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kenichis last won the day on May 21 2020

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  1. No. Ethan never mentioned anything about a report being made so I didn't save any POV. It was just another situation while on-duty I didn't think much of it.
  2. Without getting into too much back and forth, the original report is because I mentioned Matt's name when speaking to Ethan. I already explained why I did so. I'll wait for the reviewing staff member to send out inquiries. Thanks.
  3. Hi. So I was following this blue Comet for speeding. Once I confirmed their speed I attempted to pull them over. A 20 second chase was done and a pursuit was even called because of the duration. They finally pull over and long-story short gets arrested. I notice that the driver is a worker at LSC, and I know that LSC is notorious for having street racing groups within them. If needed, I can share how I know this to the reviewing staff member, as that is information not suitable to be shared on a public forum. As I am conducting the arrest, a black/blue Elegy Retro Custom drives past
  4. If you're only going to use vehicles that are "competitive" instead of matching your own lore, then you're part of the problem. In which universe does a criminal have a streched drag bike and evades police using it on a daily basis? How many people in Eclipse actually use the drag as its meant to be used, to RP an actual drag bike, have drag races on a strip, etc.. If the changes were not made then the drag would've stayed as the go to OP vehicle that everyone wants to have. Not because its a prop that starts interesting roleplay, but because they want to up their chances of winning.
  5. The reason drags were nerfed was largely because alot of people started abandoning vehicles that their character would use, in favor of a vehicle which granted them an edge. The drag was OP, and thats really the only reason people used them. Instead of a street gang driving muscle cars, lowriders, vans, they drove drags. Not because it suited their character/factions theme, but because like you said they felt more confident using it cause their chances of escape are much higher on it. The nerf happened really because the drag was the biggest offender of this problem. While the drag n
  6. I don't get what there is to talk about on an OOC forum. The situation you describe is something IC. Let me paint you this image, just as an example I'll use the Aztecas like you said before: An Azteca is involved in a pursuit. At the end of the pursuit, several other Aztecas with similar gang clothing and vehicles ambush and shoot down the original officer in the pursuit, before opening fire on the rest and killing multiple people. Now you tell me that a gang pulls stunts like these, which if they choose to then from an OOC standpoint thats alright. But as a consequence, our IC reac
  7. Hello. I was involved in the original scene as the helicopter pilot. Smith Brown logged in today and instead of attempting to resume RP, called for medics, and then evaded from us. I asked them why they abused the logout to gain an advantage when the disconnect was not intentional, they admitted to abusing it to get an advantage and evaded arrest, again. Edit: You turned yourself in after getting rid of the gun and getting away with killing a cop
  8. Hello. So as you can see from that video me and Willowick both died at the really big shootout under the bridge. We walk back to Mission Row and we decided to partner up and go back on-shift. We went out on patrol and responded to a 911 call about a stolen vehicle at High-End, we talk to the guy and make a BOLO for it. While we're patrolling and looking for calls to attend to that wasn't involved in the previous situation, we see the red Rebla driving like a maniac on the road. We pull it over to give it a ticket and THEY decided to evade. Keep in mind, all of the people involved in
  9. Why can you be seen so eager to shoot the suspect and not valuing your own life or that of your colleague? To be more clear on the problem, in a previous report you hopped out of the car, and while you should have remained behind cover of the car, at least while drawing the gun out, you just charge the suspect by running at them and doing a barrel roll while drawing the gun out. By doing so you ran into a possible crossfire from your colleague that was shooting towards you and you could have shot him also by you spraying your gun at the suspect. I don't understand what this has to do
  10. Player(s) being reported: ID 26, ID 17 Date of interaction reported: 01/03/2020 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1609667379 Your characters name: Charlemagne Coyer Other player(s) involved: Bailey Snow, Ash Slays, ID 29, Gordon Hyde, Duncan Steele Specific rule(s) broken: 9. Non-Roleplay (NRP) Actions that are unrealistic or promote poor quality roleplay are considered as non-roleplay. Players are required to remain IC at all times. RP can only be paused or voided by admins. If a crash / disconnect occurs, players must post in the crash
  11. It was recently (around 1 month-ish back) decided that serious charges such as murder will now be charged multiple times depending on how many times it is done. For example, if someone kills 2 people, then shoots at 1 police officer, they will get 2x Murder and 1x Attempted Murder of a Gov. Employee. The changes were made mostly to discourage people just going around killing people without any regard. Someone involed in killing 8 people in a shootout was to get the same charge as someone killing 1 person in a small robbery, which wasn't fair. I think that if prison times were capped once more,
  12. Player(s) being reported: ID 109, 192, 76 (Kamacho passengers), then ID 107 (BF400) Date of interaction reported: 12/29/2020 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1609226870 Your characters name: Charlemagne Coyer Other player(s) involved: Peter Pearson, ID 85 (Kamacho driver) Specific rule(s) broken: 14. Deathmatch (DM) Deathmatching is the act of attacking a player without a proper IC motive and interaction. Prior interaction should include escalation such as a robbery or a report to the police. Players may not kill victims who have complie
  13. Hey. Just a bit more clarification. As you can see in this screenshot: I have not been in the LFM faction since the start of November. Nor have I logged in my criminal character anytime recently. Logs can be checked to prove this. The statement saying that we have "multiple shootouts" is completely false. I've never been in a shootout with you on my criminal character. As for targeting players for "other characters reasons," like I said I have my own IC motives on my PD character, which I won't share on a public forum since it will be metagamed. I'll leave the rest
  14. Player(s) being reported: Lance Slash (ID 84) Date of interaction reported: 26/DEC/2020 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1608998597 Your characters name: Charlemagne Coyer Other player(s) involved: A few other FSO, TRCC and PD Specific rule(s) broken: 5. Disrupting Server Operations and Knowledge of Rule Breaches Players must be a positive community member and remain respectful with everyone at all times. It is prohibited to advertise or discuss other GTA V multiplayer communities on any ECLIPSE platform including self created content promoted on ECLI
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