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What Can and Cannot Be Reported In This Section

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# 1Sheriff AA Feb 9 2011, 20:01 PM
Recently, it seems some members have had several questions as to what can be reported and cannot be reported. In response to this. we the staff team have decided to provide you with this list containing common cases which can be reported, and cases in which should not be reported. I hope this topic will answer all of your questions.


Things That Can Be Reported In This Section:

These are some of the most common cases in which can be reported:

1. A ranked game in which the offender may have disconnected intentionally to avoid a loss of points.
Required Evidence: Replay of the game in question.
Very useful Evidence: Screenshot of the disconnect counter as it nears 0(this is required if the game is not found)
Optional Evidence: Screenshots of the offender admitting he disconnected on purpose.

2. A ranked or unranked game in which the offender uses a cheat to intentionally crash the game to avoid a loss to the offender's record as well as preventing a loss of points. Keep in mind, that we do NOT process crash reports on games with custom maps.
Required Evidence: Damaged Replay of the game in question(even after your game crashes the Last Replay is always saved thus you always have evidence to a gamecrash)
Optional Evidence: Screenshot of the error message you get when the game crashes.

3. A ranked game in which an outlawed bug/exploit is used by the offender in attempt to win the match. If you have a question on wether or not a certain bug is considered an exploit then feel free to PM any RA3 Staff Member.
Required Evidence: Replay of the game in question.

4. A ranked game in which a player intentionally desyncs the game to avoid a loss of points.
Required Evidence: Replay of the game in question.
Optional Evidence: Screenshot of the desync message.

5. A player in which you think is pointpushing on the official ladder, meaning that two or more players are giving each other freewins to up their rank and "point push" the ladder.
Required Evidence: Player's match history with a list of the games in question as well as all players involved.

6. A player in which is impersonating another player and attempting to damage the other players reputation, clan, etc.
Required Evidence: Link to offenders account, screenshot of the abusive behaviour.

7. A ranked game in which the offender uses a bug to double shrink the allied MCV with a Cryocopter.
Required Evidence: Replay of the game in question.

8. A ranked game in which the offender team-kills a player on their team in an attempt of ladder sabotage.
Required Evidence: Replay of the game in question.

9. A ranked or unranked game in which the offender uses any sort of 3rd party program to hack the game to give themselves any sort of unfair advantage in the match. This includes map hacking/glitching.
Required Evidence: Replay of the game in question.

Things That Cannot Be Reported In This Section:

1. An unranked game in which the offender may have disconnected intentionally to avoid a loss to their overall record.

2. An unranked game in which the offender may have caused to desync intentionally in which to avoid a loss to their overall record.

3. An unranked game in which the offender uses an outlawed bug/exploit in an attempt to win the match.

4. A game in which you suspect the offender intentionally caused the game to lagg to try and interfere with the gameplay. There is no way to prove this thus it can't be reported.

5. An unranked game in which the offender team-kills a person on their team.

If you have any questions regarding something that was just mentioned or something that was not listed on this list, then feel free to PM any Red Alert 3 Staff Member and we will do our best to help you.

This post has been edited by Sheriff AA: Nov 29 2013, 18:16 PM

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