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  1. That's understandable, but again I'm not asking at a gameplay standpoint, I'm wondering about in-character roleplaying reasons, and whether or not it would be generally acceptable...
  2. Oh, I'm not asking about Chef's asking for corpses, I'm talking about the Medical staff refusing to give up said corpses. A lot of the time I've seen Chefs or Chaplains come in just straight up asking for dead bodies and I wanted to know opinions on whether or not it's acceptable to refuse giving up the bodies due to, again, an in character moral compass. Like if the character in question is uncomfortable with cannibalism and thus refuses to give up the corpses because that's what it's going to be inevitably used for. I've had run-ins with players who have been rather insistent with their "need" for meat for the kitchen when they could very easily just go bother cargo for a cow, even going as far as to push past the medical doors or just straight up take any bodies they see lying around, even if it's not apparent that body has been cloned yet. (i.e. Someone just left the body in the medical lobby to be cloned.) I primarily wish to know about this in order to see what the appropriate response would be in character as medical in this situation.
  3. Personally I know of a couple of people (including myself) who take RP on the main server (Lizard US) a little more seriously than others... but that's not the main focus, I wanted to know the general opinion about medical refusing the give up corpses as sort of like an In-Character moral compass. I've seen both sides of the spectrum, but primarily I see it as a bit weird that most people take the chef or chaplain dragging off a corpse for various uses as something that's just normal. Especially with cannibalism implied, but on the other side of the spectrum I can see how it could possibly inhibit the gameplay of these other jobs... so I'm at an impasse. On one hand, I feel as if it more accurately expresses the character I play on station, but I also don't want to ruin other's fun because of one silly quirk in my character, on a server where RP isn't quite as important.
  4. In-game Username: Viri Discord username: Viri#8296 Characters you play: Viridian Wolfhart How long have you been playing SS13 or SS14? I've been playing SS14 for about 6 months now, off and on, admittedly not as often as I'd like. I've played SS13 for several years, occasionally with friends or by myself across a variety of different types of servers. (No RP to HRP) How many hours are you available per day: It depends on a day to day basis, however I will most likely be available at most points of the day unless otherwise specified. Days you are available on: Most days, like stated above, unless I've otherwise specified, my schedule will be mostly clear due to my non-intensive job. Prior administration experience (SS13 experience recommended). Please also post a way for us to verify this: I have no experience administrating for SS13, but I would like to learn. Have you been banned from our game servers or SS13 servers before? I have not been banned from any Space Station server before. This is the more essay-y part of the application, you should answer the following questions in detail, so we can get a better idea of how you'd approach adminning. What role do you think game admins serve on our servers? The Admins serve several roles on the server, not just one. They serve not only to keep the players in check but also to make the experience enjoyable for everyone in a way that's not intrusive. Admins are the glue that holds the server together and yet... they are also so much more, Admins can take a mundane shift and spruce it up in just the tiniest way to make it just a little bit more interesting, even if it's something as small as handing the musician a super synth. The bond that a community has with it's staff members is a bond that should be strengthened, and grown upon, as it makes the overall experience more fun and enjoyable for all parties involved, a friendly staff team invites friendly players to join in on that fun that everyone else seems to be having. How do you feel about the current roleplay status on the server? I feel as if the roleplay isn't taking quite as seriously as I would personally enjoy. However, that does not cause me to dislike the server, there are times in which it truly shines through and the daily antics of the player base are often very silly and charming. There are a few bad apples here and there, but that isn't enough to tarnish the reputation of the server as a whole, people are allowed to have fun freely, and it shows. Why do you want to become an administrator for SS14? I want to become an administrator for SS14 because I enjoy it's community. It has bumps here and there, and I'm definitely not the most active person on the server, but I've been here for a decent amount of time. Because of that, I've seen with my own eyes how this game has grown from a simple tech-build to a full on gameplay loop, and I've seen the community grow alongside it... I want to be a part of that growth, I want to help the game to be better, in anyway I can. I cannot fully promise that I will be the most helpful or active moderator but, I can promise that while I'm around I'll try my very best to make the community a better place, for everybody.
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