Apologies, it wasn't intended to be, though text makes hard to tell the tone of someone's mood, I wasn't trying to be aggressive or rude, I was just trying to explain what happened and you can contact me anytime if you need to hear something from me. I'll admit that saying you didn't need to post on this thread was out of line, it's a public thread where anyone can give me feedback to improve my security play. I was not mad or frustrated at you, this forum, or the game when I wrote that. I was completely calm and though I may have seemed to be rude I did not mean it. I was just trying to get my point across and clearly I vocalized it wrong. Those weren't my intentions, sincerely. And I feel I usually am polite, if you ever had time or anything I'd greatly appreciate if you could point out when something seems rude. I try my best to be polite, and I don't ever get mad at the game or anything so I don't know why I would get impolite, but thanks for pointing that out, I'll work on that. 1. I didn't Perma him because I felt he had just as much right as any other crew member did to be free, he was trying to defend the station like everyone else (I didn't fully realize nuke ops was confirmed when we first caught him with the stetchkin.) 2. I'm almost certain I did confiscate the gun, before I even decided to release him. Though he may have gotten it back later or found another (Most crew had all access from the HoP.) 3. I didn't brig him in a normal cell because I felt I should have been helping out with defending station from the real threat: the nuke ops. 4. I couldn't find him and I couldn't waste my time on assistants when there were syndicate agents raiding the bridge and posing a threat to the station. And I know, I feel that I usually do communicate though, I was just giving an example to that round. Every time I start the round I speak into the security channel asking what the situation is and what I can do to help (though I seldom get any replies at all). I also ask for locations over general radio chat when someone asks for help and tell my fellow security officers when I go to check out a scene, or when I detain someone. I ask fellow security officers why someone was detained, and I try my best to keep updated on what's going on by speaking to my fellow security officers. The main times I can think of when I haven't replied are when A. I am braindead (doesn't happen that often as security.) or B. Telecomms is down and I cannot find other security members, or a handheld. I usually try my best to team up with other security officers because it's a more efficient way of doing the job. The other officers are 9/10 there to help and assist when they can. I try to back up officers in need when I'm not busy and I occasionally help officers escort prisoners. And that's fine. Thanks for the feedback and I hope later on I might be able to change your mind. All in all, thanks for reading the post and thank you for all your feedback and how much you've done for me and my experience in this game.