- Players must submit a request to the Active DM team on the forum with a minimum one week RL notice and wait for approval or rejection.
- In the request, you must detail what roleplay it is generating, what purpose it serves and what people are planned to be involved.
- You should put as much effort in to make it clear to the DM team that both sides can have the most fun out of it – not just to stomp all over your opposition.
As a reminder, a one-line DM channel notification that a raid is going to happen is not enough. And those continuing to raid without permission will be handed punishments accordingly. We are all attempting to tell a story and have fun, let us not ruin it by breaching the rules.
Note: A DM will likely reject continued raids on the same settlement and offer some peace to players enjoyment. We do not just want endless requests to raid.
When it is done improperly, those involved risk getting themselves in the chaos and increasing the potential for rule breaks. And, it leads to a lot more work for the DM team to resolve issues and go over every report.
For the purpose of this rule, any NPC populated area counts as "a settlement". That includes: Arcane Tower, various Castles/Watchtowers, Lighthouses, Ports, Outlying Inns, etc. In short: You see NPCs wandering about a place you wish to attack, get DM approval.
LittleWeasel wrote:Individual PvP within a city does not equal a Settlement Raid. This rule is particularly if you want to attack the Settlement ... Large group of people... attacking large area with many NPCs.
Raiding the two districts is a Settlement Raid. Trying to corner, and attack Uncle Bob who happens to be slinking around in one of the districts follows normal PvP engagement rules.