From The Urban Dead Wiki
Many groups in Malton maintain lists of PKers
General PKer Lists
NecroConnect maintains a bounty board on their site, designed to replace the Rogues Gallery, and make it easier for bounty hunters to do their jobs in general.
Like the Rogues Gallery that came before it, the Hunter's Hub collects PK reports, that are then approved by moderators and added to the bounty board. NecroConnect also keeps score on the bounty hunters, awarding them points equal to half the bounty on a claim (rounded up).
The Rogues Gallery
The Rogues Gallery was a full-featured tool for viewing the PKer database, reviewing PK reports and downloading a UD Tool list of PKers on demand. You could report a PKer or a collected bounty using the reporting form. Reports were reviewed and approved by RG moderators before being added to the official record. PKer sightings should have be reported to the PKer sightings thread on the Rogues Gallery forum.
Bounties were assigned at an increasing rate for repeat PKers, in hopes of providing a stronger deterrent for serial PKers while not overly penalizing those who may quickly change their play style. The database was also tied in to the DEM Revivification Requests tool, so informed revivers can avoid bringing PKers back to life to kill again. See the Rogues Gallery for details.
- Please note that while members of the DEM were the creators and first moderators of the Rogues Gallery PK list, the Rogues Gallery was an independent entity run by its own set of moderators. The DEM Council did not direct PK/bounty reporting policy. At some point, the site it was hosted on went offline.
Snitches, Hunters and Communists, oh my!
Red Rum maintains a fully fledged list of active Bounty Hunters, Snitches, Zergers, Communists, Democrats, Red Rum members, Door-to-Door salesmen and many, many, more. Formally located on the PKers Hub, this new list is still in its fledgling state and should be seeing a lot of changes in the upcoming months.
History & Controversy
There is no official Urban Dead PKer list - PKing isn't even officially an in-game concept but is rather a meta-gaming concern among players. PKer lists have been around for a long time, and have frequently been a topic of much controversy. Read the history and disclaimer sections of the PKer page for background, and check out all the available lists.
Group run PKer lists
If your group runs a PKer list that is available to the general public, please provide a link to it here.