Roleplay Standard Rule edited | 06/12/20:00
2.9 Roleplay Standard - You must always keep a high level of roleplay standard when playing. We understand that each situation you approach may be different and will apply common sense when enforcing this rule, however, "hands up or die" or "stop or your dead" without anything prior will be considered low roleplay standard.
It's hard for us to outline every phrase that is not acceptable, but as a rule of thumb: "If you think it's not a High Roleplay Standard it probably isn't".
This rule is not just limited to when you are initiating, its here to promote high levels of roleplay with whatever you are doing.
Tasing someone holding a firearm in their hands or without prior roleplay and prior warning that you are going to tase them is considered low roleplay standard.
Taser initiating on someone holding a firearm in their hands or tasing without prior roleplay and prior warning that you are going to tase them is considered low roleplay standard.
Removed that you can't tase people when you are initaited, when you have lethal initaiton, you can now tase someone. With the previous rule, everyone with a weapon out couldn't get tased even when there was lethal initaition.
If someone states they will shoot you or rubber bullet you after prior roleplay is valid initiation.
Saying “You will be shot” or “I will kill you” or threatening to knock someone out with the use of a firearm while adhering to roleplay standard is valid initiation.
If someone states they will shoot you or rubber bullet you while adhering roleplay standard is valid initiation.
Missed the last part in the rule while changing the RDM rule, it basicly stated you had to roleplay before initaition which has now been changed again, so that you don't have to roleplay before initiation.