Admin In-Game Name: Hima Lowa Approximate Time and Date of Incident: 10/1 3:30 PM EST Any proof (Screenshots, videos, console logs, etc). Proof is not required to post an admin complaint. Your complaint: My complaint is that I was officially warned for a "rule" that is mentioned nowhere in the rules, rather than simply having it explained to me. For context, here is what happened in the RP situation: I fired a gun in town hall An officer pursued me I killed myself upstairs via lethal injection to avoid going back to prison Chronet rules make no mention whatsoever of suicide, dying to avoid arrest, etc. I was told that this has "been a standard rule for a long time", yet the rules make no mention of it in any context. I was quoted the "unfair" rule, which seems to be a catch all, but I do not think the RP situation was unfair. It is perfectly reasonable that a previously convicted felon would rather die than go to prison again. This could be a type of gang mentality "don't let them take you alive", a result of bad experiences being in prison before, etc. People suicide by cop or die to avoid arrest pretty frequently IRL, so I'm not sure why this would be classified as an unfair roleplay situation. ERU still has the opportunity to revive the unconscious player Lethal Injections exist, and I was told by Hima they have no roleplay functionality outside of getting yourself unstuck. If this is the case, I believe this should be mentioned in the rules. The existence of lethal injections would strongly point to the fact that suicide is a valid roleplay situation. My problem is there is literally no way for anyone to know this is against the rules. As mentioned above, the existence of lethal injections would lead most people to believe suicide is a viable option. When I said this to Hima, he said to consider my official warning notice that it's against the rules. I believe it would make more sense to communicate to a player that they are breaking an "unwritten rule" BEFORE handing out an official warning - this is the meat of my complant. For what it's worth this isn't really a complaint against Hima personally - I have seen other admins often cite people for unwritten rules. Updating your rules should always be a top priority, and if something like this is a common occurrence it should certainly be in the rule book before you hand out warnings for it.