I appreciate this being admitted, I like the clarity. I also admit, of course in cases you consider ultimately taboo in the nature of DayZRP you may wish to remove the Accusee due to the outright upheaval of the civil rulings you have. Nor am I accusing any of your staff being of discriminating against the applicability of peaceful resolutions or exploiting the loose set of rules available. As from what I can see in most cases in my opinion, after a period of time people do forget their "salt" and eventually come to a peaceful resolution. I feel as though instead of our current system, tension should naturally diminish with the exacerbation of staff discussing and promoting the idea of a peaceful resolution rather than leaving the situation at a "be all and end all" when they post their final verdicts. I would even go as far as to say I believe that the Accuser should even have the right to choose whether the accusee should be punished or not. An element from the Economist's "free market" has a liberalizing element in what I'm trying trying to explain.
@OskuRP No and yes. You see, I like pushing the boundaries. Yet in my external roleplay with most bandit groups, I always remain lawful, I stick behind the community rules, sitting behind the hours of mindless, boring trashy robberies one after the other; I never complain since the RP is generally just barely passable to meet the requirements of the community, so normally I'm the one just handing over my guns just to make it quick; From when I last played at least a week or so ago. Don't think much has changed since then.
So I like to mix things up! I like to push people I internally RP with and show its okay to go beyond the rules because its liberating. To clarify, I don't mean abusing the rules for the sake of abusing rules but to go beyond the rules in the sake of Roleplay. Some examples I can include is the sexual abuse I performed in rp months ago which definitely went to the limits of the rules here, while people were uncomfortable (which was the point), nobody could tell me my roleplay was bad because I performed the role well. Since me and the other party had agreed to it in the first place, other than the forum drama it was absolutely fine. Another example is the countless times I've killed other roleplayers for the RP in the same way that they have killed me. No reports or salt, we had simply just roleplayed the death out as if it was normal in the most mature manner possible.
Honestly, I understand the ambiguity of the rules and I appreciate that. I just want to know how far I can go with them before I start my next character. I'm worried with your current staff, the next time I "push the boundaries" I could get banned for it, potentially permanently.