1. Please show respect to other forum members. Our goal is to foster a friendly community of gamers dedicated to the discussion of Diablo 3 builds. If someone posts something you find offensive, please report the post and the moderators will respond accordingly. 2. Do not quote large posts unnecessarily. If the member you want to respond to has posted a long message, please replace their message with a smaller amount of text or "snip" their post. 3. Don't post any material related to hacking, stealing accounts, fraud or anything else that is not in the spirit of the game. Discussion of these topics is allowed from a news perspective but encouraging such behavior is not. Members who attempt to promote such things will be warned and removed if repeated. 4. Thread titles should reflect the content of your post and the content of your posts should use the default font unless you need to emphasize something important. While we understand not everyone has a firm grasp of the English language, we do request that you use correct spelling whenever possible and refrain from "PoSting c0mmenTs in a FASHION such aS thIS" as it makes it difficult for other members to read. 5. At the current time, users are permitted to have a graphic as their signature provided it is not disruptive to the forum. If you decide to use a graphic for your sig, please use common sense and keep it small in size. If sigs become a problem for other members, we will reevaluate this rule. We encourage you to use your avatar or a text signature instead. 6. When posting builds, please provide a link to your saved build on the battle.net website. If you’re unsure how to create and save a build, let a mod know and we’ll do it for you. It is not the aim of the mods to rule the forum with an iron fist. Members who break the rules will be given a friendly reminder of them and a warning if they persistently ignore the rules. 7. New members who sign up with the sole motivation to advertise other websites will be banned. This does not apply to genuine members who run their own websites/blogs/youtube channel and also contribute to the discussion on the forum here.