I am stating I am not, and that I would treat any other member the same way.
I don't know how to disprove this. If you can think of a way, I'm all ears.
You could I dunno, maybe ask your player base if they think Kyou should be banned considering all the shit he's pulled over the years and the ban violations he's already by your words had. After all if staff is still here to facilitate RP and the Players maybe you should ask them their opinion on BG's most popular offender of anything and everything.
Please see earlier: we dont do popularity contests.
Almost every single one of us would have been gone if all we needed was to get a handful of people to say the right thing.
If you want to play by this, then I need to ban about 18 people right the fuck now.
We don't do popularity contests is a cop out and a bullshit excuse especially because its not one.
He is banned from Chat, He's violated that ban. He's on a 7 day Ban for some other shit. You're not going to enforce your own rules and you're not going to askt he site what they want. What good are you exactly?
Post by Consequence on Jan 31, 2017 15:51:45 GMT -5
I've been completely transparent about what was done. Kyousuke violated his chat ban and Salmon issued a 7 day temporary site ban.
He is not going to be permanently banned for this.
Permanent ban is not a fair punishment for violating a chat ban.
I determine what justifies a permanent ban, and this is not that.
Salmon enforced the rules by banning him for 7 days.
That's all the further the rules require enforcing at this time.
You make a thread about transparency under this pretense of better communication and then immediately drop it to crusade to ban Kyousuke. If you're not going to be honest with your intentions what good are you exactly?
After much consideration, he has elected to step down from his position as Site Owner and as a member of our staff, and get back to simply enjoying the ride as a writer and as a player. So, to cut right to the chase I will be accepting the role effective immediately.
Now we're talking, Eaon. I can respect this, this is you speaking your mind and making your opinion clear and powerful.
I also have an answer: His job is to make the unpopular decisions because, time and time again, they prove to be the best for Bleach Gotei.
Add Skills into the system in 2011, activity rises sharply. Centralize Bleach Gotei under a single leader in late 2012, activity rises sharply. Nix heavy mechanics in early 2015, activity rises sharply.
All unpopular decisions opposed by a wide majority. Each time, it made Bleach Gotei better.
Why go through the stress of running the site, when you have your girlfriend running things internally and you have the current owner in your pocket.
Holy shit are we approaching "Tova has mind control powers" levels of insanity again? Have I traveled back to December 2011?
I hope so.
See, Marco, I'm not sure if you've figured this out yet: That's still running the site.
The "stress" comes from making the decisions, not the effortless day-to-day drudgery.
You're proposing that I aimed to escape stress by...whittling it down to the stressful parts?
No, no, the reason I'm here having an absolute blast is just because I know what it's like to be Tony. I've seen this dance played a million times and by people far, far better at it. We all know how it ends, we know Bleach Gotei will spin on, and things will continue to grow and thrive as they always have for the past six years.
At times, I felt alone in all of that. I won't let Tokiyo feel the same.
Seireitei is crumbling and the Gotei is a shell of its former self. Ravaged by the plague, the surviving Shinigami struggle to maintain the balance, but with so few of them left, the work is taxing and their fortress-city has fallen to neglect. Spread thin across all fronts, their diminished presence has been noted by friend and foe alike.
The Arrancar have rebuilt Las Noches and are rallying. The throne remains empty, but self-styled Espada have risen up from among them and are vying for control, each one endlessly testing the others’ weaknesses. Too evenly matched for any one of them to claim the crown, they bide their time, waiting for the opportune moment.
On Earth, all seems well—but there is a war being fought in the shadows as the mortals find themselves lacking the protection they once had and so sorely need. The Quincy, having realized the oppressive specter of the Shinigami is no more, are flourishing, and are fighting the Hollow-breeds with renewed vigor.