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Death and someone protects gear?

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When someone is killed and friends insist on "Keep away from his body or ill kill you" doesn't this kind of break rp because the dead inst allowed back to their body or to remember what happens and only remeber their allies?

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-read the question wrong, rip-

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To be honest if you're friend just dropped dead in the middle of the street and a random guy comes up to you and says "can i have your friends phone since hes dead?" would you let him take it?

Im inclined to think not many people would let him take it.

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Yeah, it breaks RP.

But a lot of people do it, its like when people die and they say "im hit, so and so is there!"

Even though, dead Men don’t talk

It doesn't break RP if the character has a valid reason for guarding the body. I know that if I had a friend and they died somehow, I'd be pretty damn adamant about stopping random strangers from rifling through my dead friend's belongings.

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It doesn't break RP if the character has a valid reason for guarding the body. I know that if I had a friend and they died somehow, I'd be pretty damn adamant about stopping random strangers from rifling through my dead friend's belongings.

Yeah I know, I read the op wrong... snipped my comment.

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Not at all, it makes perfect sense why someone would want to protect their dead friends corpse and belongings.

Of course there is the gear aspect of it but I wouldn't want random survivors picking the supplies from his pockets. That is disrespectful.


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Yes. Thank you.

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That's good to hear.

/solving

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