"Looking good, so everyone, it's time to start talking a little more about the school itself. I'll be tweaking the main post to add the OOC thread, and a few IC threads will be open in a while (I might lock them until I am ready to actually start, but the base threads will exist)."
"So, here's the first few things relating to the school's layout. First and foremost, there are three 'branches' of the school 'dormitories'. The A-Level Wing houses students who have been determined (based on powers and psychological profile) to be low threats. Each individual has a semi-furnished room (bed, footlocker, desk, and a reasonable amount of room) and there is a comfortable (though not overly so) and large Commons area catering to the entire A-Level Wing. This area has minimal security, and students from the other levels are allowed in only with an escort (an enforcer, who might be assigned to more than one student if they are in the same area)."
"The B-Level Wing is more secure, with rooms that can be more easily locked down, and some students forced to share rooms (characters attributed to B-Level can ask to either be placed in the 'barracks', a 'bunk' room, or a 'single' room; if you wish to share a 'bunk' room, talk to other players if you feel you might wish to share a bunk). The B-Level Wing also has a Commons area, which is accessible by A-Level students freely."
"Finally, the C-Level Wing has no Commons area, and is highly secure. C-Level students are expected to be watched by an enforcer (even if not being personally escorted) at all times, except in their own room or cell. C-Level students have precautions placed in their room, customized to their particular abilities, and may be placed in unfurnished 'cells'. C-Students in Cells are considered 'Cellers', a term used by enforcers and students to note the most dangerous students in the school. Some students are placed in cells due to psychoses, some are there because of the high danger level posed by their powers, and the most dangerous students are often rarely allowed out of their cells (these characters will probably be used only as villains or threats in special story arcs, as they might not be much fun to play on a 'daily' basis)."
"You may create a thread specifically for your room, especially if you bunk with another player, or need privacy for a 'scene'. Players should really refrain from peeking into 'private' areas, unless they ask permission, and even then, keeping it to a minimum to avoid metagaming."
"A few notes on sexual relations. Students of different levels (especially C-Level students), will find privacy to be difficult. A-Level students can easily intermingle, and are generally capable of getting into B-Level rooms without much issue (B-Level students visiting A-Level rooms is almost unheard of unless they bunk and desire more privacy). C-Level students usually have to find ways to get rid of their escorts, or possibly bring an A-Level or B-Level student to the C-Level Wing and simply try to be clever, quick, and/or quiet. However, most C-Level students will find a way (if anyone really wants to pursue a relationship with a C-Level student, just PM me if you can't think of a good way to get some privacy, I will RP one in).
"Teachers can have whatever relations they want, and Teacher-Student relations are frowned on, but since Teachers have a great deal of autonomy, and can simply order enforcers away, no one can really say anything about them. Mr. Kelly (during his rare visits) is really the only person who will crack down on Teacher-Student relations, (or really any relations) and most of the time, teachers and students just avoid public displays of affection around him in general."
"Enforcers are usually very militaristic, and generally wear heavy armor and masks, and are rarely sexualized. Some even seem to be blanked out. Besides actual enforcer characters, I will run generic NPC enforcers all over the place, if I'm not actively involved in a scene, you can ask permission to play out a few actions from an enforcer for the sake of your story, and I will give you a few guidelines. Generally, I'll allow it, as long as you don't get ridiculous about it."
"Players should not, however, imply control of the actions of teachers or the headmaster. If you need a 'school' excuse or 'prop', use vague terms like 'I have homework', not 'I have an essay due for <so-and-so teacher>'... Also, don't name teachers and such unless you are talking about known characters, or an established teaching 'NPC'. This way players who want to make teachers won't be shoe-horned in the attempt."