How about this. It opens up all rules to the discretion of the mod without being specific. An example. Someone accidentally gives a thumbs up to an off topic comment they found amusing. Or gives a thumbs up to the mod (I always allow this). Or an edit to a post that did not contain game info. While I can't think of really any edit post that wouldn't result in a mod kill, short of a new player mistake, the thumbs thing is possible. Besides, the thumbs rule is only enforceable through reporting by the player on the receiving end. This rule has always had a large loophole due to that alone. Thoughts?
Standard game rules apply.
No posting after night. You post at your own risk after Twilight.
No editing posts.
Do not give people thumbs up.
You are only allowed private communication if stated in your PM.
One ghost post per person per game. While OT silliness is not discouraged, we don't want to ruin the gaming experience for everyone. If you do post, dont give out game info in it, and don't do it during the night phase.
A cast Vote will automatically nullify the previous Vote.
It is at the Game Mods discretion whether or not a broken rule should result in a Mod Kill. Everything is situational.
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The last one sums it up pretty well, I find.
And Arch, always, bro.