give at least 24 hours prior notification if you are unable to attend a session. In the event of a last-minute emergency/lateness we ask that you send a message ASAP either in chat, to your Dungeon Master or to a Moderator/Admin. Communication is key. Discord now has an app for phones, there is really no excuse if you do not communicate with us. If there is repeated accounts of a player refusing to communicate their tardiness/absence, that player may be asked to leave the campaign group.

  • Be courteous and respectful. There is usually 5-7 people in the channel. Roleplaying involves a lot of talking. Please let others have a chance to speak as well. If someone else is talking please be respectful and do not talk over them.

  • Share your knowledge. Don’t hold back in sharing your DnD knowledge – it’s likely someone will find it useful or interesting. When you give information, provide your sources. There is a fine line between learning to play and META-ing. In the beginning there will be a bit of META-ing while new players learn, please be understanding during this process and help them out if they have any questions regarding how to play.

  • Leaving a Campaign. Please be courteous if you decide that you longer want to be a part of a campaign. If there are any concerns that would drive you to leave, please let the Dungeon Master or a Moderator/Admin know so that we may address it.