Their BYOND username: @Calloway Their character name: Thomas Calloway Your BYOND username: Flying_loulou Your character name: Marine Blanchet Date, time, and game ID of incident: 27 December 2019, between 02:45 and 06:00 AM, UTC (roughly). Game ID: b4U-avar Several other rounds. Who else can vouch for the situation: @Ozwell , @Hephasto , many others. What happened: So, to start with I would like to say that I would usually solve this more ICly than OOCly. Yet I did not play command recently, and the CO was too busy to handle it during this particular round. Yet, this is a recurrent issue, and the play himself asked for a player complaint, so he could get a hard answer. He also stated that he will keep playing his SCGR this way unless told to do it differently via this complaint, or by a member of the staff. Basically, Calloway plays a very, very hands on SCGR. What's bad in that, will you ask ? well my issue is that he's not really playing as an advisor, but instead, playing nearly as an executive officer (or BO, eventually), actually trying to manage and delegate. Which is, in my opinion, nothis its job. This behavior is getting painfull for command staff to deal with, hence my remarks on discord, and this complaint. I sadly didn't keep logs the other times I saw him act this way, but it's pretty much every single round. Evidence that shows the incident fully (logs, screenshots, recordings, etc.)[/b]: The full logs from his point of view (which he provided) are attached. (Note that we had a CMO awake and active, and that medical has been aware and preping for at least 20 minutes) I take that as being quite bossy for an advisor. Again, I feel that would be more something a bridge officer/XO/CO would say Here he's just straight ordering security, which is clearly not his job. There are many other examples of him playing as a command staff rather than a SCGR during this round, and most of the other rounds he played, even though I don't think it's any usefull to stockpile these evidences. Spoiler: Discord discussion Note that he agreed that I use our private discussion in this complaint.