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Buzzed posted a question in Tourism <span style='font-size:0.7em'>(Q&A)</span>Is RDM ( Killing for No RP Reason) Going to be a problem? e.x. Someone has an AK-47 and is running down the street shooting everyone just because he can. Is he considered a mad man / cereal killer? Or is he breaking server rules? If so what are they going to do to stop this? Punishment Wise. 2.) Will there be server administrators / staff members watching over the server?
I was actually wondering yesterday about this question, and now I decided to ask on here, 'cause I can see the logic on both sides of the answer, but are still wondering what the excact answer is/would be. We're going to have cars, and we're going to have player roles as police, so I was wondering, do you have to stop for traffic lights, as a citizen? On one side, the police will have a lot to do all the time, and will always kept busy with atleast something, if they have to stop citizens running the red light. But on the other hand, it will maybe be too much, when they also have to catch thiefs from robberies etc. So do we know if you have to stop for red light, or if you just gonna do the same as you do in GTA V, says "Fuck it" and cross it?
Alright, so Im not sure if this has been discussed previously in the forums because I could not find anything about it, but the question is: So, how will this game and its the whole role playing system ensure the well driving of others? Or in other words because Im not sure if I'm making any sense: How will this game or what system/law will be implemented so that people don't drive in to each other/ people/ and cars in the game? Im just wondering because in GTA its fairly easy to drive into another car/person etc, Im just wondering how well enforced it will be in identity and if it is even controllable.
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