BYOND KEY: Quacky_J IC NAME: Darryl Drayton PICK THREE THREE DIGIT NUMBERS THAT YOU LIKE (EXAMPLE: 079, 009, 356): 080, 888, 022 HAVE YOU EVER USED A DIFFERENT BYOND KEY ON ONE OF OUR SERVERS, AND IF SO, WHAT WAS IT AND WHY DID YOU CHANGE IT? - (THIS QUESTION ADDED BY HATTRICK): Never have. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN BANNED FROM OUR SERVER? EXPLAIN: Once: I think I "pushed someone out of an airlock" during last 5 minutes of the round. I think it was a mistake though? Can't really remember exactly what went wrong. It was issued and resolved by FlavoredCactus if you have questions. HOW LONG HAVE YOU PLAYED SS13?: A little over a year now. EDIT: Jan 05 2014 (Recently found out when BYOND account was made, played as guest like twice beforehand.) WHAT DOES HAVING AUTHORITY MEAN TO YOU?: Having the power to give orders/enforce obedience toward people. Though I don't think security should have too much "authority" over specific people. Putting on a red jumpsuit and strapping a taser/stunbaton to yourself does not make you a better person than anybody. Security should act more as a friend to the crew and like they're trying to help (because they are supposed to be helping) instead of trying to be the crew's enemy. HOW OFTEN DO YOU PLAY SECURITY?: Probably 30% of the time I play. I usually play at least one or two rounds of security when I play space station. ON A SCALE OF ONE TO TEN HOW WOULD YOU RATE YOURSELF WHEN YOU ARE PLAYING A NORMAL SECURITY OFFICER? EXPLAIN: I suppose a 6 (though I realize that's what everyone seems to rate themselves), because I like to communicate and have teamwork between my fellow member of security, I believe everyone should have a chance to give their feedback/ideas on a situation. I believe security is much harder to play if you have no team, or a team that does not communicate (basically the same thing). Weakness: I am sort of a push-over when it comes to security and I don't like to take time from someone who's just trying to have a good time on the station. I have shortened sentences despite Space Law because I feel that the offense was not as extreme as the time for the crime. I don't like to brig people for small crimes, though sometimes necessary, it takes more time where you could be doing bigger things and helping with bigger crimes. I'm not a fan of telling others what to do, though I understand enforcing Space Law is the duty of security, therefore I do it as much as needed. HOW MUCH DO YOU LIKE XENOMORPHS?: Playing against them can be quite difficult but I think they're fun from both sides to deal with. The humans can think of creative ways to help exterminate xenomorphs and it can bring the crew together to help each other from the real enemy. WHAT IS THE ROLE OF SECURITY ON THE STATION?: Well to enforce Space Law. Keep the crew safe from each other, or bigger threats such as enemy corporations or biologic entities that enter the station. Anything that can potentially harm the crew or the station, security should be there to help prevent such situations. ANSWER THESE HYPOTHETICAL SITUATION AS HONESTLY AS YOU CAN ASSUMING YOU WERE PLAYING AS SECURITY, HOW YOU WOULD HANDLE IT: *You are walking down a corridor of the station when you see a clown slip someone on a banana and pull their jump suit off and laugh, how would you handle this*: First I help the victim up, then check to see if their tablet is still there, and ask if they're missing anything. If not, then it wasn't anything major, just the clown being the clown. If it turns out the clown stole anything I would have to chase the clown, stun him, and cuff him, take the stolen item and tell the victim to retrieve it at the Brig. I then must sentence the clown for petty theft and warn him not to do it again. *You are sitting in the bar having a light drink during a break when you hear someone yell about a xenomorph in the library. You run there and find an alien eating the librarian, what do you do?*: I slam that drink on the table and run straight for the library to check if it is a nest or just a xeno, I scan the area for any other potential threats while I communicate with my team and tell them my intentions. I ask for backup and in the case that I do get back up, we tactically try to scare away/fight the xenomorph to get to the librarian, and then take him to medbay. In the case that I do not get backup, I attempt to find any crew member nearby to help me, because it is foolish to go alone against a xenomorph. *You are standing in security and you see the head of security being especially rough with a prisoner in a cell, what would you do?*: I start by politely telling the Head of Security to stop, and that he should take a breather and calm down for a little, and if this works, I treat the prisoner's possible wounds and tend to them until their time is up, or if this is perma, I come back to the cell occasionally and see if the prisoner needs anything. If the HoS does not respond to the polite attempt, I stun him, cuff him, and report to any heads of his acts. I will let them decide whether he gets demoted or not. ARE YOU CURRENTLY AN ADMIN, AND IF NOT-MIGHT YOU BE INTERESTED IN ADMINSHIP IN THE FUTURE?:I am not an admin; although I could possibly be interested in the future, though not any time soon. GIVE US ONE HONEST SITUATION WHERE YOU WERE PLAYING AS SECURITY AND DID SOMETHING MEMORABLE: I haven't done anything spectacular as security, I have taken down lings, I have stopped fights between crew members, I have found traitors and stopped them, but I can not think of a big heroic story I have done as a security member. Just trying my hardest to make the station safe and keep the crew away from danger that may result in injury death, or loss of the station control. EDIT: I was playing as a normal security as the station when to total chaos due to lings. A plasma fire was spread through the station so I took action and got myself a firesuit, the HoS was a confirmed ling and I was to kill on sight. After most of the crew had perished in the flames or became victim to murders, I was one of the last crew members of a crew around 40 players. The shuttle was on its way but just as I was getting to it I encountered the traitor ling HoS. Though very difficult with pressure pushing both of us around, and lag from the burning station, I manages to stun him with my taser, and took his egun and used lethals on him. Though, he did get back up and happened to have another egun because he was the HoS I still made him quite weak with severe burns. Though I did die and technically did not succeed in stopping the antagonist I believe this to be a very heroic act as security. The HoS eventually died on the station due to an N2O leak he was not aware of before inhaling. The RD did escape alone and completed his objectives, I failed, but I think it was an amazing round,, memorable, heroic, and overall good security. CAKE OR PIE? EXPLAIN IN AS MUCH DETAIL AS POSSIBLE: Cake, it's simply better than all pie. I am not a fan of pie, but I have always loved cake. Pie is like a wimpy wannabe cake. Cake can be designed and iced in all sorts of different ways. I've never heard of wedding pie or birthday pie. Usually on: At 3 or 4 Mountain Time (MT) on weekdays (this is usually a little after I arrive at home from school). Lengths of play vary, sometimes I play from 3-7, sometimes I play from 7-10, sometimes I play from 4-5.