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Tips Guardians - Announcement "Zap"

Announcement "ZAP" 

Annoucement Zap

Is ZAP a spell?
NO 

But who can use this ad? 

In order to physically and emotionally protect young participants of Ragnarok, there is an announcement that all adult participants can make about a child 

 As an adult you have a responsibility towards younger people. They participate like you in the event, but, they do not have your experience to know whether or not they are in the right place at the right time. The purpose of this announcement is to protect the youngest. 

For example, during a fight in the city or a fight, it is not necessary that young people find themselves in the middle of adults for your safety and theirs. We would not want to help to get up a man in armor who has just fallen on a young man. 

The RP side 

Location: I see that the street begins to fill with people and that other warriors come in front and want to fight. At the same time, young people are standing next to me playing with these friends. 

 I am a warrior: I turn to the young and with a "mean" look, I tell them. "Will you hide goblin band ..." 

 I am a mage: With a strong intonation, I announce to them. "Young adventurers, the time has come for you to disappear ..." 

 I am a scholar: I look at them and announce them. "The bell has rung, it seems to me that it's time to go on an apprenticeship ..." 

 A little second later (as you drew their attention) you announce "ZAP". 

 What if they do not know the ZAP ad? 

You take it upon yourself to entrust them to a nearby guard, or if there is none, you take the time to put them in the shelter, you will run back into the fight. Security is, remember, your priority in these cases. 

 ZAP Zone 

There is a way to put your caravan or a part of it in "Zone ZAP", a visible sign "Zone ZAP" must be clearly visible at the entrance of the caravan or the zone. Clearly demarcated, this area is inaccessible to children. (It must be validated by a guardian). 

 And adults in all this? It is therefore essential to explain to children the particularities of this announcement and these areas and how they must respond to them, before the start of IT.