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Layhe Smith

Combat logging?

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Yes. If they robbed you, they'd have to stick around for at least 15 minutes AFTER breaking Line of Sight with you.

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It says in the rules that you must wait a minimum of fifteen minutes to log off after being part of a hostile act, whether it be you that commits/participates in the act or someone commits it against you. You must also break line of sight with them prior to doing so.

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As already said in the posts above, players can't log out after committing a hostile action until the break line of sight and 15 minutes passes.

See section 5 of the rules:

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It says in the rules that you must wait a minimum of fifteen minutes to log off after being part of a hostile act, whether it be you that commits/participates in the act or someone commits it against you. You must also break line of sight with them prior to doing so.

Sorry, but this is wrong.

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"Break line of sight with those you committed a hostile act against and wait a minimum of 15 minutes from the time you broke line of sight before logging out."

Only if you're the one who committed a hostile act against someone.

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Sorry, but this is wrong.

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"Break line of sight with those you committed a hostile act against and wait a minimum of 15 minutes from the time you broke line of sight before logging out."

Only if you're the one who committed a hostile act against someone.

This is correct. Technically, if you're taken hostage, comply, and are then released, you're under no obligation to remain logged in for 15 minutes as you did not commit any hostile acts.

Basically, you're only combat logging if you're either logging out to avoid imminent contact with someone, or if someone gained KOS rights on you within the last 15 minutes.

According to the way the rules are written, anyway.

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