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  1. Yes, this is accurate, but if you consider real life fragmentation grenades, it would be a bit more complex than that. And if realism is what we're going for, you can't just shoot the grenadier and call it a day. How is it NVFL when holding an unpinned grenade is completely safe? I could see if it wasn't safe, but it's an actual tactic that has been used, successfully I might add. If anything, shooting someone with an unpinned grenade would be not valuing your life, because shrapnel can be dispersed up to 250 meters, and can kill up to 15 meters. This is a super split issue, and it is really awesome to see all the input and how we're all able to discuss this the right way.
  2. The admin team seems to be divided, but different circumstances would be divided, it very well could be determined to not be NVFL and Jim/Roland could overrule that, however the initial response for my particular scenario would be a most likely not NVFL.
  3. That's IF anyone gets blown up at all, which goes into completely new territory as someone already said about the Invalid kill, and would that be NVFL for the one that would shoot and kill the one with the grenade?
  4. I recently posted a topic that led me to this question, and all situations are unique and thus verdicts can change vastly for two very similar situations, so I will condense my question to one specific question. Let's say for instance that you know a friend of yours is being held hostage inside a room, you enter holding a live grenade, and demand the release of the hostage. Now sure this is a very dangerous maneuver, but the bad guys know that if he dies, so does everyone, so is it really worth killing him? It's perfectly safe to hold a grenade without the pin as long as you don't release trigger. The rules state don't act in a way that shows no value for your life, but it's perfectly safe, it's essentially the same as holding a grenade with the pin in it, the only difference being it can go live in seconds with your death. It isn't attempting to fight numerous hostiles at once, in fact it's the opposite of preventing the hostilities with the intent to rescue your friend. But that is just my opinion, and overall, the admin team and Roland would have the final say. (Copied and pasted from my other post) I personally don't see how this would be NVFL for the grenade holder, as it is perfectly safe. And this room for the sake of argument is small. The standard M67 Fragmentation grenade has a lethal radius of 5 meters and can kill up to 15 meters, That's 50 feet. Not far, but not comfortable for shooting a guy with a live grenade in a small space. So in this instance, let's say I successfully insert myself into this situation and rescue my friend, and a report goes up for NVFL, how do you think the verdict would go for this report? Same scenario but with a different ending, I insert myself into the situation with a live grenade, I get shot and killed, everyone dies. I'm sorry if this is a dumb question, I just wanted some context for this.
  5. Precisely my point, which would lead me to the question of why it would be no value for life, as it's perfectly safe. But now that I know that this is the case for grenades in game, I suppose that leads to the issue of what this would mean in game played out.
  6. Absolutely not, it's the truth, there are some good ones out there, but then there are many that.. you know.. No disrespect meant to anyone
  7. Not too many of those around unfortunately, I feel it would go over the same as if you pulled out a gun while being held up, you'd be shot.
  8. Valid point, but who on DayZRP would allow someone to pull out a grenade and give them time to roleplay it without first mowing them down?
  9. Personally, I disagree, allow me to elaborate please. Let's say for instance that you know a friend of yours is being held hostage inside a room, you enter holding a live grenade, and demand the release of the hostage. Now sure this is a very dangerous maneuver, but the bad guys know that if he dies, so does everyone, so is it really worth killing him? It's perfectly safe to hold a grenade without the pin as long as you don't release trigger. The rules state don't act in a way that shows no value for your life, but it's perfectly safe, it's essentially the same as holding a grenade with the pin in it, the only difference being it can go live in seconds with your death. It isn't attempting to fight numerous hostiles at once, in fact it's the opposite of preventing the hostilities. But that is just my opinion, and overall, the admin team and Roland would have the final say.
  10. I'm fairly certain that if you put it in your hands and unpin it, the timer starts, unlike an actual grenade in real life. (have yet to test it) Just holding it in your hand is an empty threat.
  11. So would it be possible to make a mod that allows you to unpin a grenade and not have the countdown start? Like real life? It would add RP value, imagine you get held up, and you snag a grenade and unpin it and say "Shoot and we all die." Technically it shouldn't be considered NVFL because things like this have happened before in real life.
  12. Only up to 1.6 million, any fellow DayZRPers joining? The air force said they're ready for us.. Also, this movie: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1092026/ Underated in my opinion, super hilarious also. Yes I know it's a satirical post, but that doesn't make it any less funny.
  13. Dima was born in Yelanka a rural city along the Lena river, a truly non-descript city and a lesser known one, to Arkady and Sophia Katkov. His father Arkady was one of the four Russian diplomats captured in Beirut in 1986, his father being the only one of the Russian diplomats that was executed. In response to the execution Dima was dispatched to Beirut as part of Spetsgruppa "A" at just fifteen years old. The KGB demanded the release of the hostages taken by Hezbollah but were refused, in response Dima abducted a relative of the leader of Hezbollah and cut off an identifying limb and sent it to the leader with threats that further harm would come to his family if the hostages were not released. The other Russian diplomats were promptly released. Dina's return home was less than a homecoming. The KGB arranged for his mother to be executed gangland style and framed a local crime syndicate to cement his position in Spetsgruppa "A" In response to this, Dima went rogue for two months and slowly picked off each member of the syndicate, after returning he was welcomed back with open arms and continued operations with Alpha group. At the height of the outbreak, Alpha group was dispatched to Chernarus to clear Russia’s name, as it was clear the world was trying to shift blame towards them. Alpha group was airdropped into Troitskoe military base with the intention to find a source, but they soon realized that this was ground zero, or something close to it and they were swiftly overrun. Alpha group went from eight members down to four within twenty minutes of touchdown. Alpha group retreated and regrouped, but lost contact with Russian High Command and were forced to continue the mission on their own recognizance. They attempted to complete their objective yet again, storming Troitskoe, but lost three more operators leaving Dima as the sole survivor.
  14. Looting bodies during an active firefight, what's the stipulation behind that? Is that NVFL? Is it giving the group kill rights on me? I'm curious as to what this is as a similar thing has happened recently and would be good to know for future reference.
  15. Further proof of no tampering:
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