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A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

For questions on Meta about playtesting and how to handle mainsite questions involving playtesting or playtest content.
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For questions about the feeds that appear in the chat rooms of the Role-Playing Games Stack Exchange site. (See also: the [chat] tag.)
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For questions about "magic links", bracketed text in comments and chat that is automatically converted to relevant links.
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For questions about account suspension, the act of temporarily blocking the account of a specific user. This covers both site suspensions and chat suspensions.
4 questions
For questions on meta about tag warnings, notices that advise an individual about particular issues with using a tag, above and beyond the tag wiki excerpt.
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For questions about the beta phase of the Role-Playing Games Stack Exchange. RPG.SE entered the beta phase in August 2010, and graduated from beta in 2012.
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Have an idea for a contest? Have a question about a current contest? Have a concern or complaint about a contest?
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for questions about the Community bot, user -1.
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For discussions and policies that are about handling the FAQ and processes to update it. This is NOT about proposing a question for the FAQ.
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For questions primarily about self-promotional content on RPG.SE, generally that which is relevant and posted by human users. (If the question is instead discussing unsolicited advertising content pos…
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For questions regarding the moderation and curation strike.
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For questions primarily asking about upvotes, and best practices on when they should or should not be used. (See also: the [down-votes] tag on Meta.)
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For issues on Meta relating to conventions (usually those relating to tabletop role-playing games in particular).
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For questions about the Winter Bash (or holiday hats) to celebrate the end of the year.
3 questions
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For questions about the “Fastest Gun in the West” problem, the phenomenon where the first answer tends to pick up a major advantage in votes.
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