Enfilade is a miniature gaming event. Miniature gaming is an intensely social activity that requires all participants to interact with civility, respect and good sense. It is the expectation of the North West Historical Miniature Gaming Society and Enfilade staff that this is the norm at our convention and game days.

Be Careful

It's crowded. No running or jumping that may result in an accident or injury. If you need help, ask for it.

Play Nice

Be respectful, and kind. Everyone's trying to have a good time. - No cheating, play by the rules. Don't be afraid to ask questions. - Game Masters are empowered to confront players who seem not to be playing by the rules, and remove those who are clearly not interested in following them. - Help others if they seem a little lost. You might know the rules better than others.

Everyone at Enfilade is here to have a good time. All attendees have a responsibility to insure their conduct doesn't prevent others from enjoying their Enfilade weekend.

Anti-Harassment Policy

NHMGS is committed to providing a safe environment, where everyone is treated with dignity and respect. Harassment or unwelcome conduct, whether verbal, physical, visual, or in any other form, is strictly prohibited. NHMGS’s Anti-Harassment Policy applies to all persons involved in the operation or attendance of a NHMGS convention or a NHMGS-sponsored event. NHMGS will not tolerate harassment of anyone by anyone, including participants, vendors, hosts, or HMGS staff.

NHMGS defines harassment as any behavior that threatens a person or group or produces an unsafe or non-inclusive environment. Harassment includes, but is not limited to, offensive verbal comments or non-verbal expressions related to gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, age, or religious beliefs. Harassment also includes, but is not limited to, sexual or discriminatory images in public and quasi-public spaces (online and offline), intimidation, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention. Harassment may take the form of comments, epithets, slurs, jokes, teasing, display or discussion of written or graphic material, repeatedly standing too close to or brushing up against a person, or giving gifts of an unwanted or sexual nature. Advocating or encouraging any of the above is also considered harassment.

Harassment at NHMGS does not include respectful disagreement or critique offered in good faith.

Those who believe they have been harassed should report incidents to staff at the registration desk or known NHMGS officials.

Those who engage in harassment and refuse to stop will be asked to leave and refused admission to future NHMGS events.