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Yes, these were incorrectly flagged. [Sorry this took a while: since this meta post raises the issue of whether we, elected moderators, are handling these similarly we took some time in our mod-chat to touch base and see whether we were harmonious in our NAA flag-handling. We are, and this post represents our current understanding and practice.] Not an ...


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I don’t think anyone’s going to undelete your question if you delete it. Even if they did, it’s not like you’d be “in trouble” for it or anything. You could even, if you wanted nothing more to do with it but folks insisted on keeping it undeleted, ask to have the question dissociated from your account. But I really doubt this is going to come to that. Yes, ...


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The question asks about what I can only describe as the showmanship aspect of the production. No matter if it is scripted, directed, prompted, improvised or entirely free-formed: The showmanship and representation of the character/player on the screen is to some degree acting and the choice to keep it and not cut it away post-production. The only people that ...


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Live-play questions are on-topic The line between RPG-content and entertainment is unclear and constantly evolving. It's a new genre and unclear exactly what it is. Anything from from live-play, to performance-art, to entertainment show and a whole spectrum of things in-between. In future we may even have sub-genres for these shows. But all of that is ...


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Flagging NAA, recommending deletion, and reviewing "Looks OK" are all appropriate actions. There is obviously no evidence of anyone acting in bad faith here. Everyone is just trying to curate the site to the best of their ability, and it is okay if we disagree on what that looks like. The whole point of community review is to get input from ...


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I have not been review banned, but I did flag a bunch of those and they all got declined. Looking at my accepted 'NAA' flags, I'm not sure if I'm seeing a consistent response to flags by reviewers (not moderators): Q: Is there a spell to make a PC stop talking while a spell caster delivers a monologue? A: Less conventional than the other options could be ...


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what did the reviewers see? The questions were not listed as not an answer to me. They were asked "Review the following answer:" What to do when a player loses or forgets their character sheet? [answer], like here: The answers do answer the question as displayed in the title, but not necessarily the full question in the question body. It is not ...


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