Hybrid games are now allowed on Myth Weavers without permission. A hybrid game is defined as a game that may be played through other means, but which uses Myth Weavers resources such as sheets or an OOC forum.
Games which do not utilize Myth Weavers resources in any manner are still prohibited and ads for such will be removed.
Myth Weavers is pleased to announce the Dungeons & Dragons Create a Villain Contest! Members may create a villain using any edition of the Dungeons & Dragons rules, and the final entries will be voted on by the community.
First place wins a new copy of the Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition Players Handbook!
The contest runs from July 1 to July 31, and voting will then run from August 1 through August 7. The winner will be announced on August 8 and contacted via PM. Contest details and directions may be found HERE!
They sure do. That's part of what sets MW apart from other sites like it; we've got a great moderator community, and they're quick to put a stop to the abuses that some other boards get away with...spam, flaming, rudeness, etc.
As for houserules, this is a good place to discuss them. You can do it in the main forum of the game as Silverkiss mentions, which is also a good option, as it allows your players some input. They're more likely to follow and read the houserules if they're in on it from the ground floor. The flip side there is that thee might be more dissention--as in a playwer may not like one of your house rules and rally against it. But it's all in the name of making a game that everyone will enjoy.
Late to the party, but I thought I'd throw my two cents in, if that's alright. The basic questions first...
What others have said in this thread regarding Game Ads conduct sounds like good advice to me. Likewise, Google Draw is a fantastic tool.
As for the overarching vision for design and/or thought about the setting, I'd say that the more information I'm presented with, the more my imagination begins to work. Maybe that sounds lazy of me to say, but I know for sure that barebones homebrew worlds designed for players to add a whole lot as the game goes on sometimes make me feel like I'm creating a little pocket of reality that isn't much connected to anything the other players have done. For what it's worth, I'm a huge fan of Eberron, if you're at all considering using pre-established WotC material.
As a final thought, I'll just say that I really appreciate the care you appear to be taking towards incorporating the player's goals for their PCs into the larger structure of the game. My most rewarding experiences here at MW have been in games just like that; games in which the GM makes a concerted effort to tie the player's hopes and dreams for the PC into the plot.