I recently received a report that someone was concerned about folks tampering with their in game bag because it contained there medications. So, under no circumstances should anyone be touching anyone else’s prescriptions without either express permission or a health emergency. (It’s okay to help someone with their epipen if their throat is closed up and they haven’t actually said it)
That said, at no point should anyone be leaving there prescriptions in a public space unattended. Ever. Emergency relief medications (inhalers, epipens, etc.), should be kept on your person. If keeping a medication on your person is unnecessary or unfeasible, it should be stored in out of game space wherever you’re sleeping or storing your other out of game possessions. If you have a prescription that you take at routine times but are concerned about theft, (adderall, vicodin, etc.), best practice is to store them locked in the glove compartment of your car, assuming the medication doesn’t have specific temperature requirements.
Red Feather doesn’t ever endorse tampering with, stealing or otherwise undermining anyone’s access to there medication, and doing so won’t be tolerated. However, prevention is difficult and disciplinary actions won’t help you get through the weekend without your pills. Please be responsible with your medications, and take precautions to mitigate this risk.
Additional information on traveling with medications below: