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   - I have the right to refuse any roleplay that makes me uncomfortable,​ especially sexual or strongly violent role-play, without negative consequences on my character or myself.   - I have the right to refuse any roleplay that makes me uncomfortable,​ especially sexual or strongly violent role-play, without negative consequences on my character or myself.
   - I have the right to comment on any setting article being submitted for approval, since changes to the setting may affect my characters or plots. My comments should be considerate and use appropriate language. I should take care not to mislead new players into thinking I am a moderator if I am not.   - I have the right to comment on any setting article being submitted for approval, since changes to the setting may affect my characters or plots. My comments should be considerate and use appropriate language. I should take care not to mislead new players into thinking I am a moderator if I am not.
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 +Note: Player rights generally do not protect characters from bad things happening to them, including injury or death, or from criminal charges stemming from illegal actions (including deserting the military). Talk with your GM or thread OP to make sure you're on the same page.
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 +==== Character Adoptions ====
 +Star Army has a [[guide:​adoption|Adoption Policy]]. See that page for more information and how to opt out.
  
 ==== Note to Game Masters ==== ==== Note to Game Masters ====
 In a situation where a player has been missing for a few weeks and hasn't actually posted anything at all (and thus, has not said she/he isn't coming back), her/his character(s) should be moved off the plotship and left somewhere out of harm's way (but not somewhere from which they cannot easily join a new plotship (or return to their old one if it's still around) if and when the player comes back). If a mental backup is available it is permissible (but not necessarily desirable) for a GM to kill off the character. The point of this is that the player should be able to get his/her character back if or when he/she returns. In a situation where a player has been missing for a few weeks and hasn't actually posted anything at all (and thus, has not said she/he isn't coming back), her/his character(s) should be moved off the plotship and left somewhere out of harm's way (but not somewhere from which they cannot easily join a new plotship (or return to their old one if it's still around) if and when the player comes back). If a mental backup is available it is permissible (but not necessarily desirable) for a GM to kill off the character. The point of this is that the player should be able to get his/her character back if or when he/she returns.
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 +=====OOC Notes=====
 +Authored [[user:​wes]] and approved by [[user:​kim|]] on March 8, 2008((https://​stararmy.com/​roleplay-forum/​index.php?​threads/​player-bill-of-rights.1646/​))
  
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