There's been some discussion about the ethics and legality of certain types of dueling. So I thought I'd highlight some instances and let people sound off on whether they think they should be allowed or disallowed. Here goes: 1: Player A has been attacked and is down to 20 health. He visits Player B's town and unequips his weapon and knocks himself out to get 48 hours of time without being dueled. 2. Player A has been attacked and is down to 20 health. He visits Player B's town and keeps his weapon, but is knocked out, as he had planned, to get 48 hours of time without being dueled. 3. Player A and Player B agree to a duel. Neither party knows the other's stance, and both have their highest-powered weapons and fighting gear equipped. 4. Does your answer change if the players are in allied towns? 5. Same scenario, but now both unequip their weapons. So it's hand-to-hand combat. Legal or illegal? 6. Would your answer change if they both equipped the same weapon, like a precise pepperbox revolver or a clay jar? (In a sense, are we basing ethics and legality on the amount of damage that can be inflicted.) Thoughts?