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Welcome to the New Privateer Press Community Hub!
We’re all here to have a good time. If you’re reading this, then we’ve got something in common: we like the stuff that Privateer Press makes. So, we’ve created this Community Hub to share our common interests in the games, our passion for the hobby, and our enthusiasm for the worlds that Privateer has created, worlds that bring us all together.
This Community Hub is a welcome place for all, both new and long-time players alike. We want to help new players find their way into the games; we want to see your latest miniatures masterpieces; and we want to hear about your daring exploits on the tabletop.
Opinions are welcome. What’s not welcome are insults, complaints, whining, or any behavior meant to hurt or degrade anyone or anything. We have created this space with a zero-tolerance policy for toxicity. Anything that can be interpreted as toxic will be removed, as will the person who posted it, and it will be done without discussion or explanation.
On the Community Hub, we’re going to stay focused on the games, miniatures, fiction, and events that Privateer produces. There’s a big ol’ Internet to discuss everything else in the world. Off-topic discussions will be removed.
Now, if all of that sounds good, then stick around and let’s have fun!
CODE OF CONDUCT
Here it is in more official terms…
We at Privateer Press have created this Community Hub to bring our players together to share in their hobby and enjoyment of Privateer Press products and its IP. By joining this community, you are agreeing to the following rules. Failure to abide by these actions can lead to a post removal as well as permanent removal from the Community Hub.
Keep it friendly at all times, to all members and staff.
Toxic behavior will result in immediate and permanent removal from the Community Hub without warning, discussion, or explanation.
The forum language is English-only at this time. Please only post in other languages in PM.
Be courteous and respectful. Appreciate that others may have an opinion different from yours.
Stay on topic. When creating a new discussion thread, give a clear topic title and put your post in the appropriate category. When contributing to an existing discussion, try to stay “on topic.” If something new comes up within a topic that you would like to discuss, start a new thread. Off-topic threads will be removed without discussion or explanation.
Do not spam. Any post considered spam or redundant will be removed.
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Demeaning, discriminatory, or harassing behavior and speech toward anyone or anything will result in immediate and permanent removal from the Community Hub without warning, discussion, or explanation.
Do not use profanity. Use of profanity may result in immediate and permanent removal from the Community Hub without warning, discussion, or explanation.
Hacking and illegal activity, such as torrents and illegal downloads, will not be tolerated and, if appropriate, may be reported to local authorities.
Do not post sexually explicit, offensive, or in any other way inappropriate content. If you aren’t sure if something is appropriate, don’t post it. Posting explicit, offensive, or inappropriate content will result in immediate and permanent removal from the Community Hub without warning, discussion, or explanation.
We maintain the right to remove posts and threads to ensure that material posted in the discussion forums is not potentially harmful. For this reason, we may edit or choose not to publish any post that:
• Contains disrespectful or derogatory remarks about any person.
• Contains advice or content that we believe is damaging, unhelpful, or distressing to others.
• Contains profanity, swearing or offensive language, is nonsensical and/or irrelevant.
• Promotes personal beliefs in a way that is disrespectful of the choices of others.
• Is exclusive, racist, sexist, homophobic, sexually explicit or suggestive, abusive or otherwise discriminatory or objectionable.
• We don’t feel belongs here, for any reason whatsoever.
For additional detail regarding what is allowed in the Community Hub, see our Terms of Service.