This article is about the Real World
Rules and RegulationsEdit
Two teams fight each other in order to win. The team that wins two rounds first will win the entire match. This is different from Warzone because each team have a set amount of lives. Once these lives are drained from the team, each player will get one more life each. Players can be revived when downed, however they can only be revived twice. On their 3rd "life", once they take too much damage, they die. If the time runs out, the team with the most remaining lives wins the round. This was implemented to stop rounds from being too long and easily leading to a stalemate, therefore prolonging the match.
In Judgment, players do not go into a DBNO state, and there isn't a set amount of lives for each team. Instead, each team must score a set amount of kills, meaning all 5 players on a team can still be alive even if the opposing team only requires one more kill to win.
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