@Benzaiten To be honest, it sounds closer to 'no consent' than limited consent. Let's call it Extra Limited Consent.
Saying that you can avoid getting killed by avoiding RP doesn't make it limited consent.
That right there has been one of my major turn-offs as well. Not only are there people with a significant head-start but the game is for all intents and purposes no-consent. Avoiding role-play to avoid consequences isn't a form of consent, that's just called inactivity. Consent is when people have to ask you before they do certain things to you regardless of your actions. If role-playing with someone means you automatically consent to maybe being killed then your game is no-consent because you're saying by partaking in the primary method of interaction with other players you waive consent.