Upon waking in their new environment, all inmates will find their Personal Identification Program fused to their non-dominant arm. All attempts to remove it will result in horrific pain and a mild electric shock. Once the P.I.P. is turned on, it will activate and the inmate's name and assigned number will be displayed. From this screen (by turning the dial on the side), the rules and profiles of the other inmates can be accessed.
Rule No. 1
The needs of the inmates will be provided for to allow for a communal lifestyle with no time limit within the walls of the penitentiary
Rule No. 2
In order to maintain a healthy sleep schedule, a Day/Night cycle will be enforced. The hours between 10 pm and 7 am are designated as "Night Time." During Night Time there are places that are forbidden to enter, so please exercise caution.
Rule No. 3
Sleeping is only permitted in the personal rooms prepared for you in the dormitory area. Sleeping elsewhere will result in punishment.
Rule No. 4
You may investigate as you please. There are no restrictions on your actions.
Rule No. 5
Because the program monitors the vital signs and overall health of its wearer, it is against the rules to deactivate or tamper with your own or another inmate's P.I.P.
Rule No. 6
Violence against your counselor is forbidden, and will result in appropriate retaliation up to and including an official punishment. Destruction of the security cameras is forbidden.
Rule No. 6-A
Proper maintenance of the life-support systems and other functions of the penitentiary is necessary to ensure the continued comfort and survival of the inmates and crew. As a result, any inmate caught tampering with, obscuring, damaging, or otherwise trying to "improve" or "modify" any surveillance camera, door, lock, wall, floor, ceiling, computer, air vent, or other structure or machinery will be subject to punishment by your counselor.
Rule No. 6-B
Additional rules may be added by your counselor at any time and as needed for the safety of the ship, the crew and the inmates.