Code of Conduct

1) Respect everyone who is part of the USS Britannic sim! Harassment and discrimination is unacceptable and will not be tolerated.

2) The USS Britannic sim is rated 16+. This means the following:

Sim may contain frequent use of offensive language (cursing).

Sim may contain graphic description of violence, but may not contain description of extreme violence, injuries, acts of mutilation or of sadism to such level they may cause shock or offense to the average adult reader.

Sim may contain reference to specific sexual acts, but may not contain descriptions of the acts being performed. No descriptions of the aroused state of any sex organs or body parts or of penetration, masturbation, rape or any other form of non-consensual sexual acts.

3) Enjoy yourself and have fun! That's an order!


1) Communication is key. Please talk to the Command team if you have any problems or need to be away from the Sim. We understand Real Life comes first but let us know. We can make arrangements that work for everyone.

2) Writers are expected to post at least once every 14 days (this is not the case if players are part of big joint posts that are taking time), and should reply to TAGs within three days.

3) Please keep in line with the format of the Sim, making sure to put a title, time stamp, and location in the appropriate places in posts. Also use appropriate language for the Sim rating.

4) Don't be scared to talk to the Command team if you are having trouble coming up with ideas for posts, or if something is bothering you about the sim. We will help you as best as we can. We don't bite!

5) If a writer hasn't logged into the site for a period of 14 days (2 weeks), and has failed to answer any communication sent to them by the Command team, they will be removed from the game.


1) Players own their own characters and NPCs.

2) NEVER write for someone else's character unless you have received permission from them.

3) If you want to create an NPC in a particular department, make sure to ask the department head first to make sure they're okay with it.