I have noticed an odd crash on my side, but nothing warranting the removal of this QZ in Chernogorsk. I feel like people are quite split about, as we’ve got people hanging out at the police station, then to the bar. Then we have the group i’m with which is at the school which is a considerable distance. Then you’ve got a group in the summer camp which is again quite a sizeable distance away from the main city, as well as the Dubky boys who are on the outskirts in the apartments.
I think the worst times are when there are events, but this could be the case for any event in any location since there usually will be large player bases for events.
I’ve really enjoyed the RP in the QZ, and would dislike for it to be removed (unless it was in an IC basis from a people’s revolt but not for a long time yet) like people have noted, it stretches far. Right up to Mogilevka !
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Yfrem was born in Volgograd in to his half Russian half Chernarussian mother Ada Vitek and his father Michail Vitek.
Yfrem was enthralled by the teachings of Konstantin Stanislavski a famed Russian theatre / acting practitioner that went on to inform much of what is known of acting today.
Towards the end of his studies, he became very interested in in playwrighting. Wrote some of his own works and admired the works of Anton Chekhov; who wrote plays like The Seagull, The Cherry Orchard and Three Sisters.
He also had quite the interest in literature; mainly Russian literature. He was influenced by his uncle Sacha who was a novelist himself. He was not always as supportive of his son's work in acting and tried to push him further into playwrighting and being a novelist or publicist. This was not Yfrem's dream though; it was to become a great actor. A great Russian actor; since the modern world of Hollywood and Television rarely included Russian actors like the days of old.
Met a few of you in Chernogorsk tonight; it was really nice. Enjoyed the pacing of your guys role-play, had particularly good conversation about the futility of warring against the Russians. Looking forward to meeting you guys some more and to eventually seeing some hostile gang RP from you guys!