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The new change disallows people with nlr exemptions (arma'd) to respawn where they died. Not being able to respawn where you died only when you were killed by a player or suicide via escape menu would allow those exempt from nlr to respawn where they died while making the breaking of nlr much more difficult for others.

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49 minutes ago, notsodank said:

The new change disallows people with nlr exemptions (arma'd) to respawn where they died. Not being able to respawn where you died only when you were killed by a player or suicide via escape menu would allow those exempt from nlr to respawn where they died while making the breaking of nlr much more difficult for others.

just got armad out of a plane and had to drive 5k to get my briefcase

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NLR was the single most broken rule

This change won't make NLR any less likely to be broken, it just means you'll have to work for it now ^_^

1 hour ago, Icy said:

just got armad out of a plane and had to drive 5k to get my briefcase

Being a shit pilot isn't considered "getting armaed" ;D

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9 hours ago, Tarquanda said:

bro I swear if I'm not able to spawn at my house after my dumbass friends kill me at it Ima be pissed 😂

Its called an epi pen or medic.

thats how NLR has always worked.

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3 hours ago, Tarquanda said:

Getting RDM'd bout to get a whole lot more frustrating 

Being RDM’ed would still give you NLR only being killed by Arma bug and other situational events can ignore NLR

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