for Murder on the 10:16 Bookings
The following conditions apply to attendees that book onto events delivered by Rogue Events Limited. Murder on the 10:16 falls under the Rogue Events Limited Events List. Please also see section 6 of our terms and conditions for our health and safety rules.
Breaching our conduct policy may result in removal from the event its online spaces and the wider Rogue Events community under our health and safety policy or otherwise, for any breech of the conduct policy. Rogue Events Limited does not have to give a reason why.
1. Before the event and online
1.1 Rogue Events Ltd staff are entitled to supervise any online space they moderate as they see fit, and as such, are allowed to do so free from abuse or undue questioning.
1.2 Every participant is responsible for their own conduct online and their own welfare. Any abuse, will not be tolerated. If we receive complaints of abuse and/or see evidence of such in our communities Rogue Events Limited reserves the right to ban such individuals from the communities and online spaces as they see fit.
1.3 Rogue Events assumes no responsibility for any physical or psychological injuries or damages as a result of using our online spaces. Please report misuse or abuse behaviour to a moderator as soon as possible.
1.4 Essentially, members and participants should remain respectful of those around them and take care of themselves when using online spaces.
2. At the Event
2.1 Rogue Events Ltd staff are entitled to supervise any event they moderate as they see fit, and as such, are allowed to do so free from abuse or undue questioning.
2.2 Every participant is responsible for their own conduct at the event and their own welfare. We do provide support at our events for those undergoing any undue stress as well as to report any misconduct. Any abuse, will not be tolerated. If we receive complaints of abuse and/or see evidence of such at our event Rogue Events Limited reserves the right to ban such individuals from the event as they see fit without refund or recompense.
2.3 Rogue Events assumes no responsibility for any physical or psychological injuries, damages or theft/loss of possessions as a result of attending our event. Please report misuse or abusive behaviour to a member of the organiser staff or crew as soon as possible.
2.4 Essentially, members and participants should remain respectful of those around them and take care of themselves when attending our event.
3. Dress Code
3.1 Rogue Events Limited creates immersive experiences. Immersion can be broken easily if participants turn up in unsuitable clothing. Out of respect for our other guests we ask you adhere as best your can with any relevant dress-code guidelines. Please ensure you adhere to the dress-code to avoid being removed from an event for unsuitable dress.
4. In-Character vs Out-of-Character
4.1 Rogue Events Limited creates immersive experiences. Immersion can easily be broken if participants refuse to remain in character at appropriate times. Out of respect for other guests we ask you remain in-character wherever possible, The pre-game introduction covers mechanics for if you need to go out of character or stop a scene for any reason. Misuse of these mechanics or failure to adhere to in-character protocol may result in being removed from the experience.
5.1 Consent is very important for any of our experiences, particularity as everybody is playing a character and some times in-character behaviour is indistinguishable from out-of-character behaviour.
5.2 Informed and Positive Consent should be received for any physical touching, horseplay, simulated verbal and/or physical bullying, simulated aggression, simulated romantic interest and any other activity, conversation or action someone may reasonably wish to not be part of.
5.3 It is up to attendees to ensure they are asking for consent before any such activity, action or scene.
6. Themes of violence, horror, abuse, swearing, sexual nature and/or any other adult themes
6.1 It may be desired at any of our games for participants to play out scenes encompassing any of the adult themes above. They are free to so, but must ensure they police their scenes in an appropriate manner and do so in a way that prohibits those who have not given consent from attending.
6.2 Anyone wishing to play out such a scene must receive Informed and Positive consent from others taking part. Rogue Events Events are Opt-In NOT Opt-Out, as opt out is too late if someone has experienced or witnessed a traumatic scene they did not wish to be part of.
6.3 Participants are responsible for ensuring they have received enough information and given their consent before taking part in any such scenes. Failure of others to seek consent should be reported immediately.
Any questions or notifications should be directed to the Rogue Events event’s team: firstname.lastname@example.org
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