(And post in this blog lol, you don't want a css testing blog in your track list!)
I've just finished typing the main information up in the rut blog, and I'd appreciate any critism should it be needed. Be it about my writing style, badly written information/instructions/rules/etc. Spelling mistakes. Last moment rules can be added too!
First things first, the rut is not due for another month or so, so please do not worry about it just yet. In this blog we are here to all discuss the rules. And we'd like to hear your input!
As is expected, last year we have made a few mistakes, so we'd also like some people to bring forward some critique and suggestions on how to run this event, afterall if it was anything like how it was the last couple of years, it will be big, and any help is appreciated greatly!
So, rules. Suggestions, discussion, anything goes, and we will take every persons words into consideration. Thank you!
- Keep it real! As the week progresses, stags are more likely to grow increasingly tired, especially after multiple spars. It is heavily frowned upon to god-mod power-play everywhere else, and here is no exception. No overly powerful tireless characters please.
- Keep it clean! This event is supposed to be friendly to all audiences, please keep this child friendly.
- Keep the peace! Yes, there will be a lot of fighting/sparring going on, but for the sake of non-participating members, please refrain from overuse of the "roaring/mooing" emote. We don't wish to be too disruptive.
- Interaction with non-participants. Of course, it's acceptable to interact with a non-participant, but you can not treat said deer as you would with a rut participant.