Malcolm Craig ADMIN May 19, 2013
MFZ group members! Please post only one photo per build. If you post more than one, it will get pruned. I'd rather not do that, so help me to help you to help me to help you. Or something. And remember: this group is for the Mobile Frame Zero: Rapid Attack game. Please don't just post your non-MFZ designs here to boost your views.
Group DescriptionNew name, but the same game!
If you've just joined, please take a minute to read our simple and easy to remember posting rules.
Group RulesWelcome to the Mobile Frame Zero Flickr group! Our rules are pretty straight forward and simple. This group is, and shall continue to be, all about Mobile Frame Zero. If you're not building for MFZ, then there are plenty of other great groups out there, such as Mechahub.
1) One submission per build.
No posting six different views of the same frame. If someone wants to look in detail at your design, they will go to your photostream. Now, there's also a rule 1b, and that pertains to large mecha and to minifig scale hardsuits. Big mecha (say, larger than 10 bricks in height) are currently a no-no.
Hardsuits will be permitted, as long as they are specifically designed for minifig scale MFZ games and are tagged as such.
Spacecraft, ships, and vehicles are permitted, provided they are design for - and explicitly tagged as - for use in MFZ variants for spacecraft/ship/vehicle combat.
2) Two submissions per battle or diorama.
If you've been playing MFZ and want to post your photos of the game, that's great! However, we must insist on a couple of restrictions. Firstly, you can post a maximum of TWO photos from the game. Secondly, please append your photos with meaningful descriptions. Let us know what's happening, what stage the game is at, what is significant about this particular image. Photos not conforming to this standard will be pruned.
3) Five submissions per day.
In common with many other groups, there's going to be a limit on how many photos you can put up per day. In this case, five. This is subject to change (probably upwards.) We'll see how it goes.
4) Civil discussion.
Let's be polite and friendly to each other in discussions. Read what people say charitably. That means taking the best interpretation possible and not going off on one because you disagree.
Your friendly local admin
- This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
- Members can post 5 things to the pool each day.
- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
- Accepted safety levels: Safe