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[SOLVED][Hairless] - [Chancellor_Ben_Beaufort] NRR (No Revenge Rule)

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Your in-game name at the time of the incident: Hairless

The person(s) you are reporting: Chancellor_Ben_Beaufort

The time and date of the incident: 12:35 - 30/07/2018

What you are reporting them for: NRR (No Revenge Rule)

The full story:
Killed him, then he came back kicked me, killed him again and then he just kicked me again and smacked me without any kill reason. Double NRR and he also said he dont care so i wont bother accepting refund.

Proof, and/or anything that will help the investigation:
logs

Would you accept a refund from the accused player? If so specify the amount: No


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19 minutes ago, Hairless said:

Your in-game name at the time of the incident: Hairless

The person(s) you are reporting: Chancellor_Ben_Beaufort

The time and date of the incident: 12:35 - 30/07/2018

What you are reporting them for: NRR (No Revenge Rule)

The full story:
Killed him, then he came back kicked me, killed him again and then he just kicked me again and smacked me without any kill reason. Double NRR and he also said he dont care so i wont bother accepting refund.

Proof, and/or anything that will help the investigation:
logs

Would you accept a refund from the accused player? If so specify the amount: No

 

why don't you go and smoke something for relaxation?

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Good morning,

Ben messaged over steam and accepted the fact he was in the wrong.

He'll be warned due to NRR as this is his first offence.

 

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Solved & moved.

The complaint was solved by the admin and his verdict is the final judgement. If you have evidence that the verdict was given upon wrong proof, you may dispute the verdict by posting a ban appeal, message the admin on the forum or posting an admin complaint in this order. If you feel you were handled unfairly without valid evidence you cannot dispute the verdict.

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