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  1. you fucking weapon
  2. if this gets added, sheesh
  3. I love you.

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    2. VeX

      VeX

      right thats it

       

      your block

       

       

      its coming off.

       

       

      right off.

    3. Jezte
    4. VeX

      VeX

      hes not available right now but I am @Jezte 

  4. Story and other info updated.
  5. Owl V is the shit, don't question it because you can't create RP for yourself or between three people.
  6. I suggest you sit down.
  7. You're talking like a moving headshot takes 0 skill.
  8. Smoke packs in stores near you, good luck
  9. The grunge things are amazing.
  10. 조폭 During the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, organized crime was widespread in Korea with the syndicates controlling large parts of the entertainment district, media and politics. Common practices of these groups included loan sharking, money laundering, racketeering, prostitution and of course gambling. In 1990, the Korean Government declared war against organized crime, introducing Article 114 of Korean Criminal Law dictating that not only were organized gangs illegal, but those who joined or formed groups could also be charged. The introduction of this law resulted in the incarceration of hundreds of mobsters and mob bosses with many others emigrating However, the gangs instead transformed themselves into business corporations, working on expansion just as the East Asian Financial Crisis struck the nation in 1997, using the crisis to their advantage by running loan sharking schemes and blackmailing people for their own personal gain. Over time, the groups started to branch out into different locations in order to push their reputation and gain power over different areas, some eventually moving to different countries in order to continue their activities without being under the Korean Government’s eye. Those who fled Korea in order to continue their activities without being under the Korean Government’s eye began to concentrate on other locations where they could establish their own Koreatowns, including San Andreas Little Seoul. Little Seoul, is a neighbourhood in central Los Santos with the inhabitants primarily made up of Hispanic and Korean citizens who had emigrated in the hope of capitalising in the growing city. The Mafia soon managed to build their own foundation in Little Seoul, concentrating on gambling, adult entertainment and extortion with the aim of growing their reputation across Los Santos. Members of the Korean Mafia often have tattoos that signify what group they are part of. When confronted by other mobs or groups, they show the tattoo to identify themselves. The tattoo can also be used as a warning to civilians and therefore because of this, tattoos have often been considered taboo by those aware of what the tattoos symbolise. Relations: The group will often associate themselves with most Asian background groups and won't limit to only that, as long as money is made and no one shows threat to the organisation business can flow as normal. Influences & Activities: The Korean Mafia participates in a wide range of criminal activities and has an influence on many different markets in Los Santos and overseas as well. Some sides of the mafia focus on legal fronts for making money whilst others explore illegal avenues such as drug dealings, gambling, prostitution, extortion and human trafficking. The Korean Mafia is massively involved with the trafficking and distribution of opioid drugs, primarily heroin, and as a result has held a large stranglehold on this market of drugs. However, the mafia avoids dealing heroin with its locals and instead looks to distribute it away from its communities. Ambitions: The ambition with this faction is to develop a realistic Korean Mafia using the history of the real life Asian mafia operations in Los Angeles as a foundation. We are putting a lot of emphasis into both sides of the Korean Mafia; the street gang side and the organized elements, to ensure that we are getting the most out of the faction and providing a fun, enjoyable experience for everyone that is part of the faction. We will be taking our time with developing our characters and the faction as a whole, being sure to enjoy every step of progression. This includes individual advancement through ranks in the faction. If you are looking to join a faction to get guns and shoot people, this is not the faction for you. Faction Clauses: By joining this faction as a Shatei (uninitiated member) or above, you agree to be CK’d if it is deemed necessary and is granted by the faction’s leadership. Similarly, faction leadership may choose to remove your character from the faction if it is believed that your roleplay is not in line with our goals and ambitions or if you are felt to be portraying the faction negatively. You must have permission from faction leadership to post screenshots.
  11. Keep this shit rolling, fuck a snoochie.
  12. Great update! Maybe when bleeding out you should have an option to slow bleed-out with a command when not moving. So that way you can call for help or have more time to do so.
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