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About Attacking the City's Guards

The cityguards of the cities of Padorn, Razza, Silverlining, Saint Susi, and Lonar are protected by law.

Attacking them means attacking the whole city as well.

Any person who is found fighting a guard (attacker) may immediately and without giving any warning be attacked by any citizen of Xyllomer, except by outlaws. The defender's attack to support the guard may be performed by any means.

If the attacker is killed during the fight, his/her whole inventory may be taken as a reward. If the defender is killed, he/she is free to make an accusation of playerkill at the court.

If the attacker quits the fight and runs away, he/she may be hunted (and killed if being caught) by the defender or any team led by the defender as long as the attacker is staying inside the city, he has just attacked. The right of hunting ends, as soon as the attacker is driven out of the attacked city.

Any reported case of attacking the guards protected by this law will be fined with a basic fine of 10 platinum coins payable to the City of Padorn. No fine will be raised, if the attacker gets killed due to his/her attack on the guard.


About Violating the City's Inhabitants' Security

Undeads of any kind, demons, and imps (i.e. the whole evil breed) are strictly forbidden inside the cities of Padorn, Razza, Silverlining, Saint Susi, and Lonar.

Their mere presence is a deadly threat to all inhabitants of the city and thus is assumed as an attack on the whole city.

Anyone who is found inside one of these cities teaming with undeads, demons, or imps (attacker) may be estimated as attacking the whole city. Thus it is allowed to attack him/her without giving any warning to protect the city's inhabitants' security. Kills resulting of such an attack are not punishable by the court. Furthermore the whole inventory of the attacker may be taken as a reward. But if the defender of the city's security dies during the fight, he/she is free to make an accusation of playerkill at the court.

If the attacker quits the fight and runs away, he/she may be hunted (and killed if being caught) by the defender or any team led by the defender as long as the attacker is staying inside the city, he has just attacked. The right of hunting ends, as soon as the attacker is driven out of the attacked city.

Arim, Judge of Padorn


Written and edited at the 2. day in the month of the kangaroo, 242 AF

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