Permabrigging for Repeat Offenders

The rules give “repeat offenders” as an example of where permabrigging is justifiable. The severity of the offense should be considered when determining the actual number to use, but it is almost always acceptable to permabrig someone the 3rd time they’re arrested and are brigged, regardless of how minor the first 2 briggings were.

An offense that occurs while brigged can be considered a “repeat offense” for the purposes of determining if permabrigging is appropriate. Therefore, if someone repeatedly damages their cell or repeatedly tries to escape while brigged, they can be permabrigged.


This clarification is written exclusively for LRP. Space Law applies on MRP and should be referenced instead.