All participants should treat each other with civility and manners at all times. This is a hobby and one that many people invest a great deal of effort, energy and passion into. It is also a hobby that many people choose to experience in different ways.
During a convention game session the GM is the final arbiter of all decisions. If you have a query as to the interpretation or implementation of a rule or of the result of the dice you may query it politely one time during the game and then you must abide by the GMs decision. If you believe a ruling to be incorrect or unfair or other keep things in perspective – it is only a game, it is only a one shot that lasts for a handful of hours, it is a learning experience. If a game style or GM style doesnt suit your style make a note of it and choose other games at the next FG Con. Do not get into an argument at the table and it is best if you continue to participate in a co-operative manner so that the group as a whole does not suffer.
Sometimes a game will not live up to your expectations – that happens for many reasons. Mark experience and move forward.
FGCon is a community event run by the community and for the community. Discrimination or harassment of other attendees whether they are players or GMs is unwelcome behaviour and may result in your exclusion from the event. This is an online event and as such the participants will likely be unaware of many aspects of their fellow participants. Language used should always be appropriate for young teenagers and older. Discriminatory or abusive language is unacceptable. Overly sexualised language or images are not acceptable. All participants should work together to ensure that everyone at the virtual table is welcomed and included in the sessions activities.
As this is an online event visual clues of discomfit are not evident to the other participants. If you feel that a conversation has strayed into realms that make you uncomfortable please address the issue with the table immediately. If the issue is not resolved satisfactorily at the table you may email firstname.lastname@example.org with as much information as possible and your report will be investigated. This online event runs over 60 continuous hours and is run by volunteers. As such we will respond as soon as possible.
GMs may choose not to approve a booking from a player without explanation. This is not harassment or discrimination.