Those were always the most fun to do and you can make some really interesting situations to spice up someones RP with just a few people and the tools. I bet with your dedication and RP experience you come up with great ones
Takes me back to that one time me, @KennethRP and @Samti (i think) tried to do a mini event in GM but it happened to be occupied by two people doing some hardcore ERP with handcuffs and other toys...good times
Loremasters are useless pieces of shit and do nothing for the community except write long boring lore essays on the forums that no one reads. Also dynamic events can and have been done by normal actual staff members. The only reason you want to be a LM is so you can lurk around in #staffgeneral and feel important about being in the staff team of an internet roleplaying community. @Rolandshould have just stuck to his guns and kept the LM team disbanded.
Its a good thing that staff members reply to this important and divisive topic with well thought out professional answers.
Just because youre only an LM (no offence to @StagsviewRB ) doesnt mean you dont have to follow the standards of forum behaviors expected from all staff members.
Just like in real life, there are people who will fuck you over if you are weaker than them. I dont know what is so "immersion breaking" about it. Are you saying that there arent cunts in real life?
As has been said, if someone goes OOC as you claim these people constantly do, that definitely is against the rules and is a bannable offense.
I also dont know what you are trying to say with this:
I can see that youre a great writer with classic lines such as: "characters who are so morally grey they emanate FOG" but being a writer has nothing to do with the quality of roleplay people can provide. This isnt a textRP community and thats just a silly insult to throw at someone.
Hofer trying to cover his back so that his friends dont see him voting against them all the time
But seriously, in theory I dont see anything wrong with having staff sign warnings but in practice it isnt as easy as it sounds. All this "sign with only the name of first two so that someone is left to deal with the appeal and prioritize mods except when its a large amount of points" system would make it quite the logistical nightmare by itself especially with how chaotic #staffgeneral sometimes is. Then there is also the problem with verifying the signing. In verdicts there is a great and simple system to make sure the people put down as signers actually signed off on it. its easy and simple through notes and no one could put someones name as a signature without them knowing about it but with a warning you cant use the same system. The only way to confirm the signatures would be to go through discord archives to find the conversation about the reported post.