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Asking for users to give you free robux (or for that matter, any in-game currency) is definitely off-topic. We're a site about getting expert answers to gaming questions, rather than about requests for resources (free or otherwise). However, if Robux is a currency that can be earned in-game, then asking for ways to earn robux (using tricks or methods that ...


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Based on the tour, this could be on-topic within the following bullet points: Gameplay strategies and tactics If these informal rulesets result in you getting 'marked' for constant PVP attacks or for blocking your attempts at joining an in-game guild/alliance/etc., then it certainly would be appropriate to discuss strategy or tactics on playing the game to ...


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Put your file on MediaFire, Dropbox, or some other public file sharing site, copy its link and put it into your post, preferably using link syntax ([click here](https://gaming.stackexchange.com)) instead of a direct URL https://gaming.meta.stackexchange.com/q/15632/250180 because that looks so ugly and painful to my eyes. Hopefully you know this already, but ...


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To add onto what @Robotnik said, even if you can't earn robux in game (which it seems like you can't, but nevertheless) it's still on-topic to ask if there is a way to get them at all, and it is not restricted to having to be obtainable without actually paying.


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Mandatory FAQ/Help Center viewing? No. Having said that, a lot of the useful information that is imparted in the Help Center is now prominently shown right where new users will need it - included along the right-hand-side of the 'Ask Question' page: As you continue to fill out a question, this help info will change. There is also now a 'review' step, that ...


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