Everything written in our Build 41 FAQ posted 12/19/2021 still stands—Gateway Roleplay's applications will not be opening up again until What We Become Part II: What Remains concludes. Notes have been added to the FAQ to clarify this.
We are still deep in the development stage of our next lore and need more time to make it as great as we possibly can for you all. We also don't want to cut short a lore that's been running for nearly a year and a half for the few players that have stuck it out with us.
We're expecting to be finished with What We Become Part II: What Remains sometime in March, but that's not a hard date. It may be earlier, it may be later. So, stay tuned for the announcement on our next lore! If you join our Discord, you'll be notified as soon as our announcement drops.
We're also looking for new admins! If you're interested in joining the team, don't hesitate to send in an application here. All new admins will be added to the team once our current lore has concluded.
Thanks for your understanding!!
» If multiple admins are online, the final ruling will be made by the highest ranking admin. (i.e. senior staff)
» However, a member of the senior staff has the right to overrule any ruling made by a lower-ranking admin for any number of reasons, including but not limited to suspicion of personal bias, a disagreement on the decision, etc.
» If there is a dispute between a player and an admin character, another admin may be requested to mediate the situation. If there are no other admins available, the admin character will make the decision and a ticket may be submitted via the forums appeal, if the player wishes to do so.
» A decision will not be overturned solely because the player is not happy with it.
» In short, do not PM an admin either over the forums or Discord asking to have your ticket reviewed, to discuss the issue officially, or to complain about another admin’s decision.
» Additionally, admins will be required to have a ticket submitted by the player before discussing any disputes in the admin chat.
» This includes voice chat channels on Discord if out-of-character slander is overheard by an admin.
» Players are free to speak their minds as they choose in private, but if it regards another player in the server and comes to the attention of an admin, it will be considered on-server and said player will be punished accordingly.
» Ultimately, the decision on what constitutes out-of-character slander is up to the admins’ discretions.