I like the thought of the stop light system. It offers an aid to communication, one that permits us to give a signal about of comfort level, and more what we want to do, without being to find words for it. Verbal processing problems friendly. I can easily see how it's useful for one on one rp. Red as a minimal word processing way to say like... "I'm not comfortable about something in the way this is going, and can't/don't want to keep playing this out, please meet me in ooc to talk," yellow as more of a "tone things down please, I'm experiencing some difficulty, and ask ooc clarification if you're not sure what." A signal check is easier for me to imagine using than managing to create a comprehensive list of stuff that's difficult or untenable for me to rp. I know some of us cannot keep consciously in mind the lists of stuff people want spoilered. It will help a good number of us, for sure, but there's something more versatile in live communication... And more healthy in establishing the norm of checking for signals and respecting them. My asking for rough lists is more to get a headcount of what things are unplayable for most of us, what are for some of us, to reference in guidelines of like, "generally speaking, unless you know the other party is cool with this, please don't initiate stuff on X topic to Y level of detail." Sex, gore, and violence seem to be the big ones there. CT, I'd like to move this conversation path to somewhere else, or put it on hold for the time being. It's difficult for me and not super relevant to the purpose of this thread. The other thread, PM, discord chat, whichever.