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Proper tags are required to keep things organized and help users find what they want. Tagging assets incorrectly will not carry a penalty unless it is done regularly against moderator action, though we ask that you make an effort to tag your assets as best as possible to maximise the exposure and credibility of your asset, and to make our job easier.
If a moderator’s changes are reverted, the asset may be locked from further editing. Circumventing this will be met with due action. If you feel that a moderator’s changes are incorrect, contact the team through Discord.
Any asset that doesn't fall into the other categories. Usually, the "official" box art is Alternate.
A grid with a significantly blurred background, or a hero that is entirely blurred.
A grid with a logo that is completely white, usually positioned near the top in vertical grids.
A grid that does not have a logo at all. Logos that are symbols count as logos for this purpose.
A minimalist asset with a palette restricted to only one or two colours, commonly making use of silhouettes. Also applies to grids that are a logo on a solid background.
These rules are especially applicable to assets for newer games, as resources for games have become more abundant and of greater quality. This policy may be more lenient on older or more obscure titles, for which art is harder to find. If you feel that a removal was incorrect or unjust, please contact the team through Discord.
Humorous grids may be exempt from this policy in certain cases, but there’s still a line. Tagging a low-quality grid as humor will not automatically protect it from deletion.