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Bad-RP?

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Jetwells    244

Would people class it as bad RP to spot someone from 100+ meters away in the middle of the night, who is hiding in foliage, to then approach said person by running straight to the location?

I find it rather immersion breaking myself to be sneaking around an area and to have someone spot you with gamma goggles or the foliage not rendering in. What are peoples views on this?

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Sadly there is nothing you can do about the gamma, but I've always hated the fact that some people turn off their foliage. That just seems rather cheap.

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No that's not BadRP. That's just being bad at hiding.

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xIO_VAPEG0D_OIx    752

No that's not BadRP. That's just being bad at hiding.

Sums it up really

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It's not considered badrp. You just need to find a better place to hide. We are not able to stop people from changing their brightness or gamma. I don't play with my brightness or gamma really high and I am able to see people 100+ meters away from me that are hiding in the tall grass at night.

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What every one is trying to say, when finding a hiding spot it is encouraged to use a spot that you can use third person.

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Goku    61

I wouldn't consider it badrp, however bad sportsmanship, I can admit I have my gamma and brightness turned up but only because dayz itself is too dark for my liking and I have never really experienced darkness like that in dayz, I do not use it to spot potential RP's I use it to simply brighten my surroundings.

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/solved

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