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Charli

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  1. I came from GTA 5 RP and needed a break. I signed up for DayzRP awhile back, but shit happened and wasn't able to really play out my original character or play on DayzRP at all for awhile. Decided recently with my boyfriend, to start RPing on DayzRP because we wanted to RP some where there is real RP. People on the GTA 5 RP server I am on, would follow the rules, but would do bare minimum RP. Instead, they'd just rob banks and provide very little RP in general. There wasn't any story in that. They did it because they could. They did it because if you weren't a cop or EMS, you played a 1 dimensional character that did everything everyone else was doing. Point is, what I've learned so far in DayzRP is that, everyone except maybe 20% of the server are bandits and just go around robbing people for their things. Not only that, but they also steal when no one is at their base. So you're saying that in RP, because you CAN rob people, that you should rob them every chance you get without roleplay? From my experience here, this is a some what watered down version of a PvP server. Roleplay should always come first and it honestly just seems like people decided to RP a bunch of bandits and that's the only route they are going to take in RP. I've met 2 people who are not bandits, but have been robbed multiple times. Does it make any sense for a person to be robbed multiple times in an entire week? This RP environment is not safe for those who want to RP solo characters. It caters to larger groups who can actually protect not only themselves, but their people and their things. You'd think with this being a survival game, after watching movies or TV shows that are based on surviving some kind of apocalypse, there would be more to just coming up on someone's base that no one is occupying for whatever reason, you'd leave it alone because you aren't gaining any RP. Is this a RP server or we going around exploiting the fact that you CAN rob people offline and rob those who are out and about etc. and can avoid YOUR character getting conflict for stealing someones crap? Because you can't get conflict or have pvp consequences for stealing someones things. You are literally providing zero RP to protect their things or RP giving up their things because they don't want to die over things that they could easily get some where else if they once again had to go looking for it. Some of you are missing the point of roleplay. This isn't roleplay. Just because you CAN do something, doesn't mean you SHOULD do it. This is the same crap you get in a lot of GTA 5 servers. Too many crims, not enough originality with characters - everyone is a crim and does the same kind of crime. So because my character got their stuff stolen, I should use that to my advantage to develop my character and RP "not hording things and keep it in a safe secure place" or that my character should ALSO steal peoples crap when they are offline or out and about not able to protect or do anything about their things? Because that's character development to you? Are you guys aware of Conan Exiles RP? A lot of the rules and guidelines in pretty much every conan RP server is that roleplay comes first, you aren't allowed to just go to someones base and raid it and steal people's things because there is ZERO RP in it. The way Conan Exiles game lore is, would allow people to rob and steal things from other people because it is a survival type of game and its based on people who have done crimes who are exiled to lands where bad people go. But these servers, like myself, see no RP consequences in blindly raiding or stealing shit from others. Honestly the only reason I stopped playing Conan Exiles was because of personal reasons and because of the dumbass eRP/sex mods they have on it. Yiiiiiiiiiiiiiiikes. But that's a whole other thing I won't get into. Like I said before, this server is a watered down version of a PvP server without the KoS. When your stuff is stolen offline or when you are out and about in server, your RP gets taken away from you because you can't RP conflict out and you can't do anything after it's stolen because you don't know who stole what. Your character can't go and retaliate or go after those people because they have no idea who did it. There is literally TWO ways your character can go from there. That is, become one of the thieves (super 1 dimensional character development btw) OR dust yourself off and try again until you do become a 1 dimensional character who does what everyone else is doing with their own characters. Keep telling yourselves over and over again, that it makes sense for people to be robbed while they are offline or out and about etc. It doesn't change the fact that there is zero RP in it.
  2. When Charli was younger, all she wanted to do was grow up fast and explore the world. So much so, when she was 10, she bought her first camera - a Polaroid camera and constantly was taking pictures. She was too mature for her age and her mother worried about her way more than her other siblings since she was the youngest of six. Since Charli couldn't explore the entire world, she spent more of her time exploring around Los Angeles regardless if her parents forbade it. Los Angeles was bigger than her and Charli found herself tied up in situations she now knows were bad ones. During her teenage years, she hung out with her brothers friends who were apart of a Japanese gang called Yakuza and ended up dating one of them. Her affiliation with the gang made her a target to not only cops, but also rival gangs that didn't care if you were in a gang or not. After her brother was shot and killed by a rival gang, Charli stopped dating her Yakuza boyfriend and took up self-defense classes, not only in combat but also trained in shooting a pistol. When Charli was accepted into New York University when she was 18, she didn't hesitate to pack her bags and move all the way across the other side of America in order to have a better life and get away from the attention she was receiving from her history of being affiliated with a gang. Since she had a passion for taking pictures, she decided to major in Photography. After getting her bachelors in photography, it didn't take her long to find a part-time job with the New York Post. After working a few years as a minor photographer, only taking photos of New York City, she was transitioned into traveling and taking photos of different places and people all over the world. Eventually, she met a war correspondent named James Carr who was so desperate for a photographer to cover a story he was doing in Afghanistan because his photographer shipped out of Afghanistan for another job. He only looked at her photo's for 30 seconds and hired her. The next day they were on a plane to Afghanistan and spent two years there. When news about a illness in Chernarus broke out, New York Post asked James Carr to cover the story and Charli came along with him to help him. However, they weren't expecting to get stuck there nor expecting the illness to turn people into zombies.
  3. Thanks for all the welcomes you guys
  4. Hey guyssss I go by Charli but it's not my real name. Shhhh. ? I love to RP. I've been doing it for a really long time. Only recently - a year ago, did I realize you can RP GTA V. So I've been doing that for about a year. Tried DayZ rp in some random RP server about 6 months ago and it didn't take. But recently for the past 3 weeks I've been getting into the game itself with a group of friends who aren't strangers to Dayz RPing at all and they wanted to RP here, so here I am. =D Hope to see you guys in game
  5. Oh hey, wait. I know you! I LOOOOOOOOOOOVE YOU BB
  6. Ashallayn Rae Verity lived a fulfilling life for the most part. She was born into a family that had a lot of money, but never thought much into it because she didn’t care. Ash was very close to her family with the exception of her mother. At the age of 5, her mom thought Ash joining an archery club would teach her not only poise but also patience so she started archery and she fell in love with it. When her older sister Luna found interest in books, she found interest in shooting her longbow. When her parent’s split up shortly after Ash took up archery, her mother took Luna with her, while Ash stayed with her father. She had never forgiven her mother for taking off and leaving her behind, so their relationship has always been strained since. Her father however, she was very close to and loved just as much as she loved her older sister. Her relationship with her sister was what one would call very close. She was only 2 years older than Ash so they were close in age for the most part. Ash tried teaching her how to shoot a longbow insisting it was the best experience a person could have. Only her sister refused, telling her it was a dumb sport, she’d rather throw a paper bag around than touch the thing. As Ash grew, so did her interests. Watching a lot of criminal TV drama’s made her interested in being a police officer or a detective of some kind. She just wasn’t sure if seeing dead bodies was something her stomach could with stand considering realistically it wouldn’t be the same as finding one like on the TV dramas she was used to watching. Either way, it didn’t stop her from acting like a police officer who pulled her dad over while they did a bunch of odd things around the house. Sometimes, even Luna joined in during the summers she visited them from Greece. If you asked her what her favorite game was, it was Clue. Cliché as it seems, it’s was true. At age 19, Ash was off to college to study Criminal Justice in California with the intent of getting her Bachelors then securing a job as a Law Enforcement Officer then going to a Police Academy. Once Ash was done with school she became a Law Enforcement Officer and also went to the local Police Academy to get her degree. It was there she learned how to shoot a handgun. When she got a transfer to a different police precinct in Chicago, IL. Before she knew it, Ash’s Chief was impressed with all her hard work as well as her crucial help on a few homicide cases that he promoted her to be a Homicide Detective without having to get her Masters. That’s when she met her partner who was quite the charmer and still is. They tried dating but it didn’t work out and they stayed good friends and worked well together to solve murders. Later on down her career path, she had gotten into some trouble with her Chief and almost got suspended. Instead of suspending her, the Chief gave her a case she couldn’t refuse – not because she loved it, but because if she refused, she’d lose her job. The case was on a Russian mobster who was smuggling and killing young girls. She went undercover for 5 months and the case still hadn’t got her anywhere. He was too smart. She ended up following him all the way to Russia where she planned to kill him, however her plane crashed into the Cherno Hotel. She survived and has been wondering around Chernarus for a way out since.
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