(we've got some rules around here)
It's assumed that since the game is rated M, that some fan media may contain adult content. And that's just fine by me, the steamy bits are more interesting. However all posts considered NSFW must be marked so, and hidden behind a livejournal cut. An alternative? Link the site, post the NSFW heading.
Some people are pretending to work, k?
All community works are fan media and are in no way affiliated with Bioware or EA Games.
To the moderators' knowledge, no community member is profiting from their fanmedia in any way.
+ Your own stories (long, short, multi, drabble)
+ Slash Friendly
+ Steamy bits welcome, and also blatantly encouraged.
All fanfic must be placed behind a LJ cut when posted, and tagged appropriately.
+ Your own work
+ Link to another's work
Aimo has presented us with many of her comics and has requested that her adult works not be replicated or placed on another site. These posts are community exclusive. Aimo has very generous distribution policies with her work, but please do not duplicate/icon/manipulate without reading the post. If it is community exclusive, she mark it as such.
"I'm alright with reposts/redistribution of my non-smut art :) I'll definitely make it clear in my post if I'd like it to stay in here."
"Note: [...] any racy material I post in the Community is for the COMMUNITY only, I really do not want it reposted anywhere. I do a lot of commercial commission work, and I don't need them googling me and finding p[-]rn."
+ Your own edited videos
+ Links to DA:O content
Added: 2 April 2010
As of today, outright character bashing with no respect for your fellow community members is not allowed. It's common courtesy not to be a blithering idiot when it comes to expressing your own opinions. Please see this post for further explanation.
Added: 10 January 2011
Posts, unless approved beforehand by the mods, may not be screened. They are utilized in the community by the Moderators, and are used for administrative posts that require a degree of confidentiality. This rule is retroactive.