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  1. Account name: MrSix Character name(s): Mike Adams Admin who issued punishment: Lewis Date of punishment: 9/04/2019 Punishment received: 60 Minutes jail time - Deathmatching 1st Offense. Reason given for punishment: there were no demands or anything that warrants Kill on Sight. Your explanation of what happened: First of all it's important to understand the scene of events. My character is part of the Police Force. During my patrol, a Code 1 situation was called (this means all units need to respond , officer in distress) when I arrived on scene, a very big shootout was going on. Involing multiple heavy weapons. On the scene, us Officer's were being shot at from multiple angles. Other than this, over TAC radio, Officers called in being run over by a vehicle. Which is an important detail for this appeal. As the scene was progressing, multiple people started to park their vehicle between the Officers and the attacking gang. People who were not involved with the shootout. To start of, I feel as this is pretty lame. Why would you park your car in the center of a literal war zone? And then be surprised you get shot at? Next, a dark Dominator rolls up the scene, parking along with all the other cars, between the gunfight. As the vehicle is driving along the road, an Officer on the radio tells us this vehicle ran him over. Next thing I know, shots were opened on that car. Nearly all the officers on scene shot. (including me). In the end, the driver was injured. He then claimed we Deathmatched him. Or in other words, attacked him knowing that he did nothing wrong. Why should your appeal be accepted?: Let's start by quoting the rule of Deathmatching: 14. Deathmatch (DM) ● Deathmatching is the act of attacking a player or their property without a proper roleplay reason. As you may see, Deathmatching is attacking others without reason. Now the question comes, what was the reason for my attack on this person? An Officer reported this being the vehicle that ran him over. The vehicle decided to park in the middle of an ongoing shootout, which, itself is a pretty silly idea. Did my character have reason to open fire? Yes. Post any evidence or further details: It's DM when you shoot someone, knowing they did nothing wrong. But this situation is worst case an IC mistake, no Deathmatch.
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    FeaRP + NonRP

    Player(s) being reported: ID 247 Date of interaction reported: 9/04/2019 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1554842331 Your characters name: Mike Adams Other player(s) involved: Phillipe Sanchez - Pavel Reznikov - Alex Keller Specific rule(s) broken: 13. Fear Roleplay (FRP) ● Fear roleplay is the concept of roleplaying fear for your character’s safety and life. 9. Non-Roleplay (NRP) ● Actions that are unrealistic or promote poor quality roleplay are considered as non-roleplay. How did the player break the rule(s)? Was held at gunpoint multiple times and ordered to leave his vehicle. Refused doing so, although the engine was stalled. After shots were fired he kept refusing. Evidence of rule breach: The video contains confidential information. (Staff chat) please contact me on Discord for the evidence.
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    2. Eriksen

      Eriksen

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    4. MrSix

      MrSix

      I did so too sirs

  4. If you've waited for two weeks, it should be your turn relatively soon. Currently, there are over 6700 applications pending for review so it takes time. I hope you understand and sorry for the long wait.
  5. On a shootout scene, when you've been suppressed under fire for five minutes already, and an Officer calls out that the black vehicle north of us is/was shooting, cops can't really take the time to make 100% that it's you. It's a matter between life and death, especially as we had a downed officer. To the police, anyone staying on the scene is a threat. We were surrounded, and for all we knew you could've been planning a counter attack. Whilst this could've, and most likely is an IC mistake, you can't blame us for rolling into a combat scene and being shot at. If you wouldn't have wanted to be shot at, you wouldn't have stayed in my opinion. You should know the risks of entering a combat zone. And when you say we didn't shoot without giving IC demands, I don't think it matters. On an active shootout scene with heavy weapons, cops can't have a chit-chat with everyone. You were too far to be talked to either way. Later in the video, you can also see a vehicle approaching myself, and you can see I did point my weapon at them and did warn them to leave instead of straight up shooting. Because he was in range to be spoken to. You clearly weren't. I also want to inform you that FearRP wasn't necessarily broken here, but I feel as IRL since you were losing the shootout, you probably would've retrieved and prevented to have more gang members dying. I've spoken to the other officers involved, no one clipped the shootout scene. Therefore we cannot provide officers POV. For now, I will leave this up to Lewis. I said what I had to say.
  6. Hey again Sorry for the misunderstanding, I didn't mean to use FearRP as an excuse to make Deathmatching valid. I would, however, like to apologize for the inconvenience this has caused you. I do refuse to believe that all Officers who shot you, shot without a reason, but I will admit that as of now, I can not recall my reasoning for shooting you. Perhaps I joined in since my Chief was shooting you, I don't know. Again, I wish I saved a recording, but at the time I didn't feel the need to.
  7. Hey! Thanks for reporting. I can remember that this was quite a big shootout scene. I, unfortunately, do not fully recall your involvement in the scene and the exact reason for shooting you down. I do however see that there are multiple Officers who opened fire on you, even our Chief of Staff. I was hoping to have saved a recording of this scene to look back to and see why we decided to take you out, but I seem to have not saved any footage. That aside, you probably should've feared more for your life instead of rolling up to an active shootout scene and just parking a few yards away from a shootout involving heavy weapons. It's not exactly an e-sports game where you can be a spectator. Next time, flip your car around and get the hell out of there. But that aside.
  8. I completely understand that. For us it is very difficult to predict when your application will be handled. Our role is 100% voluntary meaning that we cannot force our players to do an X amount of applications per day. We basically cannot provide you with accurate numbers. Therefore many of us are not confidend on giving you a timelapse. I hope you understand that. But if you really really want a number, I’d say approx 1 week at this time.
  9. Hi there! We understand you are eager to play on our server. Unfortunately, we have many applications coming in. Currently, we have over 4000 pending applications. We're trying our best to get through them ASAP, but it takes time. I hope you can understand.
  10. Hey! You can reset your password on the panel. ( panel.eclipse-rp.net )
  11. Hi! If you got denied for "Copy & Paste" that's because we can either find your exact answer in our rules or on the internet. If we're unsure if something is Copy & Pasted we will not deny your application for it. I'd advise adding one or two examples to when you're explaining a certain rule. This'll help you to make your answer more unique and it will show the reader that you understand the rules.
  12. MrSix

    Application

    Hello! It can and will take a few days till we get to your application. We currently have over 4k pending applications which we have to review. Sorry for the long wait and inconvenience! We'll do our best to get to you ASAP.
  13. Player(s) being reported: ID 42 Date of rule breach: 6/01/2019 Time of rule breach: 10 AM GMT+1 Your characters name: Mike Adams Other players involved: Ryan Torres Specific rule broken: 6.6.1 Actions that are unrealistic or promote poor quality roleplay are considered as non-roleplay. How did the player break the rule?: An on-duty police officer was stationary at MD when this man decides to stop in front of us and pull wheelies multiple times. Evidence of rule breach: https://plays.tv/video/5c31c9f64bf8cd0f4c/ncz
  14. MrSix

    Unknown (yet) DM

    Hey hey, Just to quickly come back on you saying that, me not knowing what you're doing means I cannot shoot you, I disagree with. Me not knowing your intentions are exactly the reason for the threat. You claim you wouldn't have shot, cause you're outnumbered, and I wish I could go by that, but as you may or may not know, not many criminals do RP the fear of being outnumbered. Also on an active shootout, I can't be busy keeping count of who had the AK and where it is, my mission is to save my fellow officers. In general, it is quite silly to roll up on an ACTIVE (when you rolled up, automatic gunfire was present) crime scene like this and start looting people. That's just a little insane in my opinion. I still go with all I said above and I do not believe I did break any rules. DM goes by killing someone for no RP reason -> my RP reason is that you're picking up items from injured suspects on an active shootout scene where multiple officers got hurt and killed. (Due to there being a difference in the "looting" animation and /anim kneel animation, players are able to tell if you are in fact picking up items or at least are intending to do so.) I would like to see you repeating what you did here in a real-life situation and see how that ends up. You'd most likely be taken out as well. I'm sorry you still do not agree with me and still feel as if this was DM.
  15. MrSix

    Unknown (yet) DM

    Hi there, Mike Adams here! I feel as the context is quite important here due to the short video. This has been some time ago but I remember this being a very big shootout situation where cops got injured and a lot of criminals. We also had multiple drive-by's as I can remember, meaning no one passing the scene was trusted for 100%. Now that we've got that out of the way, let us talk about why I opened fire on you and shot you down. In this shootout, I (believe but do not recall fully cause as I said, this has been a few weeks ago) there was heavy weaponry involved along with many other illegal items. When we shoot someone down, and they have their (possible) heavy weapon laying next to them, and the next thing I see is someone standing near that weapon and kneeling down to (from what an officer can tell) pick up the weapon and potentially open fire on cops again. When I saw that someone was possibly picking up firearms to fight us, I made the choice to shoot. Many, many warnings were given to everyone to stop returning to the scene, yet people kept doing so. Picking up items on an active shootout scene will never end well since cops have no clue what your intentions may be. Besides that we do know there are gangs out there with clothing exactly as yours, meaning we will feel threatened on an active scene like this. I wish I still had footage, but due to this being a few weeks old, I do not. If there's any further explanation needed, I can provide and will when asked! I hope you can understand my reasoning now.
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