Continuum Convention Rules
The Most Important Rule of All
Have a good time! Have a great time! Have a grand time! Just have fun!
Do Unto Others
Treat other convention attendees in a generally civilized fashion. Abusive, insulting, intimidating, bothersome, or outwardly illegal behavior will not be tolerated.
Do Not Freak the Mundanes
Remember there are non convention-going guests on the site. Please go ahead and use the public areas for gaming and partying, but be considerate of other people.
No Smoking in the main building
If you wish to smoke, please go to a designated public smoking area (outside).
LARP and other weapons are not to be used outside of the game space. This includes toy weapons, “boffers”, or anything that is liable to trip others. Please use common sense. Do not wander around waving toy guns or knives, even brightly coloured plastic ones, keep them confined to game spaces.
Be Nice to the Site
You may only tape something to the walls if you use light masking tape or architect’s tape, which will leave no residue and will not damage the paint. The convention has a limited amount of tape available which it can loan to games as needed.
Continuum reserves the right to deny entry to anyone who has been drinking excessively. We’re not averse to people having a drink but be sensible!
There is a bar in the main building, and there is usually a party going on somewhere in the evenings.
Please report to Ops Staff or the Con Chair any incident in which a member of the convention ignores the rules of the convention stated above. Continuum reserves the right to revoke, without refund, the membership of anyone for any just cause. An Ops Staff member can always be found at the Ops desk during regular Operations hours. If the University staff observe a guest violating any of the above rules, they reserve the right to have that guest removed from the property without refund.
Continuum is not responsible for any lost or stolen property, although there will be a box at the Ops Desk for things you leave behind, unless we really like them. Unclaimed tiaras are always especially welcome!