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PostSubject: Archive   Mon Jan 16, 2012 9:51 pm




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Sureños, or Sureñas for females, are groups of loosely affiliated street gangs.[4] Sureño is a Umbrella term used to describe various street gangs that pay tribute to the Mexican Mafia while in Federal and State correctional facilities. Many Sureño gangs have rivalry with one another and the only time this rivalry is set aside is when they enter the prison system.[5] Thus, fighting is common among different Sureño gangs even though they share the same common identity.

The Sureños main stronghold is in Southern California where they originated. They have successfully migrated into every major city in every state in the United States as well as Canada, the US Military, Mexico, Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala. There are unconfirmed reports of their presence in various South American countries as well. Many larger criminal street gangs claim 13 under the Sureño banner such as the 18th Street gang, Playboys gang, and Mara Salvatrucha. Contrary to common belief among Sureños, Norteños still outnumber Sureños 4-to-1 in Central California.[6] Northern States such as Oregon, Washington and Alaska have seen a substantial increases in street gangs under the Sureño and Norteño banners. Eastern Washington is almost exclusively either a Sureño or Norteño territory with the only exception being Spokane, Washington

The term "Sureños” means Southerner in Spanish. Even though Sureño's were established in 1968, the term was not used until the 1970's as a result of the continued conflict between the Mexican Mafia and Nuestra Familia in California's prison system.[8] As a result of these prison wars, all Hispanic California street gangs align themselves with the Sureño or Norteño movement with very few exceptions such as the Fresno Bulldogs and the Maravilla gangs of East Los Angeles. When a Sureño is asked what being a Sureño means, gang members, without exception, answer, “A Sureño is a foot soldier for the Mexican Mafia.”[9] Their biggest enemies are the Norteños (Northerners) that claim allegiance to the Nuestra Familia, various Crips, Bloods and the Fresno Bulldogs in Fresno, California.

Sureños use the number 13 which represents the thirteenth letter of the alphabet, the letter M, in order to pay allegiance to the Mexcan Mafia.[10] Common Sureño gang markings and tattoos include, but are not limited to: Sur, XIII, X3, 13, Sur13, uno tres, trece and 3-dots. In many parts of the country they will identify themselves with the color blue and include wearing sports clothing from teams such as the Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Dodgers, Los Angeles Kings (sometimes), Los Angeles Lakers, San Diego Padres, San Diego Chargers, Dallas Cowboys, Oakland Raiders and San Jose Sharks. Most Sureños are of Hispanic decent, but some Sureño gangs allow members from various other ethnic backgrounds to join their ranks making Sureños multiethnic. The most important things that all Sureños must live by is respect and loyalty. These traits are highly valued and anything seen as a violation can result in lethal retaliation. Although what is heard in the news is only violence perpetuated by criminal street gangs, most of the time gang members are not engaged in criminal activity. Many social street gangs have infamous reputations, but spend most of their time socializing with other members of their gang and do not actually engage in daily criminal acts

Sureño groups are involved in every aspect of criminal activity from homicides,[14] drug trafficking[15], kidnapping, and even violent cases of domestic violence against their own girlfriends and family.[16]. There have been many high profile criminal cases involving Sureños in a variety of states. In Washington State there are some Playboy Sureños on trial for shootings at a car show up in Kent Washington earlier this year. This case has attracted a lot of media coverage in the state





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El Jefe (Rank 6)
El Jefe is the leader of the gang. The job is to make sure everything is in order.

Mano Derecha (Rank 5)
You have been loyal to La Onda and never betrayed the gang. You tell every members to do something when the leader have other things to do.

Capitan (Rank 4)
A trusted member in the ranks. You listen to all orders of the leaders or Mano Derecha and do as they say. You always get the job done right.

Respetado Soldado (Rank 3)
You have became a well-known Member to get to this rank. You listen to orders and do as you are told.

El Soldado (Rank 2)
Ragged member. All Soldados must listen to the higher ranks and obey their orders without any questions. If he done something wrong, he will get killed anytime.

El Nuevo (Rank 1)
You have an interest to join our gang. You are going to prove to us that you want to join the gang.






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*El Jefe hand you a note and you read it*
1. Don't ever disrespect the leader or you any of your Members.
2. Listen to your members that have more power then you even he's younger.
3. You won't get a chance to leave the gang, you will be killed for that.
4. You must call your homies by the street name especially the leader.
5. Don't do anything that would get us up into a gangwar unless the leader wants it.
*You fold the paper and pocket it*

Out-Of-Character
1. Follow all the server rules.
2. NEVER ask for promotions.
3. Rp is required at all times unless you got permissions from administrator to do so.
4. Don't talk too much in /b's while Rping.
5. Never MG, PG, OOC flaming, etc..
6. Don't forget to Rp your injury.





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Mexican Slang (Try to memorize the ones used most))

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PostSubject: Re: Archive   Mon Jan 16, 2012 9:52 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Archive   Mon Jan 16, 2012 10:41 pm

Sweet one,the idea might really fit if you get a nice story too..well or you got it but I didn't read it XD I was just looking over the stuff,and yeah,pretty interesting. good luck dude,and that slang...holy fck..I speak spanish and there was some shit I never knw of O.o Anyway,good luck ! Nice to see people at least try.
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PostSubject: Re: Archive   Mon Jan 16, 2012 10:45 pm

Sounds like a nice faction, as long as it isn't like some of the previous gangs. Good luck with it.

PS: Spoiler the slang thingy because it seems to be the larger thing in the entire post.

PSS: Make sure your members aren't trigger happy "Dr Dre & Ice Cube Natural Born Killaz me iz keel copz0r lololo" .... Not wanting to be offensive to previous factions owners who had this trouble.
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PostSubject: Re: Archive   Tue Jan 17, 2012 12:23 am

Thanks for the support.. Will update daily.
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