Yeahhhh, It's been fun with this group. Had a lot of great times starting story lines and furthering server RP when the server actually had players. Sadly, cannot continue the group with the current state of DayZRP and the game of DayZ in general. Only 2 or 3 people on the roster actually consistently play, it sucks but it is what it is.
*Adrik would pick up his radio*
"I can verify, the Tsepov Family attempted multiple different times to have a sit down to avoid any blood shed, we even aided the enemy in an attempt to save Viktor's daughter."
*Adrik would put his radio down and continue enjoying his meal*
Not sure what you're talking about, but if you are talking about the situation that happened with @Nik, all that stuff was sorted IC and people walked away fine? Literally the person that was involved left feedback above you saying that she enjoyed the situation. If you want to claim that we were attempting to start hostilities, trust me we could have a while ago with Olsha, but instead have attempted to start a new story line with Olsha people instead. Instead of allowing that situation to escalate more than it could have, we mediated the argument, heard both sides, and everyone went on their ways, @FireDude, who was also there, can attest to this.
Maybe if you want to elaborate on the situation you are speaking about I can give an even further in depth response, but claiming that we were acting like run of the mill thugs is quite silly. Just because some of the guys felt as though they weren't getting the respect they deserved, and started to get a little mouthy, doesn't mean anyone was baiting looking for hostilities. It's something we like to call R O L E P L A Y. It's all RP at the end of the day, no one did anything their character wouldn't do or didn't have a reason to do. We all take great pride in the fact we don't allow OOC motives to get involved IC, we walk around thinking we own the place because shit, ICly that is just how our characters are. We do own the place and we go around attempting to own anything we think can be profitable or worth something in the future through rough negotiations, intimidation, protection, or opportunity.