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  1. Darra


    Ok, so a GM posts a photo of Joseph Stalin on our group page and one of our guys responds by posting the National Anthem of the USSR.  Guess who gets the warning points for not being remotely on topic?  Let me give you a hint, it wasn't the GM, lol.  I guess Stalin, who served as Premier of the USSR from 1941 to 1952, and the National Anthem of the USSR have nothing in common.

    Well, to be fair, he probably should have added a one-sentence comment to make the post topical.  Or at least explain how he was supporting the GM's comment by posting the anthem.  Sometimes you just gotta spell it out.  On second thought, just Nah.

    1. Fenrir


      Image result for logic meme

  2. Darra

    Praise Anarchy and all affiliates

    “Stop living in the past. Nothing is ever going to be the same again. We adapt or we will die.”
  3. Darra

    Praise Anarchy and all affiliates

    *Anna picks up her radio and presses the PTT* ”Most of the people at the summit were civilians, so, yes, of course they retreated. As a pure-blood Chernarussian woman, I consider your actions nothing more than terrorism.” “When are you going to wake up and realize we need these foreigners if we are ever going to rebuild our country and our society. And yes, it will be different, but, is that really so bad?” *Anna slowly lowers her radio*
  4. I guess I’m supposed to tell you something about myself. Something that would make you understand me . . . you know, get me, get a feel for what I’m about. But, how can I do that when I have no real sense of who I am or why I was even put on this planet. So, where do I go from here? I know, I’m going to tell you a little story that will maybe shed some light. There was this young Italian-American woman who was in a very unhappy and abusive marriage. Nothing the woman did or said was ever right. And there were consequences for being wrong. Oh, yes, there were consequences. The couple shared a tiny daughter, so, the woman put up with the abuse until she could no longer. One morning, while she was brushing her teeth as she did every morning, she looked up and gazed into the mirror. She slowly put her toothbrush down and moved closer to inspect her reflection. She winced as she gently touched her swollen and cut lip. And then she looked up a little higher and stared at her bruised and black eyes. She leaned forward and put her hands on either side of her reflection and continued to stare. She felt empty like she was nothing. After a couple minutes, she stood back up and walked over to the toilet, sat down and started crying. She leaned over, buried her head in her hands, and came to a decision. She packed a small suitcase, dropped her daughter at her neighbor’s house, and walked to the bus station. With the little money she had in her possession, she bought a ticket to the farthest destination possible. A little time passed and she met a sailor, fell in love, and got pregnant. When she told her sailor about the baby he offered money for an abortion and said he never wanted to see her again. She refused the money and walked out the door. She knew she would never be able to end this innocent baby’s life. And then she remembered the conversations she’d had with her neighbor, a local sailor’s wife who had befriended and helped her. And then she knew exactly what she was going to do. Seven months later I was adopted by my mother and father. Shortly after my birth, my biological mother returned to her husband and young daughter. I never did get to meet her. When I was three years old, my parents divorced and I never saw my father again. My mother did her best, but, life was tough. She worked the night shift at a local watering hole to make ends meet. We had one set of towels, one set of silverware, and one set of plates. Our apartment had only one bedroom, so, my mother slept on the couch. And even though my mother loved me and did her best for me, I was a lost girl who grew into a lost woman. After high school graduation, I wandered from job to job and town to town always searching for something I could never find. One day, I got a message from my mother telling me my biological mother died and had left me a little money. Turns out, the two women had always kept in contact. That’s when I decided to move to Europe and travel around. After wandering around for a year, I ended up broke in a somewhat obscure Eastern European country called Chernarus. A local farmer took pity on me and gave me a place to stay as well as a job helping at his farmer’s market. All was good until the fighting and Infection broke out and the farmer and his family perished. Immediately after their deaths, neighboring Chernarussians claimed the farm and forced me to leave. To them, I was a dirty foreigner who was probably responsible for the outbreak. So, now I wander the countryside just trying to survive.
  5. Darra

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    • Mr.Panda

    Happy Birthday, Panda!


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  6. Darra


    Role play it safe, don’t initiate.


    1. Whitename


      "Plebs initiate in DayZ, gods initiate on the forums" -- @Skinner (2018)

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  7. Darra

    Merko Inn (A stopping Place)

    It's not too late . . .
  8. Darra

    A peaceful community

    Well said, SweetJoe. And sometimes the bad people will even protect you and come to your aid. And sometimes not. It’s the unknown that makes the game exciting and worth playing. So, everyone, stop being so darn nice to Anna all the time. Just kidding. Nice is good. Wait, I’m not a saint, lol.
  9. Darra

    A peaceful community

    I came up with the group name, wrote the lore, the goals, and and the rules. @Alexis was kind enough to do the logo graphics. Heck, if I remember correctly, I even named Ruan’s character for him. So, forgive me if I’m a bit salty when you call him the mastermind behind Kovar’s. Ruan said he wanted a market and I gave him one. And he did a great job running it IG for a short period of time. To be honest, Kovar’s lasted as long as it did because, for the most part, the community supported it. We had no security and no OOC rules to hide behind. And we had fun while it lasted. And, yes, I need to move on and let Kovar’s go. Time to let sleeping dogs, well, sleep.
  10. Darra

    A peaceful community

    Not that it matters at this point, but, Kovar’s was my group. All lore and rules were mine. And also it’s failure. That’s mine as well.
  11. Darra

    A peaceful community

    Kovar’s was that neutral place where, for the most part, peace reigned. But, as Mademoiselle stated, always having to turn the other cheek to maintain that peace can be frustrating. I recall many times in TS saying, “no, you may not shoot him no matter how many times you’ve caught him stealing.” Or something like that. Kovar’s was good times while it lasted, though.
  12. Darra

    Does a ban wipe your character?

    Incresed consequences and down time for rule breaks is my guess. It will definitely affect those who live on the edge more than the rest of us. Though, those living on the edge usually belong to powerful groups that will help them quickly regear. Oh, and maybe even pick them up from the coast. For someone like me, it would be a long, lonely, and dangerous walk back from the coast. Nah, I’d call an Uber.
  13. Darra



    Who's got the big guns now?


  14. Darra

    On the Road . . . Photos by Darra

    Travel time . . . Headed to the Coast (yes, on purpose)
  15. Darra

    Group KOS and Combat logging

    I need aspirin. That’s why I don’t think about it too often. There’re just too many possibilities. Common sense and hope for the best.