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Spending all someone's TC



Before I questioned myself doing this but here I ask it officially

Lets say your a seccie for 1 and a passenger for 2 

Scenario A    Player 1 and 2 both find a pda in maints with some TC on it unlocked, both players spend the TC and pocket the things,  is this allowed?

Scenario B    player 1 arrests someome with an open PDA and TC   player 2 is in sec and picks up confiscated PDA and buys things and runs away,   is this wrong for either 1 or 2 if so who is the most in the wrong 

Scenario C   player 1 takes dead person too med, searches them checks pda and is open but the player whos pda it was is ssd.   player 1 spends tc keeps the stuff. Player 2 sees player 1 with a syndi soap ( any t item )  and Radio's  'timmy dipshit the seccie is a syndi in disguise'       allbeit stupid scenario is player 1 the seccie wrong to do this?


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Security and command cannot use contraband outside of extreme emergencies, like nukies. Uplinks are contraband, so are many of the items found in them. Other non-antag players do not have this restriction on the use of contraband.

The use of contraband generally allows others to treat someone as a confirmed antagonists and a dangerous threat. Non-antagonists who use contraband are still subject to all rules including self antagging and escalation. A non-antagonist in a blood red with an esword must still escalate conflicts in the same way as if they had no contraband, but others may choose to see them as a dangerous threat and immediately escalate to lethal force. While the non-antag with contraband would be allow to defend themselves in this situation, they'd still be responsible for getting medical attention for anyone that they crit, would not be allowed to attack security to "defend" themselves from an arrest, and attempting to bait people to attack them so that they can kill them would likely be considered self antagging.

Interfering in an arrest is generally considered self antagging. Security can choose to treat anyone who physically interferes in an arrest as having committed the crime that the person who was being arrested was suspected of, even if they weren't aware of the crime. Minor theft is generally not considered self antagging, but may be depending on other actions taken during the round. Stealing an ID is more severe than minor theft. Self antagging has a stricter standard for members of security and command.


This answer applies to LRP.

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