|by Blue Ruin1|
Now, I'm not going to link or point fingers, and I hold no ill-will against those involved. It does no good, I follow the site it occurred on, and I enjoy most of the author's work. Because of some of the comments though, it shows that there are people concerned about kids exploring the hobby while online. As such, I wanted to re-iterate a principle that I've held since launching this site a few years ago:
Wargaming Tradecraft is appropriate for all ages.
Visitors of the Find a Blog network list can now view (and sort by) content ratings.
(as chosen by blog authors - NOT reviewed by me, unless I get complaints)
Parents, teachers, etc, should keep in mind that the hobby IS about war-gaming, so there's going to be some content that involves fighting, blood, monsters, etc. That's fairly unavoidable. But you won't find me cursing and there certainly won't be any (obviously) offensive material or nudity.
This is the standard I expect from any bloggers who choose the "EVERYONE" rating.
I've set "TEEN" as default. This is your all around level and a safe way of saying "browser beware". Language could include some swearing, crude humour, suggestive themes and imagery could include more violence, gore, and/or scantily clad figures. By making this the default, it also means that an author has to make the effort to choose "EVERYONE".
For the more adult crowds, I've included a "MATURE" rating. I'm not going to link to porn, but this could mean extremely violent artwork, common swearing, and possibly even topless heroines.
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