@animeregion It's for Advance Quests, Baize are a type of Emergency Code that can spawn and they spawn an infinite amount of mobs as long as they are alive.
This is important because spawns in Advance Quests are limited and if your goal is farming PSE Bursts, they're pretty much guaranteed to spawn a PSE if you don't kill the Baize until after the PSE has started.
I don't think anybody should get mad at you for killing Baize if you just didn't know and you were in a party that just didn't say anything about it, but it's explained in my party's comment. And the name of the party also indicates it.
I think that it would be pretty unfair and dickish to kick someone over something they would have had no idea about unless they read guides on that subject before attempting to do Advance Quests at all, I would appreciate if people did that but that's not something I can reasonably expect.
Doing that would fall into what I consider elitism and gatekeeping new players, but I do expect people to at least not join a party whose name they don't understand. Like if the party's name is Kill Baize = Kick, and they don't know what Baize is, they should probably either look it up or look for another party.
Hopefully I didn't misunderstand you, if you meant the topic as in kicking people out being a bannable offense, I was under the impression that kicking players out during an Advance Quest too often could lead to an automatic suspension due to it potentially being flagged as abusing the kick feature.
I haven't been banned so nothing has happened but I got a little bit concerned about it since I'm familiar with automatic bans from MMOs with trigger happy automatic bans. Just wanted to confirm if what I heard was true. And I guess there's no way to confirm unless SEGA themselves comment on it.