Content Terms of Use

We reserve the right, at our sole discretion, to change, modify, add, or remove portions of these Content Terms of Use, at any time. It is your responsibility to check these Content Terms of Use periodically for changes. Your continued use of Oblivion Online’s content, APIs, or materials following the posting of changes will mean that you accept and agree to the changes.

I’m interested in Oblivion Online in a project or on a fan-site. What is your policy regarding copyrights and trademarks? May I use Oblivion’s content, such as images, text, sounds, or video?

Yes, you may use our content–that is images, text, video and audio files–within the following parameters:

• The content must be used in a non-commercial context for private, personal use only (i.e. not for use by a company)
• You acknowledge and agree that no title nor any other form of ownership to the content has been or will be transferred to you from Oblivion Online nor from anyone else
• You agree that you will not present the content as officially sanctioned or professionally associated with Oblivion Online
• You agree that Oblivion Online has the right to require removal of our content at any time, for any reason

You may not use our content on sites that contain or link to sites containing:

• Hacks or cheats
• Pornography
• Inflammatory Content
• Unlawful content
• Objectionable content, as determined by Oblivion Online

May I use your art or images for items, such as clothing, toys, or other game-related goods?

Yes, you can if you contact us *here* (link to ticket system) beforehand and you are approved by us, however, unsolicited use of Oblivion Online material is not permitted.

Is there a preferred way to create my site’s logo or masthead?

In order to avoid confusion between guild or alliance sites, fan-sites, and the official Oblivion Online site, we request that you include some manner of designation within your masthead that indicates the site’s status as a guild site, alliance site, or fan-site. The site may be labeled as a “news site,” “fan-site,” “guild site,” “alliance site,” “unofficial site,” “community site,” or using another designation that has been approved by our Community Team. In addition, the Internet browser title bar should reflect the proper site designation in order to prevent confusion between official and unofficial sites.

Can I put Oblivion Online downloads on my website?

Yes, you may do so within the guidelines outlined above. We allow the non-commercial mirroring of our downloadable content, such as images, videos, demos, etc., provided that the content is not altered in any way. This permission may be rescinded at any time at the discretion of Oblivion Online.

Can I translate your site into another language if there is no official site in that language?

Yes, just make sure to contact us beforehand.

Can I resell, give away, or trade my Oblivion Online account? Can I sell items on my account for real-world money or trade them for items in another game?


Can I create and/or distribute hack and cheats for your games?

No. Oblivion Online is 100% against hacks and cheats. Their use, attempted use, or distribution will result in the closure of any individual game accounts that are associated with the hacks or cheats.

Where can I send suggestions for in-game content?

We are grateful for the enthusiasm of our fans and appreciate the efforts and creativity that they use to develop concepts intended to assist with or expand upon our current and future titles. Suggestions about Oblivion Online are welcome on the suggestion here.