Re: Being not sure if this would break the posting rules.
Sheriff: That's a better option than just posting it, but we'd prefer not to get into the business of pre-approving text. Rather, err on the side of caution. If you think a certain comment or text is problematic, make it less so and then post it.
Originally Posted by Roland St. Jude
Sheriff: We're not going to try to delineate the exact limits of those rules. The limit has colloquially been described as PG-13, but keep in mind that even this standard is not precise. For one thing, it applies to motion pictures, where one of the key factors is whether the content is "fleeting" - a thing not really present in a message board context.
Err on the side of caution. If you think it may be inappropriate, please don't post it. Please don't go searching for the line. Post what you need to post for your game and, knowing the rules exist, moderate or omit anything you think might be problematic. There's a common PbP concept, "fade to black," where the conduct can be alluded to vaguely with the details left up to the reader to fill in.