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I think the argument of a metaplot is a bit ridiculous. The only meta-plot really is the Kuvexian War, with things like the Senate reflecting entirely in non-plot threads via the communication hub and personal JPs.The problem is this meeting isn't just part of this plot but a larger metaplot. I am starting to think meetings like this shouldn't be under a GM's purview but a neutral third party. This way someone can't use their GM status to retcon something in the Premier election metaplot.
It's also concerning that Sachiko claims to KNOW that she's going to win the election. How can she have this knowledge?
Another thing I would like to mention is moderator power being used to lock an RP thread. If that is acceptable then all GMs should have this power. Or some rules for legitimate use of thread locking powers should be put in place.
I think you have the situation misunderstood sir.@ArsenicJohn that's not really correct, there were OOC reasons as to why Ira was not supposed to notice the SAINT -yet-. It was not as if he was not allowed to ever notice them, and it was agreed upon in OOC. That constitutes a violation of trust. You can't tell me that that is 'okay' to do. Ame doesn't own SAINT and for all you know she might have stipulations she has to follow. There are other things just called -respect- to consider as well. Ame didn't control Ira's character or hamper them form RPing, just a "don't notice them -yet-." that's it. How can anyone be of the notion that it's something that should be ignored?
Also incase you haven't notice Dream World is not an election plot, it's a place for Iroma related political RP., and those associated with the Iroma. This has no real impact on YSE elections, rather the elections have an impact on this.