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Community Guidelines

 

Welcome to Fig! We’re a community of game fans, developers, studios, and investors, all working together to create more of the quality games you want to play. These are our guidelines for ensuring the health and happiness of our community.

1. Respect each other.
Anyone from anywhere can bring their support and excitement to help fund new games on Fig—we think that’s pretty incredible. Thank you, and also your outfit is amazing and your hair is probably the best style we have ever seen.
If you don’t like a particular game on Fig, that is okay too. You can simply walk away, close your browser, or go out for ice cream. If you’re tempted to say a mean thing, scribble it on a piece of paper instead and then dramatically shred it into a zillion pieces. It’s very satisfying.
When you’re on Fig, respecting each other is the magic to unlocking the potential for great discussion, excellent feedback, and possibly lifelong friendships that rival Kirk and Spock. Or Janeway and Chakotay. The possibilities are endless!

2. Don’t be abusive or threatening, use inappropriate or offensive language, harass, bully, or spam people, google everything you can about someone and post their personal info, spend all your waking moments plotting a stranger’s downfall to prove a point, or meticulously cut out letters from magazines and spell out scary messages on your stalker wall while burning vanilla-scented candles.
Doing any of the above will get you banned immediately. We have zero tolerance for harassment, hateful, threatening, or spammy behavior. If you don’t like someone or the content of a campaign based on race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, disability, or age and are looking for some place to express these thoughts, Fig is not the right place for you.

3. Et Cetera
There may be some types of behavior not specifically listed here that still constitutes a violation of our community guidelines. If you’re not sure, just ask. We’re happy to help.
If you’re currently writing down a list of everything you could do that might just barely run amuck of these rules, please review our full Terms of Use (Also: have you considered law school?).

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