Encouraging suicide and the like is also not allowed. Posting personal information doxxing will lead to an immediate, permanent ban. Do not be a detriment to the subreddit. No YouTube submissions to personal channels or compilation channels.
Nice little thing to motivate you to get better and play better. New reddit accounts will be under higher scrutiny for behavior. No political clips or posts pushing a personal agenda with an exception to discussion of Article 13. My school had a football thing like that after school and they done it for each year so there were four groups in total of about 20-25 people and at the end of the session the coach of each group would give a medal to whoever they thought done the best, didn't matter if you were good or bad, if you played your hardest and showed you improved you earned it. Harassment of any kind will not be tolerated.
Linking to a streamer's social media for a meta post or more information can be acceptable. Posts that fail to generate a reasonable amount of upvotes or comments will be removed to keep the subreddit history high-quality, as voted on by the community. No click-bait titles, or incorrectly applied flairs meant to generate views. Do not make politically motivated comments. No links to clips including banned streamers, or clips from their channels.
Usage of racist, homophobic, transphobic, and sexist insults is not allowed. . This is not a politics discussion subreddit. An exception is made for discussion of Article 13.
No biased submissions or self-promotion. It's fine to have disagreements with other users, but keep the ad hominem attacks to a minimum. Biased submissions and self-promotion include clips of your own stream, clips of a channel you are a mod of, friends, or any situation where you have something to gain from posting the clip aside from Reddit Karma. No posts regarding swatting in any form.
The list can be found posted under the rules section and in the wiki. Make a reasonable attempt to be a net positive, or at least neutral contributor to the subreddit, whether it be with comments or submissions. Posts must be flaired correctly. Wasn't a participation medal, you had to actually earn it by playing. Avoid posting addresses at all times. .
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