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  1. stormy69

    ID 107 VDM

    Player(s) being reported: ID 107 Date of interaction reported: 30/JUN/2020 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1593557752 Your characters name: Corey Storm (ID 423) Other player(s) involved: ID 281 (Witness) Specific rule(s) broken: 14. Deathmatch (DM) Deathmatching is the act of attacking a player without a proper roleplay reason and interaction. Examples of valid reasons to attack another player: • If they attempt to arrest or hurt you, an ally, or damage your property. • If they report you to the police for a serious crime. • If they are not in compliance with plausible demands, attempt to escape, or call backup. A player cannot kill their victim if the victim is in compliance with the demands. A player must allow their victim enough time to comply with the demands. If a player informs you that your VOIP isn’t working, you must either fix your VOIP using appropriate commands or use text to deliver your demand(s). Vehicles cannot be used to attack a player on foot more than once, including a failed attempt. Vehicles cannot be used as a weapon in an active shootout unless it's unavoidable when fleeing an active shootout. Killing a player that has obeyed all orders and demands during a roleplay situation is allowed, with roleplay, only within 3 hours of: Severe hostile or criminal action is taken against you, e.g. someone is robbing you at gunpoint. (Excluding police aiming a gun at you.) Someone is attempting to take your life. Someone is attempting to take the life of your close friend or ally, or if you have witnessed it happen. You must explain your reason to kill to the player IC and have OOC evidence proving your reason. How did the player break the rule(s)? You can see ID 107 turning straight to me and accelerating to hit me. I found it peculiar that the bystander (ID 281) asked "Did he run you over as well?". Implying that he had done this before. I don't think that this was an accident and that it was intentional. Evidence of rule breach: https://streamable.com/76umsv
  2. I'm not here complaining. If you read the entirety of the post, you'd understand that:
  3. I'm not losing sleep over a 400k loss. I could care less as I have bought it to own and not to sell. The issue is deliberately flooding the market so that new players can buy luxury apartments while the majority of players ,who have been on the server for months/years, are taking the shit end of the stick. The players that saved up over a period of months to buy a nice place are losing out tremendously. This goes for the apartments and houses. Leave your assumptions and negativity at the door.
  4. If the demand was “met” why were so many apartments left unpurchased?
  5. +1 I would love to see this added and have more of a use for boats
  6. Yes, a new player should work to earn 1.2m to buy a high-end 2g apartment. I started with a 150k 1G trailer in a trailer park, there is no reason that something of that scale shouldn't be worked for. Same thing with supers, gas stations, stores, etc. They shouldn't be easily obtainable and they should develop their own RP strategy to get to that point. Whether that be flipping cars to purchase their first home, starting their own business, or mining until they pull their hair out.. they have every opportunity to get to that point. You are making the assumption that having an apartment/house is necessary to RP. This is so far from reality.
  7. Playing to get more money is a form of RP. It is the same as real life where people see an opportunity and want to capitalize on it. How can you blame people for wanting to buy properties for cheap and selling higher for profit? You'd be a fool not to. Players who enter in the future SHOULD pay high for apartments like these. Just as 3G/4G's in Vinewood should not be sold for dirt-cheap, neither should luxury apartments. If pleasing the new players was the actual goal, more low-end apartments/houses would have been added.
  8. Yeah that’s just insane.
  9. 100% agree. The markets going to become too overly saturated with these being added. Are you sure it’s only 600 total? I thought it might be more.
  10. Correct, there are a limited number of houses on the map. However, I don't believe that all of the houses are being utilized (could be mistaken). As I agree with the new apartments being taken from GTA:O. There are many "apartments" in the city that aren't from GTA:O. Example of this are the ones in Strawberry/Forum Dr. These are set up the same way the houses are. Overall, I understand the points that are being made. I just don't agree with the aspect of these apartments being all high-end. At the end of it all, I guarantee that the ones that are added will be in the 200-500k range. Which doesn't make much sense to me given the interiors.
  11. Right, which seems almost counter intuitive as the majority of people waiting to buy at that 500k-range price were mainly buying to sell at a higher price.
  12. While I do agree that this was thought of as a solution to fix the increase in new people, I don't believe that luxurious properties should be flooding the market. Because that is what they are... luxurious properties. I may be just a bit salty since I was one of the many that camped out to get these apartments at a "fair" price, but I'm failing to understand how this is going to fix anything. Why should the average-Joe be able to afford something like that? If anything, I feel that there needs to be more mid-range housing available (upper-end 1G houses / 2G houses). Unless there is going to be a change to the interiors of the current houses, I don't believe that flooding the market with luxury interior 2G's are going to do anything good for the market. TLDR: There needs to be more middle-tier housing and less high-end housing with the current interiors available.
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