Ron Gaman

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Ron Gaman was a short-lived character. He annoyed generally everyone, which is a task in itself, and managed to get himself kicked out of not one, not two, but all three empires. Instead of following procedure, he immediately started trying to boss around the admin and older players. NOT a good idea. Really. He quickly ‘twinked out’ in the Federation and moved to the Klingons. They were not impressed with him either and he was quickly vaporised. He then went to the Romulans. After bothering people there, he finally managed to get approved for RP. He broke his RPloc twice in 24 hours (that must be a record in and of itself) and insulted the Romulan Head admin (S’Kerus), H’Daen, Aidoann and various other people. As a result, S’Kerus banned him from the empire and he quickly promised ‘he’d change’ (something he’d been promising each time he got killed/banned). This is probably a record of some sort, since he was only IC approved for 24 hours and did not even RP once.

His ‘favorite’ scheme after getting kicked out is/was to connect and pretend he had no idea who ‘Ron’ is/was. Below are some snippets from his time on TOS. He was Ron, then as a Klingon he was Ralan, and finally he was Rihhan, the Romulan. Also, he tried to be ‘Malcom’, but he never got the registration email for that name.

Logs of his antics have been preserved on the TOS Moments site.

Administrator's Note: This character has officially been banned -- an action that in itself hasn't happened in at least a couple of years. What makes this even more amusing is the fact that he has managed to circumvent the sitelock on several occasions (those of you who realize how this works will know that isn't very difficult, honestly), but he keeps returning with the note that 'he'll change', and his recreated characters are nearly instantaneously corpsed and newpassed. As far as I know he's tried this twice in the RSE thus far, I expect he'll attempt the UFP again before too long.