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scottish    0

I know you cant go back to your own dead body , but does stumbling on someone you killed in a past life and looting them count too ?

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Undead    246

I mean it depends I suppose. You don't remember anything leading up to your death so if it happened anywhere in that time period it would be NLR. If it has nothing to do with it I suppose not?

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As long as it wasn't near your own dead body, you should be fine.

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Guest Brāy   
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As undeadarmy said as long as they're not involved in your death i don't see why not

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Joeyy    0

Yeah it's fine I would assume. You lost your memory so I guess theres no rule against finding a dead enemy.

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scottish    0

yeah because this happned to me and i ended up back where I began and went to the hospital for stuff and was met by this guy being very vocal about what i was doing was wrong and he had me on fraps blah blah , I was just more anoyed at the way he approached me saying he was using the video as blackmail etc , I was just like mate fuck you lol come to think of it , if they are moaning about non rp then why where they waiting on a dead guy coming back for stuff, or where they waiting on their dead friend to come back for HIS stuff ;) haha

anyway im not gona make a big deal out of it , I know we all can make mistakes , fuck I made a good few mistakes today and thats just how life is , its when you know you are doing wrong is when its bad.

its my 1st proper day on the server and was good non the less ;p

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Gina    26

Why he was saying you were doing wrong? Was your body there also near by or how he knew it was you?

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scottish    0

my body was down the road around 100 m away from it , I had already ran into them once before in roughly the same area too , so i figured after i thought about it that they where infact waiting for their friend to come back and get his gear and i showed back up just out of pure luck and they sent a friend with fraps to try and scare me out of not taking the friends gear i dont know.

I did in the end just put down the gear and said fuck it but i was really anoyed about the whole thing at the time but i didnt know weather they had a point or not so I thought for future reference that I would come here and ask incase I was in the wrong. :)

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Elissa    0

So they broke NLR by being near their bodies like you were and wanted to fraps it?

Just so I am reading this right?

If you spawn NEAR your body you are suppose to run the opposite direction. If you died in a fight with them where they also died and your bodies were close together then you should avoid going in the same area as your corpse.

Say I get killed in Elektro and I spawn in Elektro. I should move my legs and head towards Cherno or Berinzino circling around the town proper. Until reset or 2 hours I believe.

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scottish    0

Well i just happned to spawn right where I had died last but i didnt go loot my body back no , but the guys where t the hospital waiting on me coming back for sure because I would not have asked this question otherwise.

And now I know for sure and know what to do ,I didnt want to make a fuss about it and dont plan to , I will only ever fraps and report things I am 100% sure I have a case and in this case , it was my 1st day on the server haha , so yeah im trying to keep my head down and learn as best I can :D

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