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  1. -1 I'm sure it was removed/not enforced for a reason. People are trained RPly from PD/SD/MD privately from what I understand and they keep track of who can fly and who can't. It would also make it where the ones who can fly already have to retake a course similar to what they've already done just to be able to get it on their /license. Although, if the ones who are able to fly already get it on their /license on an OOC level, I wouldn't see a problem with it.
  2. It's odd to me that I find myself almost every day avoiding cops, not solely because I'm a crim, but because of the fact that the majority of cops do some very questionable shit. Believe me, I recognize a great amount of people in PD for great RP and even respect them because of how they can properly handle RP situations. It's just the idea of being rammed off a drag at high speeds, drive by tazed, gunned down for stealing a vehicle or driving high speeds, etc, stuff like that gets a little absurd and worrying for it to be considered "above standard level of RP" and the excuse for all of
  3. Not sure if you wanna walk or run, but character kills aren't supported on this server the last time I checked. Also unfitting of an up and coming staff member to have such a cocky attitude on something that has been controversial and past its due date of discussion. If you personally think that these situations only happen in a blue moon, have you even tried being a crim? This doesn't happen just once or twice a week, it happens every day. The fact that you really think half the people who post on this thread is just "shaking salt" to play with "little to no impunity" makes no sense. Why
  4. +1 As much as it's sad to say, a lot of my encounters with PD is very unenjoyable. There are a good handful of people that make it enjoyable but the ratio of good encounters and bad encounters is very skewed in my own personal experience. I would also like to state that my bad encounters aren't because of me going to jail, I'm perfectly fine with doing time as I am aware of the repercussions of being a criminal has... but when the standards of CrimRP is expected to be as high and satisfactory for the community, shouldn't PD/SD be accounted for the bettering of the community? Multiple thin
  5. I had just moved into Los Santos, lost and unknown of what lays ahead of me. I asked people around town about how money was made and was told to go mining, a job that paid fairly well. Although I didn’t have any means of transporting these ores around I decided to ask a man in a black suit if he had a vehicle that I could use to get me off my feet. After getting to know each other, this man in this black suit showed me the ropes and even took me on mining runs with him. A few weeks had passed of me using and borrowing his Mule and he brought up a business idea for me to make easy money with le
  6. ID 101, Ray Wrzosek here. I'd like to first start off by saying that this whole thing was a big issue with desync. Watching his POV compared to mine was a very different story. In his POV, he does in fact aim at his car, which I might add is a little too close for comfort with all the other people behind his vehicle. But in my POV, he does in fact aim at the group of people (us) that had just pulled up. Given that I had listened to radio calls of one of my fellow gang members being aimed at, I had no doubt in my mind that he had aimed at one of my gang members given the fact that he had j
  7. Fire thread, Enjoying every interaction with each and everyone of you guys. Can't wait to see the photobook progress.
  8. Player(s) being reported: Aaron (unsure of his last name) ID 22 Date of interaction reported: 8/14/2020 Unix time stamp from HUD: Your characters name: Ray Wrzosek Other player(s) involved: Zac Reeves Specific rule(s) broken: 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
  9. Hello, Ray Wrzosek here, the one being reported. I appreciate the tag. I would like to give some insight to this situation to where it all started. I was at LSC getting a hellfire repaired with Zac Reeves and we had just got done with a shootout with cops that lasted for quite some time. I see a cruiser pull in and its Aaron, a cop that i had downed and finished at this shootout. 15 minutes has barely passed and I see Aaron on the radio and at least 3 cruisers pull into lsc, lights on. Keep in mind a minute hasn't even passed since he had left LSC making radio calls. I stand my ground whe
  10. Thanks for the tag. ID 190, Ray Wrzosek here to explain my side of the story. I wasn't apart of the vespucci store incident. I got out of a vehicle and dropped a bag, attempting to get a heavy out from it. The bag decided to go into the wall and I was unable to retrieve said heavy, let alone the bag. I /reported it and waited there for a mod to come and help me. By the time a moderator had came and given me my bag, I had asked for a ride as it seemed like everyone had been leaving. I was picked up and we left to chumash and hit the stores nearby. Me being the passenger of hels
  11. ID 67 here, the one who initiated the whole thing. From what I remember, we had gotten a vehicle to chop and we ended up going to chop shop. One of our guys states something along the lines of... "There's a guy in the bush here at chop." I pulled up and when I decided to take action against the man with a gun attempting to hide inside of a tree/bush, you can hear one of my guys on the radio (the one chopping) say, "That's the one I'm talking about." I then give demands while pointing a gun at him and he decides to run in a circle, giving me indication that he should of definitely heard my
  12. Player(s) being reported: ID 91, ID 63, ID 25, ID 196 Date of interaction reported: 7/5/2020 Unix time stamp from HUD: Your characters name: Ray Wrzosek Other player(s) involved: Miguel Gallardo Specific rule(s) broken: 14. Deathmatch (DM) Deathmatching is the act of attacking a player without a proper roleplay reason and interaction. Examples of valid reasons to attack another player: • If they attempt to arrest or hurt you, an ally, or damage your property. • If they report you to the police for a serious crime. • I
  13. +1 I think it's kind of ironic how people are saying 5+ hours is realistic for the crimes you commit... There are rules that make most scenarios unrealistic, so I don't see why sitting 5+ IRL hours in prison with absolutely nothing to do but mine ore and get punched around by some mouthy inmates is okay. Everyone who has gone to prison are bored out their mind and I speak on behalf of almost every single person. Don't believe me? Give it a try, since there's so much RP there!
  14. +1, a man wants more options for cars/vehicles.
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