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Dante Silverfire

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Re: Punishments in cases of harassment
« Topic Start: July 29, 2013, 09:59:05 PM »
I just dont get this...
I would somehow understand that people want harder punishments, if in this particular case, "guilty" part would laugh or insult magistrates or continue harassment.

If someone makes a mistake, admits it, apologizes and never does it again... + all this hazzle around the issue.

What diffrence you think harder punishment would do? Now THIS hunting is starting to smell like OOC harassment...

I don't know any of the details of this case, so if you're accusing me of such, it is misplaced. I am simply commenting on the fact that for a while now I have felt that the lack of harsh punishments is undermining the Social Contract and IR's.

So, I'm giving my recommendations on "in general" as it seems that this question is worded.
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