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Jetwells    242

If i was to be initiated on and take a bullet to the knee for example, Wether it be from complying or not, And then i am taken hostage but threatened to "Run" or be shot instead of walking because ive just been shot. Would this be classed as bad RP on the captors behalf for forcing me to not RP out the wound i have and threaten me with an unrealistic demand?

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Ark    202

You shouldn't be able to run if you got shot in the leg. Personally yes I would classify this as bad rp and an unreasonable demand, but this of course is just my personal opinion.

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Gina    26

Pretty sure there is no such super human who could run after being shot in the leg, no matter how battle hardened you are. Of course they can demand what ever but I would say that if they actually kill you for not running even if its realistically impossible for your character at his current state, then we have a problem and that problem would most likely end up for Staff to decide whether it's bad RP or not. Personally I say it is.

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Jetwells    242

Thats my whole thing with it, If i am then killed would it be a legit kill as i "Didnt" comply. With the amount of people who ruleplay over the roleplay i felt best to ask this question as it has happened to me before. I guess ill just record and report if it happens again and see how the staff feel about it.

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I agree with others. I'm not a medicine specialist but i think only way to force someone to run with a bullet in the leg is to give him good amount of morphine. But still it depends where u got shot (muscles and tendons injuries).

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If you got shot in the femer where most people tend to shot you at and it strikes the bone/brake the bone you would die. The femer produces the most blood and is the hardest bone to repair (even more so in the environment Chernarus has) it annoys me when that happens shot in the leg ok run now I said RUN dead.

Edit Femer not former stupid ass autocorrect

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Doc Phlox    24

If you got shot in the former where most people tend to shot you at and it strikes the bone/brake the bone you would die. The demerit produces the most blood and is the hardest bone to repair (even more so in the environment Chernarus has) it annoys me when that happens shot in the leg ok run now I said RUN dead.

Hey man, quick question. What the hell is the demerit, because demerits don't produce blood, they are given to naughty school children. And just so you know, many people survive bullet wounds in the patella (bone of kneecap)

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Maxivit    0

Let me give an example; 4 weeks ago I broke my feet when I was playing football and I kept playing like nothing happened, I couldn't feel the pain at that moment but after 1 hour I was like dying from the pain, sometimes you dont feel that pain because of the heat of that moment. Sometimes it depends person to person though.

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If you got shot in the former where most people tend to shot you at and it strikes the bone/brake the bone you would die. The demerit produces the most blood and is the hardest bone to repair (even more so in the environment Chernarus has) it annoys me when that happens shot in the leg ok run now I said RUN dead.

Hey man, quick question. What the hell is the demerit, because demerits don't produce blood, they are given to naughty school children. And just so you know, many people survive bullet wounds in the patella (bone of kneecap)

Autocorrect got the best of me it's femer for fomer and femer for demerit (how that came out of femer is beyond me)

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