The initial report was primarily about griefing, the destruction of the base. But as details have come out I am also seeing a possible violation for:
2.3 Be a good sport. Do not focus on PvP aspect of the game and attack everything that moves just because you can or are good at it. Remember that not many players will enjoy being constantly attacked, therefore you should not dominate other groups or players into submission to a point where they can no longer accomplish their regular role play or enjoy the game.
This is beyond IC reasons, you knew were were raided, and still proceeded to raid us even more, then leaving our belongings in the woods. That we found it is of no consequence. I believe being raided repeatedly in such a short time frame falls under 2.3 rule even if by different groups, if the second group is aware of the first attack. Knowing your target had already been raiding and causing more trouble in a short period of time is crippling for our role play and frustrating to the point of people considering leaving.
4.8 Griefing is act of damaging or destroying a player base, storage container, vehicles or their contents using OOC knowledge, ill intent or doing so without IC reasoning that is proportionate to the damage done.
4 walls were broken on the pub as well as locks cut off. Both were unnecessary. Entry could have been gained by cutting the locks OR breaking the walls.
ICly, there was no aggression between our groups. We broke the alliance for a nonaggression pact - or weapons pact, we just didn't have the numbers to support the alliance and keep our settlement safe as well. We agreed that there would be no hostilities with Novo on our part if you agreed the same. The discussion took place with Ben Hanson as Joel Miller was not available at the time. We were never informed of a rejection of these terms. So as far as we knew, everything was still fine between us, we just put a bit of distance.
The walls in question were up for less than a week, as well as Hesco barriers and sandbags that were removed. This was done even with a gaping hole in the back wall, as well as no locks on the front gate from he first raid on our base. Our back gate was stripped of the wire and left as a wall and a number of our walls were left as frames.
I find it unlikely that walls despawned in a number of days where as hesco barriers and sandbags take two weeks.
But I would like to address the excessive raiding as well, your group member knew we were just hit by another group and you still decided to come in and do more damage and take what was left. Seems to be more about getting gear than providing any sort of RP for our group.
Server and location: Chernarus, Stary Yar
Approximate time and date of the incident (SERVER TIME): Unknown exactly, within the last week.
Your in game name: Hana Pechova
Names of allies involved: Homefront
Name of suspect/s: Unknown
Friendly/Enemy vehicles involved (if any): Unknown
Additional evidence? (video/screenshot): None
Detailed description of the events:
When the 503 returned to Chernarus a week-ish ago, offline raids began to happen. Homefront is settled not far from Novo Village in the North, so inevitably we were hit a number of times. Three times in one day in fact, and two more the following day. In a decisions to try and recuperate, we decided to find a different location to store our supplies until we had time to strengthen our base.
When our citizens were evacuating the town a number of our lockers were found a short distance from Stary Yar abandoned in the woods still loaded with our belongings, They grabbed what they could and destroyed the lockers.
While things were hot, Homefront stayed clear of the North as we have a number of non-combatants in our group. Upon return yesterday I found a number of our walls have been stripped and there was much needless destruction on our base. That is the primary reason for the report. Raiding is one thing, destroying our structures is completely unnecessary. No one has reached out to us to see if we were still using the location ICly or OOCly. The raiding was pretty excessive as well, but we have no idea if it was the same groups or just a series of individuals. The base still has a number of tents, though we did not see the need to put locks on them merely to have them cut away again while we were not at the base.
Glad to be a part of this group. The RP with everyone in it and the interactions we've had with other groups have been spectacular so far.
Looking forward to meeting more of you out there in Chernarus! See you out there!