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    Hopefully, nobody gets banned for the removal of dynamic rights. I can see it already. Bandit - Hands UP Whitename 1 - Okay Okay. Whitename 2 - Yeeted Nibba. Admin - Banned you got no rights. Whitename 2 - But... He was robbing my mate and my friend was in danger how else am I suppose to react? Admin - You reinitiate. Whitename 2 was never to be seen again on DayZRP. I get yall want to discourage PvP and promote RP and more groups to pop up but I think we should give the nonhostile RPrs something to help them out with not place a massive barrier up this is only going to make a bandits life easier and discourage people to play.
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    Just found this from a few months back, didn't even knew I had it recorded. @RogueSolace, @cheeks & @Aristocrat singing happy birthday to @Brayces:
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    Official Welcome to @Coda852 and @yellow02486! Sorry it took so long guys...
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    Well, they could reinitiate I guess, but it'd be a bit of a..
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    Exactly, people aren't going to like it "but muh PvP" but that always comes with changes for the better Big fan of number 3. The other numbers aren't to bad either but #3 is cash. Finna have to hop in game sometime now even if beta isn't out.
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    The removal of dynamic groups will not result in new and unique groups being made. It will result in either everyone joining a group (if that group even lets them join) or it will result in generic, cookie cutter groups being made that don’t serve any other purpose than to share kill rights. Not only that, but this will hurt casual players and is extremely immersion killing. I get that the original intention for dynamic groups was for them to be temporary, but that is not how they have been used for literally at least 3 years. If the intent for dynamics was to be temporary, why didn’t you clarify that in the rules or on the forums during any part of those 3+ years? Why is it only now being changed? There’s also the issue that not everybody has time to make or join an official group. Sometimes people just want to get on every once and a while to play with their friends. They may either not want to or cannot put forth the effort to stay active or make/join a group. So, that person and their friends potentially move on to another community with less ridiculous immersion breaking rules. The server desperately needs everyone it can get right now. Pushing people away by implementing annoying and immersion breaking rules will hurt the server terribly. I understand that the intent is to limit pvp, but pvp is not an issue right now. There is only one consistent bandit group right now, and it’s not like we’re initiating and killing everybody we can see. All in all, I believe this was a terrible change to make and will only serve to hurt casual players, hurt immersion, and ultimately push some people away from the community.
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    I am not in my happy place right now. Simply going to sit and see how this goes before making any critical judgments about it. Thanks for the heads up. EDIT// just gonna tag this onto the end of my post ti restate my initial thoughts on removing dynamics:
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    For people that have names that are too long to fit in DayZ, there was a work around that you could do. You could go to your DayZ folder in your documents, open one of the files, and change the name in there. Well with .62 coming out, the file that you would go into to change the name is now changed to a different file. It is now called something similar to this "Name.DayZProfile.062". However, it does not have a default program to open it with. There is an easy fix to this. All you have to do is right click the file, and click "Open With", then choose "Notepad". You may have to look for the Notepad program in a short list, but it should be there. You can only open the file with the default Notepad program. You cannot use a program like Notepad++ unfortunately (or maybe you can, but mine wouldn't work). After you have opened the file in Notepad, hit Ctrl+F and type in "playerName". Once you've found the playerName line, you can change the name inside the quotes to whatever you would like it to be. For example, "Artem Kuznetsov". TL;DR: gif instructions below:
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    Approved your whitelist, have fun
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    I'm just a little acoustic, don't mind me
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    *Listening into the broadcast, a long sigh could be heard over the radio, as Luka would depress the PTT button and begin speaking. His thick Chernarussian voice calm and collected* "You people, judging us by the deeds of a few. Why do you hate us? We did all we could for you. For them. For Chernarus...We bled for you, died for you by the thousands so you lucky civilians could escape the carnage mostly intact. My men...men...I hesitate to even use that word now - Eighteen year old boys died for all of you. And now you act as an ungrateful, forgetful bunch who simply ignore the wandering corpses of my fellow brothers in arms in the many installations now abandoned around Chernarus as if we had done nothing - or as if every single one of us has done something horrible - as if they deserve such a horrid fate. I am sorry for your friends, Truly, I am sorry - and I know my words do not mean much - an old soldier trying to show condolences is rare and far between. The CDF didn't abandon you all by choice, that much is certain. And I am trying my hardest to help here in South Zagoria - but when it is just me, and a handful of others, trying to stem the tide and needs of hundreds, or even thousands of survivors within South Zagoria? That is when things tend to not happen fast, or often for that matter. You want to punish the CDF for what they did to your friends, your comrades, your family, so you look at the few men left here who are trying to do right by everyone, and say "we must show them consequences" - punish how? A bullet to the brain? Or something more heinous as torture for daring to fight for our country, to fight to protect others - to fight for you - and then having the gall to survive the outbreak, and continue following our oaths of service? If what you say is true - I cannot blame you for wishing for retribution against us - yet I speak from experience when I say that Retribution, once complete - leaves you a hollow and cold shell, almost disgusted in the end. The CDF did horrible things during the early days of the outbreak - that I will not deny. But do not simply condemn all of us for the actions of a few - especially those few of us that remain who are trying to help. Captain Kratochvil Out." *And with that, the Radio would fall silent yet again*
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    @Retro & @Ron Thanks for that nice roleplay! Logged in, met you = had fun. "Ass & titties". <3
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    Hey it' something new. Plus one from me. Like they said.. it' a trial. If it don't work.. they'll fix it. It's all good in the good.
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    So my friends can't just drop them, they have to re initiate???? Uhm, what kind of nonsense is that? It clearly shows the people who initiates intentions if you don't comply you die... So they have to initiate on the initiators who have a high chance of killing everyone.... This gives people more of an advantage for: Robbing Gaining more hostile actions cause they know that many people on the server are too shy to re initiate because they're not PVP gods Know that their friends can't do anything unless they re initiate which 9/10 will end up with a majority of people dying from this.... No consequences to their actions (WHICH WAS LITERALLY TOLD WHEN I ASKED ABOUT MAKING AHOSTILE CHARACTER WHICH I FINALLY ACCEPTED....)
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    Your post from above seems exactly opposite from what you said here. The sarcasm is a half-assed attempt to make it seem the whitelist is not doing its job properly. To be fair, you have to be a special kind of retard or someone who doesn't care enough to fail it 6 times, my opinion and all. But, sir, I recommend that you take your leave here as I am.
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    Fair enough, I didn't know it existed tbh. I get the reasoning, but still That's huge. That's actually huge. I'm not sure how I feel about it. WE'VE BEEN HEEEEEEAAAAARRRRDDDD!!!!!! @RogueSolace @Squillium @Phatal @Mademoiselle + Anyone else I've rambled about this to. Awesome, heard about this happening and have been affected by it previously.
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    Yes, but these are usergroups and access permissions. Usergroups can only be changed by an admin, manually - for good security reason. We don't want to have an admin manually change someones usergroup every time someone is warned. Post rights on the other hand can be disabled globally by any moderator when issuing a warning. That's first thing. Second thing is that that persons primary group permissions (their Premium for example) will always take priority over secondary groups (like posting access restriction). Which means that even if we did it as you say with usergroups and access control - it wouldn't work as their Member or Premium rank would still give them access. You don't seem to understand that we are all humans and people here are not getting paid to sit 8h in front of a screen and babysit people on the Internet. We have volunteers who offer their free time, and I sure enough don't want to waste their time by having them to manually check if someone posted on the forums or not because of a new idea we cannot automate. Their time is far more valuable and could be used in much better way than that. We ALREADY have too much manual work involved, things like double IP verifications done on TS, whitelists, age verifications, paid username changes, suspicious steam account checks, final warning notes. We shouldn't be doing any of that, we should be focusing on the game. I refuse to add any more manual work for staff, it's already far too much and we spend more time on these shitty unrewarding tasks than we do in game.
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    *Roy would wake up hearing the radio,grabing it smiling* "Ahhh I thank you again doctor for this, but MR Hans I respect your Deal with the CDF, and hope we cross paths on great terms!" *Roy would roll his shoulders,getting up* "We hope to see you,and anyone else very soon!" *roy Shuts off his radio*
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    As much as it can be frustrating when you don't know information in character try resist the temptation to ask out of character. It's always better to find out in game as it could lead somewhere or as @jason hunter suggests use the radio chatter thread. However I can see why you asked in this situation. I think the explanation from @PCJames answers it. Please click the check button for which response best answers your question.
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    these posts are not of interest farewell
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    The group that was hosting the event has archived. Sorry.
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    [This is a article written by chad heart on the united people of salvation. all information has been gathered IG and IC for IC purposes a box with a stack of papers will be at the pulkovo bar labeled chad hearts reports] The United Nomads of Something or Other ( by chad heart ) I first heard of the united people of salvation through from a nice lady named Fae. she was my first encounter with a living soul since the outbreak and hers is another story. She and a man who only introduced him self as black, had gave me a brief view on the groups in the post zombie Apocalypse world i had called home for the last 209 days. Fae and black both stated they are a group of decent lads and lasses who "FIght the good fight", wear pink armbands and generally travel around the country helping people, even if that is doing security. Now what kind of journalist would i be if i didn't ask how to get in touch with them. Fae using them for her own security needs, had they're radio frequency with a smile. I promtly thanked her again for all she had done for me that day and contacted these fine people. Roy kalo gave me some information on the radio on himself and his group. after hearing it from the horses mouth i decided it was likely worth it to travel to the meeting point he mentioned far north and see what they were really about. A good day and a half of travelling and i was in sinistock. I met a man man on his way to the meeting point called loosif, he was a new member to the group, so of coarse we traveled all the way north to gather. he seemed a suited fit for the group. he kept asking me if i needed anything, had a few good talks on the way up and he stuck around with me for the better part of the day, then roy himself showed up. Roy was young for leading a group of people, "fighting the good fight" it all started for him when "those dead mother fuckers were on my lawn" as he so well put. The man him self didn't seem like any of the other group leaders i had been embedded with before. though charismatic and strong willed, my first impressions of roy kalo was that he didn't know what the hell he was doing, but trying to know what he was doing seemed like it was all he could do. The united people of salvation offered me a almost immediate position in their ranks which i declined and offered that i embed my self with them and write an article on them. i felt very off put that within the first hour of meeting me i was offered such a thing without them really getting to know me or my skill set. hell they didn't even ask me questions about my history or anything like that. just " you seem like a good guy, you should join us". The day i met with roy and loosif we traveled to grishino, just east of the north west air field. he did not know his way there, so i used my compass to help, he still got lost following me. we rendezvoused with a good number of the UPS, which took what felt like half a decade. There is even a 71 year old man who carries a machine gun. the only part i can say that is "united" about the UPS is that a bunch of people are in a group to gather. So over the next week or so i traveled with the ups. this reporter started traveling with a certain somebody more then others, but thats a developing story. though indeed the UPS is group of good people. they have some issues that make them less then they aspire to be and in my humble opinion, won't ever be due to those issues. There is no organization, just people doing what ever when ever and other people saying what the group should do while others just nod or shrug. The only real time i had seen them "organize" is on my final day with them as they were trying to decided on where to go since they're "brewery" was compromised. The communication over the radio is like listening to a kindergarten. Half the time i was with them i rather chose to keep my radio off. As most of it was cancerous to listen to. People always talked over each other. People always either didn't listen to others or only half listened unless they liked said person they were talking to or it was important. Roy would sometimes have to yell for everyone to listen or not talk over someone. If they are a fighting force, i would never ever be able to tell. There seems to be no military training, just people with guns running around claiming to fight the good fight. often or not characters would be bickering, joking to much with one another. like previously stated it was more of a dare care or kindergarten. You obviously can see my view on them is clear. Though good people, doing they're best to help the people whom are stuck here, they don't do much else but run town to town nomadic like, trying to keep them selves fed and for the majority simply to gather. within my one week traveling roy was taken from leadership, and everyone seems to now fight for leadership. They need a family sized Winnebago, i think they better suited to that then a military issued transport truck. Now with my view out of the way. Let get to another mans view of the group who was forever psychically changed by his encounter with them. Alex "Doc" Camile was a med student who volunteered to join the research and science teams which were appointed to help out the outbreak. he traveled here with his professor. he left a large gap from when he arrived to when he was with the ms-13 group. the doctor claims through a odd short story of play on words, that a psychotic killer had begun to harass and attack him self and his friends within ms-13. The med student whom wears a plate carrier and a ump on his back admitted to killing said mental unstable man. He claims he was just killing a wolf so it wouldn't bite anymore. He ran for maybe 2 or 3 days before the UPS caught up with him. From the stories i heard through word of mouth, this deranged man the doctor killed was with the UPS. i quote, "harbingers of a psychopath". No one in the UPS or the doctor him self stated the exact details only the whys of why they did things. the ups had taken the mans left arm and beat him to a pulp. Torturing a med student for killing a proclaimed deranged psychopathic killer? dosen't sound like fighting the good fight was on the mind of Roy that day. I could have not said it better then Alex Camile: "The UPS is a group of bandits hiding behind alturism" and for those who do not know, altruism is the principle or practice of unselfish concern for or devotion to the welfare of others. So dear reader i leave it up to you to decide for your self. You read my first hand experience and another mans. The nomadic people of something or other. A journalistic report by Chad heart
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    *the priest stares out the window as an undead slowly walks towards the edge of a roof, he entertains for a moment the idea of rescuing the poor soul, only to sadly realize that it would be wiser to just let him go. He quickly mutters a small prayer, hoping that the undead are indeed devoid of all feelings and thoughts, and are not just conscious human trapped in a rotting cage. Even though he averted his gaze, the sound of the impact of the fleshy mass hitting the pavement has him nauseous. Somehow keeping his guts down, the priest drinks a long sip from his canteen before closing his eyes. He takes a second to collect his thought and grabs his radio from his front pocket.* -he sounds tired, troubled- "Greetings, it's Father Moreau. I have not heard anyone on this frequency for days, I hope my radio is not dead ! *he chuckles half-heartedly* Anyway, onto today's topic. For once, instead of a prayer, I'll share with you a story, it's entitled "The Good Samaritan", I hope you'll enjoy it. Stay safe out there, God is with you." *he clears his throat* Luke 10:25-37 A teacher of the Law came up and tried to trap Jesus. "Teacher." he asked, "What must I do to receive eternal life?" Jesus answered him, "What do the Scriptures say? How do you interpret them?" The man answered, "Love the Lord our God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your strength; and 'Love your neighbour as you love yourself." "You are right.", Jesus replied; "Do this and you will live forever." But the teacher of the Law wanted to justify himself, so he asked Jesus: "Who is my neighbour?" Jesus answered: "There was once a man who was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho when robbers attacked him, stripped him, and beat him up, leaving him half dead. It so happened that a priest was going down that road: but when he saw the man, he walked on by on the other side. In the same way a Levite also came there, went over and looked at the man, and then walked on by on the other side. But a Samaritan who was travelling that way came upon the man, and when he saw him, his heart was filled with pity. He went over to him, poured oil and wine on his wounds and bandaged them; then he put the man on his back and carried him to an inn, where he took care of him. The next day he took out two silver coins and gave them to the innkeeper. "Take care of him.", he told the innkeeper, "and when I come back this way, I will pay you whatever else you spend on him." And Jesus concluded: "In your opinion, which one of these three acted like a neighbour toward the man attacked by the robbers?" The teacher of the Law answered: "The one who was kind to him." Jesus replied: "You go, then, and do the same." *the broadcast ends*
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    *the priest, a sturdy fishing pole in his hands, sits atop the mouth of a storm drain. Blasé, he decides to broadcast a quick prayer while waiting for yet another boot to drift and get caught on his hook; he does not have much to say tonight but he hopes that his daily broadcasts can bring some people comfort and maybe guide them through the night. He wedges his fishing pole between two rocks and grabs his radio* -his voice is warm, heartening- "We are still here. It is not the end of the world. Thank you, God for another day, another chance to live as you have intended us to live. Jesus said you “came to give us life to the fullest”. Every morning we wake is yet one more opportunity to experience you and your gift of a rich life. Yes, there will be an end to our life on this planet, and end just as there was a beginning. You have planned both. We trust you in the details. And while we wait, we commit to be diligent and patient, and taking one simple step at a time, we’ll walk with you, through our days and eventually, at the time you choose into whatever awaits us beyond. Amen” *the broadcast ends*