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HaminLord last won the day on October 15 2020

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  1. congratulations on support!
  2. Wow! Really enjoying the roleplay these last three people have been posting! Keep it up!!!
  3. Known people in Triads for such a fair bit now, sad to see this happening. Thanks for all the fun experiences.
  4. Date and time (provide timezone): 28/OCT/2020 5:30 PM UTC Character name: Ilai_Daniels Issue/bug you are reporting: Whenever the Crown Victoria is taken out (/fspawn police), it seems to get the flat lights change into the bulky lights after being spawned in, something which wasn't the case prior to the new /modview update. Expected behavior: Should sometimes spawn with the bulky ones and the flat ones, staying with each respective version and not changing as it did so in the past prior to the update. Evidence, notes worth mentioning, steps to replicate: Just take a cruiser out, see if you manage to get the flat light version, then try wait a few seconds and it'll change to the bulky version. https://streamable.com/hf0bqn Vehicle license plate number*: N/A, any cruiser.
  5. Hey, I'm just going to say that I'm sorry. This was never my intention and I didn't mean for you to think that, it's a sad reality that this is a real-life police tactic which I simply RPed due to you running away and honestly, I simply wanted to RP something I would've done with anyone. If you'd know me OOC'ly, I can assure you that you'd be able to see just how much I despise stuff like this, and how this was not directly targeted at you, or any of Shamel' stream viewers. I didn't expect for that to be taken into consideration really and I only realized that Shamel was offended by that after being told in /f and in PMs. I quickly PMed him as well, saying I'm sorry and that I'm gonna drop it if it offended him. But obviously, it already took it's effect on the situation with the on-going climate around the world. Whether if you choose to accept my apology or not, I'm extremely sorry for offending you, again, this was never my intention and I'm EXTREMELY sorry that you got that impresson from me, and can assure you that I'll do my best to ensure I will NEVER do anything of this kind to anyone else, seeing the reception I was told about from the people in Shamel's stream. Again, I'm sorry. It was never my intention.
  6. The issue with that's that most people RP shit that will never lead to their death, i.e a broken leg, road rash, a few cuts, and etcetera.
  7. Somewhat recently reinstating into the Los Santos Police Department, Ilai Daniels was more than stoked to see what became of some of his old colleagues and friends, whether if they remained around, and if so, what has become of them and their rank. While on a standard routinely patrol, by Del Perro Beach, Ilai received a radio transmission from an old friend of his and another reinstatee to the LSPD, Detective Mike Adams. The two have known each other for sometime, and used to patrol together very frequently back in the day, as such, it wasn't a surprise to see the two under the same unit again. The two quickly met at Mission Row where they deployed an Unmarked Buffalo police cruiser, they left Mission Row and quickly changed to code 3, turning their lights and sirens on as they began responding for a nine-one-one call detailing a possible armed mugger going around Hawick Avenue and attempting to rob individuals. The two arrived on-scene of the original call, however, to no avail as not a single person was present around the entire street. The two attempted to come in contact with the caller by ringing his personal number, provided to them through the use of the Mobile Data Centere, however, they would again come to no avail as the man's phone was off and the call didn't go through. Not too soon after, the two began responding to a possible code 1 by Strawberry Avenue, multiple LEOs began making radio callouts asking for backup and support in what originally sounded like a gang shootout, upon additional units' arrival, the scene was found to be more quiet than expected, frankly, all suspects were already long gone and not a single one remained on-scene, as such, all units were cleared shortly after the two finished setting up scene management at the scene's entrance, annoying the two as they've just waisted a fair share of their time moving the blockades around to no real purpose. After clearing from the scene, the two returned to their normal patrol route, swinging by some of the more nicer and calmer areas of Los Santos, primarly taking place on Bay City Avenue, Del Perro Beach and Vespucci Canals. After a bit of driving around, the two decided to respond to a nine-one-one call detailing an armed robber being present on the Del Perro Pier, they quickly turned their lights and sirens on and made their way there, eventually arriving face-to-face with the caller who began providing the two information about the robber, claiming he was already long gone by the time we arrived. Without any other tasks left to do, and Mike needing to go off-shift. The two returned to Mission Row, parking their cruiser and re-racking their weapons inside the armoury. Soon after, they could be seen changing into their normal attires and clothes in the locker room, calling out the disbanding of Twelve Henry Fourteen, Mike's unit.
  8. Title says it all. Don't think it makes any sense to see someone have a macro set up that will have them RP taking out a Micro-SMG, M4 and a kevlar vest in less then just 5 seconds. I don't see a single reason to really be against something like this, the timer doesn't have to be long, it will simply create a few moments in which PD/SD or even DOC can take a few more moments into planning and setting up instead of just having cruisers rush in one after the other creating an unrealistic incident while making sure people actually put in effort into their RP and don't just automatically set up macros that do it for them in less than two seconds. Timers can be short as 5 seconds for stuff that's basic, i.e pistols, kevlar vests, flashlights and batons while it could be slightly longer for weapons like the Carbine Rifle or Micro SMG and etcetera (10 seconds or so, whatever works tbh). Feel free to comment with your opinion, any feedback's welcome.
  9. As the title implies, the suggestion's fairly simple - Remove the protection new players receive on their belongings upon death. I.E a new player is shot while having a stolen .50 on his person, should he not be looted before he fully bleeds out in the injured state the .50 would re-spawn with him in MD. This creates an awkward situation in which effort is being put into keeping new players alive for longer just for the ability to loot them before they bleed out. This shouldn't be the case in my opinion, I've seen countless situations and incidents where the above happened (Whether if it was a .50 or even an AK or even basic things like a bag full of marijuana and etcetera). If a new player dies, his items should be kept on his body where they could be looted and not re-spawn with him in MD. If he died in one way or another, its his fault. Not the fact he is a new player.
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    Los Zetas

    Just going to leave this here, a picture I helped Zetas take for its first version of its faction thread on its 1st or 2nd day on the server, it was taken on the 21st of September, 2018. I think it goes without a say that this has been one of the most successful factions on the server, and I've nothing but respect for everyone who was both a member and a higher-up in this group. From being just a member of another friendly group back in the day, then one Zetas' faction management handler during my time as Senior Support, and even a trial for a few days I've nothing but appreciation for everything they've done. Sad to see you lot go.
  11. HaminLord

    Four Seas Order

    Recently returning to Los Santos, Jason Nightwood was looking for an opportunity to return to his old ways of life and secure a stable way to acquire funds and make a living. After meeting with a few old Triads, he was told of The Four Seas Order, and after speaking with Jae, he was gladly accepted in. Although Jason very recently got himself a job at Bayview Auto Center, he was more than happy to be a part of a crew again, especially one where he knew the majority of members. After his long absence, Jason knew that some of his weapons and equipment wasn't in the best shape, and decided to go and and maintain a few of his weapons. He decided to do so by using a bit of oil which he saved after his shift at Bayview, hoping to use it to clean his weaponry up and ensure it is not rusty or dirty. Jason made sure that he wasn't spotted taking the oil can, although it was a very cheap and low-quality one, he'd rather no one knew it was taken away. After clocking off-shift, Jason made his way back to his old home, where a few of his weapons were located. Upon arrival, Jason gathered an AK-47 and a Remington Pump Shotgun, starting with the AK-47, Jason quickly disassembled the weapon before carefully oiling it up. After finishing with the AK-47, Jason moved on to the Remington Pump Shotgun, after disassembling it as well he quickly repeated the process. Carefully oiling the weapon up and cleaning it afterwards, ensuring it is in its best possible quality. Unfortunately for Jason, the oil in his can finished before he could move on to what remained of his now small cache of weaponry. As such, he grabbed the two weapons and returned them to their safe, hoping to clean the rest of his cache as soon as possible.
  12. Very noticeable improvement, the Walton Crime Family one is a great video to be honest. Probably one of the best I've seen made on Eclipse as a whole.
  13. Although I've not seen the faction in-game for the last 2 or so months (Due to some obvious reasons), I think the recent frequent & detailed role-play posts on this thread have been amazing and constantly held up-to a very high standard of writing and storytelling. Looking forward to read on future posts, all have been great in my opinion.
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