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Hi, I am wondering how it is possible for somebody to kill me in a no-combat area. Sorry if this is in the wrong forum, but I am a scripter and would like to know the mechanism behind what I observed.

I was killed by somebody in a parcel with damage disabled, and involuntarily teleported home by it. No experiences were involved, I have rlva off, and the message I got upon dying was exactly like the message I normally receive when dying. Is there any way he could have done this?

Edit: He also was a manager of the parcel I was at, if that makes any difference

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5 hours ago, Mollymews said:

you were sent home by what is generally referred to as a security orb. Which uses this LSL function:

http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/LlTeleportAgentHome

It was not a security orb. Upon teleporting, a message saying something like "You died and have been teleported to your home location." The message was said by "Second Life." When I right clicked on the message, there was no object profile option, meaning that the message could not have been sent by an object.

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To answer your question, if you saw the "You died and have been teleported to your home location."  message, you were killed on damage-enabled land.

You can not be killed through this method if server-side damage is disabled. However note that when this setting is toggled some viewers do not immediately display your health and this can cause some confusion.

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