UPDATED Call of Duty Forum Rules (everyone please read) -1 reply

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#1 14 years ago

Here it is, for members now and old alike, the rules of the Call of Duty forum. Of course, all the rules of Gaming Forums apply here, but some specific problems we have had are highlighted here.

  • Absolutely nothing illegal is allowed in these forums. This includes Warez and that shit. Absolutely no CD-cracks are allowed. Ask for one, and you will be permanently banned! Go out and buy the game! Lots of little kids love to join these forums, post once asking for a crack, and get a very ugly pink name with a slash in it.
  • We do not use hacks while playing Call of Duty. As I you are probably aware of, the Quake 3 engine is easily hacked. Now, all of you hackers who want to share your creations, you will be banned! Anyone who posts a link to a website with hacks will be banned! We will not stand for the spreading of hacks through this forum. And please, do not fall into the same trap as another fellow. If you have tried out these hacks, decided you don’t want to do this sort of thing, and want to tell everyone to sign the PunkBuster Petition, DO NOT POST A LINK TO WHERE YOU GOT THE HACKS!!!
  • Do not spam these forums. If you want to spam, there is a spamming forum here: Spamming Forum An example of spamming is an excessive amount of posts filled only with smileys. Another is an off-topic thread which usually is the case when someone new hasn’t discovered the many different forums in Gaming Forums. Usually a spammer will receive a warning before he is banned.
  • And last but not least, no vulgar language. Now, you can use some four-letter words, but not excessively. A shit or a damn let slip every once and a while is fine, but certainly no words like f*ck, etc. The excessive use of bad language is not allowed. Also, no ethnic or racial slurs are allowed. As with spamming, you will usually first recieve a warning.

Hopefully everyone can follow these rules and keep these forums a clean environment. If only everyone would think before they posted, most of these problems would not exist. If you have any questions, need a further clarification, or have any suggestions or comments, you can (preferably) PM me or Scipio. You can email me at [email]SpartanVII@yahoo.com[/email]. Please follow these rules and have a great time!

-Spartan, Call of Duty Forum Moderator




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#2 14 years ago

For all of those who desire no-cd cracks, I have pity for you. For CoD MP, You do not need your cd to play.

Also, I will not tolerate excessive use of bad language. There is a melee forum for that.

My email is [email]Scipio1479@hotmail.com[/email] .

I love this game, but lets not ruin it.

-Scipio, CoD forum Moderator




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#3 14 years ago

Please post your thread in the correct Call of Duty sub-forum. Just today, I have had to move at least five threads to different sub-forums. These sub-forums help organize the threads, please take advantage of this. Here are the different sub-forums...

General Discussion

Modding & Editing

Mapping / Maps

Skins & Skinning / Models & Modeling

Clan Forum

Problems, Errors, Help & Others

Rants & Raves

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-Spartan, Call of Duty Forum Moderator




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#4 14 years ago

Please use the EditButton.gif button instead of posting twice in a row (I am posting twice in a row) when you forget something! By doing, the threads will be shorter and have less spam. Thank you!

-Spartan, Call of Duty Forum Moderator