Yesterday's night I was a little tired and loosing attention to what was going on the game, which leaded me to fail to notice that my team had already took the enemy flag and still advancing and killing enemies.
I have been asked why and my answer was that I was tired and I should go to bed, to excuse myself.
It was a night like others, with some players commenting others players actions or misconducts like not falling back, shooting in spawn, or shooting across the map… Nothing exceptional.
I'm telling you this as an introduction to what follows: rules always lead us to a certain bitterness.
Furthermore, rules in civilisation undoubtedly exists, but you all will agree with me that rarely applies to war, which it's the annihilation of well-living rules.
I think that I have found, if not a solution, at least a perspective: no rules.
Gentlewomen* and gentlemen will always play fair (and fail sometimes, as humans do), and others don't, thus will always be recognised and happy welcomed.
Last, let's people watch themselves and see what happens, if only for a short period of time, as a test.