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We want our players to feel at home on all our Forums. Anyone should feel comfortable asking
for help, sharing their tips and tricks, and having fun with other players. That's why it's important
that everyone feels comfortable expressing themselves.

To keep our games and communities safe and fair we have to put a few rules in place. Our
guidelines show you the type of behavior we need to create a fun, safe community for everyone.

That includes things like:

  • Stopping any toxic behavior.
  • Keeping things fair.
  • Creating clean content.

These guidelines don't include all behaviors, and moderators can decide if something is toxic or
unfair based on the context.

For a list of the rules you agree to when you sign up for Tracery of Fate account and use our
Service, read User Agreement.

Any questions? Ask Tracery of Fate Community Manager via Direct Message.


Our forum moderators oversee all posts. Posts that break the rules and guidelines may be
removed. If you break the rules, we also may need to sanction your forum account. If you want
to appeal a ban or moderation decision, you can use our steps on Tracery of Fate Help.


Here's a breakdown for what to do and what not to do here on Tracery of Fate Forums.


Post in the right place. Check the section you're posting in before submitting. If a post is in the
wrong place we might move or remove it.

Use the search feature to see if there's already a thread for your question. If there is, use it instead
of making a new one. Try to include all your points in a single place.

Be descriptive. Give us as much information as you can. Name your thread "Tracery of Fate - I
need help with feature X" instead of just "Help!" That way everyone can be ready to help you
faster. Likewise, for discussions something like "Tracery of Fate Synergy thread" will drive the
conversation more than naming your topic "Tracery of Fate".

Be accurate. Make sure the title of your thread matches what your post is about.

Link to first party sites when you're helping with tech issues. If someone needs help with their
nVidia driver, link to the nVidia website. That way we know we can trust the source of the info.
Post in the language of the forum. Our Tracery of Fate forum is available in English.

Keep it on-topic. If someone created a thread, it's because they're looking for an answer to their
question or want to discuss a specific topic. Changing the topic of the thread isn't helpful.
Keep it game-related. We're not here to debate politics or religion or lobby for anything, so keep
the conversation about our games.

Keep content clean and appropriate. Players of all ages see Tracery of Fate Forums, this is true
even for T and M rated games. Make sure that any posts or images you use, or any websites you
link, are in line with the Tracery of Fate Forum Rules & Guidelines below and the User

Be patient. Keep track of your thread using bookmarks or by subscribing to the thread. Other
players will post in your thread when they are interested or have an answer for you.

Report toxic behavior. Our games are a place for you to express yourself and your individuality.
But it's not just your space, it's everyone's, so respect others even if they have a different opinion.
If you see any toxic behavior such as harassing, bullying, or threatening, always report it through
the dedicated report tool or directly to a Community Manager.

Doing something on this list often can get your forum account warned, suspended, or sometimes
even permanently banned.

Don't bully or use toxic behavior. It's against the rules and is a one-stop-shop to getting banned
from the forums. Your gaming account will also be reviewed. We count on you to keep toxicity
out of our community. Personal defamation, harassing, bullying, threatening, offending, or any
harmful behavior towards others is not acceptable - ever.

Don't abuse the formatting options. Nobody likes being YELLED AT!!?!? This means, don't

  • Extra-large fonts
  • Repeated symbols

Don't call out Community Managers and Officials in thread titles. Be cool, folks. We know you
want to grab our attention, but good thread titles like the example in Dos will help you get our
attention much easier.

Don't call for boycotts or misuse petitions. Inappropriate petitions and boycott discussions do not
contribute to a useful and productive forum.

Don't cheat to rank up. Level up your forum account just like you would level up in one of our
games, by participating and not by cheating. Any threads posted to boost points or otherwise
influence your forum rank directly will be closed.

Don't post personal information. Forum posts are visible to everyone and can show up in search
engine results. Protect the privacy of yourself and others.

Don't be inappropriate. That means no obscenity or other explicit posts i.e. sexting. This includes
role play threads.

Don't be rude. No matter what your feelings are about other people, Tracery of Fate Forums
aren't the place to attack another person. That includes public figures, Sign Narva employees, or
other forum users.

Don't chat about moderation. Our moderators are here to keep this place happy and helpful for
everyone. Discussing the way they do things on the forum is not okay, if you have any questions
about your own moderation history feel free to reach out to a moderator or Community manager.

Don't impersonate anybody. This includes Sign Narva employees, other community members,
celebrities and anyone else. It also includes simulating privileges of forum accounts with a
higher level rank, like signatures.

Don't spam or flood boards. That means don't post disruptive numbers of messages, meme, gifs
and images e.g.: posting the same message in multiple forums, or sending the same DM multiple
times. Spamming can include:

  • Bumping threads or messages: Doing this once or twice is fine. Multiple bumps in a short
    period of time is considered spamming. Use your bumps wisely.
  • Post blank or 'no text' messages: You won't receive an answer if your question is unclear.
  • Mass tags: It's very rare that more than one tag is needed. Don't tag multiple forum members or
    Sign Narva Employees to get attention.

Don't curse or swear. Don't try to get away with it by using symbols in place of letters, too. We
all k*** what you're trying to s**.

Don't "name and shame". If you see a suspected cheater, please report them by using the
appropriate tools. We can't take any action against such accounts on Answers HQ, and such posts
can lead to harassment.

Don't make false claims to Sign Narva staff.

Don't advertise. For anything: pay-to-play gaming sites, products or items for sale, referral links
or advert links/images in forum signatures, avatar posts, blogs, profiles, you name it! You can
still link free gaming fan sites and free-to-enter league sites.

Don't link to "shady" sites. Links to other sites should be appropriate and not contain content like
cheat promotion, adult material or unsafe software.

Don't "necropost". Reviving, updating or bumping old, outdated and irrelevant threads is not
helpful for our community. It's best to check when the thread was created before you hit post,
just to make sure it's not 2 years old for example.

Don't make legal threats. The forums aren't the ideal place for legal discussions and posts
including legal chat will be removed.


These are more serious don'ts. That means if you do something from this list, we might ban you
right away.

Don't discriminate. That means no sexism, racism etc.

Don't link to or discuss pirated and/or harmful content: Such as Trojan horses. That's not allowed
and will result in account action.

Don't be a troll, bait or flame. This includes deliberately trying to cause an argument by making
sarcastic, off-topic, rude or disruptive posts, and discussions.

Don't do anything illegal. To ensure everyone feels safe, it's important that you follow the local
laws when playing our games. This not only includes keeping things legal, but reporting
anything you see that breaks the law or promotes doing so. This means no:

  • Identity theft
  • Identity fraud
  • "Swatting"
  • Doxxing
  • Stalking
  • Making personal threats
  • Blackmail and extortion

Don't promote or discuss activities that are against the Sign Narva User Agreement. This
includes software piracy, "hacks", "torrents", game "cracks", and more.

  • See that happening on the forums? Report it directly to a Community Manager.
  • See a website that sells or promotes such activities? Report it directly to Sign Narva.

Don't post anything that references adult materials. This includes linking to adult-themed mods
for games. We've got young gamers on here, too.

Don't ask for or giving out CD-Keys/Product Codes. Missing the code for your game? Head to
Help to contact us.

Don't share accounts. Sharing accounts will get you banned.

Don't post copyrighted material. This includes images as well as text from game guides. If you
don't own it, don't post it.

Don't create more than one forum account. Accounts created for inappropriate or unauthorized
reasons will be banned.

No Coin Buying / Selling / Promoting / Gambling. These are all against our Sign Narva User

Don't post real-life threats.


A lot of our rules about images, avatars are the same as our Dos and Don'ts. But just to make
sure it's clear, here's what you can and can't do.


You can:

  • keep it clean, with appropriate images for all ages.
  • make your own images. We like your style.
  • have fun!

But don't:

  • use personal photos.
  • include religious or political content. Keep it on-topic.
  • use racist, hateful, controversial, or illegal content.


In some Forums signatures is a feature only available for certain ranks. If the option is available
for you:

You can:

  • include a cool picture. The above rules for images also apply for signatures.
  • keep it tidy, with up to three lines of text.

But don't:

  • make it too long. The longer the signature, the more cluttered the boards will get. Limit your
    signature to three lines or less. Unless someone from the Forum Team has given you permission,
    keep it short.
  • have large pictures or text. Sometimes bigger isn't always better.
  • link to pirated and/or harmful content, like Trojan horses or adult-themed things. That's not
    allowed and will result in account action.


Being temporarily banned from the Forums means that you have broken the rules or have not
been participating in a constructive fashion. Take a break, go for a walk, have a snack, play some
games: it's not a big deal. We're not mad at you; you just need a break. Please, take time to
review the rules and guidelines as posted above.

A short-term ban is our way of preventing further disruptive behavior and asking you to
reexamine how you behave. Do not discuss your ban on the public forums or ask your friends to
post about it for you. That could get your ban extended and may even get your friends in trouble,
too. Keep in mind that discussing moderation is against our rules.

If you think you've been banned by mistake, get in touch with our Terms of Service team by
following the steps outlined here

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