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Chebbidy

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  1. No more responses from any of us from here on out. Let the admins conclude. All evidence has been provided.
  2. Carrying a sawn off shotgun on your back is a victimless crime?
  3. We're reporting you for a rule break. What part of that don't you understand? Can you please also explain the following image below where you was at the bank beforehand actively carrying a sawn off shotty on your back?
  4. Okay. He PMed you in regards to you breaching Fear RP. Never said you initiated anything. It's the content you included in said PMs.
  5. I was a witness. Being Connor_Curry. This man was mixing hardcore, he was pming someone after the fact saying stuff like "I am allowed in that store ask Jay Gamble." He had a gun aimed at him at close range but refused to go under fear rp because 'he knew the owner of the store.'
  6. Thank you for your perspective. This is what I was looking for. A very well worded response. Commendations to you sir.
  7. Hi there, I'm pretty sure that everyone here is aware that since the introduction of extended prison sentences, a lot of people remain unhappy. Whilst I can agree that the introduction of extended sentences was something that was introduced on the basis of promoting civilian RP, I want to throw my points out there to see if any changes can be made. I sincerely believe that the removal of AFK whilst being jailed was a poor choice. I understand why it was added, however, it's critically unfair to criminals who have been jailed where charges have been wrongfully or generously stacked based on their criminal actions. What I believe would be beneficial is capped prison sentences. I think the way it used to work was too fair to criminals, however. I think a cap would be better introduced at around 6/7/8000 seconds dependent on the criminals actions or prior convictions. I don't think that sending people to jail for 37,000 seconds is going to promote any kind of roleplay other than standing around and answering the occasional /afkmath. All it does is impact criminal rp to the point where noone wants to do it anymore. I get that was the sole point anyway, but this is Grand Theft Auto, and realism isn't always fun. The only real people that benefit from this is generally the police department, who face next to no losses for an rp situation where they may not win. We're talking about people who already gain benefits from choosing that rp pathway. They don't have to pay for their own vehicles, equipment or anything else. Getting killed ICly means very little to police officers. They will respawn at PD with no financial deductions. They are equipped with high power weaponry, body armour, helicopters, insurgents and ridiculously fast cruisers. At the moment I find myself punished enough for choosing a criminal pathway. Everytime I go to jail I face ridiculous charges (most likely puts me in debt) my car gets impounded (more $$$) and on top of that I have to serve an insufferable sentence in which i'm punched at random intervals, and half an hour of mining reduces my sentence by a minute? The introduction of the stamps system was pointless as the rewards are so minimal you're better off sitting in your cell. I find myself looking for roleplay in jail, however these rp standards remain the same. There are most of the time hardly any prison guards online during the week. Other than that, a lot of the rp is people just dming each other.
  8. Hi there. Sorry I copied the template! Thaddeus had 0 to do with this. Its the female named jess in the video who im reporting. Sorry Flucifial for any confusion. The evidence is as displayed in the report.
  9. Player(s) being reported: 165 Date of interaction reported: 2019-07-14 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1563157526 Your characters name: Connor Curry Other player(s) involved: As displayed in the video Specific rule(s) broken: 8. No Crime Zones (NCZ) A no crime zone is an area where players may not commit any actions considered crimes. 10. Metagaming (MG) Metagaming is the act of relaying IC information through any method not considered IC that has the potential to change current or future roleplay scenarios or using that information. Mixing IC and OOC information without any benefit is a minor MG offense. For example, a player uses IC chat to call someone by their player ID displayed above their head. 12. New Life Rule (NLR) The new life rule is triggered whenever a player’s character spawns at a hospital. Players cannot force their own death. The deceased character loses memory of their death, the events that caused it and the information collected in that time frame. Example: A player is killed in a robbery. The player’s knowledge of the robbery, the robber and their death is not usable by the player in their new life. All parties involved must avoid interaction with each other for 30 minutes. A player must not return to the area of their death for that time frame or attempt to retrieve lost possessions from involved players. An exception is made for government faction members who may provide a faction duty service, though their memory being lost and inability to retrieve assets still apply. 13. 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: • You must display reasonable value for your life and comply with the demands of your attacker. How did the player break the rule(s)? On the 14th I attempted to rob this player in the alleyway down the side of the bank. I took her into the alley and told her to put her hands up. She outright refused, breaching fear rp, and draws her shotgun and aims it at me. When she then puts the shotgun away, she then says "I don't give a fuck, rob me. I have nothing on me anyway." At this point after giving her demands and after seeing her refusal to comply, we open fire. In the 2nd video, she returns in the next 2 minutes whilst i'm explaining to my friends what just happened. I initially gave her the benefit of the doubt as it was clear she did not know what the rules were. I didn't initially report because it takes a while to write these up. Which leads me to the next point. Today, (17/07/19) I log in and go to the store behind bank and whilst i'm talking with my friends, a pal of mine comes over and tells me he's just came from the bank and he heard that there's a girl called Jess attempting to buy sniper rifles, or attempting to hire hitmen to assassinate me. My friend sends me some discord screenshots of a screenshot she had taken where I was aliased as 'revenge.' This alone displays that this player intentions were to breach NLR and somehow get revenge on me. She had also been metagaming as she was using OOC screenshots and sending them in a manner which relates to IC matters. Needless to say she should have no initial recollection of the robbery. Evidence of rule breach: The top link shows the Fear RP, bottom link shows NLR breach. https://streamable.com/698b8 https://streamable.com/xl49b
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    Los Zetas

    Three of the most powerful gangs in Los Santos consist of the Triads, Los Zetas and The Clowns. The council has always existed in Los Santos, to help promote peace and to encourage alliances, however, through these three gangs it is reformed. With the recent actions of smaller gangs coming to light, the council decides to meet to discuss matters that require their attention. Jay Gamble and the Los Zetas head over to Palmer's Power Station to meet with their fellow council leaders. A lot of members turn up to the meeting, to introduce themselves, and to share and promote their plans of action. A lot is discussed, with the end result encouraging prosperity. The council continues their plan of action, bolstering their treasuries and empowering their standing within Los Santos. The Los Zetas are now more developed than ever, with other council members and leaders standing by their side.
  11. Player(s) being reported: ID 9 Date of interaction reported: 29/06/19 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1561826262 Your characters name: Connor Curry Other player(s) involved: Reece Curry (ID 97) Specific rule(s) broken: 13. 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. • When you’re in a vehicle that is stalled or turned off and a weapon is aimed at you close range. • When the attacker lowers their weapon to type or roleplay, your life remains in direct danger. • Driving a vehicle in an active shootout more than once without the intent of protecting a friend, fleeing with it, or using it as cover. Examples (but not limited to), where your character’s life is NOT considered to be in direct danger: • When you are in a car which engine is not stalled. • When you have a firearm drawn and are facing the other person before they attacked. • When the attacker’s view is obstructed by an object or when they turn their back on you. 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. • You cannot call 911 or call your friends or allies to aid you. How did the player break the rule(s)? Me and my friend Reece Curry were attempting to rob this person at gunpoint (both a shotgun and a pistol) when he decides to do a combat roll and fire upon us. His reason being "because we asked him to drop his shotgun" he was then allowed to equip it and kill us. The evidence displayed below pretty much shows the whole situation. Thank you for reading my report. Evidence of rule breach: https://streamable.com/1h07t
  12. Chebbidy

    Los Zetas

    With the Los Zetas coming out on top against opposing factions in the war against the Irish and the Wanted, overall bloodshed has toned down leading to more prosperous times since the disbanding of particular rival factions, allowing Jay Gamble & crew to focus on new potential business aspects. With the recent refurbishment of the Old Irish Tavern, the Los Zetas finally find a new business frontier in which they can focus more on civilized resolutions to potential matters. Jay Gamble now finds himself in times of growth, and with growth comes incredible responsibility. As of recent the Los Zetas steadily climbs in numbers, with the introduction of prospects from all walks of life. With the recent alliance with the Los Santos Triads, The Los Zetas find themselves with many powerful allies at their side including the clowns. However, there are still enemies lurking in the shadows. The Los Zetas find themselves at a crossroads in which they must trust their instincts... After all, never let someone deceive you. After all, at the end of the day, they stand beside one another. As brothers they fight, and as brothers they fall. Regardless of the situation, they remain fiercely loyal to one another. With both numbers and power they stand at the top of the food chain, seeking for new opportunities to feed on those brave enough to stand in their way.
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