🔥 Chaos PvP: “Newly created” characters should not request a Reaper’s Mark immediately.
Conflict is a roleplay mechanism. In-character confrontation should be the byproduct of in-character reasoning and roleplay and not the result of animosities between players. Two characters may hate each other in-game but, nevertheless, respect one another out-of-character. "Griefing" will not be tolerated - and may result in being temporarily or permanently banned.
💡 All PvP must, at a minimum, abide by the following guidelines before battle:
Hostileto one another.
Hostilein the player list. Until a resolution is made between characters, they must both remain
Hostileto one another. The only exception is when both players are participating in the same event led by a DM, and their
Hostilestatus interferes with the mechanics of group-play.
Hostile. This is performed through a TELL.
💡 Note: Reaper Marks provided for “self-defense” must set the entire server to
💡 Don't just attack another character. Players should engage in roleplaying opportunities prior to combat so as to give one another an opportunity to set the appropriate combat modes.
The "Right to Flee" is undertaken as follows:
Hostilein the player list.
full damageto perform the coup de grace (finish killing the character resulting in Permadeath ).
In Haze, Permadeath is unforgiving. Therefore, PvP, especially wherein no roleplay rationale existed, is met swiftly and properly by a Dungeon Master. Consequently, you must be thoroughly clear in your in-character roleplay language and out-of-character TELLs with the opponent(s). Read more about PvPMisconduct.