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Rules on "Biological Warfare"

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So given the handful of ways to be either poisoned or infected I was just curious to what extent the infliction of these diseases/poisons may be/still allowed. I am going off of Rule 3.2 and 3.6

"3.6 You are not allowed to force an action, condition or belief upon another players character beyond what the game mechanics allow, unless the action is specifically allowed by the other player. This is called power gaming."

In terms of Cholera and poisoning is it still the fault the of person drinking from a "contaminated" water bottle or pot? Or is it the fault of the player who contaminated the bottle? Does premeditation cause effect this? Obviously not OOC hat intention.

     As that condition is not necessarily forced on the character drinking, if they unknowingly drink from it.

"3.2 Your character must behave realistically and appropriately to the different situations you participate in, keeping the current world situation and context of post-apocalyptic world in mind. Do not act in a way that indicates no value for your characters life and survival. For example, attempting to kill people when heavily outnumbered, excessively talking back or insulting someone when taken hostage, or knowingly running into an area of active hostile engagement when not involved in the fight. Characters found guilty of breaking this rule will be permanently marked as dead."

Using people as means to spread the infection (Cholera, Influenza, Common Cold). If it made IC sense for their character to be used as a host to infect others. Would that potentially be considered NVFL?

     EX: Say fellas got the cancer, knows he's gonna die, coughing up blood the whole shebang. He wants to take out this group that has done him wrong. Decides to go undercover once he somehow contracted influenza/voluntarily contracts it. Once within the camp he infects the others by proximity.

   Does his volunteering differ as opposed to him accidentally contracting it? Or perhaps him giving it to himself by some means? (I'm uncertain how influenza works ig)

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Intentionally poisoning or infecting others is not allowed, it can be considered attempted invalid kill or if they would die it would be treated as invalid kill.

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