You won’t get banned for FFXIV ERP – as long as it’s private and consenting

If you’ve played Final Fantasy XIV, you’ve probably walked past a mostly-nude Miqo’te dancing in Limsa Lominsa with the RP icon next to their name. If you know, you know. If you don’t, you should keep walking. Today, the developers of FFXIV have issued a major expansion on the rules around harassment, and it includes some specific guidelines on erotic role-playing scenarios.

Using emotes to “mimic grinding against another character” or that are “evocative of sexual activities” is an “obscene/indecent expression” and thus violation of the rules – if you’re doing it in public or with a partner who’s not into the whole thing. Basically, these things are technically against the rules, but you’re only likely to get in trouble for it if you’re reported.

“In the case of role-playing involving mildly sexual expressions (such as erotic role-playing) with a consenting group of two or more players, if it is conducted in a private area, it will not be considered a violation unless a report is made,” the devs explain in the new rules. “However, if you encourage or invite a player to participate in such role-play without being certain of their consent, there is a high possibility that you will be reported and penalized. Please be very careful.”

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