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    Four Life Stones of Seventh Abstract

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    Join date : 2016-10-22
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    Four Life Stones of Seventh Abstract

    Post by Fhrosty on Sat Oct 22, 2016 9:21 am


    • Value: Having members that are all adding value is a critical part of having a rich and vibrant community. There are many ways to add value: creating content for our community, having a strong social media presence with appropriate 7thA Branding on your profile, being social on our forums and helpful to aspiring players and members to even just donating. If you are unsure of how you can add value, reach out to the community for help.



    • Excellence: There are two ways to demonstrate excellence in 7thA. The first way representing our brand and community professionally. The second way is by being a passionate community member that excels at adding value to 7thA.




    • Diversity: Seventh Abstract is a diverse community. This is our strength! Seventh Abstract has people that come from various backgrounds and we openly embrace differences in race, national origin, age, disability, marital status, familial status, parental status, religion, sexual orientation, genetic information, political beliefs and gender. In order to get the most passionate and talented individuals, we want people to feel that they are part of a welcoming and accepting community. We also welcome people who are passionate about a variety of games, the key feature of 7thA is our diverse community! No matter what games you play, we want you to feel welcome as a member of 7thA. Instead of forming rivalries among the different games we play, we should be excited that we have such a varying group of people who can all come together as part of something great. That's what makes 7thA such a fantastic place to be!



    • Chain of Command: If you have a problem with someone, please talk to them directly and IN PRIVATE. Always start with the person that you are having the problem with. DO NOT bring it to the public or post about your problem. If you can't resolve it, then bring it to staff.

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