As a member of the crew, you are not allowed to engage in PvP fights in public lobbies unless you, or your goods, are under direct attack that you can’t escape without engaging in PvP. PvP modes (like adversary modes) are not limited by this rule.
Intentionally annoying other players in any way can be considered griefing. If someone that you have intentionally annoyed attacks you, you will be considered the instigator of the incident.
If you want to engage in freemode PvP, you must leave the crew entirely and remove all SAFE players from your friend list. If you wish to rejoin at a later date, you can reapply normally.
You are not allowed to attack or interfere with other players’ sales, sourcing runs or other open lobby activities (i.e. Headhunter). This includes, but is not limited to, reckless or inconsiderate behavior near sales as well as direct attacks.
As a player in general:
Keep a safe distance to other players’ runs unless they ask for help. This will reduce the risk of confusion and lower the chances of being caught in the crossfire, since most activities spawn NPCs that are hostile to all players in the lobby.
As a seller:
Communicate how many sales you wish to do and start them when you have enough members. As a guideline, three helpers are enough for any kind of sale, so please don’t hog helpers and prevent them from helping others. Avoid sale trains (3 or more sales in a row) unless you are helping other players with their sales. On average, you are expected to help others roughly the same amount of times as you have received help.
As a helper:
Follow the seller’s instructions unless they involve glitches. Make your run as quick as possible without being reckless. Certain vehicles (i.e. an Oppressor) may be considered as reckless behavior. Certain sales require you to protect the goods from hostile NPCs, please consider appropriate protection for these cases.
Business Battle rules:
If you want to participate in BB you must own a Nightclub and announce your participation in the in-game chat prior moving to the product. To claim the product you must be a reasonable distance to the location, only two players can claim a BB (and split the product) prior to engaging in the activity. If one player is already at the location of the BB or holds the goods; it's their product. BB runs are treated like any other source or sale.
Occupying a CEO/MC slot without needing to:
You are not allowed to occupy a CEO/MC slot if you are not actively making money (sales, runs etc.) through CEO/MC activities. If you are using a slot for sourcing or other activities that do not require a public session, you are expected to give up your slot for sale runs when you're asked but only after you have finished your current activity.
You are fully responsible for ensuring that your SocialClub (SC) profile matches our standards at any time. If your profile does not match the standards we may limit your access to crew features.
Certain crews are banned from friend list either for being a generic crew or because of trouble they have previously caused (https://www.reddit.com/r/SAFECrew/wiki/banned_crews). The crew has also banned certain players and therefore, you are not allowed to be friends with them. Banned crews and friends are listed at the bottom of the page.
Your SC profile must be “visible to everyone” during the application process. You may
change this to “visible to friends and crew” once you become a member. If you are under 18, please message us since
you won’t be able to set your profile to public.
While playing in our sessions, random non-crew players from outside may join the session. In this event, a kickvote will be initiated. It is mandatory to participate in kickvotes as soon as you are able to. Participating in kickvotes takes priority over other activities in the game.
How to kick?
First, in-game: Pause > Online > Players > Highlight the player > kick. Then, check your session channel: if the kick has already been announced, react by clicking on the “kick” icon. If not, post the random non-crew player’s name in the relevant session channel together with a "kick" icon. Do not split kickvotes.
You may bring your friends into certain unofficial sessions by vouching for them. Vouching is never allowed in official sessions (named sessions with corresponding Discord channels). It’s the host’s decision whether vouching is allowed in the unofficial session or not. Ask them first unless it’s pinned in the channel. Your friend’s profile needs to match our profile standards and they have to obey the same rules as any other member of the crew. Before they join, you have to announce this in #unofficial and in the session in-game.
You may create or join a custom crew (a crew sporting a SAFE tag in SC) while being a member of SAFE. These custom crews are allowed only if all the members are SAFE members. If you are the leader of such a custom crew, it is your responsibility to ensure that all crew members are also SAFE members. If you are a member of such a crew, it is your responsibility to leave the crew if there are non-SAFE members sporting the SAFE tag. Doing so reduces the chances of randoms sneaking into our session undetected.
When playing in our sessions you have to monitor the corresponding Discord channel. You have to respond there to friend requests and kickvotes. If you get tagged by staff in any channels, please respond in the corresponding channel.
While a member of the crew, you have to check the #announcements channel regardless of how active you are in the community. All important information will be posted there so if you want to remain in the SC crew - make sure to always read announcements.
Your Discord nickname has to be a letter perfect match to your SC name the entire time that you are a verified member of the crew.
Advertising SAFE Crew is not allowed on any platforms.
Streaming in our sessions is not allowed unless all members in the session agree to
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