Regarding S-FM 320: ?krc
(@S-FM BFTW) has been banned for a month during the game (18 days ago) for posting several inflammatory threads on his main account about his then-recent modkill while the host had not yet decided what to do with his slot. This breaks several rules: no out of game communication, no intentional posting from your main account during an anonymous game, no personal attacks. Despite Bruno's very long history of infractions, some leniency has been applied, because the host appealed to leniency after having a civil conversation with Bruno; he had mistakenly
thought Bruno was guilty of cheating by OGCing with another player. While this does not excuse the major and intentional intentional rulebreak, we understand being wrongly accused isn't fun, so no additional punishment will be given.
Host appealing for leniency and rescinding his cheating-by-OGC accusations: https://www.sc2mafia.com/forum/showt...l=1#post912459
On another note, let it be known that further serious FM-related offenses (severe personal attacks, intentional OGC, etc.) from Bruno will result in a permanent game ban. We hope we won't need to get there (and in theory, we shouldn't need to), but after seeing multiple people reasonably take issue with his behavior in multiple games, seeing how he intentionally broke the rules even after S-FM 313: Mushroom Kingdom II (see the verdict related to that game), and considering his infraction history, this seems only appropriate to prevent repeated rulebreaking that would be detrimental to games.
We'd also like to reminder to all players that games are meant to be fun. Before posting something toxic, think about this. Toxicity doesn't make things fun for anyone, and can only hurt the game and its players, not help. This is not an attack, nor is it targeted at anyone. It's normal to get a bit more heated and to have less fun in games with a bad climate. That's why we should all try to defuse such situations during games, and obviously avoid causing them. If everyone played nice, infractions would be extremely rare, and that's what we want.