Code of Conduct

All members of the Witchwood community, including players and staff, must follow these guidelines:

The Code of Conduct is not all-inclusive. Any action which creates an unsafe or hostile environment or which precludes fair game, even if not explicitly delineated in the code, may be considered a violation.

Procedure for Code Violations

If you feel there has been a breach of the Code of Conduct, send a complaint to the Conduct Committee (

The Conduct Committee will determine if the Code of Conduct has been violated. They will appoint 3 individuals to investigate. They will preserve, over the course of the investigation, the anonymity of both the person who filed the complaint and the target. If preserving anonymity is not possible, they will alert the relevant parties to their intended course of investigation and receive consent from those persons before breaking anonymity.

Mark of the Red Feather

If you are being harassed (or experience similar out-of-game problems), people who wear a red feather pin (player or staff) are available to help/advise/listen.

If you are interested in wearing a red feather pin, speak with the Ombudsman ( – pins will also be available from the staff center. If you wear one, you are promising to be understanding and not fall victim to bystander apathy – some basic training is available at events.

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