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Kos rules 'a part' or 'apart' meaning of second condition

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Hi, i have a question about the second condition as it is written in the rules:

You may only share KoS rights when you meet both of the following conditions:

- You are within 500 meters of the hostile situation at the time of occurrence

- You were recently apart of the involved parties group.

I am not a native speaker but does 'apart' not has the meaning you would be away, not there, not a member of the group?

Would the right writing would not be 'a part' of the group make sense because i am a part of the group which is e. g. gotten initiated by a group of bandits?

If there is no mistake in the form of writing 'apart/a part' what should the second condition tell me. It only makes sense to me if i am a part of the group that is involved in the situation AND we are within the 500 m range with the bandits or whoever initiated the thread.

Am i understanding it right that i have to be member/ a part of the group?

Kind Regards

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Carl    1

Great question, Shatterproofed. I'd like to know the answer too. You've got a good eye there.

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SomeWeirdAssGuy    287

"Apart" should be "a part", it's a mistake.

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Nicholas    0

Yes it's "a part" as it wouldn't make sense if it was "apart".

Must've been a small typo on the rulemakers part :).

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I just wondered because it did not make sense to me and i am willed to read and understand every detail of the rules because in my first apply i did not describe the KOS rules accurate enough.

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It is a typo. It should be "a part". We will work on getting that fixed. Thank you for bringing it to our attention.

/Marked as Solved.

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