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  1. Written down and in practice, this is a good system. However, after the 1 month period unofficial gangs are going to become irrelevant once the better roleplay gangs are accepted. The current system gives anybody the chance to have a stab in the criminal faction life in terms of recruitment and actual beef. We can see new gangs rising and participating almost every single day. This current system encourages those to work their way up to become "recognized" rather than official with an application. You can see this as of recently with the newish gangs... Vagos, Los Zetas, The Gates, etc. Unofficial gangs will become irrelevant without server sided support after this one month period. I've seen it fail before but I'm hopeful it'll work.
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    Chuck - Ryan Bando (Punishment Appeal)

    I edited to correct my mistakes and make additions, that's what the definition of edit is. I'm already aware I made edits to this thread multiple times. Are we just increasing our post count as this point? It's unnecessary to claim I shouldn't edit things out of context when it wasn't done or make "too many edits" in general.
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    Chuck - Ryan Bando (Punishment Appeal)

    then why even mention the fact I edited my comments if it wasn't the case? what the
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    Chuck - Ryan Bando (Punishment Appeal)

    I've currently served 1/4'th of a ban that was unjustified. Your buddy told me someone was going to reply soon, which was 8 hours ago.
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    Chuck - Ryan Bando (Punishment Appeal)

    Because you do not believe that adding charges is not a valid reason to attack does not counter the roleplay reason for why I had done it. We have two different thoughs, hence why I created this complaint appeal. 5.3.1. Deathmatch is the act of killing or hurting another player or damaging their property intentionally without having a valid in-character reason to do that. Breaking this rule repeatedly will end in a permanent ban. A valid in-character reason to attack the officer was clearly established. Between we see eye to eye to how valid it is; it's an in-character reason regardless. I do not care what I was going to be charged with. He claimed he was going to charge me after I was resisting his orders and knew my I.D. This is a roleplay reason to attack him as I do not wish to be charged by an Officer who has confirmed my I.D. and established the fact he was going to charge me. It is the fact alone he was aware of my identification and announced that he was going to charge me which started the conflict. I dislike the fact that we have to debate what a roleplay reason to attack someone is, shouldn't you already be aware of that? I understand each complaint is a case by case situation and you as an administrator make decisions based on what you see and comprehend. I do not agree with your actions or standards of roleplay. Interaction and roleplay kinda drives the server and in this case, I have not broken a single rule. I had an in-character reason based off of roleplay and player interaction. This negates the definition of deathmatch.
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    Chuck - Ryan Bando (Punishment Appeal)

    I don't think we're on the same page here. My entire post deconstructs your rationality of how you're using examples to justify banning me. Where does it say in the rule book that I can only attack an officer AFTER the charges are placed and I am going to be arrested? It doesn't. Did you skip over the entire part where I explained that examples written under the Deathmatch rule does not directly imply you can only attack when under that circumstance? These are examples, not guidelines. I propose you list off guidelines to attack other players to your higher upers so situations like these can be avoided. The examples are there to assist newer players when and when not they should attack another. The rule is purposely written the way it is for admins and players, such as yourself, to interpret situations under what you find roleplay to be and act based on such knowledge. You're contradicting yourself. Can you only attack people for the reasons listed under EXAMPLES of Deathmatch? No. The Officer claimed he was going to charge me after I confirmed my identification, this is now a state of which Ryan Bando has an in-character, justified, roleplay reason to attack him and his partner as he does not desire being charged after yelling, not complying, and disrespecting officers. This now outclasses the definition of Deathmatch, an act of which you harm/kill a player without a proper roleplay reason. That is a roleplay and proper reason to have done what was done. This is actually disgusting. You assume that players can only attack other players for EXAMPLES under Deathmatch. What about the situations that aren't listed under Examples, @Charlie Mangione? Is it not deathmatch then? Without the examples in mind, which are ONLY examples to guide players, your logic for banning me under "deathmatch" falls flat on it's back as roleplay reasoning was estabished. Read the definition.
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    Chuck - Ryan Bando (Punishment Appeal)

    Congrats on 600 posts btw! That's a real milestone but let's deconstruct your reply as everything you've written is irrelevant. Deathmatch is the act of killing or hurting another player (or damaging their property) without a proper roleplay reason. An attempt to break this rule will result in a temporary or permanent ban. Your assumption is a good enough reason to ban a player? I thought you'd want to be 100% with your decisions as an administrator? I was not pulling over, I was shit talking, I was telling them to eat a dick and die as heard in the video. I was going to get out of the vehicle and fire at the officers regardless if my buddies shot as I obtained a roleplay reason to attack the Officer and Cadet. Under the impression I am going to be placed under arrest once the Officer announced he had confirmed my identification and was going to add charges was he then laid out by a pile of bricks. My character shot them BEFORE they can place charges which would lead to an arrest in the future. This timing factor has no relevance to this conversation and I am unaware to why you've asked. A ROLEPLAY REASON can be established at this point in time, hence why I told him that he was going to die. The officer claimed he was going to charge me which is why I killed them. This is very obvious in the video. The outdated rules have no change in the definition of deathmatch, by the way. The updated rules can be found here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1t32pTy6QT9Lu7MBkqB4Eq7oKustLegT1/view) Refer to 7.2.1. Compare both of the definitions of deathmatch and check back on this thread, it's literally the same thing. My character had a roleplay reason to attack the officer after he had claimed I was being charged, probably for failure to comply? I have now obtained a roleplay reason to attack the police officer in-characterly. This rules out Deathmatch. You've listed EXAMPLES for situations, it is also important to note that these examples are EXAMPLES. An EXAMPLE of a roleplay reason to attack somebody should not be used to compare an entirely different situation. These examples in the rules document are not strict guidelines to when you can attack a player, thus ruling out what you have bolded in your post. I am eager for you to explain in detail how Ryan Bando killed a police officer without a proper roleplay reason as all the roleplay and in-character interactions to why such officers were laid out are presented in the video, @Charlie Mangione.
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    Chuck - Ryan Bando (Punishment Appeal)

    edited because I failed to @ the right person but @Charlie Mangione
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    Chuck - Ryan Bando (Punishment Appeal)

    Account name: Resfiel420 Character name(s): Ryan Bando Admin who issued punishment: Chuck Date of punishment: 9/19/2018 Punishment received: Deathmatch Reason given for punishment: I shot a cop that claimed he was going to charge me after an aggressive altercation of me not exiting the vehicle. Your explanation of what happened: A cop confirmed my identification and claimed he was going to charge me, I exclaim "alright, you're dead" and start firing at him while he rushes me with a shotgun due to other fire. Why should your appeal be accepted?: Deathmatch is the act of killing or hurting another player (or damaging their property) without a proper roleplay reason. An attempt to break this rule will result in a temporary or permanent ban. @Charlie Mangione doesn't know what Deathmatch is, strictly 7.2.1. This does not fall under any category of rules. My character had a roleplay reason to attack such person who claimed they were going to charge me after I resisted pulling over several times and was being cocky. I'm very curious to how @Charlie Mangione feels as though this falls under deathmatch, a rule in which states you're killing/hurting without a proper roleplay reason. As a head admin under another community and avid roleplayer for 7 years, this is honestly one of the worst things I've ever seen. Post any evidence or further details: None, it's simple as day I didn't deathmatch as none of what I did falls under the definition.
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    Mask 5747_9862 (5.2.4 Powergaming)

    I did not delete audio from my video, shadowplay picks it up sometimes and sometimes it doesn't. I wish it did tbh because you'd hear me tell the officer you were running into the bush and hiding the SMG before you even done it. I don't find it necessary to upload the 5 minutes of us being frisked, you missing every single shot of your SMG on two stationary targets, or us communicating over voicechat when the video doesn't even have audio. You were there. An admin can request it though at their leisure even though all of the evidence concluding you powergamed is presented and the video would have nothing further. I guess admitting when you're wrong isn't a strong suit, hence why you powergame and refuse to roleplay on a roleplay server. You're not going to find the glove roleplay (because it doesn't exist) so you're attempting to pin everything on me in a desperate act which is the laughable part. Perhaps you should stop replying to postpone the inevitable and "find" your glove roleplay. This'll be my final reply until an admin/moderator requests otherwise as replying to you directly is a waste of time.
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    Mask 5747_9862 (5.2.4 Powergaming)

    You can clearly see my character watching you and speaking to the officer. In such video I pan out towards the officer and you, Phil, dashing into the bush. I remembered telling him you were going to the side of the hospital and trying to hide evidence. Regardless of audio or not, you can see my character watching you. No metagaming involved. https://streamable.com/yuspp
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    Mask 5747_9862 (5.2.4 Powergaming)

    He may request the video, you were seen entering the bush and dropping such SMG.
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    Mask 5747_9862 (5.2.4 Powergaming)

    While being aware that you were the gunner of the SMG and running into the bush is more than enough knowledge for me to claim you dropped said weapon in the bush, minus the text indication. My character watched you run towards such bush. Your character model can be seen in such image too. I'll be looking forward to you supplying the roleplay that you had rubber gloves on the entire time up until that point otherwise that would also be classified as powergaming.
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    Mask 5747_9862 (5.2.4 Powergaming)

    format fucked up, im editing it Player(s) being reported: Date of rule breach: 9/9/2018 Time of rule breach: 6:20ish Your characters name: Ryan Bando Other players involved: Stranger 2051_5734 Specific rule broken: 5.2.4. It is not allowed to input false information or a lie in /do’s as this is constituted as powergaming, as this is explaining FACTS of a roleplay situation,for example if you were in a store robbing and somebody checks surveillance video and it shows that you were robbing it, in this situation you must describe what you were doing in the video. How did the player break the rule?: They had roleplayed the fingerprint scanner wouldn't detect their fingerprint on the weapon they had previously dropped which is clear powergame. Evidence of rule breach
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    Stranger (9870_9173), Michelle_Len - 5.3 Deathmatching

    I cannot speak for the actions of Michelle. I shot at you the moment I saw you charge me with a shotgun.
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