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Roleplay Terms That New Entrants Have Difficulty Learning

Random Death Match (RDM)

One of the most crucial points of roleplay. Random Death Match yani RDM it can be extremely annoying. RDM, simply put is to cause random damage to other players in a role-less manner. You cannot harm the people in front of you unless there is a logical reason for it.

Vehicle Death Match (VDM)

Just like in Random Death Match, Vehicle Death Match can be explained as causing harm to someone without a role, but this time vehicles are involved. Willful to others as damage by car Enters VDM. Accidentally hitting someone with a vehicle is not included in VDM.

Role Check

Role check can be translated into Turkish as role query. What is mentioned here as questioning a role can be explained as explaining a rule to someone outside the role within the role. Someone with a flat tire ‘How do you drive this car?’ Saying things like this is role questioning.

Bug Abuse

Bug abuse, as the name suggests, is to gain role superiority or to attack your character by using bugs. exploiting a bug can be explained as Using game vulnerabilities for the benefit of the characters is a violation of the rules.

Combat Log

Continuing intentionally exiting the role when there is an active role It is a rule violation called Combat Log. If the connection is lost and the game can be re-entered, the game should be entered and contact the role player and continue the role again. Otherwise you will be denied roleplaying and the penalty for this is heavy on roleplay servers in general.

New Life Rule

If you are killed in a zone, you cannot go to the same zone for a period of time determined by the server administration (This time is usually 30 minutes). If you do this, you are breaking the rules.

Revenge Kill

After you die in the role and are out of the hospital, you can go back to join the fight or the person who killed you. ‘trying to take revenge’ revenge killinge enters. According to the rules, you have to pretend you don’t remember the last 30 minutes after you die, so you can’t be angry with the person who killed you and try to kill or beat that person.

GhostRP

An event that didn’t happen in the role is to show it as if it has happened and to play a role on it. It is a violation of the rules to tell an event that has not been acted out, to use it for the interests of the character.

Cop Bait

In real life, you can’t go in front of them and burn tires, drift in front of them, or pull a gun just so they can chase you, right? If you try to do this in a role, you could be penalized for a cop bait rule violation.

Ninja Jacking

Stealing a car It is called Ninja Jacking. It is a violation of the rules to disturb other players by stealing cars out of the blue without getting into the role.

Force RP

Forcing another player into roles they don’t want to get into It’s Force RP and it’s a violation of the rules. While playing a role, you have to care about the entertainment of the player in front of you as much as your own entertainment. Therefore, while acting, it is necessary to give the person the right to choose the roles to be made.

Retarded RP

without reason, unreasonable doing silly moves and roles goes into Retarded RP. This includes projecting events that cannot be realized in real life into the game.

Everything Isn’t Your Gun

Just like when you have a fight with someone in real life, you should apply this in the role, just as you do not immediately run to the nearest sharp or piercing tool. If you’re in a verbal argument, you can use what’s called ‘trash talk’ at small events like this. verbal shooting You can continue. When things get a little bigger, close range tools should be used. If roles continue for longer and conflict is now inevitable last resort weapon should be used.

Gun Out of A*s (GOOA)

If you are carrying a weapon, you must act according to its size. Actions such as pulling a stick out of your bag or pulling heavy weapons like a shotgun from your waist are GOOA role violations.

Bunny Hopping

As you may remember from games like Bunny Hopping CS:GO constantly jumping forward can be explained as It is not wise to constantly jump from one place to another in real life, so you should not do it in the role.