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JEDI KNIGHT II: RULES OF ENGAGEMENT

Rules of Engagement

It is getting rather annoying when you turn off your saber to challenge someone to a duel and some lamer comes running up behind you or snipes you from long range...so I decided to put together these simple rules that are easy to follow. Now most experienced players already follow these rules of engagement (though there are some who do not--most do).

  • If someone has their saber drawn but not lit (you can do this by pressing 1 to draw your saber than press 1 again to turn it off--press attack to relight it), DO NOT ATTACK THEM, they are trying to type or issue a challenge to you or someone else.


  • If you are challenged to a duel for Pete’s sake press the K key (yeah it's the key between the J and L keys) to accept or simply walk away, do not fire at the unarmed person challenging you.


  • When two people are dueling they have a bluish/black glow about them, you cannot hurt them while they are dueling, so do everyone a favor and just leave them alone. Do no try to fight them as it serves no purpose and you just get in the way.


  • Remember only two people can enter duel mode at once, so if you see some dueling, then you know you cannot accept a challenge or issue one till they are done, so don't waste precious killing time trying to.


  • Good players will find a spot and post a challenge where they are so others can come duel them (you'd be amazed at how many can teach you some moves or two)....if you go there, use the saber...don't go in with guns blasting or tossing detonators like candy.


  • Remember it's just a game, but everyone deserves courtesy. No need to get mad and curse at players. Heck there are many a time when I have died and I congratulated they person who killed me. Players remember such and game play becomes much more fun all around.
-- Dar, 4/5/02

 

 
 

 



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