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Valucre - For Parents


Valucre is a non-commercial site which places a positive emphasis on the following principles:

Communication (writing and reading)
Valucre is a creative writing game. The "game play" is done through individual or collaborative writing. Through threads and replies to threads. The "pieces" are the characters. The "setting" is the lore and history of the world and its nations.

Because of the fact that play is executed through, and encourages, writing, many members publicly recognize a relationship between time spent on Valucre and improved writing ability, typing speed, and vocabulary.

Players are encouraged to interact with settings which explore an array of literary genres, to experiment with their writing, to contribute to the lore, to participate in events or even create their own, and to engage with other writers.

To many, Valucre is a digital home away from home. Thanks to our friendly environment and attentive staff, players have felt safe in forming significant friendships here over years of interaction. We also welcome players from all over the world, including some from  Canada, South America, the UK, Australia, and Sweden.

Valucre is recommended for members 13 years of age and older. Valucre contains mature themes and language. Valucre can't be held accountable for the language or actions of another player that some younger players may find offensive. As the child's parent or legal guardian, it is incumbent on you to determine whether Valucre is suitable for your child.

If you find your underage child has become a member without your permission and you'd like to have their account locked, please email Valucre administration with your child's account details at our staff email

Valucre has HTTPS encryption across the whole site. Valucre does not transmit any member data to third parties except as outlined in our privacy policy, but it is up to the parent/guardian to educate your child regarding internet safety. Make sure they know not to give out any personal information such as phone number, mailing address, or school to strangers. It is a common and recommended practice on Valucre to use an alias/screen name/nickname instead of a real name.

If you have any other questions or concerns, please contact us at: valucre@gmail.com

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