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However, if you have registered more than one nickname, be advised that only one of those is allowed to be used at the same time.The reason for this is we have seen people with two different nicknames 'argue with themselves' or even use their own secondary nickname(s) to back up their own points in the chatroom. 'Offensive' nicknames include those which attempt to use foul language or 'adult content' or are obviously intended to insult a fellow chat member, host, guest or other person(s) and are not allowed.This helps the producers/hosts monitoring the chatroom to identify questions.Nick Registration Nickname registration in our chatroom is not required, but is highly recommended.Keeping a log for your own personal use can not be stopped, but any user who uses a captured log or screenshot - through any form of communication - without the consent of the station owner, will be removed from the chatroom perminantly.Summary That is all of the regulations that we have for chat.Arguing religious belief systems is pointless in our chatroom because this station is not religious in nature.

Using Caps Comments within the chatroom using ALL CAPS should only be used to ask questions that will be directed to the hosts that are live on the air.The station is all for freedom of speech, but also has to conform to a bit of common sense regulation when it comes to the chatroom associated with it.Firstly because some topics tend to spiral into arguments that no one will ever agree to disagree on, secondly because we are supposed to be responsible and mature adults.Prior to the 2014 E3 show, little was known about the game other than that it followed a similar style of Xenoblade Chronicles in its battle style and exploration themes.During E3 2014, a Nintendo Treehouse demo of the game included commentary which suggested that while it retains the name, it was more of a spiritual successor of Xenoblade Chronicles with no story ties to it.A personal attack is not a disagreement with a particular subject that an individual person may support/oppose.

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