—Pacificon Game Expo Community Behavior Policy—
Pacificon Game Expo is an inclusive social event open to everyone. It is our intention that everybody enjoys gaming in a safe and fun environment. While conflict between characters may arise, at no time should a player feel excluded or threatened at the table. We ask all participants to respect their fellow players and to work together to create positive memorable experiences. To this end, we reserve the right to refuse participation to any person for inappropriate or illegal conduct. All refusals of participation must be accompanied by a reason, duration of refusal, and the criteria for rejoining Pacificon Game Expo activities.
Inappropriate conduct includes, but is not limited to, the excessive use of foul language, physical or verbal aggression/intimidation, lewd conduct, inappropriate physical contact, unwelcome sexual attention, slander, stalking and harassment/discrimination based on gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, or religion.
Complaints under this policy should be brought to an Executive Staff Member, who will work to resolve the issue or escalate the issue to the Executive Producer. As an alternative, issues may be reported to Gabriel via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Issues will be resolved at the lowest level possible. In case of escalation, the Executive Producer is the final arbiter of any dispute arising from application of this policy.
Nothing in this policy is intended to discourage any person from calling the police or other appropriate organizations. Any Staff Member or Executive Staff Member are available to help participants contact local law enforcement, provide escorts, or otherwise assist those experiencing harassment to feel safe for the duration of the event. We value your attendance.
While not illegal or even necessarily inappropriate, we recognize that roleplaying campaigns include themes that may result in uncomfortable situations arising at the gaming table. In these instances, we request players identify the issue to the table Game Master (GM), whether vocally or by passing a note. We ask that GMs help the table respect attendees’ sensibilities and reduce/redirect problematic themes once identified. Participants asked to stop any problematic behavior are expected to comply immediately or will be asked to leave the table.
It is our intention that everybody participating in Pacificon Game Expo enjoys gaming in a safe and fun environment. While conflict between characters may arise, at no time should a player feel excluded or threatened at the table. We ask all participants to respect their fellow players and to work together to create positive memorable experiences. Once again, the intention of Pacificon Game Expo is to provide a safe and fun environment. The above guidelines reference how we may achieve our goals. By attending Pacificon Game Expo, participants are agreeing to the terms and conditions of Pacificon Game Expo.