Warhammer: Vermintide

State of the Subreddit: New Mods! New Rules?

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Hey everybody! We're coming at you with both a set of new mods and some proposed new rules. Expanding the mod team will help us keep eyes on the subreddit at all hours, spread out the moderation load, and provide a fresh influx of energy and enthusiasm for fun stuff like contests and other ambitious projects. Your new (probationary) mods are:

DragoN_PT (EU) https://www.reddit.com/user/DragoN_PT

Exanta (East Coast NA) https://www.reddit.com/user/Exanta

LeBlondes (West Coast NA) https://www.reddit.com/user/LeBlondes

Many thanks to all of you who applied — we had many excellent candidates and it (evidently!) took us a good deal of time to make a final selection.

Here are the proposed new subreddit rules, designed to help keep discussion civil and fair on the subreddit:

  1. Quote and link your source when criticizing a developer statement. This is to avoid games of "telephone" where a dev statement ends up beint paraphrased beyond recognition or otherwise misrepresented. So no more "Fatshark_Whoever basically said…" Either look it up and link it or express your point some other way.

  2. No alternative names for people/companies. E.g. call the devs "Fatshark". You can also call them incompetent, lazy, cruel, etc. but we're no longer going to tolerate derisive alternative names (for anybody) on the sub. It's weaksauce and doesn't accomplish anything worth accomplishing.

  3. 3-strikes-and-you're-out on toxicity and reddiquette breaches. Your first offence will get you a warning or a one-day ban, your second a one-week ban, and after a third you will be permabanned. What is toxicity? We're not going to regulate every little flame war on the sub, but expect to receive a strike for sudden escalations in hostility or gratuitous nastiness.

To be absolutely clear, this subreddit is an appropriate place for criticism of the game and of the developers. These proposed rules are about conduct, not content. Questions, concerns, suggestions? Let us know in the comments.

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