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  1. Chen's Interview: https://pastebin.com/1aaA1DA2
  2. TO: Decanus, Warden, NSS Aurora FROM: CCIAAMS, NTCC Odin SUBJECT: RE: Incident Report -------------------- BODY: The investigation of this incident has concluded, with no action taken owing to lack of supporting testimony and actions taken by command during the shift in question. This matter will now be considered resolved. -------------------- DTG: 10-13:30-TAU CETI STANDARD-2-2462 SIGN: NBranagan
  3. I fully support the revert, if only for the sake of the HUD sunglasses. I'd also ask if the MediHUD item could be reverted, as well.
  4. TO: Decanus, Warden, NSS Aurora FROM: CCIAAMS, NTCC Odin SUBJECT: RE: Incident Report -------------------- BODY: This is an automated message to inform you that an investigation has now been opened regarding your incident report, and assigned to Nadine Branagan (Contextual). You may be contacted by the CCIAA for an interview, or you may contact them directly if you have any questions. -------------------- DTG: 20-14:15-TAU CETI STANDARD-01-2462 SIGN: CCIAAMS
  5. I was previously informed by Drwago that it would be possible for coding to be done on the backend to enable this. Has that sentiment changed?
  6. Byond key: Contextual Discord key: Contextual#5360 Character Name: Pennant Item name: robotic intelligence circuit (PENN-2681) [sic] Item function(s): Functions as a standard roundstart RIC, acting as Pennant's brain in the same way the current randomized ones do. Item description: Default description. ("The pinnacle of artificial intelligence which can be achieved using classical computer science.") Why is your character bringing this item to work?: Because he's a relatively simple software program, able to be (and therefore preferentially, per cost savings) run on simple circuitry as opposed to full-blown positronics. How did your character obtain this item: These are some really awkward questions for this 'item' in particular. He obtained it by being downloaded and installed onto it. If someone is seeing it, it's probably because Pennant's been a bad egg that round. What value does this item have to your character, and what story does it tell?: Ultimately the value of this item boils down to providing a greater level of consistency for the character, and enables the character to be identifiable even when reduced to its lowest state. A recurring issue with RIC's as they are now, is that the name of the 'voice' assigned to the brain is entirely randomized and indistinct, which leads to a rather unrealistic level of difficulty in actually identifying the chip, even when it's speaking. This item would allow the board to be clearly stamped, designated, and identifiable as belonging to/having belonged to Pennant, at a glance, and when it speaks. Sprites: N/A; Default Sprite Additional Comments: Alongside the name change of the item, the name of the 'brain' inside the board would also need to be changed to the same designation (PENN-2681), so that the disembodied voice is not randomized and matches the markings on the board.
  7. TO: Upali'Eli Lesri, Lab Assistant, NSS Aurora FROM: AMS, CCIAAMS, NTCC Odin SUBJECT: RE: Incident Report -------------------- BODY: This is an automated message to inform you that your incident report has been received and placed in a queue for the CCIA Division to review. If necessary, you will be contacted by a CCIA Agent when an investigation begins. -------------------- DTG: 10-09:50-TAU CETI STANDARD-1-2462 SIGN: CCIAAMS
  8. You are forgetting the 4th reason: A complete lack of the infrastructural roles in the department. I have let some ridiculous things slide in my time playing security with little more than a slap on the wrist and a firm warning, simply because we lacked a warden or head of security to actually handle the processing and brig monitoring. Having to do those things as an officer is incredibly taxing, in much the same way performing EMS as a surgeon is--you have things you need to be getting done, elsewhere, and you're instead stuck doing someone else's job. Or worse: You slap a heavy charge on the guy so that you have to deal with releasing the guy later rather than sooner, and then dump them in a cell and ditch them for the rest of the round. I cannot quantify how much I despise this practice of throwing away the key, and with it completely screwing another player with isolation. On the other hand, not having forensics is even more crippling. Take for instance your example of having the blood, the wound, the weapon--all of the evidence you need to make the case. A forensics wet dream--but you don't have the CSI to come down, swab the blood, dust the weapon, and then produce the concrete evidence needed to easily close the case. Instead, all you have is mystery blood, a mystery weapon, and no witnesses except for the accused and accuser. And, of course, no warrant, because you don't have a warden, you don't have a commander, and you don't actually have meaningful evidence because it can't be cataloged. But with antagonists, you have actively hostile entities that are committing crimes out in the open, with witnesses, most important of which being the officers themselves (See: Station Regulations, Directives). This means that the officers don't need warrants, don't need investigations, and don't need command permission to go and do their jobs. A good comparison to another department would be to have a medical bay with no surgeons. They can respond, they can patch and mend, but broken bones will be broken forever because the personnel required just aren't there.
  9. I mean it's either a kiss or a very sad murder scene
  10. TO: Khas'miera Al-Rahan, Bartender, NSS Aurora FROM: CCIAAMS, NTCC Odin SUBJECT: RE: Incident Report -------------------- BODY: The investigation of this incident has concluded, and appropriate action has been taken for affected individuals. This matter will now be considered resolved. -------------------- DTG: 30-23:55-TAU CETI STANDARD-12-2461 SIGN: Nadine Branagan
  11. TO: Vance Khan, Head of Security, NSS Aurora FROM: CCIAAMS, NTCC Odin SUBJECT: RE: Incident Report -------------------- BODY: The investigation of this incident has concluded, and appropriate action has been taken for affected individuals. This matter will now be considered resolved. -------------------- DTG: 23-14:58-TAU CETI STANDARD-12-2461 SIGN: Nadine Branagan
  12. TO: Khas'miera Al-Rahan, Bartender, NSS Aurora FROM: CCIAAMS, NTCC Odin SUBJECT: RE: Incident Report -------------------- BODY: This is an automated message to inform you that an investigation has now been opened regarding your incident report, and assigned to Nadine Branagan (Contextual). You may be contacted by the CCIAA for an interview, or you may contact them directly if you have any questions. -------------------- DTG: 20-20:45-TAU CETI STANDARD-12-2461 SIGN: CCIAAMS
  13. TO: Vance Khan, Head of Security, NSS Aurora FROM: CCIAAMS, NTCC Odin SUBJECT: RE: Incident Report -------------------- BODY: This is an automated message to inform you that an investigation has now been opened regarding your incident report, and assigned to Nadine Branagan (Contextual). You may be contacted by the CCIAA for an interview, or you may contact them directly if you have any questions. -------------------- DTG: 16-19:05-TAU CETI STANDARD-12-2461 SIGN: CCIAAMS
  14. TO: Vance Khan, Head of Security, NSS Aurora FROM: AMS, CCIAAMS, NTCC Odin SUBJECT: RE: Incident Report -------------------- BODY: This is an automated message to inform you that your incident report has been received and placed in a queue for the CCIA Division to review. If necessary, you will be contacted by a CCIA Agent when an investigation begins. -------------------- DTG: 16-17:30-TAU CETI STANDARD-12-2461 SIGN: CCIAAMS
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