Think i accidentally voted no,
Conduct as a whole should be taken into account, not just the fact they've been on final / permed. @Stagsview puts it best really.
For me it all depends what they were on final for and how recent it was.
Not all lies are the same and carry the same consequences. Some of them definitely deserve to be hit hard due to the malice behind them, extent of said lie and the damage it caused. Others can be relatively harmless with little consequence. A uniform final warning applied to them both is irrespective of the factors i mentioned previously.
Good to see this back and best of luck to you @Hofer. I hope this remains what CLF was supposed to be, you know my feelings on certain things that happened and they will severely damage the look of the group again if they happen. I'm sure you'll do fine though, much love
Realism in an unrealistic world is a bad basis for a rule.
People wouldn't just greet absolutely everyone and their mother, strolling across an open road with a calm breeze following them like it's a paradise. Aiming a gun would arguably be a more realistic approach given the fact we have no idea who is / is not infected and you don't know what their intentions are.
-1 from me
I know the feeling. Got one tapped in the head by a scav I couldnt even see 10 minutes ago. But I still keep playing for some reason. Fun game, but you have your moments were you wanna flip your screen upside down.