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Aldarine

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  1. +1 I very much like this suggestion. Good thought on this one.
  2. @Felcon Community members are free to provide update feedback on the forums which are regularly looked at and appreciated especially following a server update.
  3. I respectfully still completely disagree. There is a difference between testing features to see if they work and obtaining community feedback following the push of an update. One deals with confidential information that the staff team is privy to and the other is overview of a community response and adjustments to features. Adjustments will always happen based on input from our playerbase from experienced to inexperienced players but that does not go hand in hand with trying to break something and exploit bugs.
  4. We're not the ones approving scripted changes to the server. Developers put everything in and we work together to go through the features with them providing information to intent, purpose, and functionality as we go through the testing process. Again, this has nothing to do with any line of roleplay. We are testing scripted features for bugs not saying what should/should not be implemented.
  5. When we are testing things we are purposefully trying to "break" features. This has nothing to do with the side of roleplay you chose to partake in. We run through commands, features, and try to exploit, test, break, and manipulate them to find bugs and kinks so developers can look into them.
  6. Due to positioning, let me preface this by stating that I am simply reading through this thread out of interest for all commentary and am not here to take a side or explain. While reading through this I did have a question that continued to come up in my head, in particular regarding the new member cap and some of the comments regarding gang recruitment and cutting players. With a newly implemented cap and knowing that a gang cannot recruit into an official faction, what is to limit a gang from technically expanding? Created gangs tend to be off branches of much larger organizations so could this be done on a seemingly small scale of sub branches of larger powerful factions? Please note that this is simply a question that just came up in my head while reading it so I felt it okay to simply pose it here.
  7. Thread has been unarchived upon request.
  8. @HobGoblin - Thank you for working together with one of the players. If you would be ever so kind as to edit your original post to only contain the other player that would be greatly appreciated!
  9. Thank you kindly for your patience as we reviewed this report. The reported player has been provided with significant time to respond to this report. Following lack of response as well as review of all evidence and statements provided, we will be concluding this report as follows: Player Daemon_Moncrief will receive a Deathmatching punishment for the reported incident. To explain the rationale for this punishment I would like to turn your attention to the video submitted by the reporting player. In the video it can clearly be seen that the reporting player was in compliance with all demands and expressed to the reported player that they had no money to give. Following this interaction the reported player can be seen attacking the player first via stabbing and then shooting. As the player was fully compliant, there were no Deathmatching rights granted to the reported player and as such it is unacceptable for this attack to have occurred. Player Daemon_Moncrief will receive a Non RP | NCZ punishment for the reported incident. Within the video presented by the reporting player and following the initial stabbing, the reporting player begins to flee towards Los Santos Bank which is a No Crime Zone. I would like it noted that we expect all of our players to contribute to immersion and recognize that simply because a scripted NCZ barrier ends does not mean that NCZ rules do not still apply. It is very unrealistic to assume that magically when you cross a threshold that you are free to commit as much criminal activity. That being said, as the player flees, he is fired upon again and subsequently injured while in the No Crime Zone while the reported player is standing under the awning of a restaurant. This is a highly unrealistic thing to do and all attacking should have ceased as the player moved from a hidden location in the alley to out in the open by the bank. Report accepted. Best Regards, Senior Moderator Aldarine & Senior Support @Dalvichan
  10. Thank you kindly for your patience as we reviewed this report. The reported player has been provided with significant time to respond to this report. Following lack of response as well as review of all evidence and statements provided, we will be concluding this report as follows: Player Ched_Hoffman will receive a Non RP | Fear RP punishment for the reported incident. To explain the rationale for this punishment I would like to first turn your attention to the video evidence submitted by the reporting player. As can be seen in the video there were multiple weapons aimed at the reported player by members of the DOC faction and demands such as "stop moving" and "on your knees" were given. As opposed to complying with demands, the reported party continued to walk and also stated "do it bitch shoot" and was tazed as a result. Per the Fear RP rules, when a firearm is aimed at such close range with no obstructions, players are to demonstrate rational fear for their lives and comply with demands. In this situation the reported party failed to do such as due to this is receiving the punishment listed above. Report accepted. Best Regards, Senior Moderator Aldarine & Senior Support @Dalvichan
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    Thank you kindly for your patience as we reviewed this report. Following review of the provided evidence as well as statements from the involved players, we will be concluding this report as follows: Player Marius_Kuli will receive a Deathmatching punishment for the reported incident. To explain the rationale for this punishment I would like to first turn your attention to the video evidence submitted by the reporting player. As can be seen in the video, the reporting player was inside of a vehicle actively chopping it. Shortly after, the reported player along with a passenger, arrive to the location. The reported player exits the vehicle and as he does so, the reporting player begins backing up the exit the area and is shot at in the process. There was no roleplay interaction in this situation that would justify an attack on the reporting player. Due to this rationale as well as a review of admin records, this punishment is being issued. Report accepted. Best Regards, Senior Moderator Aldarine & Senior Support @shimo
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