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On [[SWRP]], the sense differs from a sim to another. For example, the use of [[OOC]] chat or devices may be allowed on place where [[roleplay]] is not enforced. Also killing players without a mutual roleplay may be allowed in some place a intended realism, while not in some others.
 
On [[SWRP]], the sense differs from a sim to another. For example, the use of [[OOC]] chat or devices may be allowed on place where [[roleplay]] is not enforced. Also killing players without a mutual roleplay may be allowed in some place a intended realism, while not in some others.
   
The victims can defend, moving away, ignoring the griefer or complaining to the sim staff. Replying by similar acts is not recommended.
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The victims can defend, moving away, ignoring the griefer or complaining to the sim staff. Replying by similar acts is not recommended.
   
 
= References =
 
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* [http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Griefer| Griefer] in Second Life wiki.
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* [http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Griefer%7C Griefer] in Second Life wiki.
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Griefer| Griefer] in Wikipedia
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Griefer%7C Griefer] in Wikipedia
 
 
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Revision as of 07:18, 13 May 2013

A griefer, in computer games, is a player harassing other players.

On a general way, griefer abuse of the game mechanism, preventing other to counter, in the purpose to cause grief.

On SWRP, the sense differs from a sim to another. For example, the use of OOC chat or devices may be allowed on place where roleplay is not enforced. Also killing players without a mutual roleplay may be allowed in some place a intended realism, while not in some others.

The victims can defend, moving away, ignoring the griefer or complaining to the sim staff. Replying by similar acts is not recommended.

References