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Realera Rules

All players have to accept the following, so called "Realera Rules", in order to play the game.

Realera Rules

Realera is an online role playing game in which thousands of players from all over the world meet everyday. In order to ensure that this game is fun for everyone, Realera expects all players to behave in a reasonable and friendly manner.

Realera appoints "gamemasters" who have the power to stop destructive behaviour in the game or on the official website by penalising, banishing or deleting characters or accounts.

Such behaviour includes, but is not limited to, the following offences:

  1. Names
    • Names which contain insulting (e.g. "Bastard"), racist (e.g. "Nigger"), extremely right-wing (e.g. "Hitler"), sexist (e.g. "Bitch") or offensive (e.g. "Copkiller") language.
    • Names containing parts of sentences (e.g. "Mike returns"), nonsensical combinations of letters (e.g. "Fgfshdsfg") or invalid formattings (e.g. "Thegreatknight").
    • Names that obviously do not describe a person (e.g. "Christmastree", "Matrix"), names of real life celebrities (e.g. "Britney Spears"), names that refer to real countries (e.g. "Swedish Druid"), names which were created to fake other players' identities (e.g. "Arieswer" instead of "Arieswar") or official positions (e.g. "System Admin").
  2. Statements
    • Insulting, racist, extremely right-wing, sexist, harassing or generally offensive statements.
    • Repeating identical or similar statements within a short period of time or use of nonsensical or badly formatted text ("spamming").
    • Advertising content which is not related to the game or offering Realera items for real money.
    • Non-English or not topic related statements in a public game channel or forum board.
    • Inciting to violate the Realera Rules.
  3. Cheating
    • Exploiting obvious errors of the game ("bugs"), for instance to duplicate items. If you find an error you must report it to Realera immediately
    • Intentional abuse of weaknesses in the gameplay, for example arranging objects or players in a way that other players cannot move them.
    • Using tools to automatically perform or repeat certain actions without any interaction by the player ("macros").
    • Manipulating the client program or using additional software to play the game.
    • Trying to steal other players' account data ("hacking").
    • Offering account data to other players or accepting other players' account data ("account-trading/sharing").
    • Playing more than 4 characters in one player device.
  4. Gamemasters
    • Threatening a gamemaster because of his or her actions or position as a gamemaster.
    • Pretending to be a gamemaster or to have influence on the decisions of a gamemaster.
    • Intentionally giving wrong or misleading information to a gamemaster concerning his or her investigations or making false reports about rule violations.
  5. Player Killing
    • Excessive killing of characters who are not marked with a "skull" on worlds which are not PvP-enforced. Please note that killing marked characters is not a reason for a banishment.
  6. Blocking
    • Intentional blocking way to spawns is reason for an account banishment.

A violation of the Realera Rules may lead to temporary banishment of characters and accounts. In severe cases removal or modification of character skills, attributes and belongings, as well as the permanent removal of accounts without any compensation may be considered. The sanction is based on the seriousness of the rule violation and the previous record of the player. It is determined by the gamemaster imposing the banishment.

These rules may be changed at any time. All changes will be announced on the official website.

If a character gets banished the owner will find an entry in his criminal record on his account page. There you can read the reason and the duration of the banishment and you have the opportunity to write a formal complaint if you think that the punishment is unjustified or too severe.