Chat Rules

In order to provide the best experience possible for all visitors, we have listed a set of guidelines below that each user must follow.
Guidelines apply to all languages, and moderators may use discretion when enforcing these guidelines.
1. All languages are allowed [Open]

2. Be respectful and do not harass or discriminate [Open]

3. Do not share inappropriate content [Open]

4. Do not advertise non-creative content or websites [Open]

5. Do not impersonate other users [Open]

6. Do not request a higher rank [Open]

7. Do not beg or ask for free products [Open]

8. Spamming is not allowed [Open]

9. Flooding is not allowed [Open]

10. The use of Size and Big is restricted [Open]

11. Selling or trading is not allowed, with a few exceptions [Open]

12. Drawing signs to the sale of xats is allowed under very restricted circumstances. [Open]

13. Do not cause disruption, troll, post inflammatory remarks, or facilitate drama [Open]

14. All visitors must use a name of reasonable length or size [Open]

15. Do not discuss hacking or related activities [Open]

16. Making fun of users for purchasing i-xat products, or attempting to earn rank, is not allowed. [Open]

17. Moderators and owners have the final say in classifying offensive or inappropriate material [Open]

18. Obey the i-xat Terms of Service [Open]


  • A full reason is required for each kick. Moderators always need to include a reason when banning. The only exception is when you are banning raid bots.
  • If a raid is occurring, use the /p protect mode. If that fails, use the /pr mode. Do not use protect if a user is unbanning themselves.
  • Include rule violation information in kick reasons so that users can correct their behavior. Do not just give a directive and hope they understand their wrongdoing.
  • A ban should not be issued if a user leaves the chat but would normally get kicked for the committed offense.
  • Users are allowed to test smiley combinations at a minimal level as long as it does not disrupt the chat.
  • Unprofessional conduct at other chats may put you at risk for getting demoted at Chat. This is handled on a case-by-case basis.
  • You must be active in order to maintain your position. Activity is measured by being online frequently along with events.
  • Consult a user of equal or higher rank when deciding to demote someone. In cases of clear abuse, you can demote immediately.
  • Do not ban for long periods of time for measly reasons. A day-long ban may not necessarily be fair for all rule violations. Think carefully about what is fair and appropriate.
  • Do not kick banned users unless they are rapidly clicking you.
  • Moderators are required to give proof for violations that occur in the moderator’s private chat.