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A gestalt who commits a crime will be disallowed any splitting or merging with any new nymphs, with loss of citizenship and deportation if they do.
 
A gestalt who commits a crime will be disallowed any splitting or merging with any new nymphs, with loss of citizenship and deportation if they do.
 
When a gestalt is charged for a crime, they are usually given a fine, mandatory community service, which tends to have longer hours than that of other species, or deportation, which tends to be the preferred charge over community service if they can not afford the fine. A gestalt can be executed under capital punishment for a severe enough crime, although this has not happend in the Alliance’s history.
 
When a gestalt is charged for a crime, they are usually given a fine, mandatory community service, which tends to have longer hours than that of other species, or deportation, which tends to be the preferred charge over community service if they can not afford the fine. A gestalt can be executed under capital punishment for a severe enough crime, although this has not happend in the Alliance’s history.
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==Izweski Hegemony==
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A Dionae who wishes to become a citizen of the Izweski Hegemony must fufill the same requirements as any unathi would, which can be found, here: https://wiki.aurorastation.org/index.php?title=Guide_to_Citizenship#Izweski_Hegemony

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Dionae Lore Pages
Species Page Dionae · Dionae Citizenship · Dionae Clusters

Republic Of Biesel

Applying for citizenship

All gestalts that show a certain level or higher of intelligence determined by a series of questions can apply for citizenship within the Republic of Biesel. These questions can determine their intelligence, learning potential, and personality. Similarly to questions IPCs would take. Each nymph of the gestalt applying for citizenship must be chipped with a special chip that can be used to track any gestalt the nymph has been apart of, its age, and origins.

Retaining citizenship

Gestalts that are a citizen of Biesel must defend their citizenship and education to a special governmental-assigned counsel each time a merge or splitting of a nymph happens to the Gestalt. This meeting is generally short. Taking usually twenty or so minutes, although it can take longer if a new unchipped nymph is apart of the gestalt. Every year a citizenship gestalt must be given a scan of each nymph to ensure no undocumented changes have happend to the gestalt. If a merge happens with an already chipped nymph, they have until this time again to defend it’s citizenship again, otherwise it will be revoked until applied for again. If they merge with a unchipped nymph they are given exactly one month to set up a date to defend their citizenship again. Although this is considered a difficult thing to determine, and rarely a gestalt loses citizenship due to this.

Gestalt Rights

Unchipped nymphs not apart of a gestalt are considerd animals, and all of their rights and laws would follow that of a animal, including animal cruelty. Dionae that are made up of at least 3 nymphs, or nymphs that are chipped and was apart of a gestalt are both considered people. Their rights and laws follow the same as a human, in this case. Assaulting a gestalt would be the same as assaulting a human. A murder of a Gestalt is considerd when half of the nymphs that make up a gestalt are killed, any less and it falls under attempted murder. A Dionae who commits a crime will be disallowed to split or merge any new nymphs to their gestalt, with harsher punishments or possibly even citizenship revocation and deportation occuring. When a Dionae is charged for a crime, they are usually given a fine, or mandatory community service, which usually will have longer hours than that of other species given community service hours. If a Dionae is unable to afford a fine, they can instead take a contract with NanoTrasen that sees them work for a certain amount of time on an NT station until it is paid off, receiving no pay, and only a dorm that can sustain them. If a Dionae commits a crime that is considered too great for either of these, they can be deported from Biesel, although this rarely happens.


Sol Alliance

Applying for citizenship

All Dionae gestalts that show a certain level or higher of intelligence determined by a series of questions can apply for citizenship within the Sol Alliance. These questions determine their intelligence, learning potential, and personality. Each nymph of the gestalt applying for citizenship must be chipped with a special chip that can be used to track any gestalt the nymph has been a part along with its age and origins. Dionae from the Venter's Cetus gestalt are given special work vistas, although they can still apply for citizenship. Due to the debate of the nature of Dionea, acquiring citizenship is often regarded as a bureaucratic nightmare to those handling it, making a citizenship application take several months if not years. Citizenship applications have been known to be denied for small errors such as an incorrect “birth” date.

Retaining citizenship

Dionae that are citizens of the Alliance must defend their citizenship and education to a special government-assigned counsel each time a merging or splitting of a nymph happens to the Gestalt. The meeting is generally short, usually taking twenty minutes. Every year a resident Dionae must get a scan of each nymph to ensure the gestalt has remained the same without any unauthorized merges. If a merge happens with an already chipped nymph, they have six months to defend their citizenship again, otherwise it will be revoked pending a reapplication for citizenship, as well as possible deportation. If a gestalt wishes to merge with a unchipped nymph, they must have the nymph chipped beforehand, otherwise the Gestalt can be handed a hefty fine or in extreme cases deported.

Gestalt Rights

Unchipped nymphs not part of a gestalt are considered animals, and all of its rights and laws would follow that of an animal, namely animal cruelty legislation. Dionae that are made up of at least three nymphs are considered a gestalt in Alliance space. Undocumented, unchipped gestalts are strictly prohibited within Alliance space. If one is discovered, they are either given the choice of paying to be chipped, or being forcefully deported. A Gestalt is considered murdered when two-thirds of the nymphs part of the gestalt are killed, and those nymphs are chipped. The charges for murdering a dionae that is either visiting with valid permission, actively working with a work vista, or a citizen is treated differently then one that is not, with harsher charges for the murder of the former. The former are considered “valid” Dionae gestalts, while the latter are considered “invalid” Dionae gestalts within the Alliance’s space. A gestalt who commits a crime will be disallowed any splitting or merging with any new nymphs, with loss of citizenship and deportation if they do. When a gestalt is charged for a crime, they are usually given a fine, mandatory community service, which tends to have longer hours than that of other species, or deportation, which tends to be the preferred charge over community service if they can not afford the fine. A gestalt can be executed under capital punishment for a severe enough crime, although this has not happend in the Alliance’s history.

Izweski Hegemony

A Dionae who wishes to become a citizen of the Izweski Hegemony must fufill the same requirements as any unathi would, which can be found, here: https://wiki.aurorastation.org/index.php?title=Guide_to_Citizenship#Izweski_Hegemony