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Xenpai

[GUIDE] Roleplaying a 1%er biker.

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Xenpai

A quick easily read guide for wannabe bikers.

 

You shouldn't be RPing as a total badass, even though most bikers appear to be total badasses they are people too.
Because they got a patch on their back doesn't mean they don't have emotions, they can cry, bleed and fear things.

 

You shouldn't RP robbing and shooting people all day and fighting other motorcycle clubs. You should live your everyday life, there are plenty of stuff to do like getting a drink with your brothers, going on a ride, upgrading your bike, et cetera.


When roleplaying a biker, you need to value your club, motorcycle and 'colours' (patch) above everything else. The club comes first and your motorcycle is your third leg; you don't drive it, you ride it!

 

Bikers usually ride Harley-Davidson bikes or similar models. Bikers care about their bikes a lot, and wouldn't hesitate to upgrade them whenever they could or get them fixed either preferably by themselves or by a mechanic.

 

They also use 'Cager' to disrespect those from them who drive cars and you shouldn't be called that while in an MC.

 

They rather dislike/hate sports bikes and fast bikes such as the FCR, PCJ and NRG. They enjoy going on the road with their fellow bikers in formation as it shows power and their numbers to send fear onto their rivals. 

 

 

SLANG:

- Colors: The motorcycle club patch, usually the logo in its middle.

 

- Broken wing: A fellow biker involved in a crash. Also used as a patch.

 

- Bike-bitch: Passenger.

 

- Pill-pad: Passenger seat.

 

- Cage: A vehicle with an interior.

 

- Scoot: Bike.

 

- Leaving a mark: Motorcycle dripping oil.

 

- Rat bike: Old trashy bike.

 

- Rocket/Crotch rocket: A fast bike, usually a sports bike.

 

- Pipes: Vehicle exhausts.

 

- Rubber: Tires.

 

- Tailer: Last biker in the group.

 

- Twist: A curvy road. (i.e. drifting places, etc.)

 

- Tool/Screw/Wrench: Mechanic.

 

- Cut: Biker jacket.

 

- Rag: Same as before/logo.

 

-Ink/Tat: Tattoos.

 

-FTW: Fuck the world.

 

-Old lady: Girlfriend or wife.

 

-Turn one's back: Leave a club.

 

 

Patches

 

front-patch-vest-motorcycle-gang.jpg

 

Your patch is the most important part of being in a motorcycle club. Once you get a patch your vest means you are in the club, the same way a gangster bandana and tattoos work in other gangs. There are three most important patches that are to be put on the leather vest's back, depending on member status:

TOP ROCKER- The top part of the patch, usually curved and has the club name on it.


CENTER PATCH-This is usually the logo of the motorcycle club.


BOTTOM ROCKER- Also a curved part, but under the central patch and usually has the year the motorcycle club was made or the territory they occupy

 

You can usually express and show your patches OOCly via the /ame command or changing your appearance to include it.

 

Once you got your patch in a club, do NOT keep putting it on and off or you could get into trouble. A member of the club has to always show their affiliations unless told otherwise by a higher rank.

 

As a wannabe, no matter how strong or old you are, you will always start as a prospect.

 

Joining in:

 

You've passed your prospect stage and are no longer a prospect after showing the club you could be part of them and officially becoming patched. To keep your rank, respect, and possibly stay alive in the gang, try to respect higher ranked members than you or ones with more patches, and never cut their speech. You also must listen to any command a higher rank orders you to. You can do anything a member can do, go on a ride-off, drink some beer at the pub, participate in the church and chapel.

 

Make sure to also RP your patches well, don't go around with 9 patches as you are only in your first rank.

Edited by Xenpai
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Ermetano

Great guide, good job.

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HappyToker

Hell yeh brother, let's go! White Wolves forever, forever White Wolves

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Fythen

Great guide. I'm thinking about RPing a biker in BARP, this helped a lot.

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Peter

Nice.

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muerte

Actual guides that help people, always nice to have those.

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krulcifer.

pretty enough to read.

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RexSmithy

Wtf Bike-Bitch from which site you copied this? Issa Bitch Riding.

Just watch SoA and Mongols documentary and you got it.

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Shots

not too bad.

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AmigoLV

Coppied

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HowImetyourmum

Biggest rule breaker in the game decided to make a guide. AWESOME.

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Oscar
Posted (edited)

1. Create a MC club and make 35-40~ fake accounts and join it with them.

2. Do shit IC, scam in safezone, provoke out fights and when people deal with it IC, tab out for 15-30mins ish.

3. Wait for cops to come, then tab back in.

4. Then start roleplaying how bad you got beaten up in the 30min tab out time and all that stuff, so cops arrest people around you.

5. Report everyone around yourself, because you ain't taking L's.

6. ??????

7. Profit.

Edited by Oscar
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Danny
Posted (edited)

Credits go where it's due -> Ruskie  retired-text.png

You should have the decency to make that clear in the thread.

 

 

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Carmine

very helpful, thanks

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