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darczon69

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  1. darczon69

    NLR Rule change vote/poll

    I voted for keeping the NLR as they are right now for several reasons: 1) RP awkwardness Imagine this situation: I interact with an individual, we do some hostile RP, I shoot the guy and leave. Next day, I meet up with him again and he's going to be all "whats up, my man?" ? How am I supposed to react? yeah, sure, HE can't remember our interaction, but my character can. It breaks immersion and, frankly makes for some awkward interactions. 2) Prevents powergaming With this rule, the "victim" decides (in normal circumstances) the extent of his wounds or possible death. 3) Creates RP Medical RP to be precise. Until the new spawn runs in, I can finally have some fun medical RP that isn't restricted to bandaging scratches or fixing splints. I really don't see what the issue is with this rule, honestly and I hope, like Pain said, to see some other opinions.
  2. *as he's blocking the door, some snarls can be heard* This is G.A. To my fellow survivor with the map. Thank you for your precise instructions. As to why I've said what I've said, there are two reasons: 1) I can't read this alphabet and it's not like I can send a picture over radio 2) Other than the barracks and the big helipads, there weren't any signs or anything on the roads near my former camp. Well, if you don't count circulation signs. My intention was not to lead you astray. I worked with limited intel. My intention was not to harm you in any way, aswell. When I left, the supplies were there. No tricks. No traps. I mentioned the lingering threat of the damned and wolves, but I cannot speak or predict what will other people do if they go there before you. Exercise maximum caution. You may not believe, but my only goal is to weaponize the population and kill the damned by the millions, if need be. In all honesty, I did keep one M4 and enough bullets to suffice for a while. I know its hard and its ok to be suspicious but I have no ulterior motives. Stay strong. *with a deep sigh, Artemis puts the radio in his pocket, fixes his gas mask and walkes out with his M4 blazing, cutting down the assembled damned*
  3. *with a dull thud, Artemis plops down on the wooden floor and takes out his radio* This is G.A. To Jerry of Anarchy. At the moment, I have no idea where I am other than it seems I'm in some sort of airfield with barracks and huge hangars. As for the trading offer, I'm afraid I only have what I need to kill the damned on me at the moment. When and if I find a map, I will consider making the journey to Lopatino. Thank you very much for your kind offer. To my fellow survivor. I have not misspoken. Although I was not born here, I daresay this is my land aswell. I bled for it. I killed for it. Thousands *opens his notebook and quickly checks it*1397 to be precise. I killed so that your countrymen and my fellow survivors can live in a world without fear. If that is not enough to grant me passage in this country, then so be it. Its been nearly a year...and the damned are still here. If you love your country so much, why aren't the damned exterminated by now? Stop squabling over politics and kill already. Leave me to my work if you do not wish to help me and after I blow the head off the last damned, I will leave these lands willingly. Stay strong. *the radio clicks off as Artemis breathes deeply and closes the notebook*
  4. *smiling* It's good to see that people prioritize survival over rules and regulations. It's been nearly a year and the damned still hold a firm grasp on our land. *Artemis puts down the radio and lifts his rifle, using the scope to sweep the airfield, looking for targets* I will continue to find and store the necessary supplies for us to win the fight. And kill a few thousand damned on the way. *as the transmission cuts off, a hearty laughter accompanied by the unsuppresed sound of a high powered rifle ripples through the radiowaves*
  5. *heavy breathing and the slight rattle of weaponry can be heard* Thank you for your concern, but I will not bother with stupid regulations and laws while the world is being devoured one human at a time. If you can reach my former stash, you deserve those guns and nobody has the right to deny you. *transmission cuts off as automatic gunfire can be heard*
  6. *letting out a sigh after a grueling couple of hours, Artemis grabs a fresh grilled zucchini, takes a bite and presses the PTT* To whomever is in range, hello! This...might sound strange considering the world we are in, but I stumbled upon more supplies than I can possibly use and I wish to share it. *looks around, cursing his lack of navigational skills* I'm...uhm...north. I found an abandoned military instalation with a bunch of tents, 3 helipads, bunkers, containers, the likes. Oh, theres also a statue of some russian guy. I managed to crack open a container and found these: *shuffling sounds* 2xAK101 1xAK74 1xAKM 1xM4A1 1xMosin Nagant rifle 2xAK101 30 rounds magazine 2xAK74 30 rounds magazine 2xFN FAL 20 rounds magazine 2xVSS 10 rounds magazine 2xM4A1 30 rounds STANAG magazine 1xSKS 10 rounds magazine 1xM4A1 30 rounds CMAG magazine 2xM4A1 10 rounds CMAG 3xSVD 10 rounds magazine 1xAKM 30 rounds magazine 4x12 gauge shells 100x5,45mm bullets 40x.308 Winchester bullets 20xSP-6 bullets 15x 7,62x39mm bullets 1xflashbang These were all in a shipping container and the manifesto was in English. I dont why they were there. I dont care. I took them. I also prepared a bunch of wolf meat and some vegetables; a couple of bandages, some tetracyclines and assorted tools for gardening. How to reach my tent: There is a lake surrounded by roads. If you keep to the dirt road with the lake on your left you should reach a perpendicular asphalt road. In the distance, you should spot a lonely house with 4 garden planters (two and two). Beyond that there are some haystacks and a barn. Go to the barn. The tent and supplies are near the haystacks. I cleared the compound pretty well, racking another 212 confirmed kills but more might be around. Also, watch out for wolves. There are a few packs which eluded me. As to why am I doing this? I want you to survive. Reclaim the world from the damned. This was G.A. I will return with a new location. *transmission cuts off* Artemis gets up and hefts his pack, looking around and picking a direction.
  7. darczon69

    I KNOW YOU'RE OUT THERE, YOU BASTARDS!

    Hearing his brother's sacred name, Gladius jumps from the bed he's resting in and, with shaking hands, picks up the radio, feverishly thinking a reply: *panicked* "Who are you and where is Aegis? If you hurt him, by the gods..." He takes a deep breath, calming himself and continues, realizing something: *furious, clenched fists* "How do you know that name?"
  8. I was about to say the same thing. Any tips on how to destroy these f*kers?
  9. Noticing the suffering in her voice, Gladius drops behind a rock, pulling the radio from his vest and cranking up the volume: "We all did things, sister. Unspeakable things for which there is no redemption." He sighs, thinking about his crimes but continues with a hopeful but grave tone: "We cannot control our past...we will suffer for our mistakes, true. As we should. But we must'n give up! We can only look to the present and the future, do our best to change and hope we still have enough time to try to atone for our sins. Stay strong, sister. Stay strong." Gladius releases the PTT, turns down the volume and puts the radio back in his pocket. Sighing deeply he looks at the sky, forcing a tear to remain in his eyes.
  10. Waking up after a peaceful night, Gladius slowly examines his surroundings. He had the radio off for the night, not wanting to draw the infected to his location. Picking the small device from his backpack, he pressed the PTT and said in a groggy, coffee starved voice: "Good morning, friends. I am sorry I have not replied to your messages, but I did not wish to attract unwanted attention. To the man: I think I am east, navigation has never been my strong suit *chuckles slightly*. I will take heed of your idea and when I'll find suitable locations along the coast, I will create more of these supply drops. To the woman: Thank you for your kindness. I wish to ask something of you, if I may: if you have the knowledge on how to preserve meat and other supplies, could you share that knowledge? Maybe leave notes in the supply drops detailing the process. Winter is still a ways away, but we have to plan for the future. If others replied, I am sorry I missed your transmission. Stay safe and be kind." He releases the PTT and begins his morning preparations for the journey ahead: cleaning his rifle, checking food, water and ammo and completing his checklist.
  11. darczon69

    Fides et Virtus [RECRUITING]

    The sole reason my character and, dare I say, @The Ford's character have went with @Pontiff plan is because he did not try to force religion down our throat. My character is not a Christian nor does he want to be; he joined up and is working very hard for the group because he believes in the Preacher and his vision of society. Our groups is not a "survivor" group nor do we wish to become a cookie cutter "religious group". I think the appeal, as far as I'm concerned is exactly our differences in world and religious views but our willingness to work together, as brothers. My character does not believe in the Christian God, but he works to complete the goals stated just the same. Think of it this way: we are a group of people brought together by a man whom we trust. Some of us might be religious, some of us aren't, but we all believe in doing what's right and in Preacher's vision. Sure, Preacher's idea about the Apocalypse and our role in it is, inherently, religious, but his character never tried forcing that view on his friends (kudos to nice RP, Preach :D). THIS is the reason why my character is actually listening and doing his best for the group. I will not delve in the Bible verses, because that's not my field. This post is only meant to clarify why the group is not cult-orientated: we are all in this world together and we must work together. This is the reason why it is also stated in the "group rules" that having a religious character is not mandatory.
  12. Skirting around the edge of the town, avoiding it since daylight was dangerously low and someone decided to threw a couple grenades in the middle of the city, Gladius stops and lays down in a bush. He gets the radio and presses the PTT, speaking as quietly as possible but still enough to possibly be heard: "Currently, I'm moving cross country, scouring for a Bible. One of my friends...." he sighs then continues "one of my friends needs the guidance from that book and nothing I can say soothes his soul. I cannot deviate from this task. I am sorry. I have no idea what this town is called, but I will make it my refuge for the night. Come morning, I will try to find some landmarks and that fuc...that book. Over and out" He puts the radio in his pocket, gets up, squinting at the fading sun, measuring the remaining daylight. Nodding, he picks up his trusty rifle and trudges on.
  13. Not expecting a reply so fast, Gladius fumbles around for his radio, then pushes the PTT: "It's good to hear good people are still around. Canned goods are rare and valuable. I'm sure your fellow man will be happy with your generosity and your god or gods will reward you with good fortune." Nodding to himself, he smiles broadly, hefts his pack and carries on the road, happy to have made a small difference.
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