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  1. Organized Crime and Gang Section (OCGS) » About Violent Gangs OUTLAW MOTORCYCLE GANGS Thursday, April 29, 2021 Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs (OMGs) are organizations whose members use their motorcycle clubs as conduits for criminal enterprises. OMGs are highly structured criminal organizations whose members engage in criminal activities such as violent crime, weapons trafficking, and drug trafficking. There are more than 300 active OMGs within the United States, ranging in size from single chapters with five or six members to hundreds of chapters with thousands of members worldwide. AUSLANDERS MOTORCYCLE CLUB Founded in March of 2002 in Phoenix, Arizona, the Auslanders are now one of the most present motorcycle clubs in the southern San Andreas. The Sandy Shores charter can be seen throughout both Blaine and Los Santos County, they stand out with their black and orange colors and the one-piece rocker that features a skeleton riding a motorcycle, with a 1% on his helmet and a sun cross underneath. The history of the club dates back to the early 2000s. Founded by Oliver "Money" Reynolds and Felix "Doc" Wallace, the club's first officers, the mother charter was established in south-central Phoenix. The Auslanders have created unrest since their early days. Their appearance, with its numerous white supremacist tattoos, the patches on their vests and their lifestyle disrupted the quiet lives of the locals. In the beginning the 1% on the vest represented nothing more than freedom and the club's separation from the ideal way of life in American society. Parties were held at the clubhouse where close friends and members of other MCs would show up, because everything worked on the premise "Respect me and I will respect you". If inside the club everything was organized, and members and close friends considered themselves family, externally they began to attract more and more attention. Many patched members were former prisoners who were used to the criminal lifestyle, others were simply men who found themselves inside the MC and shared their ideologies together. What was certain was that they all acted as a whole, and when they realized that there was a need for a source of income without them interfering with the work of society, illegal business became a necessity and so such activities gradually began to grow. Auslanders were becoming more violent, and this increasingly drove them away from the community and brought them to the attention of law enforcement. The club's name translates from German to "foreigners", and they had no problem admitting their detachment from the rules of the outside world. As time went on, Auslanders made both friends and enemies with other motorcycle clubs. The decline began in the late 2010s, when chaos and enmity led to several members being arrested or leaving the club involuntarily. After the arrest of president "Money" Reynolds and the death of VP "Doc" Wallace, the Arizona charter disbanded, leaving behind several groups of nomads who left the state together. In the summer of 2021, the nomads settled in Sandy Shores. Soon they became part of the community, changing some of the principles established in the mother charter and laying low for a while. They still kept their rather chaotic lifestyle and ideologies, their white supremacist tattoos (e.g. bolts, Maltese or iron crosses, swastikas, combinations of numbers or even the club emblem) and their avoidance of close interaction with people of color being customs that have been followed since the club bylaws were firstly written. (( OUT-OF-CHARACTER )) Our faction represents a fictional motorcycle club with white supremacist ideologies and often a rather violent outlook; Faction integration will be done strictly In-Character with exceptions due to server status; Our Discord server is available to anyone, and this is the link to access it: https://discord.gg/7ccxruwCMj; For further questions, you can contact us on Discord or on the forum at @xander11 or @DizzyDude
  2. Hey, Im Ed. StoryTeller, Kross, whatever... I have alot of nicknames. I'm just another schmuck from GTAW hopping over to LSRP after a few of the guys from 4x4 wanted to see if I'd join up, so I said sure. Guess Im a legal RPer, but my goals are to remain private for now. My hobbies include (IRL) Hunting, Fishing, Cars, Offroading, and if you wanna see what games im into, my steam is the same as my discord: StoryTeller#7734. I'm a bit race nut, love fallout, and even for an American I prefer UK Locomotives over US Locomotives. Have a question, leave it. Oh, I also help make Halo/Warhammer mods for Fallout 4, and Im a map creator on Transport Fever 2.
  3. Hey there! I created this topic to have a discussion or rather to give some ideas about the state of motorcycle clubs' patches. Those, who have roleplayed around the biker scene, will know that most of the time the only way to know which club a player represents is through /me and /ame. In a sense it is rather exhausting to have a preset of your patches on CTRL + C and CTRL + V or a keybind (on SAMP) and have to spam it all the time, when you have a gathering, ride, charity, etc. Moreover, when a group of around 10 or more bikers roll around in the city, it was an eye-sore to see all of the purple text popping above the riders heads. Let alone to be able to read what text was being displayed in the ocean of purple /ames or /mes and I don't think people would want to scroll through the text to see a patch of a biker, who they might not see ever again. That being said, I want to address some ideas of mine to the public and perhaps hear some of your thoughs on this. Now GTA V has a lot of modding possibilities. My first idea would sound something like this (of course if it is possible): why not to create/add a mod of vests, with pre-attached patches to it so the whole server would be able to see them. It could be an item obtainable in a shop or something in a familiar style. To prevent people from buying these vests and just creating chaos, these clothings could be linked to a rank in a official faction. Not only this would prevent trolls from abusing the clothing, but also could push unofficial motorcycle clubs to take their faction more serious as the end goal could not only be being and official faction but also your "colors" displayed to the whole server. The second suggestion is almost the same as the first one, but perhaps, these patches/vests would be available for factions, that are potentional candidates for the official status. This way the faction would know that they are going the right path and it would boost their self-esteem as it would be somewhat of an achievement that they managed to get. I think something familiar could be done with other type of factions too, like giving them environments/ custom tattoos/ graffities etc. Everything comes down to making the game more realistic and perhaps giving people new achievements towards the official status as the path to it could be bumpy, with a lot of people losing interest along the way. I would like to hear the community's perspective on this. Perhaps, with the input of you guys this idea could be polished even more and become a reality.
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