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  1. "'large red and white light house looking thing' to be specific on that part" <-- isn't that a different lab entirely and not even mount chilead/ lumber ??? So you two decide to shoot at supposed robbers without even doing ANY investigation or RP to see if we are in fact the robbers in question? I would understand if you had rolled up undercover in some other gangs colors, or just rolled up and did ANY kind of investigation. Instead you saw people in the lab and decided "guess thems the ones lets bait them into robbing us no need to detain them properly lets just snipe and kill them" ??? Can you provide any proof of these supposed informants that gave you a reason to be there ready with LETHAL force rather than a investigative and detaining force. If you can then I am happy to retract my statements and questions entirely. I will not be replying further unless asked to do so. Have a great night and staff thank you for all the hard work that you guys do.
  2. Charlie Fang here - While Hunter and Zion robbing you and raising weapons against you gave the right for Reefer to snipe at them it did NOT give him the right to shoot at myself and a Nova who had not been involved in sed robbery nor even had weapons pulled out at all. You can see multiple shots at both of us in the videos. While no one lost anything I would disagree with the assertion that this was a bit of fun on both sides. IMHO You cant have it both ways either you ought to have shown more fear for your life or you didn't have to at all (and Reefer has no reason to shoot). You walked into a lab baiting to be robbed with no special armor on carrying a heavy - you could make the argument that you knew that if you complied you couldn't be hurt so you didn't have to display regard for your life (by you know... not waltzing into a lab with 4 criminals all carrying weapons) when being robbed. But then to use the other side of the coin to say "you pointing guns at me put my life in danger and therefore we can shoot" Either your life was in danger by the robbery you clearly baited or it wasn't - which one we going to go with? To go with both just makes it clear that we are trying to bend OOC rules to our favor rather than encourage quality RP. When we drove in behind you you paused and did /me looks at car. This was clearly used to position yourself in a spot where there would be line of sight. Also why you initially move when given demands. I am curious as to how you knew where to stand (if you and Reefer RP'd scoping out the location and figuring out where was good then I have no complaints regarding this whatsoever and will retract this question) On the topic of realistic RP - What cops would just come out and set up with the intent to shoot to kill any random criminal that came up? If you wanted to role play taking out criminals at chili why were there not reinforcements ready to come and pursue? I would not be upset at all if backup had been called in an attempt to arrest us or if we had been pursued at all - this would have created a really fun rp scenario for us the criminals and multiple cops who could have participated. Or really any rp situation that created a good rp scenario to play through. This honestly just felt like 'hey want to go shoot some crims? lets go camp the labs but make sure you go down with a heavy so that they will point guns at you so I have a reason to shoot' This created a heavily unbalanced rp scenario where criminals have literally 0 motive to engage with the rp. We have absolutely nothing to gain from such a scenario (even the rich rp that we can enjoy when we take the L and serve prison time) the pure intent was to snipe us dead (including Nova and myself who had never put your life in danger at any time at all during this exchange).
  3. If you want to carry a gun that doesn't show on your back get a Heavy Pistol. That one does not show. But doesn't pack the same punch as a .50 or certainly a heavy.
  4. Hi Mahsa - I attempted to pm everyone involved to discuss this off of forums but everyone had already logged off. My intent in this report is to make sure that you guy's understood the rule regarding logging in and out in the manner that you guys did. It is not my intent for you to be punished for something you did not do. Therefore I am responding so you can understand exactly why I posted this and what (in my opinion) was done incorrectly. I want to be clear that I have no problem with the ambush and that you guys won the exchange - it was a really fun rp scenario and really well thought out with your friend baiting us to follow him through out the city. The only thing that I had a problem with was how you and your friend unfairly utilized your ability to log in and out of the game to gain an unfair advantage. This unfair advantage ruined the overall experience for myself and those who interacted in the same scenario. First for your friend - Just when we had backup ready to rob your friend at LSD he logged off. The rules state that he should not log off in the middle of an active scenario like that. If he had crashed or timed out he should have said something on the discord or PMD myself or anyone else involved when he had returned so we could resume roleplay. When we robbed him we would have taken his gun (the same gun that was used to kill me not 30 minutes later in the ambush) Therefore he would not have been able to kill me in that ambush without purchasing a new weapon as we would have taken it. He also was able to retain his radio, gps, anything else he had on him and was able to utilize those items to communicate with you guys when he logged back in. This is how him logging out in the way that he did gave him an unfair advantage. Likewise for you Mahsa, we had you under fear rp and were robbing you when you logged out of the game. Again the rules state that you should not log off in the middle of an active scenario like that. If you had crashed or timed out you should have said something on the discord or PMD myself or anyone else involved when you returned so that we could resume roleplay. Likewise we would have taken your weapon, radio, etc as well which you were able to utilize to communicate with your friends and eventually use to kill us. This is how you logging out in the way that you did gave you an unfair advantage. All I want to come from this is for there to be understanding on your guy's end that you should not log in and out during active scenarios such as robberies, shootouts, arrests, etc. In my personal opinion it ruins the rp experience of those who attempt to interact and roleplay with you.
  5. No worries on the delay at all evidence sent to you Emulsify.
  6. I'll start auction off with 150
  7. Player(s) being reported: 177/183(??); 98/182 Date of interaction reported: 10/21/19 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1571696241 // 1571696695 // 1571697568 Your characters name: Chi_Fang (103) Other player(s) involved: 29, 90, Tyler Pong (91), Lucy McMahon (22), Lucas Kwang (109) Specific rule(s) broken: 8. 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. • Mercy Killing - Asking to be killed by a friend (Killing a friend falls under deathmatching). • Unrealistic stunt jumping or the use of an expensive vehicle to ram into other vehicles. • Spawning a scripted work vehicle and using it for crimes or submerging any vehicle in water. • Swimming in water for an unrealistic amount of time or without a destination during a chase. Players who disconnect during roleplay must reconnect and inform other parties in order to resume roleplay. If you are unable to reconnect it may be excused after providing proof. In a situation where a player gets away from an incident where they're being chased/pursued, they must wait 15 minutes before they can logout. Players should not instigate roleplay situations if they do not have time to play it through. Players who ignore answering roleplay commands directed at them, e.g. /do. In a situation where a player’s game crashes or the player is kicked from the server, they should be allowed to have the same advantages as they have had before their leave. How did the player break the rule(s)? Tyler Pong (91) and I were cooking at LSD when we were engaged upon. We entered a gun fight with two shooters and called backup. As our backup arrived one of the shooters ID 177 combat logged inside LSD. We left and followed the other shooter ID 90 on his Bati. We found a person during that chase and proceeded to rob them (ID 98) She combat logged during that robbery which was witnessed by Tyler Pong (91), Lucy Mcmahon (22), and Lucas Kwang (109). We left and found the original guy we were chasing ID 90 parked at Sandy MD. We followed and a shooting began. (This was all fine and was RPd out fine) I was quickly killed and that's when I see two of the people shooting that killed Tyler Pong and myself were the shooter and person that we had attempted to rob previously who had combat logged. They never informed me of a crash so that we could resume roleplay. I feel this is NRP for them to log out during active rp scenarios and then return to set up an ambush. I highly suspect Metagaming was involved as how they would be communicating to set up such an ambush despite logging in and out - however I have no evidence to prove this. Evidence of rule breach: As I am support staff my videos all include staff chat and as such I am happy to privately message the videos to the appropriate staff to review.
  8. This will be my last reply I will be making in regards to this report, as I will leave it up to the staff to decide. But you will also see in this screenshot that at the time the second person points guns on you AND speak demands telling you to get off your bike you are still NOT going 80kmh+.
  9. You will see in this screenshot that you were not traveling 80kmh+ when a gun and demands were given.
  10. ID 189 here. I was the passenger in the elegy. We witnessed you aiding and abetting your friend there in kidnapping and robbing an ally of ours. You state that you were not involved in the RP scenario at all yet you are there while your friend is robbing our ally, you allow your friend to hop on your bike, and attempt to escape the scene with sed friend on your bike. The driver of the elegy attempts to follow you in this escape. You then drive directly back into an active shooting scene with us in pursuit. Seeing what all we have witnessed and the fact that our our ally is now dead on the ground and an active shooting scene is going on directly where you have stopped your bike (less than 5 feet away) I find your statement that you were "not at all involved" in the RP doubtful. I'd also like to point out the multiple people pointing guns and giving demands to you as you attempt to accelerate out of the scene.
  11. I agree. What needs to be looked at is an underlying issue. The drags themselves are not the issue but rather a symptom. And a reasonable one - it is reasonable for a crim to save up all their money for a drag when they know it helps them make money more effectively by avoiding PD engagements, fines, and jail. IC issues that can be addressed ICly as stated above with training and tools. What if you looked at this from the lens of what could be added rather than take away. What tools or support do you feel could be added or tailored on your end to make PD more effective in these situations rather than taking away from crims what they already have - and have worked hard for. (I personally was only able to get a drag with a loan from a friend because I (and most other crims I know) are broke AF - if you think the vast amount of Crims have a whole lot of disposable income just lying around then you have a misunderstanding)
  12. +1 This would cut down on all the random cars parked at the Blaine County Bank
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