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  1. +1 Could either add the price to /viewimpound or add a new command available to civilians that doesn't show who did the impound, as that would be abusable information.
  2. Sorry, I don't know who did it and who didn't so I figured I'd just tag everyone who came to the shindig and let staff sort it out. I apologize for the hassle. Wasn't even going to report, but a staff member told me I should. I hate reporting, honestly. Rather just RP, keep everything IC, and enjoy the game TBH.
  3. Player(s) being reported: 145, 11, 52, 198, 17, 1, 31, 8 Date of interaction reported: 10/FEB/2020 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1581409591 Your characters name: Milo Granger Other player(s) involved: Name(s) Here Specific rule(s) broken: 10. 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. Roleplay is required before forceful server commands which may be used without consent from the other party if they are unresponsive and not typing for 30 seconds or more. A player cannot use the faction management script to destroy a faction as it is OOC. Government funded faction members must not abuse the salary system and must go off-duty when they are not performing their faction duties. If you perform an action which will influence potential RP in the future, you must have OOC evidence of performing said RP. OOC evidence should consist of a recording or screenshot and it needs to be timestamped (/time). RP would only be valid for 48 hours or until your character dies and NLR is triggered. The time limit does not apply to rule 7. How did the player break the rule(s)? The home invaders found safes that even I was unaware of without any /me or /do RP. I presume they used /accesssafe to locate them. They informed me of safes that I knew nothing about. I did a /report 2 this morning to ask how to properly use safes, as I was confused as to their utility since it seemed that they were pointless since someone can simply find them. My report was answered by dawpi who suggested I should report here on the forums so it could be investigated properly and that what I described sounded like Powergaming. I have listed everyone who was there as I have no way of knowing who powergamed since there was no RP related to where the safe locations were. Surely only a few are guilty if anyone is. Evidence of rule breach: https://youtu.be/2uxBdlkCTlU
  4. -1 While I agree that we need potential civ RP, there are IC ways to accomplish this, in fact that is RP in itself. The nightclub owner could hire legal security, not-so-legal protection, etc. There could easily be IC drama related to the nightclub and from reading this thread there has been plenty already. I think NCZs kill spicy interaction potential.
  5. +1 This would be a great benefit for groups and organizations to report position, organize events, etc. Super useful and realistic, since RL examples can easily be found.
  6. +1 Extremely detailed suggestion! This would open up new Rp potential for crims, a venue for them to battle unearned charges, and more civilian opportunities. It has the potential to streamline arrest RP, as the suspect might be less inclined to argue the charges OOC when they can fight the charges in court. One sticky bit is that this would force those engaging in the system to tie their forum account (which can currently be OOC) to their character(s). That would indeed hamper privacy, but that could be considered part of the price one pays for (apparently) criminal activity. Also would make the Miranda line we speak every time we arrest seem more truthful.
  7. Player(s) being reported: ID 150, probably Tom Hardy Date of interaction reported: 12/DEC/2019 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1576175353 Your characters name: Milo Granger Other player(s) involved: ID 23 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)? ID 150, presumably Tom Hardy (name gathered from MDC check on the license plate of the Taco Truck which may have been stolen so positive ID is inconclusive), was evading after I witnessed him attempting to lockpick a car. I pulled him over and was giving orders over the megaphone when he disconnected. I posted in #general on the ECRP discord to no response. I waited more than 15 minutes in case it was a legitimate crash or disconnection, but he did not return. Evidence of rule breach:
  8. +1 flip the car three times in the air? keep going. tap a tree? stalled.
  9. +1 Supported That happens? That's crazy! I feel like this is less "suggestion" and more "bug fix" cuz that sounds crazy.
  10. +1 Please let this be a thing!! I'll beg and ugly cry if that helps. LMK
  11. I radioed when I saw the bikes moving in. I wasn't under fear RP at that time, as they were riding in, not aiming heavy weapons at me. When he ordered me to stop radioing, I stopped immediately. You can see that at 30 seconds. At 36 seconds I complied with the clear directive to put my hands up. From there I was bombarded with orders as multiple people yelled differing things. I was attempting to deescalate the situation with a calm tone of voice, which was a feat of self control as adrenaline was high and I was indeed in FearRP. The quick response by PD was likely due to the fact that there were multiple cruisers at Tequilala on a different situation. I was aware of that and my delaying tactics were 100% RP and intentional. So, to summarize: I deny breaking FearRP, and assert that I was acting well within those confines. I also deny breaking NonRP as Milo Granger acts just like you see in the video. He's chill and would first verbally deescalate a situation if possible. Please let me know if further explanation is required.
  12. Maybe not in most areas, but it used to be common in Montana in the 80's. Officers would ticket and if the fine was small one could pay on the spot and avoid the courts, etc. This was prior to debit cards, so they only took cash. also +1 to more RP fine payment. Police could have card readers for their phones or readers in the cruisers and a secure Gov App that would transfer funds. and +1 to auto-locking payment or auto-adding the charge scriptwise after 72 hours for failure to pay
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