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Stanford prison Experiment - TB
What do you think, might it be that some of the staff is possessed of their role and take it too serious already, looking forward to rules?

Rules are a thing I guess and some must be followed.
But must they in any situation and case?

I just realized how things changed over the year, same like with the playstyle of the avarage toribashers.

Did the air got smaller between the rules and the situations and their argues.

I got into a situation, which made me think of it

I won’t share the story with you but it felt like staff has to argue their decisions, and the response of both were like the kinda felt offended and like they don’t want to help, more like they searched for a way, to not let it happen, or atleast make it look like they were givin a chance
Like it was something personal included in their decision which I can’t follow
Water Melon, Fire Melon, Earth Melon, Air Melon... The ELEMELONS!
No doubt this heavily effects toribash staff. Firstly they actually choose to give up their time to enforce rules and seize a piece of control so I believe they are far more susceptible to this effect.
The fact that staff is voluntary position means there aren't many motivations to join it, which results in some people joining for the status. Power tripping is very obvious in many situations, especially when staff and general player base disagree on something.