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Grouping and Alignment
I've read that you get flagged for being in an ARAC clan/alliance.
1. Do you turn red for grouping outside of your race?
2 .Do you get any alignment penalties for healing races you are at war with?
3. Do you get alignment penalties or flagged for trading with different races?
  • Last Edit: January 03, 2018, 05:04:40 am by Zylo

Re: Grouping and Alignment
Reply #1
I've read that you get flagged for being in an ARAC clan/alliance.
1. Do you turn red for grouping outside of your race?
2 .Do you get any alignment penalties for healing races you are at war with?
3. Do you get alignment penalties or flagged for trading with different races?

Its not in yet

Re: Grouping and Alignment
Reply #2
I've read that you get flagged for being in an ARAC clan/alliance.
1. Do you turn red for grouping outside of your race?
2 .Do you get any alignment penalties for healing races you are at war with?
3. Do you get alignment penalties or flagged for trading with different races?

Its not in yet

Any announcements on when they are and any specifics to it?

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Re: Grouping and Alignment
Reply #3

You already get flagged grey for healing a red or an enemy race. Not sure about grouping or trading  though I haven't seen it announced.

Tbh a penalty for trading ain't the best idea ever.
LRM - Epoch

Re: Grouping and Alignment
Reply #4

You already get flagged grey for healing a red or an enemy race. Not sure about grouping or trading  though I haven't seen it announced.

Tbh a penalty for trading ain't the best idea ever.

Right now I believe that some people could exploit the system if no flagging.
One instance would be an alt account of a different faction. They tell them where people are farming. Their real accounts kill these people. Trade the stuff over to their alt account. Alt can bank nearby without repurcussions.

There are some points where it wouldn't be good to have flagging though. It's one of those hard things to pin down.