It's kind of hard to give a formal introduction to what I'm about to say, but it's something that I think is a 50/50 issue in the Empire, and that this should be addressed. The problem at stake is how some members of the community go about the way they inform players of their disregarding of the rules.There are some rules on EMC that are simply an EMC-only rule that aren't "illegal" in our real world, such as posting goodbye threads or having strict auction rules. What bothers me is that there are some players (no names mentioned) that take the initiative to make someone realize that they've done something wrong. For instance, say a new player starts an illegal auction, then they immediately get pounced on by other players who tell them what they did wrong. Some even go as far as to copy and paste the information of what they should have done in place of what they did. I see this as a really rude thing to do, its an informal gesture of slapping someone in the face and then trying to correct it simultaneously.I can find only 3 motives for this happening:-The accusing player wants to become mod.-They've had a rough day (understandable).-They just enjoy creating problems for other people.I know I'll get criticism, just like every other suggestion thread I've posted. But really, there are two EMC's: Those who have a strict mind, and those who have an open mind, and that's just not good as a community. I think that what needs to happen is that players shouldn't be allowed to criticize other players of what they've done unless its a major rule break, we have enough moderators to take care of everything else. These little things have become very annoying in the past, and I just think that EMC is turning into a hostile and unfriendly environment, because new players will make mistakes and are allowed to (unless there's something the majority of us don't know about). I myself have never criticized anyone/informed them of a wrongdoing on a goodbye thread or an auction thread unless the format is really screwed up, because I prefer to listen and then take action, not take action then listen. The mods' job is to take action, not the players'.Please hear this EMC, and respectfully comment your thoughts.