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#REDIRECT [[Timers]]
Crimewatch was introduced in the Retribution expansion. It consists of [[Bounty Hunting System|bounties]], flags, and kill rights.
see [[Bounty Hunting System]]
There are different types of flags: weapons, pvp, npc, suspect, & criminal. Depending on your actions, you can receive multiple flags
*weapon flags are given If you activate something like an ECM burst or smartbomb and nobody gets hit. You can also gain a weapons flag if you assist a flagged player who has a flag more severe than you. See images for details. The flag prevents you from jumping, docking, or changing ships in space for 60 seconds.
*pvp flags are received when you attack another player or another player attacks you. It prevents your ship disappearing from space if you log off. This lasts for 15 minutes.
*npc flags are given when you attack an npc or an npc attacks you
*suspect and criminal flags depend on what you do and where you do it. See images for details.
=Kill Rights=
Kill rights are generated when a criminal flag is put on a player. In hi-sec,  kill rights are only available if your ship is attacked in hi-sec. In lo-sec, kill rights are only available if you are podded.
Remote repairing a criminal does not generate a kill right; however, the repairer will receive a criminal flag
Kill rights are saved and can be activated anytime until it expires in 30 days
Kill rights can be bought and activated in one action.
You can set up your overview to have brackets for open kill rights. So you can easily spot a target, buy and activate the kill right, and attack
==Using a Kill Right==
When you activate a kill right, your target will gain a suspect flag and can be attacked legally by anyone in the vicinity.
You can also put your kill right up for sale. The price can be from zero to whatever you want. -CCP SoniClover notes the following
* If the kill right is made available to everyone, but at a low price, the targeted player can simply use an alt or a friend to get rid of the kill right. This is then just an extra hoop to jump through for those players frequently causing others to get kill rights on them.
* If the kill right is made available to everyone, but at a high price, then there is much less of a chance of it being activated constantly and thus less of a hassle. This is especially true when considering that players will likely be wary of kill right scams and thus not keen on paying to activate a kill right with a considerable cost.
* If the kill right is made available to a specific entity, then this is little different than being at war – you just need to remember whom to look out for as it is not as clearly shown as for war.

Latest revision as of 17:19, 19 February 2016

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