If you don't like anime, why are you on this website?
No, you cannot be an Admin or Moderator.
We decide when to promote a user based on how mature, trusted, respectable, and generally applicable you are.
Listen to the staff.
They're here to keep the peace and ensure everything is running smoothly.
Spamming is the act of posting repeated and often useless messages. If you're new, you will be seen as a "spam attacker", and will be promptly permanently banned. Otherwise, you will be banned for 10 minutes, and that time will increment exponentially every time you continue.
Don't be a pedophile.
Since there are children on this site, if anything sexual happens with any of them, you will be permanently banned and reported to your local authorities if necessary. We obviously do not tolerate pedophilia, and have a responsibility to protect our members from harm as best we can.
Don't give away personal information.
Giving away personal information such as, but not limited to, school address, home address, phone number, emails, passwords, full name, etc.
Don't be purposefully rude to users
Haha just kidding. I do it all the time....
No inappropriate content.
A sizable amount of the communities users are underage. Posting links to a porn site or posting porn images will get you instantly permanently banned upon second offense.
This should be obvious. If you find a bug/glitch/security hole, report it. You will be rewarded depending on the severity of the bug/glitch/security hole. Maybe.
Do not post:
Don't use a status to reply to another.
Use the comments.
Use the edit feature.
If you want to add onto one of your statuses, you can just edit it. If the "edit timer" has run out, use the comments.
Respect other users.
Don't actively attack other people over mail.
Don't abuse reports.
If someone is just annoying you, block them.
Only report if someone broke a rule that actually matters, for example: sexual harrassment.
No encouraging others to use non-pharmaceutical drugs.
Talking about current personal drug use is not allowed, unless the person in question is seeking help and support from friends to cease substance abuse, and that is to be limited strictly to PMs. "Drugs" as a term is used broadly here, and will be evaluated on a case by case basis. Examples of "Drugs" would be tobacco, alcohol, marijuana, medical marijuana, narcotics and opioids.