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    Reporting Posts
    If you see a post that you think needs moderator attention, please report it by choosing the Post # and clicking on Report afterwards. While it is not always possible to deal with a reported post immediately, all reported posts will be dealt with accordingly if they require it. Abuse of the reported post system is subject to the same rules as abuse of any other system on this forum.

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    Anything linked to from these forums must follow by the same rules as any content directly posted here. This includes signature images, links and images.
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    All Images posted within these forums are subject to the Forum Rules including and in addition to the following:

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    • Insult, harass, abuse members, mods or staff of the boards or Support
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    • Incite or promote hate groups, or groups designed to troll, flame across the forums.


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    Duplicate Accounts
    Creating an extra account is not allowed on these forums and second or further accounts will be removed. Doing so to get around a temporary ban will also result in a permanent one. The only exception is if you wish to start a new account to change usernames (and therefore stop using your old one), however please notify a mod or admin before doing so. Character accounts (i.e. creating a duplicate pretending to be a fictional or real person), or accounts impersonating an Ubi representative, will earn an immediate ban. This also applies to using existing accounts to post lock messages or other actions impersonating a moderator. Ban decisions are also final and not up for discussion.
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    Community Developers, Community Managers, Community Representatives, Support Staff and Moderators

    Community Developers are Ubisoft employees who work in our development studios hand in hand with game production teams to form a bridge between the developers and gamers with the help of other members of the Community team. They are there to inform you on updates and happenings with their respective games, as well as to take your feedback to the developers to help improve current and future titles where possible.

    Community Managers & Community Representatives are Ubisoft employees who assist the Community Developers in making players voices heard. They are also tasked with delivering the strategy of the Community Developer and are regularly kept informed on upcoming titles, patches and so on. They will pass on as much information from Ubisoft as possible. Community Managers and Community Representatives are also constantly involved in reporting back community feedback, suggestions, issues and concerns on all our titles. Community Managers and the Community Representatives have many community focused responsibilities including monitoring the forums and assisting/updating the Moderation team where possible.

    Support Staff are Ubisoft Employees who can offer technical advice and solutions on the forums. Their role is to also help liaise with the wider support teams to offer help solve issues if they can’t resolve it quickly on the forums.

    Moderators are volunteer helpers selected from the community. Their opinions and comments do not reflect the opinion of Ubisoft. They are tasked with the day to day running of the game forum and helping the community team were possible.


    Moderation actions – These are not a topic for public discussion, if you have a serious issue to raise with moderation actions taken against you or in general, please contact a Community Manager. Flaming moderators or their actions (this includes telling them how to moderate) is no more acceptable than insulting a regular user. We ask that moderators receive the same civil treatment as other forum members as they put in a lot of time and effort into these forums. If you need to contact a moderator or community manager, you can view that forum’s moderator list under its title (e.g. Splinter Cell) on the main forum index.
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