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The Code of Common Courtesy
While Anathema Online struggles to give freeform roleplaying a sense of structure, there are many things that are left up to the "honour system." Because of this, we have come up with a list of suggestions for fair play. Adherence to this code will result in better gameplay for *everyone*.
Respect the time continuum during battles; Don't be ignorant of the fact that while you're fighting, you can't logically eat a full meal. Something small like a berry might be reasonable.

In-character actions must be regarded as nothing more than in-character. Conflicts between characters should not evolve to conflicts between people. Furthermore, conflicts between people should NEVER develop into conflicts between characters, as that shatters the fourth wall. This is something we take very much offense to. Lying, cheating, murdering, backstabbing and all the like is part of the world of Anathema Online. Take everything with a grain of salt, and try not to take things too seriously.

Give other characters ample time to respond - for example, it is more than irritating when someone speaks to another character, but then is so impatient that they leave before giving the person a chance to respond.

Keep your characters separate - do not stick them all in the same group, constantly interacting with each other.