Oh, I know. News that Alphastream has published a free to download Code of Conduct that you can use for your own RPG projects probably isn’t the most exciting thing you’ve read this week.
Hopefully, it never will be.
A code of conduct is one of the things you should never have to discover you’re missing at short notice. When it does become exciting, it’s probably too late.
This blogger works hard to avoid any sort of HR or management responsibility and isn’t placed to tell you what a good Code of Conduct looks like. However, I’ve read the offering from Alphastream, and it seems to be packed with common-sense advice. If I found myself assigned to an RPG Project, I’d have a copy of this handy and when I asked: “Is there a Code of Conduct?” I’d happily show this as an example.
It’s also worth knowing that Alphastream is Teos Abadia. In fact, I don’t know of anything else that Alphastream has published. So perhaps the publisher was created just for this.
Abadia is an experienced freelancer. Of the two main authors who worked on Acquisitions Incorporated sourcebook, Abadia was one of them.
Teos authored the Dungeon of Doom and Caverns Deep adventures for Dwarven Forge, has Freelanced on other WotC projects, the Dungeons & Dragons Insider, written Adventurers League and Living Forgotten Realms adventures and so on. Abadia certainly has the experience in the industry to know what a code of conduct should cover.
You can download the Code of Conduct free from DriveThruRPG today.
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