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Cant find passphrase Dayz Standalone RP

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I cant find the passphrase i have read the Dayz Standalone RP rules all the way through word for word i don't understand is it like obvious example....you can not rdm banana other people. Is it something like that or is it something that blends in

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Have you read the big white text on top of the Standalone rules?

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http://www.dayzrp.com/rules-mod

It is located within here and read it word by word. I think this is enough to set you on the right path.

/solving

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http://www.dayzrp.com/rules-mod

It is located within here and read it word by word. I think this is enough to set you on the right path.

/solving

I cant find it I have just read all 8 rules and I full understand all the rules about groups and KOS and NLR and all the other rules I just cant find the dam work could you give me a hint in where it would be located in the text because I have just spent the last 15mins reading all the rules and I really cant find the word :( where would the word be around?

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http://www.dayzrp.com/rules-mod

It is located within here and read it word by word. I think this is enough to set you on the right path.

/solving

I cant find it I have just read all 8 rules and I full understand all the rules about groups and KOS and NLR and all the other rules I just cant find the dam work could you give me a hint in where it would be located in the text because I have just spent the last 15mins reading all the rules and I really cant find the word :( where would the word be around?

You spent 15 minutes reading the rules and are now asking for the passphrase?

We cannot give hints, it changes spot everytime you refresh the page and is different for everyone.

It is there, make sure you are reading mod rules too, perhaps slow down and read carefully and even out loud can help.

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