All policies are to be read by future soldiers of Camp Jupiter. To ensure a safe and pleasureable environment, we ask every camper to follow the policies.
In our endeavor to make our wikia a secure and safe place to roleplay, we ask all members to act in an appropriate and mature manner. Warnings and bans will be given if needed and these exemptions will not have prior notice or such.
- Every user starts out with one slot to create a demigod, but he/she will have to make sure that he/she has enough time to update as often as one can.
- A character must be reasonably named. They must not be offensive, rude or named after well-known media figures. For example, a name such as "Boroihtoih woiehrtoihjmtoi" will not be allowed, for obvious reasons. Try to pick something that sounds more like a name, please. Correct grammar is always appreciated as well; so please, adhere to the right punctuation and vocabulary when writing your roleplay and editing your character pages and location pages. If your having trouble, seek out an administrator to help you.
- Come up with an original information about your character. You can not steal information from other medias including anime, movies, books, plays, TV shows or comics. Also, you can't steal ideas from other users unless they permit you to. Please refrain from using names and pictures mentioned in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series.
- Please make sure that you don't use any photos of anyone famous or popular - be creative. Example: Logan Lerman, Alexandra Daddario, Taylor Swift, Edward Cullen, Emma Watson, Tom Felton, Dylan O'Brien, Channing Tatum and so on.
Character Page Standards-Edit
- Every character must be catagorized under the "Roleplay character" page and "Roleplay". This will make it easier for the admins to keep track of them and easier for others to find them.
- All character pages must include- name, age, background and a photo.
- History, age and photo should all be relevant. The background must be realistic, not something wild and haphazard. The photo and age should be simillar, since the photo reflects the age. For example, a character who is fourteen should look fourteen.