I don’t play so take my opinion with a grain of salt, but I imagine you’d have some epic cases of somebody aiming a rifle at a building, woods, field etc to scope it out, lock on to somebody and then get blasted because “he pointed his weapon.” Ruleplay might cover it but why chance that when the current rule worked fine?
Don't plan on playing any time soon but loot spawns being decreased is a bit wack if its only motive is to move players over to Namalsk. Let the Chernarus loot goblins do their thing, game is miserable enough as is.
Elmer Adams POV:
I'll start from where I consider this situation to have started, during the initiation in the middle of Zelenogorsk where we took two of the nationalists hostage. Their attitude didn't start off well in my character's books so they were warned by him to cut the shit. Fast forward to a double brown house inside Zeleno, the two hostages have been made safe and lost their radios. I then left them with another member of Cerberus to go assist with the transportation of the other three hostages from the PD.
I believe the OP was one of the hostages that we took at PD and, bear with me as my recollection of last night is a little hazy, he took his captivity a little less than seriously during transfer. This provoked my character to strike him with the butt of his weapon and warn him to cut the attitude.
Once we had corralled all the hostages outside the double brown, we fed them, gave them water and then @RP gave them a loud warning that if there was any disrespect, fuck acting or otherwise unpleasant behaviour, it would not end well for them. With that being said, we moved them south-east out of Zelenogorsk towards the sniper barns and into the woods, where Panda's video shows the rest.
At the point of his death, the OP had been warned twice by myself (one of which you can see in the video), once by Luke and once by Phoenyxx to quit his fuck acting. It was pretty clear from his response to Phoenyxx that he fully intended on continuing his disruptive, annoying behaviour, in violation of our earlier demands.
Thus ends the epic PoV of Elmer Adams, poet, lover and Cerberus Operator.