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We understand that you may want to play multiple characters (aka alts) to enjoy the game. However, having multiple alts involved on multiple sides of a conflict can be confusing and create an unfair advantage, or the perception of an unfair advantage. In order to keep it fun and fair for everyone, we have written the following alt guidelines:

Avatar Plots

Only one of your alts can participate actively in an ongoing avatar plot. Your other alts can discuss events in general terms with publicly available information, but should avoid getting involved. If you need to change which alt is active in the plot, mail the avatar in question and request a change.

If you have contacted the avatars with a personal request for your alt, we ask that you do not send up requests for different alts until the aforementioned request has been resolved. If you wish to abandon your request and play a new character, please let us know.

Designated Main

The character that you are currently devoting the majority of your time to, is often referred to as a main, or a designated main. If you wish to designate one of your characters as your main, you can do so in your PC-notes. This helps avatars manage their time better, so that they can focus on the same characters as you are.

Player Conflict and PK

If you have either provoked or initiated a PK, we ask that you only play the alt in question for the next 7 days, or until the situation has been resolved. We further ask that none of your other alts be directly involved with characters that are participating in the situation. Your character can discuss events, but should avoid aiding or abetting either side.

What does prioritize mean?

To prioritize one of your alts, means to play that alt when you are able to, and the opposing side is present. This way, the situation can be resolved.

alts.txt · Last modified: 2022/07/25 21:04 by titania