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Timeframe of Applications

An ideal whitelist is posted, gains feedback, and a decision is made on the 3rd day (Within 72 hours) of its posting by its appropriate species overseer. There is no required amount of feedback; it can help the overseer make a decision but feedback isn't an inherent necessity to an app's ultimate fate. A lack of feedback means that the application is determined by the sole merit of the OP, unless a loredev themselves asks questions ofc. There is technically no minimum waiting period for race whitelists but it is extremely unusual for an application to be accepted before at least 48 hours have passed and usually never happens.


If an application has sat without loredev comment or decision after 4 days you are encouraged to PM Mofo1995, the Loremaster, with a link to your species application with a comment that it's been 4 days since it was originally posted. 

If it slips his mind or he forgets. Just keep PM'ing Mofo1995; one PM per day with a reminder over sitting applications is totally acceptable! You can also remind Mofo on Discord.

Rule Update #1

All applicants are required to have a played character on the Aurora associated with their Ckey before posting an application. It is expected that you have some playtime on the Aurora at least a little bit before you apply.

If you have no characters associated with your Ckey then your application will be declined.

If you have no characters but lie about it, or otherwise falsify information, your application will be immediately rejected. If we find out after giving you the application then it will be immediately revoked. In both cases I will leave it completely up to the race overseer in question for when and how they'll allow you to reapply.

Rule Update #2

All applications must be made with connection to the whitelisted species lore. Part of the purpose of a whitelist application is to demonstrate that you have sufficient understanding and knowledge of the lore for the alien race you are applying to play as. Sidestepping major themes in a whitelisted race's lore suggests that it was not studied or not understood by the applicant.

Edited by Mofo1995
Fixed weird loophole.
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