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11-05-2007 @ 7:43AM
@13, If your guild is adults only, then by all means talk about whatever you like. I'm hardly trying to "sanitize the internet" -- I'm just saying that people need to exercise a "certain amount of wisdom" in choosing what they say to whom, especially with extreme things like ERP.I'm also not saying that people should send in-depth personal information to strangers -- that's just the extreme end of "proving" someone else's age. Rather, I'm saying it's important to be careful of the situation and sincerely try to keep kids out of mature content. What exactly you do to determine the age of people you let into your guild is up to your own conscience. In some situations I imagine it's enough to just ask directly about their age and judge them from their conversation, and any such genuine effort is a thousand times better than just doing hardcore ERP with any anonymous person that happens to show an interest.
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