Hello RP-Community, dear @Lord British , @Berek. Today I was made aware that the lore I wrote for my guild wasn't approved and deleted from the game. Strangely only 1 person in my community was affected by this, so other copies and items from the lore we created still exists (don't worry I'll delete my copies manually), but since I have been a repeated offender of rules and want to avoid any further trouble I need guidance as I am rewriting the lore for my community. Now our lore contained the word KEK, symbol for the egyptian god of darkness often depicted as a frog, snake etc. Since we found the frogkin ring ingame we thought it would be a nice fit for our dark lore, as we play evil characters in SotA. I was surprised to read that this seems to be not appropriate for Shroud, as to my understanding of the Community Guidelines KEK isn't mentioned as a forbidden term, nor is KEK a negative religious symbolism. To my understanding KEK mainly serves as a gamer term for lol. Yes, some gamers use a here forbidden symbol to represent KEK (as frog) but we didn't after you changed the Guidelines, we used the snake *Serpent* from that point (in game and forums). Now this guilt by association seems a little frightening for a lot of our members, we would like to get an approved list of things I am allowed to use within my lore. Where is the historical line you draw? e.g. Hospitaller's were slave holders, but seem to be fine as their symbolisms are used in game. Our community is working closely with several gaming sites to widen our reach and attract more players. Since it is part of our guilds story, we would like to settle the issue as soon as possible as release is closing in This is not an attempt to troll, this is a serious question, even though I have to admit it's bewildering to have to ask such a thing. Regards, Vallo Frostbane.