Rule #3 -- Robots/automatic playing
Your character is supposed to be played by you yourself, as opposed to by a program. Using tools like specialized clients to aid you in your playing is OK, but using such tools to actually play for you is not.
When you are not at your computer/terminal, your character should be idle -- do not use any tools to make your character look active when you are not. It does not matter for how long you do this; if an arch finds you to be a robot or "triggeridling", you risk getting thrown out of the game immediately.
When you are away from the terminal:
Any type of trigger is qualified as illegal, if it can unidle your character by sending data to the MUD, and be triggered by any text executed by any object in the game. This goes for user tells and echos also.
If you are too busy to play your character at the moment, take a break or leave the game.
Particularly active clients/robots might be the victim of automatic disconnection from the game or loss of commands when sending too many commands within too short time.
If you think you have a good reason to make and use a robot, contact the administration (mail admin), and your request will be considered.
TURN OFF ALL YOUR TRIGGERS WHEN YOU LEAVE THE TERMINAL.