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i thinks its really annoying when people give the same person a freeday over again and then someone else revokes it then they both conflict so much its rlly annoying so i think there should be like a limit of special orders or something  like that

 

please let me know waht you think

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If CT A gives a T a freeday, and CT B revokes that freeday, if CT A continuously gives him a freeday immediately after, CT A is conflicting.

 

A limit of special orders don't really make sense as I find it perfectly as the way it is. If someone is conflicting orders feel free to make a player complaint or report it to an admin. Other than that there is nothing else you can do.

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This does play into favoritism at a certain point but its mostly up to admin on if it becomes excessive. Correct me if i am wrong on this. 

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There is already a rule that says that the same orders cannot be given often.  This applies to special orders too.  So if this stuff happens multiple rounds in a row, admins can punish for conflicting and/or repeating the same order often.

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On 8/12/2021 at 1:23 AM, Poke said:

If CT A gives a T a freeday, and CT B revokes that freeday, if CT A continuously gives him a freeday immediately after, CT A is conflicting.

 

A limit of special orders don't really make sense as I find it perfectly as the way it is. If someone is conflicting orders feel free to make a player complaint or report it to an admin. Other than that there is nothing else you can do.

 

On 8/12/2021 at 6:36 PM, cnb said:

There is already a rule that says that the same orders cannot be given often.  This applies to special orders too.  So if this stuff happens multiple rounds in a row, admins can punish for conflicting and/or repeating the same order often.

Poke and cnb has worded this very well, giving repetitive special orders isn't allowed. Revoking special orders is allowed without being considered as conflicting orders.

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