A G-line, also known as a global kill line, is a global network ban. It’s similar to a K-line or kill line in that a user is banned from a network. The major difference between a G-line and a K-line is that while a K-line only disconnects a user from a single server, a G-line disconnects the user from an entire network. A user usually receives a G-line after he or she has received a K-line on another server and continues to abuse the network from a different server.
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