While posting on this forum, y ou are expected to abide by the guidelines outlined below as well as those outlined in the Roll20 Code of Conduct and our Terms of Service . In addition, items listed below are considered to be part of the Roll20 Code of Conduct. Looking for Group Looking for Group (LFG) listings for 18+ games must be marked as such. Any content in your public LFG listing- including game description, username, or game forum posts, must be PG-13 in nature. Content that breaks our Roll20 Code of Conduct or Terms of Service will be removed. Each individual Roll20 game should operate in a spirit of consent for both the Game Masters and players involved- everyone should be in agreement as to the actions happening around their virtual table. Roll20's LFG tool is only for games being played in Roll20. Any listings advertising games or groups outside of Roll20 will be removed from the site. External Links The LFG Forums and the LFG Tool are meant to promote games and find groups to play with on Roll20. The addition of external links within the LFG areas of the site for payment purposes (Patreon, PayPal Donations, etc.) or invitations to off-site communities (Discord, Off-site message boards, etc.) is prohibited and will result in removal of the post. Inclusivity All LFG posts and listings should be in the spirit of "our group is open to players of all genders". While we can appreciate your desire for inclusion, specifically targeting a group in your listing ends up being an issue of tokenization-- looking to fill a spot with an arbitrary token of a person, instead of truly being open. Practically speaking, do not say: "looking for a female player", instead, try: "we welcome all genders." Off-Topic Posting Please only reply in LFG threads that you are actually interested in joining. Comments that do not reflect the original poster's request are considered “off-topic” and against the Roll20 Code of Conduct . Bumping posts is discouraged and should be avoided, this falls under the “irritating repetition” mentioned in the Civil Discussion section of the Roll20 Code of Conduct . To gain more exposure, try using the Looking for Group listings. Please only create threads for upcoming games in Roll20. Similar to our Looking for Group tool, please only advertise for games up to 3 months in advance. Pay-to-Play and Paid Game Mastering Currently, paid Game Mastering is allowed without prior approval from Roll20. Roll20 is not responsible for any payment transactions and cannot enforce any private arrangements. Pay-to-Play games on the Looking For Group (LFG) forum require a link to their LFG listing and may not be advertised on the LFG forum without a link to their LFG listing. However, any attempt to advertise Pay-to-Play games or paid GM services to users who have not explicitly asked for it in the relevant post is strictly prohibited. Additionally, Pay-to-Play posts in the LFG forum must contain the following payment disclaimer: This game will require payment to the Game Master at a rate of [to be filled with a description of your method, amount, and frequency of payment]. Roll20 is not responsible for any payment transactions and cannot enforce any private arrangements. There is a checkbox in our LFG tool for Pay-to-Play games. If you are creating a Pay-to-Play LFG listing, you must have this selected, and list the desired price per session/game in the field that is provided. This will automatically place the required payment disclaimer for your Pay-to-Play games. Any Pay-to-Play games on the LFG forum that do not list a description of method, amount, and frequency of payment will be considered off-topic and disabled. Links to Patreon (or other such sites) are only permitted for pre-approved community members who are contributing either Character Sheets or API Scripts. If you wish to solicit your players directly for funding, you may do so privately, but no such links are permitted in a public setting. Tipping Your Game Master Tipping your GM is allowed, but when a GM explicitly solicits tips in their LFG listing or game, they should mark it as Pay-to-Play. As in all places on Roll20, GMs are to treat their players with respect when it comes to this issue. If a GM expects payment for their GM services, they should mark their game as Pay-to-Play. Additionally, like Pay-to-Play posts in the LFG forum, any games soliciting tips must contain the following payment disclaimer: This game encourages tipping the Game Master at a rate of [to be filled with a description of your method, amount, and frequency of payment]. Roll20 is not responsible for any payment transactions and cannot enforce any private arrangements.