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While Vendetta Online is a fairly open game, there are still some rules that are enforced. The enforcement is done by the Guides and the Developers. Some enforcement can also be done by players, using the /vote command.


  • Exploiting A Bug - This is not allowed because you are unfairly using a bug to your advantage, without reporting it. This can get you banned from the game for an indefinite amount of time.
  • Verbally Assaulting Players - This causes general unpleasantness. If you do this, a guide will warn you. Should you not listen, you will be temporarily muted. You will still be able to message guides while muted.


Guides enforce decent behavior, and also help people with questions and bugs. When a Guide speaks to you about inappropriate behavior, you will recieve a white message from "Guide1234" (numbers vary from Guide to Guide). If you are muted, you can still message the guide by typing:

  • /msg Guide1234 [message]

Abusing this will simply increase the length of time for which you are muted.


If one player is chatting in a manner that the other players find disagreeable, they should ideally advise the player to stop doing so. If the player still continues, other players may report the player using /report "name". This will open up an interface to select which message exactly is the offending one. Having selected the post, one must report it in one of three categories: Toxic Chat and Trolling, Spam or Real Life Politics.

These are the currently available categories, but if you feel that there is some chat that is wrong but doesn't particularly fit in either of these categories, you have to take a looser definition or simply report it under any category and leave the guides to deal with it.

All reports are seen by the Devs or Guides, who may first issue a warning. On persistent offensive behaviour, they may resort to mutes of increasing duration, and in extreme cases to permanent mutes or bans.