As all parties have now responded I have decided to conclude this report with the following verdict.
No punishments issued
Firstly, in this situation the player is sat in a vehicle with their engine-on, just as importantly this vehicle is a heavy duty vehicle - providing them with considerable cover from inside the cabin. The fear-rp rule clearly states the following:
As the player is in a powered vehicle they are not obligated to immediately comply with demands presented to them when their life is threatened as they have a realistic means of escaping with their life.
Secondly, the player here is allowed to run a player on foot over once provided they have a proper In-character reason for doing so, as is stated by our deathmatching rule:
I would consider threatening somebody with a gun to be a valid motivation for them to run you down in order to escape.
Thirdly, the player here is not guilty of breaching the Fear-RP rule, in fact he behaved perfectly appropriately while he was attacked with bats. The Fear-RP rule states the following:
It does not state that players must accept their death or no longer defend themselves, it states they must preserve their characters safety and life. However, the player does that here, once he realises you have the advantage he submits and surrenders - thus preserving his life. However, once the other players demonstrated they had no interest in accepting his submission and intended to kill him anyway - he thought back. A player is only under fear-rp and at the mercy of another player while that player demonstrates they could end their life, but are not as soon as the player demonstrates they are attempting to end their life. There is nothing to stop the victim from defending themselves.
Lastly, offensive language is not strictly against our server rules, our rules state the following:
The reporting party here made no attempt to inform the player that they were offended by the word and would like for the player to stop using it. The onus is not on the reported party to guess what you are offended by, it is for the reporting party to inform him. If he then continued he would have broken our rule, but since he was never informed, he didn't.
Hello, throughout this report I am quite concerned by
Your behaviour in the report
Your interpretation of what is considered acceptable purely on the basis it is not precisely written anywhere.
We have already established that the player has not broken Fear-RP, so I will not reiterate this. However, nowhere in the video did the player attempt to ram you 'multiple times', not once. You spent the entire time in the video behind the truck, the only point at which this was not the case was when you stopped to enter /b at which point the player had ample opportunity to ram you, but did not. So I am not particularly sure why you think the player was at any point trying to ram you when it seems so self-evident he is not.
Furthermore, if you wanted to OOC'ly communicate with the player from a distance then you could have utilised /pm, this is no excuse to use VOIP as OOC chat, nor was it a 'few times', I count ten different occasions in which you speak OOC'ly in IC voip, both to the reported party and to your friend on the radio. I feel like in this response you're purposely downplaying what you did and exaggerating what the other player did.
This is not what /b is for or any other form of OOC communication:
At no point should anybody be pausing their RP to argue or debate with other players on the rules. OOC communication is for informing other parties that there is some disruption or information vital to the continuation of RP, if somebody breaks a rule you do two things:
Report it using /report
Continue IC'ly until an administrator pauses it
At no point does the RP stop or your reaction go out of character because you think somebody broke a rule, you continue along with it IC'ly until a member of staff says otherwise.
This concerns me, because something should not need to be explicitly stated in order for you to be aware that it is not realistic or believable, our non-rp rule states:
Under what circumstance would bunny hopping on a bmx in order to acquire the speed of a motorvehicle be considered realistic? This isn't something someone should have to explicitly state to you, it should be self-evident to anybody attempting to portray a believable character that is interacting with the world.
Firstly, it is not acceptable that your reaction to seeing a dead body, which was also your friends dead body, is to simply loot it at a hospital. You should not be looting bodies at all inside of No Crime Zones, but furthermore it is abysmal RP to see a dead body and your reaction to it is to nonchalantly stroll over, check its inventory for items and stroll away, like your character didn't just witness a corpse or touch it, how exactly would you react in real life if you saw a dead person? It seems to me you are not behaving here with any RP mindset at all, there is no attempt to play a character, you're just solely concerned about in-game items, by your own admission.
Secondly, I am not sure why you thought it was appropriate to bunny hop onto someone else's car for no reason - this is just horrendous RP.
Furthermore, on further review of your stream, I see that you too mixed IC and OOC chat, claiming the reported party broke non-rp "eight times".
Lessons To Be Learned
Fear-RP applies only to players in vulnerable positions under direct danger. It does not apply to those being actively, physically, attacked and it does not apply to those in a switched on car.
VOIP is for IC chat ONLY, under no circumstance should you ever use VOIP as a means of communicating IC'ly
OOC chat is not for arguments on rules or a method of influencing RP. You MUST RP at all times and remain in-character, if you think a rule is broken you report it and you continue to play your characters IC'ly
Your characters are expected to behave realistically and believably, this means NOT bunny hopping BMXs constantly in order to keep up with motor vehicles, this means NOT bunny hopping onto other peoples vehicles for no reason, this means NOT outright ignoring corpses and just seeing corpses as some sort of inventory for you to loot like this is an MMO.
I highly suggest the reporting parties hre re-read the entire rulebook and ask questions before continuing as I do not see you having very long futures on the server if you think this is acceptable or tolerable behaviour.