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  1. +1, I turned them off as they provided almost no value. https://forum.eclipse-rp.net/settings/signature/
  2. Pistol Pete

    ID 133 (FRP)

    Player being reported: ID 133 Date of interaction reported: 11/10/2019 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1570834512 Your characters name: Gilberto_Martinez Other players involved: ID 8 / Jerome_Henderson, ID 29 / Lucy_McMahon / @Zothian, ID 82 / Hector_Martinez / @MikeyyyG, ID 136 / Fabio_Martinez Specific rule broken: Fear Roleplay (FRP): Fear roleplay is the concept of roleplaying fear for your character’s safety and life. Examples (but not limited to), where your character’s life is considered to be in direct danger: When you are on foot or bike and a weapon is aimed at you at close range. As a victim, whose life is in direct danger: You must display reasonable value for your life and comply with the demands of your attacker. How did the player break the rule?: ID 133 broke the FRP rule by not displaying reasonable fear for his life when a shotgun was aimed at him in close proximity while on a bike. Evidence of rule breach: @Zothian PM'd ID 133 shortly after this and their response suggests a lapse in understanding of the FRP rule:
  3. Player being reported: ID 59 Date of interaction reported: 11/10/2019 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1570819814 Your characters name: Pete Wright Other players involved: ID 144 / Lucas_Kwang, ID 211, ID 5, ID 164, ID 193 / Jack_Waters, ID 176 / Thomas_Nightwood, ID 142, ID 7, ID 33, ID 37, ID 42 Specific rules broken: No Crime Zones (NCZ): A no crime zone is an area where players may not commit any actions considered crimes. Players may not go to a NCZ after engaging in criminal activity resulting in an ongoing chase. NO CRIME ZONES: All government offices, law enforcement offices, hospitals, banks, and the blocks around them. Non-Roleplay (NRP): Actions that are unrealistic or promote poor quality roleplay are considered as non-roleplay. Players who disconnect during roleplay must reconnect and inform other parties in order to resume roleplay. If you are unable to reconnect it may be excused after providing proof. In a situation where a player gets away from an incident where they're being chased/pursued, they must wait 15 minutes before they can logout. Players should not instigate roleplay situations if they do not have time to play it through. How did the player break the rules?: ID 59 broke the NCZ rule by running to an NCZ during a chase while engaging in criminal activity. ID 59 broke the NCZ rule by engaging in a criminal activity in an NCZ. ID 59 broke the NRP rule by disconnecting during active roleplay. Evidence of rule breach:
  4. ID 81 / Gilberto_Martinez here in your plays.tv video, you're reporting me for an apparent NLR breach. I didn't break NLR. The dead Martinez characters in the following image are Hector_Martinez and Pacho_Martinez:
  5. 大逃亡 Tensions between Triads and law enforcement was getting out of hand Attempts to outwit each other from both sides was failing Pete had grown accustomed to the ways of law enforcement. He chose a BF400 as his primary method of transport for it's very fast speed and ability to tackle even the harshest terrain for a quick getaway. However, there was one thing Pete didn't anticipate. A barrier made out of the strongest material known to man! After a lengthy pursuit through Los Santos County, Pete met one of these barriers while travelling at speed. It should be no surprise, Pete was quickly in the back of a cruiser. As a high ranking member of the Triads and with several other gangs loitering around the area, a convoy was setup to ensure Pete's safe transport to Central MD. Little was known of what would happen once Pete was delivered to MD. All involved were minutes away from witnessing quite possibly the greatest escape from law enforcement custody in the history of Los Santos. The odds were heavily stacked against him but, Pete being an opportunist saw a flaw in the law enforcement's plan and exploited it! For your viewing pleasure, I present "The Great Escape":
  6. +1. Very good idea. Just like almost any online service, it would be neat to display new rules and even general announcements in an area like the one in your example. Require the user to acknowledge the announcements and then hide until new announcements are made.
  7. I can confirm I did not receive these credits. I messaged @mikex about this on Discord a few hours ago as he's helped with credit issues in the past. No reply yet though: While testing the panel in the past, the credit gifting feature would not always deliver the credits so it was unsurprising to learn this happened.
  8. Pistol Pete

    ID 9,DM

    In all my time on the server (including as PD), I've not once been told where the panic button "officially" is. I think even if the officer does roleplay putting it in a discrete location, how on Earth is it reasonable for other players to know this roleplay has occurred without a /do being present in every scenario the officer enters? Although not explicitly mentioned in the rules anymore, I believe it's widely accepted that metagaming camera angles is not a thing. How can we therefore, on one side say the panic button action is not visible and then not have an issue if (merely an example) the same cop would see me behind a wall via a weird camera angle and use that information? I don't have an issue with either example, I just think it's a fair comparison. Maybe it's just me and I'm a terrible person but, as PD and a criminal I've always believed that if someone is in view of the panic button AME when it's first shown (within reason of course), I/players can use that information. Things could get really silly if a precedent is set here. For example, what would stop me doing a /do to explain that my windows are shut so when calling the police to report a serious crime happening right in front of me, the players I'm reporting cannot use this information? The rules dictate that the players I've reported can kill me but they'd immediately be apprehensive as to whether they could use that information IC. Stuff like this would just lead to confusion and that's why I believe it's purposefully left out of the server rules.
  9. Pistol Pete

    ID 9,DM

    Hey @RedHot, I think I covered everything in my initial reply. This point specifically is why I done what I did: Let me know if there's anything else, thanks!
  10. Pistol Pete

    ID 9,DM

    Hey @NightVOID, I'm ID 9 / Pete_Wright. I'd firstly like to apologise for what transpired here as from your POV it is certainly DM under the current ruleset. However, I'd like to explain why I felt my actions were justified at the time from my perspective. After jumping over the wall, I hear ID 51 repeatedly say you've pushed your panic button when you're visibly stood outside your vehicle. Since I'm being told this while you're outside your vehicle and the AME is/was there I assumed you pushed it under gun point. Pushing your panic button often causes panic for criminals as they have to act fast before the back up arrives. I don't know what to say other than sorry and if you lost anything I'd be happy to reimburse (if permitted by staff). I think this report is another example of why this specific rule needs to be revisited. Everything you did was perfectly fine, I also commend you for wanting to allow us to RP further and I was most definitely in the wrong here according to the current ruleset. I do think it's worth saying however, you've pushed the panic alarm here then submitted yourself to a position where FRP is required. We've got 2 cops at gunpoint at this point, some with heavy weaponry so it's very likely the backup will be shooting to kill upon arrival. Therefore, one could argue pushing your panic alarm in such a situation is "severe hostile action" to a criminal player. This is not an excuse for what I did, I should have been more observant but I think it's a fair point to make given the situation. Roughly 2 months ago, FatherOsborn hinted that this kind of situation and the relevant rules were going to be reviewed: Again, apologies for ruining what could have been extended RP for all involved in this scenario. I hope we have an opportunity to RP again and I can show you I'm not a bad egg! Thanks, Pete
  11. ID 60 / Pete_Wright here, Here's my POV of this incident:
  12. This looks promising. Good luck and hopefully see you guys in town soon!
  13. ID 135 / Pete_Wright, Here's my POV: My footage does not support this narrative. ID 24 (the reporter) is stood still and you hit him (and the injured body) centre on. Desync usually arises when players are in movement. This is true and a fair point to make. Whoever takes the report should take this into consideration. @KrismeisterSG, RP is mandatory when using forceful commands against other players such as /carrybody. We take this stuff very seriously in the Triads so consider this an OOC warning. @MrSpray, it would be great to answer to this point to. It looked like suicide from our POVs.
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