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  1. GMAK

    People Hiding Is Killing The Server...

    I agree forcing pk's is a bad thing but some people are given the perfect opportunity to pk their character but don't, leaving a sour taste over the RP. Sometimes a perma is the only thing that makes sense in the situation and not being given it just halts all RP in my opinion. Permaing characters would do a lot for the storyline, sure its your character but it's our story and some people are just way too attached to their characters to let go and it really hurts RP. Also just to clear this up. John Johnson killing Moody is a 100% IC story line that has nothing to do with OOC. It's a lie of course but some of you guys have gone as far as to accuse me of powergaming killing Moody. It's an IC lie, just because I say I did it IC doesn't mean it happened IC. I got caught by some people who didn't like me saying these thing and I reluctantly got perma'd for it. Sure I didn't want to but it was the right thing to do.
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    The Collins Gang [Recruitment Strictish]

    Best of luck, graphics looking real nice
  3. Good to see you've cleaned up the graphics, it looks a lot better. Best of luck with the group.
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    The Savages | Strict Recruitment

    Congrats lads, hope to see ye about
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    Funeral Parlor

    Best of luck with it lads
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    Old Timers

    The Old Timers are a group of retirees stranded in Chernarus, who against all odds survived the end of the world. While on a trip to the country with the "Open Arms Retirement Home" the infection hit and they were stuck here. Their carers abandoned them and fled for themselves, leaving the "Old Timers" to fend for each other. This betrayal made them cautious of outsiders and all younger people. They had no one else to look out for them beside each other. Open Arms Retirement Home was a retirement village located in Austin, Texas. They cared for numerous elderly people while still allowing them to live as much of a normal life as possible. People from all around the world were apart of this community. Jim Pickett ,Douglas Montgomery, Jeremiah Woods and Burke Johnson quickly bonded due to their involvement in the Vietnam war. They shared war stories with the other members and were well respected within the Open Arms Retirement Home. One day another member shared his story of how spent 25 years in jail. Charleston King told them about how he lost custody of his kids and it led to him becoming an alcoholic who robbed a family one night while drunk. They felt bad for him and decided to look out for him in the retirement home. These five men began to be known as the "Old Timers" around the retirement home, due to them recalling the past any time they could. Every year during the summer the retirement home would organize a trip for the seniors. It was usually just a weekend journey to a neighboring city but this year they would be going on a trip across southern Europe. This was very exciting for all the old timers, most of them had never even been to outside of the United States. Jim and Douglas relished the chance to see some of the battlefields that their fathers fought in. The trip would take the group all across Europe, first stopping in France. Here they would see the beaches of Normandy before travelling to Paris for a couple of days. Next up they would venture to Italy, seeing the sights of Rome before making their way to Greece to visit the numerous ancient sites. From here they would visit the country of Chernarus before travelling to Russia where their trip would end. The gang at a castle in France The trip was going well and everyone was enjoying it, each of the countries were very interesting to visit. Next up on the list was Chernarus. Everyone was very excited to travel here. After the civil war they had heard great things about the country and were eager to learn more about its history. The Old Timers were particularity interested in the history of the civil war which happened in 2009. During trip to Chernarus they visited the capital city of Novigrad. Here they visited the popular tourist destinations and learned the history of the region. They enjoyed their time here but it was time to leave. Just before leaving however their plane was stopped on the Runway and they were all told to leave it and return to the airport. Their luggage was searched and they were all interviewed about who they were and why they were in the country. They didn't understand why this was happening to them and were not told anything other than they would not be allowed to leave today and had to return to their hotel until they were told they were permitted to depart. Days later martial law was declared in the country and they feared this meant that they were stuck here. A man at the hotel told them that he could arrange for them to fly from a small airfield in the North East of the country to Russia, where they would be able to fly back to the United States. They were weary of this but were desperate to get home before they country destabilized more and it would be unsafe to be there. They all agreed that this was the only way they could leave the country in the near future and all set off on a bus to the small town of Balota. They drove for hours and eventually arrived at the airfield. Here they saw no plane in sight and feared they were scammed. One of their carers exited the bus and went to a nearby building to ask if there would be any plane taking them to Russia. While he was inside the Old Timers were suspicious of how quite the airfield was. They agreed if anything happened they would stick together. A few moments later the carer who went in to the building ran out bleeding heavily. Behind him were two men dressed in military uniforms. The group feared that he was being apprehended by the military for trespassing on the Airfield, but to their horror the two soldiers began tearing the man apart with their mouths. There were numerous screams from the people on the bus and this attracted the attention of the lunatic soldiers. They rushed the bus. The remaining carers tried to get the group off the bus and away but when they were leap at they used the elderly people as human shields before retreating into the woods. The Old Timers stuck together defending each other from any attack before retreating into the woods as well. They ventured further north looking for any help before realizing this was happening all around them. They were disgusted what had happened and what the carers had done to them. They knew they had to stick together to survive and that they could only trust each other. @GMAK - Jim Pickett @Ryan Shepherd - Jeremiah Woods @Challenger - Douglas Montgomery @Cuchulainn - Charleston King @brk - Burke Johnson - Ensure the survival of the Old Timers [Indefinite] - - Find a suitable home for the Old Timers [Day 650] - - Establish good relations with groups [0/5] - - Explore the region [Day 670] - Graphics by @Banshee
  7. found this gem looking through old mod screenshots


    1. Watchman


      He wasn't sure 😞

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    The Savages | Strict Recruitment

    Looks good, best of luck boys
  9. If that's the case why are terrorist organizations not allowed to be groups ?
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    I'm Alive?

    Welcome back!
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    Awimba's end

    @OxeN you're a g but that seems like such a terrible way to kill off Awimba. Seems like such a knee jerk reaction, I feel like you should of slept on it. Sure it's a realistic death but Awimba's death should of been so much more than being just another body in a firefight. Good RP will always come from a perma no matter how you die but why not get more out of it by being executed rather then perma deathing with no RP just PVP. I dunno man just sad to see him go out this way. With that said Awimba was without doubt the most memorable character I've met on the server. It's a sad day. F
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    D7 Mercenaries Media

    @OxeN @strider
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    Battlefield V

    Ehh it was worth the 10 quid I paid for it. Played it for a month, got max lvl, enjoyed my time, no real interest in playing anymore.
  16. 10/10 Posts at least 4 times a day on this thread, how could I not know him ?
  17. +1 See no reason why it shouldn't be doubled. Less time running the more time RP'ing
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    Whats your occupation?

    I'm an administrator at an employment agency. So if any y'all broke bois needa job hit me up.
  19. yooo no way, hahaha. I heard a Scottish voice from a guy called Brian and just assumed it was @BrianM
  20. @Onyx and @Cocomii Nice meeting you two everywhere we went. @Highlander and @Shikaka - Thanks for having us guys, really enjoyed just chilling out at it, was nice to relax. Will be back soon for sure. @OxeN You're character is a strange, strange man
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