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Abusing defibs.

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I truly believe that medics are abusing their defibs way too much. Not all of them, but the rule needs to be enforced harder I feel. Perhaps make it a warnable offence. (Unless it already is)

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If they're abusing their defibs, you have two choices to make to solve it. One you can report it to their CO's or you can do /ticket to contact a Staff Member if they can solve it. There are rules for it, it's only used on down troopers, not on live troopers.

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@Ace If you do catch people abusing defibs you can tell them off and if they don't listen you can resort to what Andy stated above. Defib abuse is a warnable offence as well.

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5 minutes ago, Gibbzy said:

@Ace If you do catch people abusing defibs you can tell them off and if they don't listen you can resort to what Andy stated above. Defib abuse is a warnable offence as well.

Alright thanks for letting me know it is warnable, I mentioned it in admin chat before and no one rly cared so I didnt know

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Seems more like a staff matter than anything, standard spiel here. Report players misusing their defibrillators through the /ticket system. If the matter is consistent or the issue seems solely from a particular regiment contact their Commanding Officer, or Republic High Command and there should be reprimands.

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21 minutes ago, Coric said:

Seems more like a staff matter than anything, standard spiel here. Report players misusing their defibrillators through the /ticket system. If the matter is consistent or the issue seems solely from a particular regiment contact their Commanding Officer, or Republic High Command and there should be reprimands.

Yeah it is a staff matter more than anything, just thought it was worth bringing up.

38 minutes ago, Rein/Shockwave said:

Give me a PM or a DM if one of my boys do such.

Will do man.

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