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  1. Good to keep this civil. Thank you for taking my points into consideration. This whole situation with your guys is a lot of fun despite the OOC issues. I assume we're good to wait for an admin now. If anything else is brought up i'll be sure to check here and there.
  2. Its okay if you didn't hear the initial player holding you up, you reacted well to guns being drawn. I made a clear /s to put up your hands and to not call radio. What I say over voip wasn't necessarily important to the current robbery, mainly just context for your confusion (In any future circumstances i'd hope you would tell me that you can't hear me). I'm aware that if your guys did show up without radio comms that doesn't give me grounds to kill you since you complied. This was to deter the chance of "if" your guys arrive they would engage, for example, you could say for them to back off (far-fetched I know, but it was to add a fear factor). Again, my voip was not necessary for this confrontation. I followed up all of my demands with text demands every time to make it very clear while giving you SOOO much time to comply. Typing /do yes, /friskapprove # and then standing up to drop it is not a hard concept. It is very clearly displayed in chat multiple times and I had every right to shoot you early on. Now, regarding your claim that I HAVE to frisk you for it because it "should" be hidden as a result of your clothing. Here is a screenshot of your unconcealed firearm being visible even if you don't take clipping into account: https://imgur.com/a/eVbVNiT The barrel is far below your coats length. I am not required to frisk for something that is in plain sight. I said this because the person frisking you didnt understand the difference of having a gun equipped and one being in your inventory. He thought it was a bug, however more experienced players including me and the one who shot you are aware of this concept. Stop reaching. The gun was clearly visible regardless of the parts covered by your coat. I remove players from my faction that metagame. Again, stop reaching. This only hurts your case. If you have evidence of active metagame being portrayed then bring it up. If not, kindly quit spewing garbage. Nice try though. To start, nobody is saying you lied in /do. I successfully found the key and unlocked the vehicle to which you ignored the RP and didn't unlock your vehicle (Same with the first time you were frisked for the key, you typed in ooc instead of responding to RP, completely voiding it. You responded to the second which I initiated, but didnt unlock the truck). I didn't even bother asking again in OOC after you were shot because clearly you weren't interested in RPing the situation. We gave you ten whole seconds to drop it and didn't. With a shotgun barrel to your face any sane person would drop it. Bear in mind, this was the third time we asked you to do this and you still neglected to do so. I'm glad you don't take these confrontations personally. Thank you for acknowledging that comment. It is important to note this is our first report towards an opposing gang or person we've been involved with as a group (my first forum report in my time playing). I make sure to have a huge disconnect from RP and IRL. It makes it more fun overall. This comment is comedic considering the laughable reports being directed at a couple of my members from your gang SPECIFICALLY. The way you guys interact with us in-game is always filled with /ooc warrior garbage and its often a painful process to RP with ya'll. This report is for the soul purpose of strengthening RP as this confrontation was the epitome of poor RP. For example. After you were killed and I stashed the belongings taken from your group, I noticed the truck was being unlocked and taken by one of your members, so I chased him. He brake checked me resulting in me hitting his bumper and without ANY IC interaction he immediately goes into /ooc and says "WANNA GET REPORT!?", to which I explained that it was clearly his fault and an overall accident (You know who you are). I wanted to have an RP chase but I just turned right fucking back where I came because you guys have an obvious agenda and your gang's ooc warrior mindset and RP is no fun to deal with. Thank you for the reply.
  3. IC interactions aside. Good job on the thread boys. Looks great. The /me, /do context for images is a nice touch.
  4. Player(s) being reported: ID 239 Date of interaction reported: 4/17/2019 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1555545339 Your characters name: Jamaar Bovarium Other player(s) involved: ID 12, ID 207, ID 259, ID 14, ID 47, ID 107, ID 94, ID 188, ID 51 Specific rule(s) broken: 1. 13. Fear Roleplay (FRP) ● Fear roleplay is the concept of roleplaying fear for your character’s safety and life. ● Examples, 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 the engine of your vehicle is stalled and a weapon is aimed at you at 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, where your character’s life is NOT considered to be in direct danger: • When you are in a vehicle 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. 2. 7. IC And OOC Interactions (Ignoring RP) ● Only administrators are allowed to void roleplay scenarios at their discretion. How did the player break the rule(s)? Upon subduing ID 239 in the video provided he is given 3 or more opportunities to drop the gun that is unconcealed on his person, at no point did he acknowledge our requests, showing no fear for his life resulting in his death. On top of this he both delays and refuses to answer the first /do to take his keys. Upon me using very clear /me's and /do's to clarify (for the second time), he still refused to unlock the vehicle. Note: I feel as if this sort of behavior stems from taking IC personally and transferring it into OOC feelings. A reminder that RP is not about winning, it's about the chemistry between players that makes things fun. Hope this is taken into consideration if we ever cross paths again in-game. Evidence of rule breach:
  5. ID 15 Here. This was a peaceful protest from quite a bit ago now. It'd be in your best interest to take a look at chat as ID 31 clearly states the same phrase commonly said from the last protest. I had been doing the same before this clip starts. Although this clearly didn't start any sort of conversation regarding speed cams, we had initially thought that as a car crew it would be both in-character and make some sort of statement. Don't be disappointed, just some fun RP that my crew and other civilians who joined along got to partake in and watch unfold.
  6. Interesting idea. This is something completely different from other factions. Best of luck man 😁
  7. I'm speaking generally for my own situation, not the others. I wasn't involved in the scatter and complied before seeing an opening and leaving. Don't question my rule knowledge. Let an admin handle this before we talk about "making yourself look bad".
  8. ID 62 here. Its important to note how ridiculous this whole scenario was. Outnumbered 3-1 with the expectation of keeping everyone in-line is idiotic. As soon as you leave someone unattended good luck claiming FearRP as they're gonna have both the opening and numbers to retaliate. I did exactly that with my boy Jimmy by leaving while y'all were dealing with the others. Good attempt on your mission impossible attack though.
  9. Following a series of recruitment's, the question regarding loyalty and dedication was brought up among The Wanted. Official members who had been representing the group competently suggested an idea that would not only represent lifelong commitment, but strength and courage overall. The Wanted Meeting Location Location: Vinewood Hills, North of Observatory Status: The First Official Wanted Branding Session It was a chilly night. The atmosphere emitted a feeling of apprehension and timid behavior. Today was the day. Despite the negative energy towards what was about to commence, these people made this decision and were eager to prove themselves. Jamaar Bovarium stepped up to the plate first to break the ice. Carter Blackwood began heating up the branding iron and sank the red hot WANTED symbol to his friend's right hip. After a series of groans and pitiful facial expressions, it was over. The Calm Before the Storm. Accompanied by Los Calaveras Member Sahand. Next up was Jed "Owl" Bundy. A redneck Owl who appears cute and cuddly but won't hesitate to bust the strap out. He is someone who has contributed greatly and shown vast dedication prior but felt the ambition to go further. He was the first to demonstrate what it took to endure a knife carving of our group's name into his chest. It was a long, painful process. He maintained his composure afterwards and felt triumphant, thus, making him Wanted for life. Brand Type: Knife Carving Symptoms: Hallucinations, Mild Blood Loss Conor McDonald. A fresh scottish recruit who shows pride in representing us was eager to prove himself in his short period of time with The Wanted nonetheless. Similar to Owl, Conor went above and beyond by sitting through the excruciating pain of the blade. However, he was prepared and had drank heavily prior. Brand Type: Knife Carving Symptoms: Loss of Consciousness, Severe Blood Loss Ricky Soares. Formerly recognized as leader of the Lusitan Riders. Upon merging forces with The Wanted, our previous brotherhood and comradery led him to take on the challenge of being branded for life. Ricky showed how tough as nails he really was that day and was close to not even flinching before the hot press was removed from his chest. Brand Type: Branding Iron Symptoms: N/A Dirk Stinler. A man who was once fresh to the city but mentored and raised by The Wanted. Orange is all he ever knew in Los Santos and was fully on-board with the idea. He felt obligated to abide by the blade and as a result, he received a carving of WANTED on his side. Brand Type: Knife Carving Symptoms: Panic Attack, Mild Blood Loss Alan "Acid" Stream. A walking acid trip. Introduced to Wanted leadership via prison, Alan has become a prominent figure and is known for his vintage pumpkin head. He's put in plenty of time helping The Wanted thrive and decided it was best to prove his dedication further by receiving a red hot WANTED brand on the upper abdomen. Brand Type: Branding Iron Symptoms: Swelling Murph "The Mullet" Cooper. A member of who The Wanted has deemed, "The Redneck Squad". Murph was recruited alongside Jed and shows the same level of passion to see us become bigger and better. Murph stood by his word and received a body brand on his upper back. Brand Type: Branding Iron Symptoms: Infection MaryJane "MJ" Baker. Tired of the drama surrounding the switching of gangs, she decided to double down and make a statement of allegiance to The Wanted. The branding iron sank into her right hip, and before she knew it, it was complete, showing true dedication and strength. Brand Type: Branding Iron Symptoms: N/A Carter Blackwood finished off this faithful day with a demonstration of mind over matter. Looking straight into the eyes of his comrades as he plunged the branding iron onto his own chest without the help of any others. Showing strength and courage among no other. Those who were around to participate in this session left feeling proud of the triumphant perseverance. The Wanted isn't just a gang, it's a family.
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    I'll put it like this. For you guys the idea of getting into prison and earning respect by beating the fuck out of the biggest guy seemed enticing and could earn you respect, but there's the possibility of you yourself getting your ass beat. Don't ask for handouts and change because you made a poor decision you weren't prepared for. You need to get a grasp of how things operate when it comes to Los Santos gangs and that's a reoccurring problem with upcoming factions. And as for the complaints regarding alliances. These primary gangs worked incredibly hard to establish this, don't ask for a shortcut. "Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results." – Andrew Carnegie
  11. That's not Non-RP at all. Think of the cases IRL where criminals re-offend and are bound to that lifestyle. Some criminals are smart and avoid it, others get caught up and face the consequences. As for your point about the consequences, my advice is to make a suggestion regarding the current police punishment system instead of being bias towards all criminal characters.
  12. Criminals don't go to prison every day. The jail time is represented in months.
  13. +1. I have no problem waiting a bit for an officer to get around to it. However, the issue arises when people wait upwards of 2+ hours real time. I've had a period of time where I spent and hour or so at impound for three days straight waiting for an officer to care. There are countless times where officers drive right past and aren't engaging in a call. Either re-work the impound system or give them some sort of benefit to do so.
  14. Quiz reviewers make an effort to go from oldest to newest. Somebody likely just went through some newer ones. The application queue we currently have is lengthy to say the least but we'll get to it as soon as possible brotha.
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