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  1. +1 but probably need a briefcase or tape bricks of cash to your torso and legs to walk around with almost a million in cash on you 🙂
  2. As someone who paid 300k for a 1st floor apartment here, 200k seems more than fair! I've saved money by walking to work, instead of risking my car getting stolen or impounded. It's safe at home. Admittedly, there are cheaper 1gs, probably with pretty good locations, too. In my opinion, for an LSC employee, this is the second best apartment complex (and the LSC owner is too busy paying 700k for those 1gs in the #1 complex, so this is the best LSC employees can get their hands on!) If you don't work at LSC, paying 200k for this might seem like a stretch, but if you do, its easily worth twice that.
  3. I pay 2k per order whenever I order any item to my gun store. Consulted a few truckers in advance who said this would be fair. My store is the closest delivery to the trucker base, so its a short drive. Hope Bang for your Buck! is on good terms with the union.
  4. +1 In an ideal world, crafting drugs could loosely resemble the script system for cooking meat. Mobile crafting station, expensive price floor for lab construction (similar to how laptops are pricey), more risk/reward for all parties.
  5. Gramz


    To the 600k offer, and to the 500k offers. I appreciate your interest. I will keep these in mind. I will let you know if I decide to sell at this price. I expect not, but it is possible. Thanks!
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    Update: Raised buyout to 950k. Enjoy the center of the city three garage spaces too much right now. Cheers!
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    House now for sale and publicly listed for 950k
  8. Make it so that criminals target police for impounding vehicles? -1 If the guiding framework is realism, I can't imagine any person, criminal or otherwise, willing to risk prison time over an impounded vehicle. Making a mountain out of a molehill. Police driving these cars to impound does not deprive anyone of rich RP. If the goal is a coordinated break-out attempt RP, do it for the prisoner, not a vehicle that costs a couple grand to get out after time is served anyways.
  9. Player(s) being reported: Danny Rodriguez, ID 56 Date of interaction reported: 6/30/2019 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1561939624 Your characters name: Tristen Augusta Other player(s) involved: ID 29 (Jaime), ID 106 (Darion) Specific rule(s) broken: 11. Powergaming (PG) Forceful roleplay that does not give the other player a chance to roleplay their own response is considered powergaming. Other players must be given a chance to roleplay outcomes of actions. Roleplay of unrealistic actions like super strength is another form of powergaming. All statements in /DO must be factually true in the roleplay as it sets grounds for roleplay. If you perform an action which will influence potential RP in the future, you must have OOC evidence of performing said RP. How did the player break the rule(s)? ID 56 clearly power-games, lies in /do, and behaves in a Non-RP way throughout the engagement. In an active pursuit, where the lead unit was still nearly a half mile away from us, ID 56 sped and weaved his motorcycle throughout cruisers, ramming into one and causing it to crash. During this crash, he also was thrown from his bike. While he is cuffed at the cruiser, and I am attempting to silence him, specifically when I am typing out the RP for him, he sees Jaime (ID 29) on his motorcycle. He walks away from me while I am clearly RPing with him, and he locks his bike, saying "Are you impounding my bike?" When I RP searching for the bike keys, he says in /do that I would not be able to find them. He provides no prior evidence of RP hiding them, and even if he did, he clearly has them as he locked the bike. We wait a few minutes, delayed due to the rule breaks, another individual who inserted himself by crashing his bike into a cruiser, and some time spent waiting to see if a response to /report 4 would be coming. ID 56 refers to one of us as a "retard" in OOC text. Near the end of the interaction, ID 56 says in /do that I would be successful placing him the back of the cruiser. Then, when I un-drag him, he runs to a bike and tries to flee. I will add that we did not transport ID 56 to prison, as he logged out and said OOCly that he had to go to work. I think if he had a prior OOC commitment, he should not have inserted himself into an active police chase, causing multiple members of the LSPD to waste time trying to arrest him and clean up the wreckage his driving caused. The player was informed in game of the report. Evidence of rule breach: Video 0:00 - 3:55 = lying in /do, PG by way of walking over to his bike and locking (while cuffed, and while I'm in the middle of typing RP to him at the cruiser, rendering me unable to stop his movement) 3:57 - 4:27 = OOC insults 4:28 - 4:37 = PG / lying in /do. Accepts RP of being put in the back of the cruiser, I un-drag him so he can enter, says something in OOC about having to leave, then runs to a bike and tries to escape
  10. Honking is unrealistic in specific contexts. For example, with no prior interactions, pulling up next to an officer with the license plate "COPBAITN" while honking incessantly for two minutes and chasing them around is unrealistic. Provocation is evident in the explanation and footage above. Don't see the need to re-hash the 911 call/outnumbered/annoyed by incessant honking and distracted/threatened discussion. As for the rest, "willy nilly driving and lights/sirens" -- I explained in the report that I was responding to a 911 call, which on its own validates lights and sirens. The only reason I had those lights and sirens off while parking alone, was because, as I explained above, I was waiting for back-up before engaging. Lights and sirens were turned on when the situation appeared dangerous and we decided to leave. The driving and utilization of lights and sirens in the video appear normal in the context of the scene and situation. I would have turned them off sooner had you not followed me. I will wait for an Admin before responding again.
  11. Player(s) being reported: ID 45 Date of interaction reported: 6/29/2019 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1561787438 Your characters name: Tristen Augusta Other player(s) involved: ID 98 Specific rule(s) broken: 9. Non-Roleplay (NRP) Actions that are unrealistic or promote poor quality roleplay are considered as non-roleplay. Examples of actions that are considered as non-roleplay: • Cop Baiting - Provoking a reaction from emergency services without a realistic reason. How did the player break the rule(s)? I responded to a 911 call and was waiting, a few blocks away, for back-up to arrive before approaching. A car with the license plate "COPBAITN" pulls up next to me and ID 45 honks their horn for approximately two minutes straight. ID 45 did radio, "there's cops here," so presumably there were individuals on the receiving end of the radio transmission positioned closely nearby. Once back-up arrived, I explained that the honking was never-ending, and as more unidentified vehicles and individuals approached, realized we needed to simply leave the potentially dangerous area. IDs 45 and 98 had a laugh, and then followed me, still honking. I have no recollection of any prior engagements with this individual or the passenger in the vehicle, so this entire ordeal felt like NRP. I have tried to posit reasonable hypothetical explanations for the behavior, but even if this was scouting, targeting, retaliation, trolling, or something else, the execution was, in my view, poor. At the very least, the license plate reeks of poor taste. I continued to RP for a few hours and did not PM ID 45 to discuss it and/or notify them of the report. If I had, an apology and changing of the plate would have kept me from making this report. I did not remember to make the report until after logging off. Understanding that reports are for severe loss, I only think that a potentially rich scene was largely ruined by this awkward and inexplicable behavior. And that a license plate change is overdue. Evidence of rule breach: Video
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