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Ronnie two poles

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  1. Ronnie two poles

    dope af.
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    Why would any character move countries around the World to join their law enforcement department? It's good criticism. People need to learn how to role play their character and not their self. It's not normal at all to run into police acting superior, saying obscure lingo or just not roleplaying a character properly. I think there needs to be some sort of education upon character development and joining the LSPD.
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    I also forget her name but on another side note, females and the LSPD. If this fits you, you need to remember you are a female. Yesterday I seen a female detective alone in front of a gang area sitting openly within 10 feet of about 20 or more active gang members. Just sitting there. I thought it was extremely unrealistic seeing she was a female along with the lack of RPing fear.
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    Here from: Hey. I've been playing on the server for sometime now, and a thing I've noticed and wanted to provide constructive criticism on the roleplay I've encountered with the LSPD. Every time I've ran into the LSPD, I've noticed that they either a. Don't understand American culture or lingo very well or b. RP a super-mega-robo-cop or c. their RP and grammar are very sub-par. For reason a. Simply put, I've seen a lot of police officers saying stuff that we normally don't say in America such as: Mate, and Oi. Now it's one thing if you are RPing your character being from somewhere they do typically say that (I would not assume this is the case for most) but most police I see say "mate, oi" - or act like how they would in real life. They forget they're role playing a character. I suggest that for anybody that is foreign and doesn't really understand how we speak in America, go watch vlogs or something similar of people's daily life in LA or interviews. B. I've had a few run ins with other police where it's like they don't even want to interact with the civilians. Every time you approach a cop they're very hostile. You have to remember when you're roleplaying a LEO that you're not in the mafia. C. The worst part of the whole thing is the grammar and RP standards. I think legal roleplay in general should have a high standard of who gets in. A lot of people I've seen in LSPD especially have very very poor grammar. For example, I've seen people not use correct punctuation and just do silly /me's. I even seen someone do: "Johnny_Cop says: ..." What is "..." ? I asked them and they said that is how they RP silence. This is simply incorrect. There are other ways to RP being silent, or just quiet but putting three periods is not one. I don't know, just some constructive criticism, in my opinion on something that I think needs to be addressed. Thanks. I had more SS's of examples but I lost like 5 of them, not to single these two out! They're not the only ones, it's just something that is actually happening is all.
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    I just feel like some of them let their IRL emotions carry their character. We are here to RP what our in-game person feels, not our emotions. As we are not RPing our self.
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    Hey. I've been playing on the server for sometime now, and a thing I've noticed and wanted to provide constructive criticism on the roleplay I've encountered with the LSPD. Every time I've ran into the LSPD, I've noticed that they either a. Don't understand American culture or lingo very well or b. RP a super-mega-robo-cop or c. their RP and grammar are very sub-par. For reason a. Simply put, I've seen a lot of police officers saying stuff that we normally don't say in America such as: Mate, and Oi. Now it's one thing if you are RPing your character being from somewhere they do typically say that (I would not assume this is the case for most) but most police I see say "mate, oi" - or act like how they would in real life. They forget they're role playing a character. I suggest that for anybody that is foreign and doesn't really understand how we speak in America, go watch vlogs or something similar of people's daily life in LA or interviews. B. I've had a few run ins with other police where it's like they don't even want to interact with the civilians. Every time you approach a cop they're very hostile. You have to remember when you're roleplaying a LEO that you're not in the mafia. C. The worst part of the whole thing is the grammar and RP standards. I think legal roleplay in general should have a high standard of who gets in. A lot of people I've seen in LSPD especially have very very poor grammar. For example, I've seen people not use correct punctuation and just do silly /me's. I even seen someone do: "Johnny_Cop says: ..." What is "..." ? I asked them and they said that is how they RP silence. This is simply incorrect. There are other ways to RP being silent, or just quiet but putting three periods is not one. I don't know, just some constructive criticism, in my opinion on something that I think needs to be addressed. Thanks. I had more SS's of examples but I lost like 5 of them, not to single these two out! They're not the only ones, it's just something that is actually happening is all.
  7. Ronnie two poles

    OK Mikey
  8. Ronnie two poles

    Nice.
  9. Ronnie two poles

    Been having this problem since the new Rockstar launcher. It's dogshit. I'm going to see what happens when I turn down my MSAA.
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    This was a worry on LSRP when GTA V came out, after like a month of GTA 5 nothing changed. Same will happen with GTA 6. We're just getting into development of GTA World and RageMP. I don't see us moving there for a long long time, you gotta think - if GTA 6 came out on console late next year, PC wouldn't get it till like almost 2 years after. PC and PC mods won't be seeing GTA 6 until probably 2023-2024.
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    I thought the same thing forever now until I really really started playing. I've seen people at clubs, bars, I even seen a parking lot full of people going into a 24/7. It looked crazy and realistic. I've seen 6-7 people waiting at a mechanic garage, I don't know, I do see some people on the streets, some police but I am also still curious where are the "Idlewoods" of GTAWorld lol. I'd love to see a giant group of vehicles/players, I need to know the hotspots too lol.
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    Trucking is the best IMO, but I've seen ads for jobs too. Just gotta look.
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    Not really a bad thing considering the server we all mostly came from felt like cops and robbers lol. I'm glad we have that civilian influence but I'm sure other illegal activities go on you don't know about.
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    Glad I finally made the switch though. I see the development is stronger here than LSRP whom is slowly fading off and still making updates for it's 100 people IG lol. Leave that in-denial bs behind lol.
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    Speaking of I used to play GTA IV Monopoly (RP) Back on the Xbox 360 and PS3 in 2010-2011 before discovering SAMP a year later.
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