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Helm last won the day on July 25

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  1. FD's come a long way from the 30 minute scenes that were, really, roadside surgeries. At this point, I don't think there's any issues with their urgency. They have been taught well over the past year or so. There's still some issues, but certain things just can't be perfect on text roleplay servers like ours. Gotta cut some slack.
  2. I'd like to see more things done on illegal enterprises: especially drugs. I also think it'd be nice to see changes made to the script to better facilitate certain crimes. The lockpicking script was cool. But it wasn't really a big change. I really want to see a way for illegal roleplayers to circumvent all of the stalling and foot dragging I see happen during robberies. I think that'd make doing them much more interesting and less frustrating for the perpetrators. Perhaps the biggest and best thing that could happen for illegal RPers, though, is the chance to be given unique RP scenarios. When I say scenarios, I mean anything that can facilitate interesting roleplay for them by the means of illegal FM / admin controlled NPCs / contacts. Things, like heists, or big time deals, that can lead to long term boons if performed successfully - or terrible blowback if messed up. This sort of thing wouldn't even require script changes, it would just require illegal FM to actually care to get involved in the roleplay, and to come up with interesting ideas for various factions to be thrown. It is also something that already happens at times for PD. Admins spawning as random throwaway characters to commit crimes normal players or characters wouldn't. Usually in the form of big shootouts. Which is.... Fine, but is obviously not where illegal RPers would want to go. If some thought could be given to that, then I think illegal factions, at least the good, committed ones, deserve a shot to have some unique, engaging RP events from time to time too.
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    really cked this man on an MVA?
  4. I don't think there's anything wrong with letting a person write how they want. It's their choice. As long as it stays third person. So, first person /do's need to go.
  5. Hating ERP is not a joke. ERP is a sin, and needs to be eradicated. I, the Grandmaster of the Holy Order of the Anti-ERP Crusaders, will not rest until ERP does not exist in any facet. My goal is a noble, yet difficult one. We have made some progress over the centuries, but the heresy continues to spread. Help us eradicate this global menace.
  6. what'd you tag me fo- What the. No one should ever ERP just because it's fun. It's not fun. ERP is a sin. Quit it. Relationship RP is a necessary evil. As long as it comes close to ERP but doesn't go into ERP then that's fine.
  7. Helm

    The recent riots

    Yes, all the random mallrats joining in on the riot really made sense. /s Seriously, people who never step foot in South Central, and never have *reason* to, were showing up by the middle of the primary riot. If they had simply become observers, that'd be fine. Or maybe started their own "protest" away from the angry rioters, that'd be fine. But instead, these people, who, mind you, had no real idea of what was happening, just... Joined the rioters. I distinctly remember these random white characters trying to drive lifted trucks into one of the barricades. Numerous times. So, honestly - didn't have much fun. Just felt like a chore, namely because of all the randoms who show up and pay exactly 0 attention to their roleplay, or their characters. Unfortunately, this has always been the case in GTA RP, and as such, riots are hardly ever really that fun for the LEOs involved. Especially the poor SOBs who sit on the perimeter only to get ran over by Trashmasters out of the blue. If only the RCV's water cannon worked...
  8. If you took even a peek at the Penal Code you'd see that fines are included as part of the sentencing for certain crimes. Depending on how the character pleas, those fines will either be issued immediately by the arresting officer on a guilty or no contest plea, or will be issued during sentencing on a not guilty plea. This is another example of a suggestion that should be made ICly to political RPers.
  9. Username: frozensooner Comment: if only she'd funded an air show at Zancudo instead. i'm sure even the Mayor could get behind that!
  10. Maybe the only problems are the ones the people who are complaining create for themselves.
  11. I just think this is funny because I could prove this blatant lie wrong with a quick Google search: https://www.atf.gov/explosives/accelerant-and-explosives-detection-canines "As a bonus, because of their conditioning to smokeless powder and other explosive fillers, ATF trained explosives detection canines can detect firearms and ammunition hidden in containers and vehicles, on persons and buried underground."
  12. I think the worst part is that when they do crash into someone, in most cases they'll either drive away like nothing happened, or want to void the crash. If they do roleplay the crash, they seem to forget that they slammed into someone going 90+ MPH, and simply roleplay minor injuries and barely any damage to their vehicles. I strongly dislike the blatant disregard for driving etiquette and laws. These people know they're playing a game and drive accordingly, which really makes it hard to take anything seriously on this server when the foundation isn't very stable. The least I'd expect from everyone on a heavy RP server is realistic driving, but... I can't even begin to compare the driving on this server to IRL, because there's almost no comparison. All I can say is "people IRL don't drive like absolute total morons with nothing to lose." Another thing, as a LEO roleplayer, I don't want to interact with people who drive in the manners described here. Half the time, they're just going to run from the cops anyway. The other half of the time, if they do stop, they're simply awkward to deal with, because they've basically committed a series of misdemeanors, but roleplay like they've done nothing wrong... If they can roleplay at all. As such, if I see someone driving like that... I typically ignore them, in favor of looking for someone actually interesting to roleplay with, who commits realistic violations of the Vehicle Code.
  13. Helm

    Body types [Add-on]

    This is the single worst suggestion I have seen on here in a long while. ERP is a sin. This only promotes ERP. And thus, it is a sin. Sin is always a no from me.
  14. This is a bad suggestion. Criminal roleplayers don't roll up to scenes and then decide that they all of a sudden need larger weapons. They don't roll up to scenes already being shot at by people using rifles. I think the /take and /place emotes are necessary to ensure the balance during scenes like this. If, of course, there is no pressure of expediency to respond to someone shooting at you, or at someone else, then you always still have the ability to roleplay these actions to your heart's desire accordingly. It's a different nature of events. The reason these things don't exist for criminals is because these larger weapons are not being used in the same manner. LEO roleplayers use these weapons only when needed or in self-defense. Criminals use these weapons in well-planned ambushes, and have the time to write the required emotes for them. Typically, LEOs don't have that time, which is why these automatic emotes exist - otherwise, these weapons would never be able to be used when they're actually required - as LEO roleplayers would be wasting precious moments to type out things like this. It's not about acquiring an advantage, it's about doing away with a disadvantage, which most people don't seem to understand.
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