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Guest Jack Bauer

I was think about the 1km radius your need to stay away from your body. Say for example your rival faction takes you prisoner and they are in a ural and drive towards the area of your previous death how would you approach that situation?

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Rick    19

well, you could just go OOC and tell them about your NLR, though if you just quickly drive through the area, it usually isn't that big of a deal. Just never go near your body, if you get too close, say something.

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Seska Rotan    0

Best thing to do would probably be to let them know (OOC of course) that you can't return to that area.

Edit: StarWars 2quick4me

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Burgz    6

Just let it flow. The only people who're gonna report you for it is probably going to be the clan taking you hostage, and they'll know it's not your fault.

You could always say, '//can't be here, breaking NLR'. But I wouldn't say it's always needed...

The whole point of the 1K rule is really to stop breaking immersion, if you quickly drive through then no-one's gonna notice.

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The answers above basically seals the deal here. If you get taken hostage, then you can always tell them OOC that you can't be near your body as it'd be breaking NLR. Try and avoid saying that unless you know where your going is directly to your body, which would be bad and break immersion.

Solving.

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