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About Community

An unofficial, play-by-post version of the game "Scenes From a Hat" from the show "Whose Line is it Anyway?". Not affiliated with the show, ABC, or the CW.
Created Mar 13, 2011

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Good evening everybody and welcome to /r/ScenesFromAHat, the subreddit where everything's made up and the points don't matter. That's right, the points are like 90% of your mail.

This subreddit brings the game Scenes From a Hat from the improv comedy show Whose Line is it Anyway? to Reddit for everyone to let out their inner comedian!

r/ScenesFromAHat Rules

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Prompts must seek responses that act it out in the form of a scene.
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No reposts or spinoffs of recent prompts.
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No overly-obscure or overly-specific prompts.
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No other Whose Line games without mod approval.
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Act out your response as a scene. Don't just state an answer.
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If you would like to respond to your own prompt, please post it as a comment.
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Multiple responses to one prompt need to be placed in separate comments.
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Before responding, please check to see if your response was already used.
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Top-level comments that are not meant to play the game need to begin with a [Meta] tag.
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The [Meta] tag cannot be used to avoid acting out a response.
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Discussions must be kept civil.
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No "/thread", "Take my upvote", "This one wins", or similar zero-content replies to responses.
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Please only report posts that actually violate these rules.

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