Post November 22nd, 2005, 3:38 am

Forum Rules

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FORUM RULES:
  1. No discriminatory, derogatory, or hurtful content or posts. Be respectful of others.
  2. All posts regarding other websites must be posted in the Free Promotion forum. All posts in the Free Promotion forum must also follow the Free Promotion Forum Rules.
  3. Promoting other websites via Private Messaging (PM) is not allowed. Failure to follow this rule will result in the removal of your PM privileges.
  4. All posts must be posted in the appropriate forum.
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    3. Do not post more than once in a row in a topic. If you need to add more information, click on the Edit button in your original post.
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  8. Spoiler notices or the spoiler tag/button should be used whenever content may ruin the experience of someone that has not read/seen the book/movie that the content is related to.
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CLARIFICATION OF SPOILER RULE:

Spoiler notices (i.e. "SPOILER" in the thread subject) or the spoiler tag/button should be used whenever content may ruin the experience of someone that has not read/seen the book/movie that the content is related to.

Note: Content is defined as factual information that is available by reading/watching the book/film. Theories or speculation regarding the information contained in the book/film or future books/films is not considered spoiler content.

This policy does not apply to books/films that have been available for a significant period of time.