In Character Rules

1.Avoid “sick” crimes in character. We’re a nice bunch at FRONTLINE and we don’t want to be reading about how you cut some homeless guys head off or disembowelled him. If we feel you overstepped the mark we will warn you and possibly update this rule. If you do it again then your contract may be terminated.

2.Racial slurs will not be tolerated under any circumstance. Anyone found breaking this rule will be given a warning and then their contract may well be terminated.

3. Pro-Wrestling FRONTLINE roster must contain no more than five gaijin (foreigners) at any one time.

4.No more than three of these gaijin must be contracted to Pro-Wrestling FRONTIER.

5.We do NOT mention other real life wrestlers or wrestling promotions. Do not mention WWE, TNA, ROH, Dragon Gate, NOAH etc. It’s ok to mention “classic” wrestlers from time to time, especially Japanese ones, but no current stars. Please do feel free to mention other eFeds and groups such as FRONTIER, KJPW, WARPED, HOW, FGA etc.

6.The Code of Respect: Yes, we know this is pretty much ROH’s Code of Honor. It’s there for the same reasons they used it, to help heels get over by breaking the rules. That’s pretty much it’s sole purpose. That and ensuring that most matches end cleanly with a pin or submission. This code may evolve and change, or may disappear completely, depending on how you make use of it.

7. Keep it real: By this I mean, this is a Japanese fed so try and have characters act in the same way they would in a real Japanese promotion. They’re generally not big on the “Sports Entertainment” style, and neither are we. Bear that in mind when you write.

8.We are KAYFABE: That means we don’t know that bookers determine the results of the events, we don’t know that wrestling is fake, we don’t believe there is any behind the scenes activities at all. You’ll notice this is the last rule. There’s a very good reason for this. We want you to push this as much as you can without breaking it. It’s one of the traits of our community. This is one we want bent – but not too much.

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