Agatha A.W. Knebelspiess
Enforcement Action Taken
For context, we were at briefing. It was a hangar brief so it was naturally less disciplined (if that can be said at all) than a normal brief.
Bob Vancleave asked me to show my war face so I stared at him at least 19 times, spread out over a period of time to where I thought I was safe from spam rules in the moment. I was then bwoinked to stop spamming by Segrain, which was absolutely not my intention. I said ‘okay’, because I just thought it’d be funny to stare blankly at Bob for extended periods of time in response for him asking me to show him my warface. I was then noted for flooding briefing using emotes, which was, again, not my intention.
Practically just after I was noted, Bob Vancleave, Jutt ‘MassCas’ Shank, Jordan ‘Rock’ Ironside, and Morgan A.W. Horrigan all repeatedly beat against the hangar cargo container and were seemingly (at least, to my knowledge) not punished unlike I was, despite objectively creating a far, far larger amount of spam.
I was, at the most basic level, trying to create a humorous moment and I got noted by Segrain with seemingly no afterthought. Other people objectively created a worse disruption, visually and audibly. My “flooding of briefing” created, at most, 3-4 lines of text thanks to the fact that it doesn’t repeat the same line of text over and over but instead adds another to the counter besides it.
I have nothing against Segrain, I do not believe he was acting in bad faith, I believe he simply overreacted without seeking any context before bwoinking and noting me. I just want this note off my record. I’ve stared repeatedly at things before and never gotten noted for it, not even warned, and I’m worried that if I utilize emotes to create further moments of humor, I will be banned thanks to this note’s presence on my track record.
What I actually did:
The container banging, for comparison:
I also included the exact round ID, and I can provide video evidence, which I’ve pulled these screencaps from, for this whole encounter to prove that I’m telling the truth, which hopefully won’t be neccesary.