Incident Description: I was a chaplain and i was farming chickens, not killing them, just simply raising them and displaying them in chaple, while serving people eggnog. Balter Bite came to chaple and started killing my chickens and as soon as i came close to him, he ran away. It repeated several times and i lost my cool and i critted them. Borg saved them from me bringing them to brig. After that i denied them access to chaple. Even after that he STILL continued doing that, killing my chickens and tossing all of the eggs chickens made and all of it just to taunt me.
Additional Information: I probably broke a rule there by critting him, but still, it was just getting annoying and just flat out rude.
About the borg flash. Borg asked me to put him down, so he can be healed. I did not agree with that and i said that i will bring him to brig. I hoped that borg would go with me and heal the bastard in brig, but it flashed me instead and took him away while he yelled to take him away from me, so he won’t face the consequences. That happened when i was near brig, courtroom. I was really angry and my speech manners were quite foul due to the mood that guy put me in.
This is a condensed breakdown of the incidents. From what I can see, there were three different conflicts that took place.
Balter Bite (Debtor) enters the chapel and picks up an egg and throws it at Maurice Apate (Chaplin).
Balter starts to attack and kill chickens.
Maurice shoves and then attacks Balter. Balter chooses to keep killing chickens instead.
Balter is put into critical condition. Balter is dragged out of the chapel.
A borg treats Balter. Balter is taken to medbay.
Maurice informs the station over public radio about the incident.
After reviewing the logs and receiving input from the staff team, I had determined that the above incidents are a violation of rules 1.3, 3.5, 7.5, and 8. As far as I can tell, there was no IC reason that justified this behavior. It comes off as harassment and is very LRP. Rule 3.5 specifically references gimmick roles, such as the debtor.
Gimmick roles exist to enable roleplaying opportunities and are expected to act out their assigned roles in good faith. Examples for various Gimmick roles follow:
Debtors are “homeless” conspiracy theorists that think NT is out to get them. Do not remove your hat. This role does not have a pass to grief or otherwise violate any rules.