As a GM on Reality Fault, you are responsible for running
your game and maintaining your logs page. You may designate
someone else as your log editor, but there must be someone who
is responsible for making sure the logs for your game go up on
your log page in a timely fashion.
GMs on RealityFault are also responsible for making
sure their players' character sheets are up on their realm's
web site. We understand it can take a while for everything to
get ironed smoothly out as far as character sheets, especially
in the excitement of getting one's game started. We simply
ask that you get the character sheets to an admin, and we'll
make sure they get put up. If you have a particular layout or
format you'd like to use, talk to an admin about that as well,
and we'll do our best to be sure this is accomplished.
We have made this a requirement because we consider the
logs and the character sheets a helpful assist to the Reality
Fault community. They provide encouragement, entertainment,
examples, and inspiration for our players and GMs. We also feel
they make Reality Fault's web site an interesting and informative
As a GM, you are encouraged to provide information for the
Reality Fault web site. Write up any information or changes
you would like on your realm's web pages, and email them to us,
so we may update your page. The logs and character sheets that
you provide will be available from this page also, and we are
happy to put any other resources you wish there as well.
You may, if you wish, put other resources on other web sites
and have us link to them, but we encourage you to allow us to host
and/or keep a second copy of your off-site game materials. We
suggest this because we have unfortunately had information from
three games irrecoverably lost when other sites went down. We
would like to help you avoid having this happen to your game.
RealityFault is a server set up to encourage on-line, GM'd
gaming. We believe that making a GM responsible for every game
encourages both individual responsibility and a stronger sense
of community within a game.
We understand that a small group of mature adults who know
and trust each other may be able to successfully play without
a GM. However, the potential owner of such a realm must first
demonstrate to us that they are responsible individuals who can
organize and maintain a game in that sort of environment.
In such cases we will require there be someone designated 'the
GM' for the realm. We do not require this person to run every game
in that realm; this is so there is one individual who is both
responsible for the realm, and can handle all relevant issues
there for the players. This would also the person responsible
for providing character sheets and logs for the game.