Not attacking Ballas
Posted 16 November 2012 - 01:29 PM
But, VLA members who play as alies with GSF in one mission, always shoot CJ on eye sight although he doesn't threaten. I think even in normal play there are some Ballas who never attack CJ if he doesn't threaten while other attack him even on eye sight. Is this normal?
Posted 16 November 2012 - 05:58 PM
|QUOTE (Sucha84 @ Friday, Nov 16 2012, 14:29)|
|I think even in normal play there are some Ballas who never attack CJ if he doesn't threaten while other attack him even on eye sight. Is this normal?|
It may be related to pimping mission glitch.
Posted 16 November 2012 - 07:16 PM
How is CJ dressed?
Posted 17 November 2012 - 05:09 AM
I worn green jacket and green pants which were bought from Dider Sach. Those cloths give CJ highest respect and sex appeal. So, in normal case, CJ must be attacked by Ballas on eye sight specially with green cloths. I guess this happened because of pimping glitch. Also, I never use cheats or mods. Even if I use cheats, I never save a game.
My most dislike fact is Los Santos rioting. Rioters attack CJ without any reason and with pistals even if he doesn't threaten anybody. Hookers and Drug dealers always attack CJ with eye sight unless they fight against other people. Anyway, I managed to push BP/FP/EP/DP Greenwood to a garage with CJ's health meter is almost depleted. If I was shot down at least one more bullet, then all effort will be gone. Hookers, Drug dealers and some male drivers attacked me with Pistals and lost a considerable amount of health and armor in a quick time before I kill them myself and with the help from homies. However, with parachute trick, police was not a big threat. Disigners should have thought to remove rioting after mission "Riot". I don't know why people are still rioting after the mission "Riot".
Posted 21 November 2012 - 06:12 PM
As For the clothes part, regardless of what color cothes you wear, they'll always shoot you; thats how it was for me
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