Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'guide'.
Found 6 results
High-quality character images [Menyoo] A guide by @luna Hiya! Welcome to my first guide based on how to get high-quality character images! This can be a long process at the start however once you get a hang of it, it should be perfectly easy and quick to do! If you don't know what "images" I'm talking about, I'll give you examples of my character, Natalia. If these examples weren't enough to sway you, I HIGHLY recommend checking out the following FaceBrowser profiles as the content is simply incredible: JT Williams Angela Moore Hazel Nithercott Eva Nieves Krystal Nithercott Amiyah Pelrine Elena Villarreal Step 1: Getting the right programs! (They're hyperlinked! Click on 'em!) The first step to all this, of course, is getting the programs you need! These are all very simple to get and you need to create a folder in your downloads and download all the following additions! (They are all safe, personally tested!) Menyoo - This is the main thing we will be using to make them look extra spicy, it's a single-player trainer mod. If you don't know what that is, it basically makes you admin of single-player and gives you access to everything on the game that you could possibly want. (Animations!) Scripthook - Menyoo can't work alone, they need Scripthook's help! OpenIV - This is what we are going to use later on to add stuff that we want which isn't in game, you need this to make sure everything you're doing is safe and away from your main game! (I'll explain how!) Once you have all of those in a download folder, proceed to the next step! Close GTA if you have it open.. you don't want that open at this point. Step 2: Preparing your Scripthook and Menyoo Now that you have the programs, it's time to get them set up. Locate your GTA5 Your GTA5 is, if using Steam, within your Steam folder. If you don't use Steam then I'm sure you'll know how to find it and if you do use Steam and saved it in a funky place, you must know what you're doing. For me, my GTA5 is in the following path. (Follow it) C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Grand Theft Auto V Open the Scripthook Zip When you open the zip you are going to see the following 3 things: Open the "bin" folder Move everything inside of the bin folder to your GTA5 main folder. Open the Menyoo Zip When you open the zip you are going to see the following 4 things: Move only the "menyooStuff" and "Menyoo.asi" in to your GTA5 main folder. (If you are unable to do this, you need to right click the rar folder in your downloads, go to properties and unsure that it has a tick by unblocked! Credit to @Law) Perfect! Now you have what we're going to use to customize your screenshots (Menyoo) and what we need to run it, (Scripthook). Step 3: Preparing OpenIV This one is a bit more tricky and isn't easy on the eyes so make sure you're following each step appropriately. Open "ovisetup.exe" What you're opening right now is what we will use later to ensure our GTA5 is safe for any mods that are put in, this is your safety net. Follow the instructions As OpenIV installs, it will be giving you confirmations and what not, it's all good. If it says "Do you want to make a mods folder?" at any point, say YES! It may not happen until later but keep it in mind until then! Run OpenIV Now you have OpenIV, it is going to look very daunting but don't worry, you won't need to mess with it for long if you don't want to. Step 4: OpenIV Now that we have OpenIV, this is our first step in taking amazing screenshots, we are going to go through the ASI Manager and enhance our experience. Go to the "Tools" tab Go to the "ASI Manager" option Install all of the available options Step 5: Testing! We've added everything we need to to begin testing! Now here is what you need to do: Open GTA5 Go in to "Story Mode" (It will load really slow if you're not tabbed in to the game) Click "F8" twice This should bring up the Menyoo menu top left of your screen! Step 6: Getting your character Making your character in Menyoo is going to be a task and you really need to stick with it. Getting your character's attribute values You need these so the character you take photographs of actually looks like your character in game. Here is how to get them: Go to your UCP Go to "Characters" Select the character you want to use Just under the name on the left side should be a drop down "Face Attributes" Take a screenshot or leave the tab open. Getting your base character You now need to make that same base character within your single-player world. Open the Menyoo menu (F8) Go to Player Options → Model Changer → Multiplayer Models Go through the options and select "Freemode Female" or "Freemode Male" Be surprised by how funky your random model looks like. Go to Player Options → Wardrobe → Default Components Now go to Player Options → Wardrobe → Outfits → Save Outfit To File → Name it whatever you want! Applying your face attributes It's finally times to start sculpting your character! Go to Player Options → Wardrobe → Head Features Adjust all appropriate sections to fit your character The attributes are different You will notice that the attribute names are slightly different however they do change the same thing. On GTA:W there are some options that are not yet accessible so always make sure you are converting a character from GTA:W over to Menyoo because it will not work the other way around, they'll look too different. This stage will take some time to perfect but one again, it's all worth it. Saving the outfit Remember to keep saving your outfit, do not use "Apply outfit" when saying but instead "Overwrite file" on your selected outfit. Remember that if your character is in an animation when you save the outfit, it will bug and not work so make sure you're not in one. Step 7: Getting your pictures! Now that you have your lovely character in game, it's time to start fiddling around with other settings to get the perfect picture! Options Weather Options - Change what kind of atmosphere your picture will have as well as the weather. Time Options - You have free reign over the time of where this picture will take place, if you want it to not move, you can pause the time! Object Spooner - If you want to have a more custom backdrop, use items and you can even make other people too! Animations (Cannot be used with Snapmatic) These are going to play a huge part in what your screenshots will look like, so how do you use them? Player Options → Animations (→ All Animations → Search) Capturing the moment Now it's time to either Snapmatic it or Rockstar Editor! Snapmatic Snapmatic is basically just the camera app on your characters phone. You can access the phone but clicking the UP arrow key and then guiding it to the Snapmatic app. All of the pointers and directions are given to you on that app! It's basically like your character taking a selfie, a very simple and easy feature. A word of advice: Do not left click to take pictures, they come out looking horrible! Instead, hide the grid with G and just taking a regular Steam screenshot or a screenshot with whatever program you use! Rockstar Editor To use Rockstar Editor, once you have yourself setup in the position you want to capture, you need to click "F1". This is Rockstar recording by default so unless you've changed it, it will work. Leave it to record for about 10 seconds and DO NOT tab out! Once you feel that you have sufficient footage, you can click "F1" again and it will stop recording. It's now time to edit it! Step 8: Rockstar Editor (Skip to step 9 if you used Snapmatic) Now we have our recording, we need to fiddle with it and adjust it to capture the exact picture you're after. Open the map and go all the way right in the black tabs and select "Rockstar Editor" Create New Project Add New Clip - say yes to everything after this. Camera When you have the option to enter the "Cameras" tab, you are more often than not going to select the "Free Camera" option. This, combined with out OpenIV plugin allows us to do so much with the camera! You can zoom in and out as well as tilt it! "Remember that you can enable free camera in Menyoo and toggle it using F3 - it's another way to go when it comes to taking screenshots." (Credit to @hentai!) Depth of Field If you're not sure of what this is, this basically is what you want the camera to focus on in your image. Normally I set this to my own custom one however the default one works really well! Effects These are just your filters and general effects, saturation, contrast, brightness and vignette. It is entirely up to you if you want to use this however normally I add what I want afterwards. From this point in Rockstar Editor, it's all about exploring! There is no limits for what you want to do, within reason, and this is entirely up to you! Make your pictures unique, funky places, whatever you want! Click "H" to hide the overlay and click "F12" to take your screenshots! Step 9: Editing your pictures Everyone is going to have a different way that they want to edit their photos when it comes to how they look. It's also important to keep an eye on clothing clipping as well as just general maintenance for your character. Colour correction Makeup enhancement Skin correction Shape correction Shadow correction Clipping correction Expression adjustments Adding in logos or other third-party items I use Photoshop to edit my images as well as the ones I do for others, if you ever have any questions regarding this feel free to reach out to me and I'll either sort it for you or teach you how to do it yourself! Thank you for tuning in! I hope that this at least helped you and if not, let me know what would make it easier to understand or follow! I haven't gone in to detail about how to add mods or how to edit the photos but if that is something that you'd like, just let me know. If you have any questions about this, feel free to drop a comment and or tag me and I'll answer it as soon as I can!
Hi, this is just small guide I think I will make to help people who are completely new to role play and would like to learn complete basics of the most commonly used commands in RP server like GTA:W. I think there might be a guide similar like mine, but I thought maybe I will refine and go in more depth for each command for better understanding. Sorry if not so good, I will edit later on I make this in a rush. 1. /me This command is an action command. It is the most commonly used command in role play. /me is used to describe your characters actions. It can be anywhere from getting up to get a glass of water, to picking up the phone. E.G: /me stands up, dusting off his shirt. Result: John Doe stands up, dusting off his shirt. E.G 2: /me reaches his dominant hand out, offering Bob a handshake. Result: John Doe reaches his dominant hand out, offering Bob a handshake. 1.1. In the examples shown above.. when you use /me it will be used for your characters name. This mean, when using this command you do not need to use /me and follow with your character name, otherwise it will come out as something like this: Incorrect E.G: /me John Doe stands up, dusting off his shirt. Incorrect result: John Doe John Doe stands up, dusting off his shirt. Important: You do not have to type your character name out after writing /me. 1.2. When use /me, try not to capitalize letters following it. Your sentence will look much more clean and nicer if you do this. Incorrect usage: /me Capitalizes the first letter of starting sentence after /me. This does not look good. Incorrect result: John Doe Capitalizes the first letter of starting sentence after /me. This does not look good. Instead, do this: Correct usage: /me does not capitalize the first word, after /me. This looks much cleaner. Correct result: John Doe does not capitalize the first word, when using /me. This looks much cleaner. If you are using multiple sentences in one /me [action] then you would place a period '.' to end sentence and capitalize as normally would following new sentence. E.G: /me gives an example of above. This is how to properly write more than one sentence with correct capitalization. [1.]: /me command is used to perform actions. It can be used to describe what your character will do. [Refer 1.1.]: /me substitutes for you character in game name, you do not need to write it after writing /me. [Refer 1.2.]: You should not capitalize the first letter to start you action . If it will contain more than two sentences, then capitalize as normal after. 2. /ame Now we will talk about /ame. This command is very simple, very basic. In fact.. /me and /ame are the same commands, with minor nuances. Beyond their immediate denotation, they are performed slightly different. Below I will show difference examples: The command /me permanently appears in the chat box. Whereas /ame appears over a characters head, and for a short duration; it disappears afterwards. You can use this command for very short actions or emotes. /me is predominately used for long actions whereas /ame is used for very small actions. /ame can also be use for when you want to perform an action from far away to a player who may be across street from you for example. This is because the command appears above a character so it can be better visible from farther distance. E.G: /me stomps his shoes on the steps before entering inside the property. He lifts his opposite foot, using it to scrape against the side of his right heel to assist removing his shoe; repeating this. E.G result: John Doe stomps his shoes on the steps before entering inside the property. He lifts his opposite foot, using it to scrape against the side of his right heel to assist removing his shoe; repeating this E.G: /ame takes a drink. /me is used for long or detailed actions. /ame is used for small actions, or used when far away from another player where the radius or /me would not be seen. This command shows above a characters head, whereas /me does not. 3. /do This command can be used in conjunction with /me. It can be used to further detail an action your character performed, or can be used to ask question. E.G 1: /me walks up to property door, trying the door. /do Is the door unlocked? E.G 2: /me searches around for a clean cup to use. /do Are there any clean cups in the sink to use? E.G 3: /me pays the bartender, taking the Bloody Mary. [result]: John Doe pays the bartender, taking the Bloody Mary. /do The amount paid would not cover the costs. [result]: (John Doe): The amount paid would not cover the costs. This command can be used hand in hand with /me. It is used to further detail actions emotes, or to ask questions during role play. 4.1. /s, /low, /b. 4.1.1. /s This command very straight forward. IT is a /s(hout) command. You use this command when you want to make it clear your character is raising their voice, or shouting. Correct usage: /s I hate being broke! Result: John Doe shouts: I hate being broke! 4.1.2. /low This is another very straight forward command.. it is a command used when you want to lower your character voice and speak lower. As a result of this, the radius of which your text is seen is greatly reduced compared to typing without using /low. It can be used when you don't want other people around to hear what you say. Usage: /low Hey, you see that person over there? Result: John Doe [low]: Hey, you see that person over there? /low is used to 'speak' lower. You can use /low to lower the radius in which your text is seen by players nearby. It is a role play command, that mean it should be used for anything in character and not out of character. 4.1.3. : /b This command very simple. You use it to type (o)ut (o)f (c)haracter (ooc). This command is used for anything as said.. out of character or otherwise mostly unrelated to the game. If you want to use smiley faces, poor capitalization and punctuation, abbreviations then you use this command. This command also will be used for RP scenes that require a pause and require admin intervention for explanation. In Character and Out of Character should not be mixed. Correct usage: /b gta wolrd rocks lol ((: )) Result: (( John Doe: gta wolrd rocks lol ((: )) OOC stands for Out of Character. It is for mostly anything unrelated IC or game itself. It can be used for any situation that need to be resolved which require admin intervention and RP paused. You should not mix ooc with ic and vice versa. Click here for complete list of basic server commands.
Roleplaying Mental Illness A guide on how to convey mental illness realistically in your roleplay character. What will this guide cover? This guide will attempt to cover various symptoms, reactions and actions of a character afflicted by different types of mental illness. I will attempt to cover common disorders that a psychiatrist or doctor would typically diagnose a patient after one (or two) meetings with them and discussion of their symptoms. This guide will not cover developmental disorders such as Autism and Asperger's Syndrome as neither of these are a mental illness. Terminology Guide Mania: An emotional state where an elevated, expansive or usually irritable mood exists. DSM-5: "The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5) is the 2013 update to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, the taxonomic and diagnostic tool published by the American Psychiatric Association (APA). In the United States, the DSM serves as the principal authority for psychiatric diagnoses." - Wikipedia on "DSM-5" Depression What is it? Depression, otherwise known as major depressive disorder or clinical depression, is a common and serious mood disorder. A person who suffers from depression experiences persistent feelings of sadness and hopelessness and loss in interest of activities they once enjoyed. Depression may also cause physical symptoms such as chronic pain or digestive issues. To be diagnosed with depression, the symptoms must persist for at least two weeks. Depression is associated with high mortality, which is most accounted for by suicide. A person may express suicidal idealization through verbal expression (examples of this could be "I wish I could sleep and never wake up." or "I could just disappear and no one would notice.") or through physical actions such as alcohol and drug addiction and harming oneself (examples of self harm could be burning, cutting, substance abuse and subjecting to violence that would result in harm to oneself). Depression vs. Sadness Given that a primary symptom for depression is sadness, it can be hard to make a distinction between two psychological states. The important thing to note is that depression is more than sadness. The difference doesn't lie in the extent a person feels down, but rather a combination of factors relating to the duration of the negative feelings, other symptoms, bodily impact, and the effect on the person's ability to function in daily life. Sadness is a normal emotion everyone experiences at some point in their life. When it comes to depression, however, no trigger is necessary. A person suffering from depression feels sad and hopeless about everything. They may have every reason in the world to feel happy and yet they lose the ability to experience joy or pleasure. It's important to keep in mind that sadness is temporary. Within a few days your sadness will have passed and even during the time you may be able to enjoy your favorite TV show, food, or spending time with friends. With depression, these activities are no longer enjoyable or cause pleasure. In sadness, you may feel remorse or regret for something you said or did, but it's likely you won't experience a permanent sense of worthlessness or guilt as you might with depression. With depression, it's important to recognize that one of its features is a kind of self-diminishing, negative thought pattern that lingers constantly or for extremely long periods of time. Finally, self harm and suicidal inclinations don't arise with non-depressive sadness. Those struggling with depression may have thoughts of hurting themselves, dying, suicide or have a suicide plan. Although there is a clear distinction between sadness and depression, it's possible for major depression to exist in addition to sadness resulting significant loss such as a family or friend's death, financial ruin or serious medical illness. Symptoms The DSM-5 outlines the following criteria to make a diagnosis of depression. The individual must be experiencing five or more symptoms during the same two-week period and at least one of the symptoms should be depressed mood or loss of pleasure. Depressed mood most days or nearly every day Significant diminished interest or pleasure in all, or almost all, activities most days or nearly every day Significant weight loss or gain or decrease in appetite most days or nearly every day A reduction of physical movement that is observable by others and a slowing of thought Fatigue or loss of energy nearly every day Feelings of worthlessness or excessive or inappropriate guilt nearly every day Diminished ability to think or concentrate, or indecisiveness nearly every day Recurring thoughts of death, recurrent suicidal ideation without a specific plan or a suicide attempt with a specific plan for committing suicide The latest edition of the DSM-5 recently added two specifiers to further classify diagnoses: With Mixed Features - This specifier allows the presence of manic symptoms as part of the depression diagnosis for individuals who do not meet the full criteria for a manic episode. With Anxious Distress - This specifier allows the addition of anxiety as part of the depression diagnosis. Anxiety may affect the individual's response to treatment.
Dealership Guide The original dealership guide was way out of date, and the author went inactive. The following values are up to date for - GTA World 18.104.22.168 Cars & Bikes Cars & Bikes Bicycle Shop BMX - 0 KG - $1,000 Cruiser Bike - 5 KG - $1,500 Scorcher Mountain Bike - 5 KG - $2,500 Tri-Cycles Race Bike - 5 KG - $3,000 Whippet Race Bike - 5 KG - $3,000 Endurex Race Bike - 5 KG - $3,000 Faggio Shop Pegassi Faggio - 5 KG - $5,000 Downtown Autos Pegassi Faggio - 5 KG - $5,000 Bravado Rat-Loader - 25 KG - $7,000 Emperor (Rusty) - 12 KG - $15,500 - Note: Also known as Emperor Beater Declasse Asea - 12 KG - $17,000 Declasse Rancher XL - 40 KG - $17,000 Albany Emperor - 40 KG - $20,000 Cheval Picador - 40 KG - $22,000 Karin Asterope - 25 KG - $22,000 Williard Faction - 25 KG - $23,000 Albany Primo - 25 KG - $29,000 Vapid Stanier Taxi - 25 KG - $30,000 Bodhi - 40 KG - $32,000 Declasse Voodoo - 25 KG - $35,000 Willard Faction Custom - 25 KG - $35,000 Vapid Slamvan - 40 KG - $35,000 Vulcan Ingot - 40 KG - $35,000 Weeny Issi - 12 KG - $37,500 Maibatsu Penumbra - 12 KG - $38,000 Dundreary Virgo Classic - 25 KG - $39,000 Vapid Slamvan (Lost) - 40 KG - $40,000 Karin Rebel - 40 KG - $40,000 Vapid Bobcat XL - 40 KG - $40,000 Dinka Blista Compact - 12 KG - $41,000 Bravado Youga - 65 KG - $42,000 Declasse Moonbeam - 25 KG - $43,000 Brute Pony - 65 KG - $43,000 Declasse Voodoo Custom - 25 KG - $45,000 Imponte Ruiner - 25 KG - $45,000 Ubermacht Oracle XS - 25 KG - $45,000 Declasse Vigero - 12 KG - $48,000 Declasse Premier - 25 KG - $48000 Karin Futo - 12 KG - $55,000, Schyster Fusilade - 12 KG - $65,000 Imponte Phoenix - 12 KG - $75,000 Ubermacht Oracle - 25 KG - $79,000 Moonbeam Custom - 25 KG - $79,600 Willard Faction Custom Donk - 25 KG - $81,500 Virgo Classic Custom - 25 KG - $89,400 Buccaneer Custom - 12 KG - $8,9400 Vapid Chino Custom - 25 KG - $91,200 Hermes - 25 KG - $93,000 Sabre Turbo Custom - 12 KG - $129,600 General Auto Shop Dundreary Regina - 40 KG - $17,500 Declasse Rhapsody - 12 KG - $25,000 Vapid Minivan - 40 KG - $25,000 Benefactor Glendale - 25 KG - $28,000 Vapid Stanier - 25 KG - $30,000 Karin Dilettante - 12 KG - $30,000 Vapid Tow Truck (Slamvan) - 25 KG - $34,000 Dinka Blista - 12 KG - $38,000 Bollokan Prairie - 12 KG - $43,000 Declasse Gang Burrito - 65 KG - $44,000 Cheval Surge - 25 KG - $45,000 Bravado Rumpo - 65 KG - $45,000 Vulcar Warrener - 25 KG - $47,000 Declasse Burrito Sport - 65 KG - $47,500 - Note: This is the gang-less gang Burrito. Vapid Speedo - 40 KG - $48,000 Cheval Fugitive - 25 KG - $49,000 Bravado Bison Utility - 40 KG - $50,000 - Note: This is the "The Mighty Bush" version. Bravado Bison - 40 KG - $50,000 Zirconium Stratum - 25 KG - $51,000 Albany Cavalcade - 40 KG - $52,000 Karin Intruder - 25 KG - $55,000 Vapid Dominator - 25 KG - $61,000 Vapid Guardian - 65 KG - $80,000 Karin Kuruma - 25 KG - $125,000 Benefactor Schwartzer - 25 KG - $145,000 Hijak Khamelion - 12 KG - $175,000 Vapid Contender - 40 KG - $225,000 Benefactor Surano - 12 KG - $250,000 Noun's Motors Vapid Chino Classic - 25 KG - $34,300 Bravado Youga Classic - 65 KG - $42,000 Gallivanter Baller - 40 KG - $45,000 Albany Virgo - 25 KG - $52,000 Obey Tailgater - 25 KG - $65,000 Declasse Granger - 40 KG - $65,000 Dinka Thrust - 5 KG - $67,000 Albany Washington - 25 KG - $70,000 Yosemite - ?? KG - $78,000 Ocelot Jackal - 12 KG - $88,000 Benefactor Schafter - 25 KG - $90,000 Obey Rocoto - 40 KG - $90,000 Gallivanter Baller II - 40 KG - $92,000 Gallivanter Baller LE - 40 KG - $105,000 Gallivanter Baller LE LWB - 40 KG - $112,500 Lampadati Felon - 25 KG - $130,000 Lampadati Felon GT - 40 KG - $165,000 Dewbauchee Exemplar - 25 KG - $165,000 Benefactor Schafter V12 - 25 KG - $180,000 Dundreary Stretch - 25 KG - $190,000 Ocelot F620 - 12 KG - $195,000 Dewbauchee Rapid GT - 12 KG - $200,000 Benefactor Schafter LWB - 25 KG - $220,000 Dewbauchee Rapid GT Convertible - 12 KG - $220,000 Enus Cognoscenti Cabrio - 12 KG - $250,000 Lampadati Furore GT - 12 KG - $265,000 Grotti Carbonizzare - 12 KG - $270,000 High End Autos, Albany Manana - 25 KG - $32000 Declasse Tornado - 25 KG - $41,000 Declasse Tornado Convertible - 25 KG - $41,000 Vapid Peyote - 25 KG - $42,500 Pegassi Bati 801 - 5 KG - $65,000 Fathom FQ 2 - 40 KG - $75,000 Benefactor Serrano - 40 KG - $78,000 Shitzu Hakuchou - 5 KG - $80,000 Albany Cavalcade II - 40 KG - $93,000 Inverto Coquette Targa - 12 KG - $99,000 - Note: Also known as "Coquette Classic" Mammoth Patriot - 40 KG - $100,000 Benefactor Dubsta - 40 KG - $100,000 Albany Alpha - 12 KG - $100,000 Benefactor Dubsta Sport - 40 KG - $125,000 Benefactor XLS - 40 KG - $135,000 Enus Huntley S - 40 KG - $175,000 Bravado Banshee - 12 KG - $205,000 Obey 9F - 12 KG - $246,000 Obey 9F Cabrio - 12 KG - $261,000 Annis Elegy Retro - 12 KG - $265,000 Dewbauchee Massacro - 12 KG - $270,000 Dinka Jester - 12 KG - $290,000 Grotti Bestia GTS - 25 KG - $333,666 Premium Motorsport Vapid Radius - 25 KG - $17,000 BF Surfer - 40 KG - $30,000 Benefactor Panto - 5 KG - $30,000 Karin BeeJay XL - 40 KG - $39,000 Bravado Paradise - 65 KG - $40,000 Emperor Habanero - 40 KG - $41,000 Albany Buccaneer - 12 KG - $48,000 Declasse Stallion - 25 KG - $48,000 Imponte Dukes - 25 KG - $52,000 Vapid Blade - 25 KG - $52,000 Declasse Tampa - 12 KG - $55,000 Declasse Sabre Turbo - 12 KG - $57,000 Karin Sultan - 12 KG - $60,000 Bravado Buffalo - 25 KG - $60,000 Bravado Gresley - 40 KG - $72,000 Bravado Gauntlet - 25 KG - $75,000 Ubermacht Sentinel XS - 12 KG - $77,000 Ubermahct Sentinel Cabrio - 12 KG - $89,000 Ubermacht Zion - 25 KG - $93,000 Ubermacht Zion Cabrio - 25 KG - $98,000 Bravado Buffalo S - 25 KG - $175,000 Ocelot Lynx - 12 KG - $190,000 Inverto Coquette - 25 KG - $210,000 Mirror Park Dealership RUNE Cheburek - 12 KG - $65,000 Vulcar Fagaloa - 25 KG - $65,000 Vapid Clique - 25 KG - $75,000 Annis Savestra - 12 KG - $80,000 Sentinel Classic - 12 KG - $90,000 Vapid Riata - 40 KG - $90,000 Issi Classic - 5 KG - $90,000 Western Nightmare Deathbike - 5 KG - $90,000 Canis Kamacho - 40 KG - $95,000 Lampadati Michelli GT - 12 KG - $100,000 Declasse Tulip - 25 KG - $100,000 Vapid Retinue - 12 KG - $105,000 Benefactor Streiter - 12 KG - $110,000 Vapid Ellie - 12 KG - $110,000 Declasse Impaler - 12 KG - $115,000 Declasse Vamos - 25 KG - $130,000 Comet RS - 12 KG - $180,000 - Note: Also known as the "Comet SR" Vapid Flash GT - 12 KG - $186,000 Jester Classic - 12 KG - $195,000 Karin Z190 - 12 KG - $198,000 - Note: Also known as the "190z" Rapid GT Classic - 12 KG - $200,000 Schyster Deviant - 12 KG - $200,000 Comet Offroad - 12 KG - $265,000 - Note: Also known as "Comet Safari" Vapid Dominator GTX - 25 KG - $290,000 Grotti GT500 - 12 KG - $350,000 Coil Raiden - 12 KG - $360,000 Pfister Neon - 12 KG - $490,000 Classic Cheetah - 12 KG - $550,000 Ocelot Pariah - 12 KG - $595,000 Freight Sales Taco Van - 65 KG - $30,000 Vapid Tow Truck (Large) - 25 KG - $35,000 Scrap Truck - 65 KG - $35,000 Maibatsu Mule 2 - 100 KG - $47,000 Brute Shuttle Bus - 100 KG - $55,000 Maibatsu Mule Armored(Maibatsu Mule 3) - 100 KG - $57,000 JoBuilt Hauler - 25 KG - $80,000 HVY Biff - 100 KG - $80,000 MTL Pounder - 100 KG - $85,000 MTL Packer - 25 KG - $95,000 Vapid Benson - 100 KG - $95,000 Bus - 100 KG - $95,000 Coach - 100 KG - $95,000 - Note: Also known as "Dashound" JoBuilt Phantom - 25 KG - $100,000 Utilities Dealership Nagasaki Blazer - 5 KG - $6,000 Declasse Tornado Junker - 25 KG - $8,900 - Note: Also known as "Tornado Beater" Declasse Tornado Junker Convertible - 5 KG - $8,900 Bf Surfer Rusty - 40 KG - $9,000 Declasse Burrito - 65 KG - $13,000 Nagasaki BF400 - 5 KG - $20,000 Bravado Duneloader - 25 KG - $21,000 Zirconium Journey - 65 KG - $21,000 Maibatsu Sanchez - 5 KG - $23,700 Karin Rebel (Rusty) - 40 KG - $26,100 Nagasaki Street Blazer - 5 KG - $32,100 Maibatsu Manchez - 5 KG - $33,000 Canis Seminole - 25 KG - $33,000 Brute Camper - 65 KG - $42,000 Vapid Sadler - 40 KG - $47,000 Canis Mesa - 25 KG - $55,000 Vapid Sandking SWB - 65 KG - $60,000 Dundreary Landstalker - 40 KG - $65,000 Vapid Sandking XL - 65 KG - $65,000 Canis Mesa Offroad Package - 40 KG - $70,000 - Note: Merryweather Mesa Sanders Motorcycles Pegassi Faggio Sport - 5 KG - $7,500 Western Rat Bike - 5 KG - $8,000 Dinka Enduro - 5 KG - $17,000 LCC Hexer - 5 KG - $26,000 FCR1000 Custom - 5 KG - $27,000 Shitzu PCJ-600 - 5KG - $27,000 FCR1000 - 5 KG - $28,000 Western Zombie Bobber - 5 KG - $31,000 Western Zombie Chopper - 5 KG - $31,500 Shitzu Vader - 5 KG - $35,000 Western Bagger - 12 KG - $35,000 Principle Nemesis - 5 KG - $39,000 Pegassi Ruffian - 5 KG - $40,000 Pegassi Esskey - 5 KG - $42,000 Principe Diablous - 5 KG - $43,000 Western Wolfsbane - 5 KG - $45,000 Western Daemon - 5 KG - $47,000 Nagasaki Carbon RS - 5 KG - $52,000 Dinka Double-T - 5 KG - $53,000 Western Daemon Custom - 5 KG - $53,000 Western Sovereig - 5 KG - $55,000 LCC Avarus - 5 KG - $56,000 Western Nightblade - 5 KG - $58,000 Dinka Akuma - 5 KG - $63,000 Western Cliffhanger - 5 KG - $80,000 Gargoyle - 5 KG - $95,000 Bilgeco Industrial Vehicles Clown Speedo - 40 KG - $9,0000 Bowboy Burrito - 65 KG - $95,000 - Note: Also known as "Mc-Gill Olsen Burrito" Public Utilities Boxville - 65 KG - $10,0000 - Note: Also known as "LSDWP Boxville" Human Labs Boxville - 65 KG - $100,000 - Note: Humane Labs Boxville Go Postal Boxville - 65 KG - $10,000,0 Bugstars Burrito - 65 KG - $100,000 Construction Burrito - 65 KG - $100,000 Pony - 65 KG - $110,000 Post Delivery Boxville - 65 KG - $120,000 Deludamol Rumpo - 65 KG - $120,000 Boats Sea Seagull Speedophile Seashark - 12 KG - $18000 Speedophile Seashark (Two-Tone) - 12 KG - $18,000 Shitzu Suntrap - 40 KG - $35,000 Nagasaki Dinghy (2 Seater) - 40 KG - $55,000 Nagasaki Dinghy (4 Seater) - 40 KG - $60,000 Shitzu Squalo - 40 KG - $65,000 Tug - 100 KG - $105,000, Shitzu Tropic - 40 KG - $150,000 Pegassi Speeder (Painted Body) - 40 KG - $30,0000 Pegassi Speeder (Wooden Body) - 40 KG - $300,000 Shitzu Jetmax - 40 KG - $320,000 Dinka Marquis - 65 KG - $370,000 Aircraft Fly'Out Helicopters Nagasaki Buzzard - 25 KG - $550000 Buckingham Maverick - 40 KG - $650,000 Maibatsu Frogger - 40 KG - $70,0000 Buckingham Swift - 40 KG - $850,000 Buckingham SuperVolito - 40 KG - $980,000 Buckingham SuperVolito Carbon - 40 KG - $1,000,000 Buckingham Volatus - 40 KG - $1,500,000 Sandy Shores Aircraft Western Cuban 800 - 25 KG - $730,000 Western Duster - 25 KG - $750,000 Mammoth Dodo - 25 KG - $800,000 JoBuilt Mammatus - 40 KG - $950,000 JoBuilt Velum - 40 KG - $950,000 JoBuilt Velum 5-Seater - 40 KG - $950,000 LS Airport Aircraft Buckingham Vestra - 40 KG - $800,000 Buckingham Nimbus - 40 KG - $950,000 To-do list: Add graphics Update the thread to make it look more neat Credits: Nervous for the permission & vehicle codes. St3fan[NL] for the vehicle codes.