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What happens when a rogue fireball meets an NPC's forehead? What about a sword accident or a mistake in pressing a button and ending up stealing an unimportant item off of a desk or table? Would NPCs report to guards? The answer is Yes, they would. But you can change it. Anyone, who sees you committing a crime, they will become the witnesses. If you want to commit a crime, but don’t want to get caught. Quickly eliminate them after a crime. If you did not manege successfully, a bounty will be placed with your face in town or city.After a bounty is placed, the guards will come to arrest you. Even in the other cities or towns that you don’t have any bounties, the guards will not allow your admittance. The following actions are considered as criminal actions:
  • Stealing items or horses
  • Pickpocketing  an item
  • Picking a lock, trespassing
  • Starting a fight, except that defending yourself , or killing a non-aggressive character
If you are caught by the guards, you typically have the following options: Pay off your Bounty and avoid jail:
  • “Any stolen items in your inventory will be removed, including items you stole while undetected.”
Resist arrest:
  • “Guards will attack you if you resist. If you escape, the Bounty will remain on your head in that city or town, and guards will try to arrest you if you return. If you yield by sheathing your sword, the guards may stop attacking you depending your reputation, though they will still arrest you.”
Go to jail and avoid the fine:
  • “If you go to jail, you can attempt to pick the lock of your jail cell and escape undetected. To serve your time, activate the bed in your cell and you will appear outside when your time is served, your progress towards skill increases is lost depending how long your sentence is.”

 


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