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Selling DAOC Accounts: Harassment Policies Harassment...Middleman Seller Guide

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    DAOC Accounts: Harassment Policies Harassment Policy ================= In Dark Age of Camelot, our goal is always to develop a strong group and/or community that provides a comfortable atmosphere for all of our daoc account gamers. What this means is since players have the capability to combat anti-social behavior. Some tools created to make this happen purpose range from the "Ignore Player" option and also the obscenity filter. The "Ignore Player" (/Ignore) option permanently blocks most of an offending player's comments, and you may also decide to block certain offensive words from the DAoC Obscenity Filter. What's NOT harassment? First we ought to explain that anything considered a legitimate play style in DAoC isn't considered harassment. Quite simply, gamer killing of one's realm's enemies, such as gravestone camping, isn't considered harassment. By valid, we mean that we now have game mechanics created around these play styles in DAoC. Because DAoC is often a RvR (PvP) game, gamers should seek methods for protecting themselves against these play styles through game mechanics instead of contacting support staff for aid in these cases. What exactly is considered harassment? Harassment consists of flagrant misuse and abuse of game mechanics with the intention of distressing and offending other players. So what's a game mechanic? Game mechanics allow players to interact with the world and each other. For example, the ability to block a doorway is a game mechanic. The ability to create macros with large amounts of text is a game mechanic. Use of game mechanics like these is by no means considered harassment in and of itself. The key to determining whether the mechanic is being misused or abused is to determine "intent". What was the person trying to achieve through their actions? Were they purposefully trying to disrupt someone else's game? While an action may cause others distress, it is not considered harassment until it is determined...
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