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|0001529||SphereServer||executable - generic||public||06-10-08 01:08||11-03-16 20:11|
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|Summary||0001529: Going pk/criminal on innocent party|
|Description||Ppl disband the 'innocent' party, and don't attack the target anymore.|
If this targ die, the attacker will become gray (and gain kill).
Maybe this problem can be fixed clearing PARTY war targs on party disband?
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|eh - what?|
There's 2 party types: innocent (I can attack and do criminal actions on party members and I won't get criminal) and.. not innocent.
To train combat skills, ppl create an innocent party and start fighting on a guarded region. No problem, both players wont be criminal, it's an innocent party.
So, these players stop attacking, disband the party and player 1 goes to a dungeon. On the dungeon, he dies to a ultra mega daemon, and player 2, now at his calm home, will get +1 kill.
But he doesn't kill the other player to get this kill, they fight only as "innocent", and the player must not gain this kill.
Ah, ok. Now I understand.
Will have a look at this while I'm messing around with party triggers :)
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|06-10-08 01:08||Coruja||New Issue|
|06-10-08 01:08||Coruja||Nightly Version||=> 09-09-2008|
|06-10-08 01:08||Coruja||Experimental Flags||=> None|
|06-10-08 01:08||Coruja||Option Flags||=> None|
|06-10-08 02:39||nazghul||Note Added: 0000105|
|06-10-08 02:56||Coruja||Note Added: 0000107|
|06-10-08 12:52||nazghul||Note Added: 0000109|
|14-12-13 21:19||khaos||Note Added: 0001834|
|14-12-13 21:20||khaos||Assigned To||=> khaos|
|14-12-13 21:20||khaos||Status||new => feedback|
|11-03-16 19:50||Lightsource||Note Added: 0003013|
|11-03-16 20:11||Lightsource||Issue Monitored: Lightsource|
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