Well, lets give the mods/HQ some time to put the rules together. They did make a huge change so they might be busy. Until then, lets go with the trial and error method. Post whatever you want to post and if it is against the rules, I'm sure Matt would send you a PM right away.I get that the moderators don't want the rules to be broken but it's kind of hard for posters to do that when the posters don't know what the rules are...Yeah, I'd be interested in seeing them, too. A thread I posted yesterday seems to have disappeared into the ether without any notice to me, and I didn't put anything particularly objectionable in it, so I'm wondering if there were some significant rule changes that I'm unaware of.Edit: Nevermind, I see the warning now. So apparently we aren't supposed to discuss real-world politics at all on here anymore.Searching in general seems to have been severely nerfed.
On a related note to searching...
Are the forum rules posted anywhere? I cannot seem to find them.
Edit again: Yeah, the "Community Guidelines and Team Information" (which is where I would certainly expect to find the rules) has no threads visible to me.
I don't think trial and error is really the best way to go about this, especially when they're handing out warnings for a new rule that hasn't been elaborated on too much. I know that real life political discussion is not permitted, however, is discussing the account of a player that is named after a prominent political figure permissible? What if I wanted to mention that that player's wall was getting destroyed? Or that they keep getting attacked by an alliance that is named after another prominent political figure? Would I even be allowed to have put the names of the players in this example?
We learnt ... from [Kimmie]!
Kurtz, the horse is dead, please stop beating it.