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Guidelines

All members must follow the following rules:

Respect Others

It isn't possible to get far in the world if you refuse to respect others. Treat others kindly, don't insult them, and others will do the same in return. If you refuse to treat others well, then you will get not only a warning, but a bad reputation, which opens the door for more negativity.

No Spam

No one likes spam, it clutters the board, so don't contribute to the problem. Messages that do not contribute to the topic or forum are considered spam and the poster will receive a warning.

No posting requests for dragon clicks/views

Almost everyone on the forums plays Dragon Cave. Everyone has eggs that need to hatch, and such. Avoid posting requests for others to view your dragons, as it gets in the way of discussion, questions, and feedback. Check out the "Raising an egg" section of the site for some better alternatives.

Use constructive criticism

When someone posts their art or other types of creation, they generally do not want it insulted or put down. If you do not like a work, post how you feel it could be better. offer suggestions for improvement, but do not insult the creative works/abilities of others.

Post Content

The following list explicitly and exhaustively defines what is considered inappropriate. Posts may neither contain nor link to any of the following content:

  • Adult material (Nudity, pornography, or explicit sexual acts)
  • Extreme violence
  • Viruses, spyware, or malware
  • Illegal downloads/piracy
  • Accounts of illegal activities
  • Threatening, harassing, or obscene content.
  • Swearing/censor bypassing (links are allowed if a disclaimer is included)

Note that this list refers to direct references; high-level discussions are fine. Thus, a topic on the use of extreme violence in video games is okay, while links to or detailed descriptions of specific instances of violence are not.
Anything not forbidden by the above list is fine for discussion.

Read pinned topics and make sure to post in the right section

Pinned topics are there for the benefit of all. They save members from having to recreate the same common topics, and save mods the time of reviewing posts. Duplicate topics are a waste of both your time and the time of the moderation team, so duplicate topics will be closed.