Still used instigating wrong.
bring about or initiate (an action or event).
I hadn't started or done anything besides be there and help explain the rules since Freeman was AFK.
I'm not an admin and I never claimed to be, but I do know the rules well enough to explain them because Freeman was AFK and it is very easy to quote directly out of the rules page.
Acceptable reasons to kill players with a text warning (Unless defending someone):
Someone is attempting to propkill. (Although contacting an admin would be more beneficial)
Now you could argue that he wasn't prop killing so the rule does apply, because you said that he was prop BLOCKING you, but you should still call an admin. You also didn't give him a text warning as you stated, and went directly to killing him without any form of warning. As it went on with you getting the rules thrown at you so you understand that what you did was wrong, you changed your story to that he was trying to prop KILL you. You first said Wolf was prop blocking the doorway, not prop killing. He was spamming though, no doubt about that.
Another thing that went on was that you killed Wolf in his own house because he was in the door way not letting you through the door when another door was already open. That's a pretty dick move. He owned the building so he can stand where he wants and there was another door so you could have left that way instead of killing him.
What I was told the reason you got in the most trouble was that you were sitting there like a broken record saying over and over that you are allowed to kill him BEFORE calling an admin. Even when Freeman said no, you told freeman he was wrong and that you were allowed to.
I'm not an admin, so I don't get to do the +/- support, just bringing the full information, one cap at a time.
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