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Separate looking for group threads for free and paid games?

The looking for players/group thread is inundated with reposts by paid DMs peddling their wears mixed in with adverts for free to play games. That's not such an issue aside from it being frustrating to trawl through. It's more of an issue when players are posting looking for group posts, with no mention of wishing to pay to play, and pay to play DMs are replying in their threads, PMing them and even posting links to their games (often without even mentioning that their game requires payment). It feels misleading to me but moreover all of the above is directly against the forum code of conduct. Do not attempt to solicit users-- through private message or a post in a seeker's thread-- if they have not explicitly stated an interest in your paid game Make this activity easier to spot, and make it easier for players looking for free games, by separating free games and paid games into their own threads. Paid DMs peddling for business can only post about their games, or reply to LFG posts, in the Paid game thread and the other thread is specifically for free games. Not a big change but it may reduce the situations where some, though certainly not all, paid DMs are ignoring the code of conduct to generate warm leads under false pretences.     
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