I am currently a little confused as to what the Warrior's Code variant of the Code of Honor quality means in regards to stray bullets. The exact wording is as follows
A character will not kill an unarmed person, take lethal action against an opponent who is unaware or unprepared for an attack or knowingly take an action that could kill someone who is defenseless (i.e., from a stray bullet or allow someone to be killed from a sniper shot). The character loses 1 Karma per unarmed or defenseless person that they kill or allow to be killed through their actions.
As far as I am aware, a stray bullet is an accident, i.e. not something the character has any control over. As I interpret the quality, the character would never willingly pick a fight that they do not consider honourable (plenty of good examples in the book), but how are characters supposed to react to accidents such as a stray bullet harming an innocent bystander?
Before you say "spray and pray", I am aware that a character wouldn't ever spray a minigun into a crowd of innocent people just to kill a target hiding in the middle - this is pretty obvious. My question is solely about the unintended harm to someone unarmed.