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About SameOldRalle

  • Birthday 11/08/1990

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  1. I'm still alive..

    1. Mr. Blue

      Mr. Blue

      how's it going? been a while

    2. SameOldRalle

      Great, playing other games than DayZ cause I was bored of it, but I'm thinking about coming back.

    3. inar038


      Still alive eh? me too ralle... Me too.

  2. Time for a new song on the profile.

  3. Running away from a wolf pact in the woods when it's really dark in the night and meets some shady people in nowhere was really nervous, scary and fun at the same time. I thank @Carg0cult for his skillful overlock at the camp while I was talking to @Lyca and her friends.
  4. SameOldRalle

    United Nations Announcement; Bravo Hotel [Open Frequency]

    *After listening to Major Holmen's message and thinking for a while, Erik decides to pick up his radio and say a few words* Good Evening Major, my name is Erik Norberg. *He takes a short break and takes a deep breath until he starts talking again* I have heard that UN is somewhere in this god-forgotten world but never knew where until I met a few guys of NATO at Kovar's tonight, one of them was a Finnish guy called Aleksi Hauki and thanks to him and his comrades I was told where you are or at least somewhere close by one town and would like to hear from you or someone else from the UN if it's safe for civilians to come to your camp? *short static* In order to get answers about these infected things that grow more and more for each day that goes and also rest for one or two days after my long journey from Chernogorsk, and also offer my help to you if you would need it by looking for supplies. But I do not have a military training or anything like that, but only Mechanical Engineering and Agricultural Engineering at University level back in Sweden while growing up on a farm so I know a few things about farming and hunting. *He releases the button and lower the volume on his radio than he puts it back into his west och starts walking back to Kovar's*
  5. I usually go first to Youtube to find the song that I want to use then download it via http://www.youtube-mp3.org/ afterward I use Puush to upload it on DayZRP.
  6. I can't be the only one missing Eastern Front / Hibernia and those good times?
    Sure we had our adversities and people were on each other's nerves sometimes, but we still had fun together.

  7. It's a good time for us European players to stay on top again, I guess
  8. Typical "computer games music" from the 80's and 90's is clearly the best remix of today's songs.

  9. Had tons of fun tonight with @Infamous, @Carg0cult, @Darra, @HALEZY and unfortunately it ended up badly for @Mr. Blue otherwise the whole RP was one of the greatest RP I had for a long time! I do hope I'm will meet some of guys in the future. Was that you @Keira? I was surprised by @Mr. Blue letting you pickpocket him.
  10. SameOldRalle

    Where's everybody gone?

    During the last few days I've played, I've spent my time in Cherno, but tonight I've been thinking about of trying to get to the north part of the map and see what's happening over there.
  11. Welcome back lad!!! al never forget the day i found you on the road side and took you home to the fireflys...

    1. SameOldRalle

      That was ages since it happened, but it was an honor to belong to that group despite all the adversities we experienced. :)

  12. So.. Who's gonna be online tonight?

  13. Time to play some DayZRP!

  14. My name is Erik Norberg, I was born on November 8th 1990. My father and mother lived in the northern countryside of Sweden for all of their lives. My father owned farmland while my mother worked as a nurse in the town’s health center and sometimes helped him on the farm. Naturally, I grew up with the notion that hard work is a day to day thing. As I grew older, my parents gave me more responsibilities. My father showed me how to sow crops and took me out on numerous hunting trips, teaching me the basic principles of living off of the land. I took to it quickly and passionately, the thrill of the hunt was not what got me, it was simply being out in the countryside with nothing but you, silence and your wits. By the time I was 16, I was familiar with small firearms such as pistols and learned to use the farm’s shotgun and hunting tools. Outside of the farm and home life, I went to the university in Stockholm at the age of 20 and studied Mechanical Engineering and Agricultural Engineering. While I was progressing my studies at the university, I made a few good friends and picked up English along the way. Embarrassingly, I picked up a bit of a speech impediment along the way in the form of a stutter. Living in the city shattered my nerves, I could never speak fluidly anywhere except home, stuttering my way through social circles and school. Eventually, this caused me to become more withdrawn, keeping to myself to avoid feeling like an idiot every time I spoke. After a while, even my native tongue began to trip and stumble out of my mouth, I felt trapped. My friends never cared about it and turned it into a humorous thing, making it seem normal to me, building my confidence up again. Friends meant everything to him because of that, making him loyal and protective over those he called friend. When I turned 25, I grew sick of my home country and decided that it was time to see the world. I didn’t have much money, being a student didn’t pay well, so I decided to hitchhike my way through the north of my country, eventually ending up in Russia, taking odd jobs here and there from a few Swedish speaking locals. After a few months, I found myself in Chernarus working in a small bar in an out of the way town in South Zagoria, shortly before tensions kicked off in the region. That all seems so long ago now… I'm in a place called Kamenka now, and there's no sign of people. Not living anyway. Sticking to the woods I stay out of trouble, but more and more recently I've been seeing more towns and houses and along with that there are people. Only they're not people. They're aggressive. They're sick. It's like something out of a movie I saw as a kid, only worse! I've seen them chase wildlife that wanders too close, I just hope I never run into them. I've heard gunshots and I'm positive I've seen firelight in the sky at night in the distance. I'm going to leave this note here, for anyone who finds it. I must go now. If I don't find people soon then what is all this for...
  15. SameOldRalle

    Post pictures of your pet

    Here you see me with a bunch of CCD (Chinese Crested Dog) owned by my mother.