Dungeon Rules


Conference organizers and Head DM have final say and authority over all of the following:

  1. Anyone entering or leaving the dungeon venue MUST be appropriately dressed. Please be respectful of the other hotel patrons and keep noise in public portions of the hotel to a minimum. This hotel has made a conscious decision to work with our community and we do not want them to regret that decision.
  2. Head DM’s word is final in the dungeon.  Those not adhering to the decisions of the Head DM will be asked to leave the conference and there will be no refund of ticket price given. 
  3. No alcohol or drugs. Anyone deemed to be under the influence of any drug (including alcohol or prescription drugs) may be denied admittance, instructed to cease play, or be asked to leave at the discretion of the head DM.
  4. Cell phones MUST remain in your pocket/bag in the dungeon and social area. If you must use your cell phone, do so OUTSIDE the event space (ie use public hallways, stairwells, washrooms).  See also #5.
  5. No photography / cameras of any type are permitted in the dungeon or social area. Use of cell phone / camera in the dungeon space will result in user being asked to leave the event without refund. Note: Head DM (or someone authorized by head DM) may use phone to contact 911 and event producers in case of an emergency.
  6. The following types of play are NOT permitted in this venue: Fire play (of any type); water sports; scat; glitter and/or confetti; rainbow play; irritants including mace, bear spray & pepper spray; firearms (real or replicate); and stun /taser guns (real or replicate).
  7. The following scenes are restricted: blood play, needle play, knife play, take down scenes, plug in electrical play, & wax play and MUST have approval of a DM prior to starting scene. *DM has authority to and will interrupt your scene if they are not advised in advance.  Please note conditions in #9 with regards to requirements for barriers and clean-up.
  8. The dungeon is a sex positive space. Please note conditions in #9 with regards to requirements for barriers and clean-up.
  9. You are responsible for containment of any bodily fluids and cleanup of same. Please obtain these supplies at the beginning of the scene or ask a DM for assistance. Please ensure that there is a barrier (wet spot blanket, puppy pad, etc) between bare skin and furniture in both the dungeon and the social area. Please ensure that both you and your scene space are properly cleaned up at the conclusion of your scene so that other people may use the space. 
  10. Hand sanitizer will  be available in every scene space, please use it before leaving your space.  Cleaning supplies and gloves will be available.  You are responsible for prompt cleanup of your scene space at the conclusion of your scene unless a DM relieves you of that responsibility.
  11. Any scene involving a gag or sensory deprivation must have a non-verbal safe signal arranged in advance. Please consult with the DM before starting scene. *DM will interrupt your scene to confirm your safe signal if they are not advised in advance.
  12. The house safeword is Red – play in that space must stop. Scene can only resume if Head DM gives their approval.
  13. No glass containers are permitted in the dungeon.
  14. Be respectful of other people’s space and property. If you don’t have permission, don’t touch.
  15. Social talking belongs in the social area, don’t be that person talking about the game/work/whatever next to scene space.
  16. No monetary compensation for scenes or sexual acts (prostitution) are permitted.
  17. If you are uncomfortable with a scene taking place in the dungeon, we ascribe to the “Rule of Two Feet”. Put yours in motion and leave the area.
  18. Do not interfere in anyone else’s scene, advise a DM if you have concerns.
  19. Do not monopolize play spaces. DM has authority to set time limits on use of scene space if appropriate.
  20. Lights on at 1 am – scenes must wrap – there will be 15 minute warning from your DM.
  21. Have fun!

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