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Mask 5059_4668 Mercy Killing, Mask 286_5914 NLR

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Player(s) being reported: Mask 5059_4668 , Mask 286_5914
Date of rule breach: 27/11/2018
Time of rule breach: Around 12am

Your characters name: Alexey Alexeev
Other players involved: none

Specific rule broken: Mask 5059_4668 Mercy killing , Mask 286_5914 NLR

How did the player break the rule?: After i did shot 2 of them and third one got me, after he took all the stuff from all, he finished his friends, after
that Mask 286_5914 came back straight from the MD after he was finished by his friend

Evidence of rule breach: https://plays.tv/video/5bfd3a0895f2652d31/mercy-killing  NLR one https://plays.tv/video/5bfd5fd7c8fe88fd00/nlr


  • Mercy Killing:
    Mercy-Killing is a form of deathmatching and non-roleplay that describes when a player attacks or kills another player who is injured in order to expedite their death process. This can result in a deathmatching classed punishment. If the player being killed, asks to be killed, the player asking to be killed is breaking the non-roleplay rule. 
  • New Life Rule:

    The New Life Rule, or NLR for short, is a rule that is meant to prevent metagaming due to a death of a character. New Life Rule means that once you have died, your character forgets all of the events leading up to their death including the identity of their killer or reason of death. New Life Rule also states that all players should avoid roleplay with each other in the event a death of a relative or friend occurs. It also states that after you have died, you must wait at least thirty (30) minutes before returning to the area of your death or interacting with the players involved in your death.

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