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  1. Hello, Benjamin Specht here. "The use of joint-frequencies and providing backup to other factions is forbidden outside of an Official War approved by Faction Management. Any backup or joint attacks must be within an approved war or happen naturally. Texting, using one person to relay information, and any other such attempts to circumvent this rule will result in permanent bans." I want to start off with; Goblins nor 67 had asked either faction for any backup in any means. This should be clear. You decided to roll around to check labs, with hostile intent. The 67 members noticed this and start chasing you due to them thinking you had done any harm to the Goblins. The 2 67 members involved were involved organically, they had great suspicion of criminal intent, and acted on that (regarding the situation that happend earlier). They followed you to the ambush spot were the members 67 were shot at. I feel like this was a natural fight that occurred. Thanks for reviewing. A report that is quite similar:
  2. Welcome back! Eager to see what you bring to the city.
  3. Hello, Pretty simple, we were going down the hill as can be seen and I flipped the car. When I landed back, I tried turning on the car again but it failed, best option then was to get out and start my best to defend myself/surrender. I felt like the car was giving me good cover, so I grabbed my gun to start defending myself against the guy on the motorcycle, I didn't notice the other people involved so I thought I had a pretty good chance. Regarding the roll of the car, I would argue that it was a very slow roll, and it landed quite softly. I understand that there is still some hurt involved regrading a crash like that, but a few seconds later I decided to get out. I tried to flee, but when I noticed I couldn't I got out. Adrenaline would of course be involved too with a situation like this. Regarding saving pov, I missed it in the moment, didn't read it. That's pretty much it. Sorry if you feel like your RP experience was ruined by me. Other than that, I feel like the situation is what it is... you could've at least reached out and asked me why I decided to pull out my gun? Solve it OOCly? I think this situation is quite a small one, yes I could've improved with my judgement when taking out the gun/positioning but other than that I see no problem here.
  4. Kudo Kai requested for our assistance whilst ordering the drop, they had limited members due to the timezone difference and they were aware of the fact that there were a lot of Irish in town, so it would've gotten contested more easily. They assumed the worst and asked for ours and MS-13's assistance for the drop. We don't do this often, we normally handle only our own drops, but depending on the size of the import, we help with securing it. There is way more risk involved when the imports are bigger, hence us helping out this time. It also depends on the amount of people that are not occupied with doing something else. If we have the resources available and if its in our interest, we'll support. This is not the first time where we helped out with a drop. Normally the outcome when we help is that there is no fighting at all, and we just enjoy the RP that we have with the groups involved. That day we decided to help out because of the involved risk for our ally Kudo-Kai, we obviously wanted to make sure that the import we made was going to be secured by them. The import was bigger than normally. It was also quite a busy time for imports, which is also one of the reasons why we helped out. We knew that Irish had good numbers in town and if they found out about the drop, we knew that we couldn't let Kudo-Kai alone at the delivery location. It was only logical to help and prepare with our allies. I hope the reviewing party can understand our view; That our groups don't just come together to fight, or do criminal activities. We are here to enjoy the server, talking/RPing with our allies. Next to that, we of course want to embrace the friendship by helping them out criminally too, I feel like this was a good operation for working together with the 3 different gangs that day.
  5. -1 / +1 While the concept sounds interesting, it would be another way to grind for the very desired influence over the turf dealers. I would say the best non grindy way to support turfs is laundering money right now, and adding this would create another opportunity to get people to grind mindlessly in their apartments. It seems like this would just be to bypass doing banks/stores to sustain the turfs, and this addition would just be an easier way to grind for turf influence. I would support it though, if it would be a "heavy" import and the cleaned counterfeit cash wouldn't produce any influence, or barely any.
  6. No timer should be seen at all in my opinion. People can easily camp the Bank when the timer is due. +1 Fully agree with this, a random interval would be way better. Anywhere between 9 or 15 hours or so would be fairly balanced.
  7. Player(s) being reported: ID 213, ID 105, ID 125, ID210, ID 33 Date of interaction reported: 29/05/2020 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1622296842 Your characters name: Benjamin Specht Other player(s) involved: Multiple Goblins Specific rule(s) broken: 9. Non-Roleplay (NRP) Actions that are unrealistic or promote poor quality roleplay are considered as non-roleplay. How did the player break the rule(s)? Not sure if all ID's are included, put the ones that I saw in the POV's of our side We comped a drop at Humane lab (Russians drop). Scouts and the main group were in position and when the drop landed, we moved in, fighting Russians at the drop when the crates dropped. We attacked the Russians and the fighting was over with us being alive. Then a group of consisting out of Irish members came in to join in on the situation. They were coming to help Russians with their drop. We essentially already gotten the drop because we killed the Russians, and the reason for reporting is because of the backup of Irish, they still got the drop and we lost it. It looks like there was no effort to make this an operation. It looked like a plain backup call over their own radio to get more people to join the fighting, which ID 213 admitted of doing. If ID 213 or any Irish ( which were told to save POV) can prove that they were already meeting up with the Russians and that this was a planned attack I'm fine, but I'm doubtful of that. Evidence of rule breach: Proof of asking for POV, and her telling me that they indeed called over the radio to let people come to the fight that was already ongoing with Russians ONLY: Screenshot of PM's Proof of ID 213 sitting infront of humane labs, probably waiting for Irish backup to arrive: https://streamable.com/6xxt9e Video of the whole encounter with at the end irish showing up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wmiOZBajpA
  8. Hello, Benjamin Specht here speaking on behalf of the Goblins. Kudo-Kai ordered some items and were expecting it to be dropped after MS-13's import. Kevin was leading the operation, and immediately the 3 groups involved had made the plan to secure the MS-13 & Kudo Kai import when the shipment was made. At grapeseed arcade the 3 parties regrouped. Due to convoying, we didn't move out in a single convoy of cars, and it was a bit spread out. People were around the area. All the people involved of the fight were known about this operation, and we all made sure we didn't swerve into other situations, just securing the drop. Before the shipment of Kudo-Kai dropped ( 5 minutes prior we moved over to the spot) we were all circling around the area. The fighting did not start there yet. Goblins/MS-13/Kudo were already on the location. All people knew what was going on, and the planned operation was active. There was no backup involved, and didn't give an unfair advantage to Irish regarding calling any backup, as all members were already there at the airfield. As said above, we (goblins) had one objective and it was to secure the location. We did that, we defended the location and didn't follow them at all. There was not a 3 gang hunting party to hunt you down. It was just at the drop location. The accusation of ruleplaying is quite an odd one, there was no intent to ruleplay. One of the goblins can be seen going into an allies car, but this was due to his bike being perma stalled. Clowns were not in any way involved in the talking, planning or the general knowledge of the drop. No one called them for help. I will try and get POV of before when we were roaming around the airfield, not all members record all the time but instead use shadowplay so its a bit harder to get footage from way back. Hopefully the replies that are given give more understanding to the situation. Thanks for your time.
  9. Goodluck, thread looks nice
  10. The Distribution The Cluckin' Bell Factory The Cluckin' Bell factory located on the main highway of Paleto Just like any other criminal organization we keep ourselves busy with our criminal work. One of them is drug manufacturing, and the distribution of it. After manufacturing it in our labs, we transport it up in Paleto where we centralize our drug gains. Drugs are either manufactured or delivered by friendly gangs. After receiving them, we start the process of making cash. Eric, one of the workers that collaborates with us. He is a bit bloody. Enjoying a cigarette. There are plenty of workers that work at the local factory, not all of them know what's happening behind the scene. Some select workers that seem fit for the extra responsibilities are working together with The Goblins. They do this because of the extra pay, and the lack of a good salary helps them cross over to a more illegal's path. Their job is not even that risky, they just have to turn a blind eye. Two workers, just after they "checked" the truck While they turn a blind eye, the truck reverses to do a "double check" on the payload. Everything is "made sure its secure". Of course, while this is happening an extra payload is mixed in-between the products. Truck filled up with the goods, just before taking off to the different locations. The products are loaded in and its ready to be shipped in to the local dealers in the city. When they arrive at their location, the workers at the food chain make sure the goods are unloaded. The "special" payload is marked, it has an extra sticker on the bottom of the payload. Because of this, the workers drop off the special load and is picked up by the turf network. Clean and easy. Cluckin' Bell management know nothing about this.... yet. Once they see the profits... We might persuade them to scale up the network... We'll have to see...
  11. 1. The Distribution 2. The Rat Trap 3. The Setup 4. The Reopening of GSally's
  12. The terrain in Portugal, a similar terrain as seen in the Paleto Bay area. It all began with four cousins traveling to a new city to change their lives, to make the best out of it. Abilio Fresh, Ricky Soares, Jonh Sierra and Marco Sierra arrive in Los Santos together, a vast different place from the Portugal they left behind. The cousins came from a place where the land was surrounded by hills, mountains and a rural population. Enjoying the quiet life, working on the fields and not afraid to get their hands dirty. Their intentions are good ones. They want to live a peaceful legal life in this new city, Los Santos. They worked very hard as legal citizens, holding down several jobs each, grinding day in and day out to save all the money they could. After a couple months more families arrived in Los Santos, and these four cousins would lead the way to teach these others the way of the things. Through chance, the cousins ended up meeting two of the most important people in the city, Jay Gamble and Kelly Gamble. Months would pass and the cousins decided to involve themselves in the darker life within Los Santos... A lot of things would happen in the weeks and months to come. Some members of the family would get injured, others would get arrested and some would disappear… Some members of the growing family would work in the shadows of the city towards their goals, without anyone knowing, were the big eyes of the city could not steal their ideas from them. During this time they would catch the attention of the most powerful groups in town. It would be during this time that they would be discovered by Jay Gamble who was head of the Los Zetas. But.. They would not take that change yet. A couple of weeks passed, and Los Zetas were in a conflict with The Wanted. The cousins couldn't let this slide, and decided to help out Jay Gamble. After the war finished the cousins were given the chance to join The Los Zetas, something they had been wanting for a long time! Los Zetas taught the boys everything, the morals of Los Zetas, the loyalty and behavior. Within Los Zetas, The Goblins were a close knit group that executed their tasks very smoothly. They picked the goblin mask to show that the goblins aren't scared to be monsters. Able to loot and raid villages and the people living in them. Looking for anything valuable. Ruthless. They create chaotic scene's, were most people would stay away from... The Goblins don't. We like it. They gained respect on the street and grew. Los Zetas disbanded, as one of the most prestigious gangs that ever existed. The Goblins continued alone, but remembering their past and staying loyal to the beliefs that the Zetas had. Benjamin Specht & the Goblin cousins, back in the day where they were part of Los Zetas. Paleto Bay, the main location where the Goblins meet and organize from. Paleto Bay The area reminds the cousins of home. The place where the land was surrounded by hills, mountains and a rural population. When the cousins saw the place before they flew in, they jumped in the plane right away because they fell in love, and got reminded of home. After the disbanding of Los Zetas, the goblins moved towards the Paleto Bay area, where they enjoyed the rural area and the low densely populated city of Paleto. As described, the goblins are a bunch of people that are ruthless, and are respected by the local population. The Goblins themselves live close with the civilians, owning houses and warehouses in the area. Creating businesses where local workers get employed, creating job opportunities. Some civilians might know something is up.. with these weird people, most people don't though. We keep our operations quiet. Our presence can be known, not our actions. Hosting our fight club in Paleto, where the locals and the "city people" can fight for the belt. A grand prize will be given out to the winner, and of course the championship belt! Many people come and enjoy the whole night, with food and drinks. Everything is included. We try and make the best night of it every single time. With our announcers, security, bartenders and all the people involved to make it run smoothly. Its a whole operation that takes a lot of preparation. Drug Manufacturing As Paleto is a transportation hub for truck drivers, with many factories set up in the area that are shipping items around. Due to this, the Goblins smuggle their drugs from the north to the city, and abroad with the help of these truckers. They mainly work with the massive and successful factory in Paleto, the Cluckin' Bell factory. They distribute their products throughout the city, together with the quality drugs that the Goblins produce. The truck drivers gains a huge boost to their salaries as the goblins give a cut of the sold product to the drivers. Almost all of the time this goes unseen, when problems arise we make sure no one knows about it... The Family We keep ourselves busy with our own personal lives, but we mostly work together as a family. We are a close knit group that rely on each other and are a helping hand to the rest of the family's members that are in need. We working together to achieve a goal. We have the same mindset, we are a united force. Diplomacy We reach out to other organizations to set up talks and discuss matters, we do this in a respectful and understanding manner. We are open to negotiate or make compromises, but we are steadfast regarding our standards & ethics. - Be one of the most respected Gangs on the Island. - Bring a community to the Paleto Bay area - Creating more RP opportunities in Paleto - Getting connections with the Cartel - Buy new properties and businesses to increase the financial status of the gang - Maintain good relations with allied gangs. - Maintaining the gang with OG's - Maintaining our turfs in Paleto, manufacturing drugs and robbing banks - Build up our treasury - Maintain our relations with the allies and the neutral business partners - Have respect for the hierarchy and chain of command - Must be a loyal and honorable member of the family. - No Snitching. Don't cooperate with the law enforcement or enemies under any circumstances. - Respect your brothers. We will not tolerate you down-rating anyone putting forth effort in this organization. - Obey our ethics - Respect the Goblin Mask. - Global knowledge about the crime life in Los Santos - Gain trust and respect from the Goblins - Must be experienced in the city - Must be knowledgeable of server rules. (Admin logs must be reasonable) - Must be a reliable and honorable member of the family - Needs to receive approves from the recruiters during the difficult recruitment process - Minimum experience 50.000 to be accepted in the goblin family, prospects can have less Is responsible for the maintenance and stability of the Family. Also has the most important word in the family, deciding military alliances and operations. Reaches out to other gangs to discuss diplomacy. Who suggest and help the Lord on the decisions to maintenance and stability of the Family. Is one of the most important persons on the family! Is normally with the Lord goblin, they work together very closely. Responsible for securing information, resolving disputes, creating doubt amongst enemies, and helping the Lord Goblin take some decisions about all the situations that are being planned, and ongoing. Commander Goblin is the underboss, who takes the control of the gang when the Lord Goblin is not in town. That means quick and thoughtful action, proven leadership and heading meetings in the name of Lord Goblin. A commander organizes activities too, making sure everything runs smoothly. Members of the organization that have proven themselves to be competent leaders and are deeply invested in the organization. When other high command members aren't around they take control of ongoing situations. A proven enforcer that shows that he can lead and organize tasks. This rank is the stage where members can prove themselves to become a member of high command. Someone needs to help the soldiers and manage them doing their job. It's someone who has respect enough on the street and has the criminal knowledge to give orders. They are considered OG's, but with more responsibilities to take care of. Old Goblin (OG) have respect on the Island and are respected on street. Members have proven themselves through blood and dedication to the high command, and have been recognized for everything they have done. Soldier Goblin, all the organizations need soldiers to survive. They have proven their loyalty and have been honored with recognition as a true Goblin. They are the real soldiers and our core of hardened criminals. Young Goblin, one step away from being a hardened criminal. These Goblins still need to get more experienced. Putting in the effort of a real soldier before ranking up. The first rank that shows that you are a proven goblin. You have shown your work as a prospect and are ready to climb the ranks. Prospects are the potential Goblins, these members have a lot to show and improve to be recognized. After weeks of proving themselves to the members and the recruiters they have the approval of becoming a mini Goblin.
  13. Heya, Billy has summed up the situation very well already, so most has been said. Starting a massive gunfight in such a populated place is just so risky, and I'm amazed SD didn't get involved due to firing shots in such a public place, in the core of Paleto near the bank and many other businesses. Seems like a huge gamble. It's being said that its not being camped, I don't have proof of it because I didn't think about saving it but I can for sure say that you guys "patrol" the area quite a bit. Almost every single day there is Irish cars going through the alleyway seemingly just waiting for people to come in and order.
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