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  1. Starting from 80’s and till late 90’s Varrios Los Aztecas was one of the most powerful gangs in Los Santos alongside their rivals Grove Street Family, Vagos, Ballas and other criminal organisations. Sadly due to the power came danger and attention from governmental institutions such as LSPD and FIB. The 90’s when law enforcement officers, such as the C.R.A.S.H unit, were desperate to benefit from all the gang violence and the corruption level in police was at its highest, came to an end and 2000’s came with a new generation of officers who were keen to silence and put everyone behind the bars who were involved with guns, drugs and gangs in general. Some members from VLA were not willing to surrender and went out with a bang. Cesar, Gal and Hazer were arrested and sentenced to 55 years in prison while Jose and Sunny chose to leave this world free and died in a shootout with the police. Most of the gangs including VLA were either destroyed due to the fact that their leadership was dead or imprisoned or went into hiding, losing all their previous power in the town. Almost 20 years have passed since Varrios Los Aztecas were on the streets of Los Santos and new generation have grown up meanwhile. Salvadore Rivera, Hector Mendoza and Raul Guerra - whose fathers helped build and shape the once great Varrios Los Aztecas with Ceasar in the lead. Back then they were young boys, but they saw the benefit of the gang around the block. Families that lived in the area were slowly pushed out and all the homes were purchased by white people who had money. Now having the resources, power and the wish to build up what once was Varrios Los Aztecas, they have returned to the Barrio where they grew up and are going by the name of Novo Los Aztecas! Novo Los Aztecas are an extremely proud Mexican/Latino street gang like it was back in 80-90’s when they were calling themselves Varrios Los Aztecas . Novo Los Aztecas are re-building back the old Barrio, controlling El Burrio Heights again. They are following their ancestors by being anti-narcotic gang, trying to keep their streets clean, setting automatic death sentence to anyone who deals drugs in the Barrio. Novo Los Aztecas are seeking different ways to get that dough rolling in to support the families and kids who live in the community by trafficking arms into Los Santos and selling them to smaller criminal gangs, organizing - illegal street races, extortion, assaults and robberies. They are easily identifiable by their classic collection of vehicles, turquoise colored bandanas and 90's "cholo" style clothing, also covering their right arm with ‘Tribal Sun’ tattoos which symbolizes life, power, strength, force, and rebirth. Their weapons of choice include Pistol, Shotguns, Micro-SMG, SMGs, and knife. el Jefe - Oversees legal and diplomatic aspect of Novo Los Aztecas. Searches for new business opportunities upon which his gang can strive and prosper. Hosts meetings - inviting his la Mano Derecha, where they shape the future of Novo Los Aztecas, discusses internal Barrio rules, collects money which he deposits in gangs budget and gets rid of weak links based on reports of el Capitans. Besides internal meetings, el Jefe also hosts or attends to bigger meetings with other faction leaders where they discuss political situation. Makes or breaks alliances to strengthen Novos Los Aztecas numbers. la Mano Derecha - Middlemen between el Jefe and el Capitans. They assist el Jefe in various diplomatic tasks, sourcing for information and constantly strategizes how to expand Novo Los Aztecas in all directions where they take part. Makes sure the gangs financial budget keeps growing by collecting money from el Capitans, in return they invest money in real estate, weapons and bigger activities for the greater good. el Capitan - Looks after everyone in la Guerilla, el Soldado, el Asesino ranks. Makes sure there is no weak members in Novo Los Aztecas. Gives out different tasks to each group, recruits, trains and tests them to maintain discipline. Provides members with bigger jobs, weapons, vehicles and safehouses, and collects money for la Mano Derecha. el Asesino - Specifically chosen member from el Soldado ranks, who shows incredible skill of murdering and tactics while being an el Soldado. Works with small crew of 2 men. Scouts and gathers information on rival gangs and its leaders, obtains necessary weaponry, getaway vehicles, plans out the routes, tracks down the target and executes the plan. Focuses only on assassinating or kidnaping specific targets, given out by his el Capitan. el Soldado - Recognized and accepted member of Novo Los Aztecas. Does basic work within gangs territory - hangs and cruises around the Barrio. Protects local businesses and attempts to rob other businesses in rival territories. Human trafficking, weapons trafficking. Follows his el Capitáns orders as instructed and overall participates in bigger activities. la Guerilla - Unofficial Novo Los Aztecas member. The one who shows affection to the gang, hangs around with its members and possibly joins in to do some gang work as a hired gun and after the fact split ways when not required anymore. These are a few examples of the clothing we wear. List of vehicles we approve.
  2. For best reading experience it is recommended to play the following song while viewing the Ballas faction thread: It is believed that the Ballas gang formed at some point in the early 1960's in Los Santos in an era where gang activity and crime were rampant in the inner city community. Originally the group was formed in a joint effort to combat what the local African American population felt was an overbearing, racist, and corrupt Los Santos Police Department, after decades of government mandated reform the Ballas are now known for their more recent bloody and violent opposition to another local gang known as Grove Street Families. Although the reason for the war between the two gangs is widely unknown, the two gangs struggled over turfs from the early 1980's to the early 2000's however the train tracks now serve as a clear divide between Grove Street and Jamestown Street and the gang on gang violence has been dormant in the wake of movements such as Black Lives Matter. The Ballas are known in the street as being responsible for the death of Beverly Johnson mother of notorious Grove Street leaders Sweet and CJ in 1992 sparking an increase in gang on gang violence in the area. The Ballas have moved around throughout various areas of Los Santos in various groups known as sets. Some notoriously violent groups such as Rollin Heights Ballas, Temple Drive Ballas, Jefferson Ave Ballas, Front Yard Ballas, and others have made a name for themselves but have been eradicated by either gang war or incarceration. Presently there is only one active set of Ballas within Los Santos known as the Jamestown Hood Ballas. Around Jamestown gang life is not easy but it does come with its perks. Growing up in poverty in the Jamestown Community Projects offers low-income home for many of Los Santos poorest residents. Children and young teens are often exploited and used for criminal activity at a young age due to lenient sentencing for minors. The Ballas are known to exploit its younger members having members work the corners selling drugs, participate in robberies and theft, and being scapegoats or distractions in binds with police. Gang members participate in several activities such as playing dice in the alley ways behind Jamestown Street, involving themselves in the Hip-Hop and EDM scenes through music from artists such as Youn$ Dro, and showing off their low-rider vehicles and other cars accented with Ballas Purple. Members often conduct front jobs such as delivering for the postal service or simply live on welfare. If they represent the hood well, they may be put on payroll by the local gang leaders or be cut in on the more profitable illegal activities. Members of the Ballas have been known to have deep roots in the drug trade as well as arms trade, however they are known to be focused on profitability rather than bloodshed. Interaction between the Ballas and the local Los Santos Police Department have died down recently as gang violence also has plummeted in the area. Many believe this is due to modern day Los Santos street gangs focusing more on black community activism, anti government movements, and police brutality. The Ballas are known for their fanatic love for the color Purple, also referred to in slang as Burple short for Ballas Purple. Although purple is their color of choice, it cannot be used to accurately identify members of the gang due to the fact that local thugs will enforce the purple dress code within the community regardless of if they represent the Ballas gang. If local residents of the community are found without some sort of purple attire they are likely to be harassed, jumped, or robbed by the local thugs. Likewise, visitors of the area are also at risk if they enter parts of the city claimed by the Ballas gang. Ballas commonly refer to ones purple clothing or accessories as their grapes. Gang members are often under the influence of a grape drink known as syrup or lean which they sip out of styrofoam cups which is typically a concoction of prescription grade promethazine, grape juice, and sprite. Full fledged members of the Ballas gang will receive a purple bandana also known as a rag which they're required to keep with them to demonstrate their affiliation. Ballas members can be spotted rocking the Los Santos "B" baseball team logo hats and tattoos as well as tattoos sporting their sacred Mother Mary whom is at the center of Ballas cult like religious beliefs. Jamestown Community Projects are a set of low-income housing projects in the lower south side of Los Santos. These project buildings leave a lot to be desired in terms of living conditions but provide extremely cheap means of housing for new city residents which the gang uses to its advantage often forcing low-income residents to pay illegal taxes for owning property within the gangs turf areas as well as recruiting low-income members whom are often easy to exploit with the profitability of illegal activity in Los Santos. As mentioned, Ballas will enforce all community members to fly the purple gang colors even if they are not affiliated with the gang. Jamestown Street's 504 and 514 blocks are notorious for illegal gang activity. The project housing located on the 504 block provides cheap housing for illegal activities such as trap houses, whore houses, and drug manufacturing which is difficult for police to keep track of and monitor. All in all, the Jamestown Hood Ballas are spread along the lower south east side of Los Santos and are known for their fluid living situations, often having large trap house group homes as well as several stash locations. Members often switch housing with other members or family members on purpose to throw off Police task forces. The Balla Code is the set of OOC rules the Ballas faction expects every member to adhere to at all times. Heavy roleplay is expected from all members of the faction which means you are required to be in-character at all times and keep OOC chat to a minimum. We expect your character to have his or her own background story that you're able to roleplay in game. We do not recruit members via OOC means, if you wish to join the faction you'll need to create a character and find us in-game on your own accord to initiate roleplay with our faction. Attempts to PM faction leaders or members to join the gang will result in immediate rejection. Every faction member is expected to adhere to all faction rules and Eclipse RP server rules at all times. Violating Eclipse RP server rules may result in removal from the faction on an OOC level. If a faction member is punished by an Eclipse RP server admin they're required to report it to the Ballas faction leader with their explanation of the events and how they plan to avoid further issues. Faction leaders (O.G. / Don) have the ability to initiate a CK of any the faction members if they deem necessary. A faction member will be notified of the CK upon being killed by a faction leader. In the case of the CK being carried out successfully, the faction member would be removed from the faction and the character would be effectively killed off from all past interaction with the gang. The entirety of this faction thread is OOC and no knowledge from this thread should be used in-game by any players. STILL UNDER CONSTRUCTION
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