Grand Theft Roleplay
*Grand Theft Roleplay*
* A New Way To RP *
- FBI Fixed
- More Factions Added
- Blinkers With Arrows
- Cinema Mapped
- New Licenses Place
- New Passport System
- Army Base Mapped
- Key System Fixed
- Eat System Fixed

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Server Rules .:.Grand theft Roleplay.:. By Mikhail

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Post  Cesar_Cole on Sun 31 Oct 2010, 1:01 pm

Account Rules:
- Proper Roleplay Names , examply John_Miller - Don't use names like Don_Montana , Extreme_Killer
- Use Capital letters. Wrong: john_miller Right: John_Miller
- If you forgot your password, contact an admin and provide proofs.

Server Rules:

- No Cheating. (IP Range Ban.)
- Abusing Bugs (Account Ban if no report to Admins. On Types like: Cash, etc)
- Spamming (Jail/Kick/Tempban)
- DeathMatch[DM] , SpawnKill[SK] , RevengeKill [RK] , Drive-By[DB] (Jail/Kick/Ban)
- Other Language than english in IC and Global OOC (/o)

* DeathMatch [DM] - Shooting around like a crazy, killing without a proper Roleplay Reason.
* SpawnKill [SK] - Killing Someone who just spawned. (In a range of 10 Minutes)
* RevengeKill [RK]- If someone killed you, you cant go back instantly and Re-Kill him.
* Drive-By [DB] - Shooting as Passenger from your car, will result in a BAN.
Role Play guide:

In roleplaying, participants adopt and act out the role of characters, or parts, that may have personalities, motivations, and backgrounds different from their own. Roleplaying is like being in an improvisational drama or free-form theatre, in which the participants are the actors who are playing parts, and the audience.
A role-playing game is a type of game in which the participants assume the roles of characters and collaboratively create stories. Participants determine the actions of their characters based on their characterization, and the actions succeed or fail according to a formal system of rules and guidelines. Within the rules, they may improvise freely; their choices shape the direction and outcome of the games.

In Character(IC):

In roleplaying games, In Character (or IC) refers to the world of the characters, rather than the world of the players. That is, a character talking to another character is an IC interaction, set within the IC world, while two players talking about a football game or their real lives is an Out of Character ('OOC') interaction.

This is a RP (RolePlay)server, normally you are not just a person sitting at your computer playing a game to see how many kills you can get. You play a character and try and emulate life (loosely of course, we dont all have guns in real life). If you want to speak IC there are a few different ways to do it.

To speak to other characters nearby you just typing normally without any command, or by using "/l <Message>"(when on a phone)
-To advertise by using "/ad <Message>" (This will result in a green line going to all players as an advert for you to sell things, arrange parties etc etc)
-To whisper other characters nearby so only that person hears you is done via "/w <Message>".(Other characters will know you have whispered the other person, but not what you have whispered- to do so use /me whispers to XXX)
-To shout out us "/s <Message>" This extends the range of which you can normally be heard (dont use /s all the time though)

Whilst speaking in any of these forms, do not use accronyms or smilies like lol, wtf, omg, etc or :O :S , doing so will result in any or all of the following. Admin jail, kicks from server or bans from the server (eventually).

Out Of Character(OOC):

Out of Character (OOC) is a roleplaying term, referring to the world of the players, rather than the world of the characters. Actions in the game that are described from the point of view of the assumed character are referred to as In Character (IC). Actions or discussion of the character from the player's point of view are OOC.

OOC is used when you are not RPing, when you, as a person sitting at home/work want to talk to others NOT YOUR CHARACTER. Again there are a few ways to do this:

-Local OOC is done by typing " ( " <Message>" this will send a message to players around you, but will include ((Message)) brackets around what you said, to indicate its not to be use for roleplay purposes.
-Global OOC (server wide OOC) is done by simply doing "/o <Message>" The colour of the text for any type of OOC is a different colour, and includes the double brackets to identify it as OOC.

So, the basic rule is, if its your character saying something use an IC method, if its you as a player, use an OOC method. Can be tricky to get used to but it helps the RP along.

NOTE - do not use OOC information for IC purposes.

Also, ID's and /commands and terms like DMing or things to do with admins are OOC and all of these things above need to be said with /b brackets. Using Smiley's or acronyms Incharacter will be punished with admin jail, if you continue and dont stop you will be banned.


In role-playing games, metagaming is the use of out-of-character knowledge in an in-character situation. A character played by a metagamer does not act in a way that reflects the character's in-game experiences and back-story.

Driving Rules:

-Easiest rule. Drive like you would IRL
-Keep on the RIGHT hand side of the road, this is america
-Stop at junctions and look for oncoming traffic
-Give way to oncoming traffic
-When driving don't drive off cliff's, hills, drops etc.. any kind of high fall is not acceptable, you wouldnt drive off a cliff IRL and then continue driving down the road, so don't do it here
-Do NOT ram into other people at full speed for no reason at all
-Park appropriately on the sidewalk edge/kurb NOT on the sidewalk

-Swurving across the road and knocking down lamposts is NOT acceptable nor RP, you will most likely get jailed for non-rp driving.

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