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  1. Last night shift tonight wheeeey! 

  2. Bought a Concert Ukelele and I'm determined to learn to play. Excited for delivery tomorrow xD

    1. Undead


      hey, nice

    2. Randle



  3. Whoo, I would rather, I would rather go blind, boy,
    Than to see you walk away from me, child, no.

    Whoo, so you see, I love you so much.
    That I don't wanna watch you leave me, baby.
    Most of all, I just don't, I just don't wanna be free, no.

  4. Repeated disconnections and I feel like throwing my laptop out the window. If I have to stare at an 8 man queue again for half an hour just to dc when I do get in I will scream

    1. Chief


      pretty much.

    2. Bizbok


      haha +1


  5. Updated my character profile, much happier with it now <3

  6. Something told me it was over,
    When I saw you and her talking.
    Something deep down in my soul said, 'Cry, girl.'
    When I saw you and that girl walkin' out.

  7. @Macbrine @CorbSlayer @Pinkerton @Cowboy @Randle @Raptor @Saintz @neckrorazul First time back in dayz and had a blast with you all, good times ahead <3 -Have to admit the person in the shop that waved their arms and disappeared was me, I had such a laugh listening to the confusion.
  8. 66e08d747d.png
    So when are we getting the music player back? The only perk for sponsor can't be gone....

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    2. Bizbok


      not on char pages? :S

    3. Jade


      You talking about char pages?


    4. Bizbok


      @Jade yeah, both, tbh. I swear my profile music player wasn't there til you said, but I found it, now it's just char page that doesn't have the option :(

  9. Love the memes <3 good job
  10. omg hahaha +1 brilliant
  11. https://www.dayzrp.com/characters/display-314/ Curious.
  12. Evelyn Adams

    My name is Evelyn Adams. I'm twenty years old and I was born in the beautiful city of Manchester. I grew up there, but I traveled a lot with my parents over the years. My mother was an award winning actress, and my father the most charismatic Professor you could ever hope to meet. I loved them more than anything in the world, and they loved me. I was their little ray of sunshine, and an inspiration for a better future together. They worked long hours, but they always had time for me. I will forever miss waking up to the sound of my mother singing and the smell of freshly cooked bacon. I'd spend my afternoons helping my father with his presentations. I was his favorite critic and his most cherished fan. He inspired me and guided me to be the person I am today. In the evening, I'd listen to my mum rehearse her lines for her next big movie. My life was a series of dramatic moments, scripts and lectures that would open my mind to new ways of thinking. That is why I loved to read so much, there was nothing better than sitting down with a new book and a cup of hot chocolate. My parents both had the belief that if you put your mind to it anything was possible. The sky was no limit on what someone could do with the right frame of mind. They taught me to have faith in myself, follow my heart and anything would be possible. I still can't fault them for their positive outlook on life. I couldn't ask for better support, they forever had my back, giving me a solid foundation to stand on when I felt the whole world was falling down. I decided to follow in my dad's footsteps, even though my mother said I could break hearts with my beauty. I never had her complete confidence, and even though the opportunity to join her in her career was there; I was a girl just like her father. I became his student and his assistant, reading and editing his works, attending his lectures and meetings. Travelling to Africa, with a team of scientists to research medicine and the wildlife. We traveled to the corners of the earth, discovering new plants with new compounds integral to the advancement of medicine. In our downtime we would attend movie premiers and holiday on sunny beaches as a family. The photo album was full of happy faces and adventures and my life was complete with everything a young girl could dream of. Then when I was eighteen I met Thomas. I did the thing that most girls do when they meet a guy that seems perfect in every way. I fell in love and the feeling was mutual, or so he made me believe. He became a permanent part of my life, travelling with me and my family, whisking me away on romantic evenings all over the world. Hand in hand we would talk for hours and I never got tired of his voice. The way he looked at me and the way he made me feel was like nothing else and when I was around him, nothing else mattered. A year of moments too perfect, all gone by so fast that if you blinked you missed it. We were on a beach in Spain in the summer, underneath the stars when he asked me to marry him. And even though my parents thought I was too young, that it was too soon, they approved. They knew how much he meant to me and they were happy that I had found love. They wanted me to be happy, more than anything else. Over a family dinner we discussed me finally leaving my mum and dad and settling down somewhere together, when I broke the news to my parents they had no problem showing how disappointed they were in my choice. I had packed all my bags by the end of the week and I was ready to start my new life with Thomas, plane tickets were booked and paid for and all my goodbyes had been said. The funny thing is, it all ended so abruptly. The happiness, the love, the future, the wedding. It disappeared when I caught him lay in bed with another woman. Walking into a bedroom and finding the man of your dreams pressed up against someone else underneath the silk white sheets you had washed the day before, changes your opinion of a man in seconds. His lies, his empty promises and my foolishness, starkly contrasting against the picture perfect future we had planned for months. I can't get the image from my mind, it's there when I close my eyes at night and there when I wake in the morning. I hadn't ever felt anything quite like heartbreak before, it's just a turn of phrase but it's so god damn accurate. My heart was actually broken. It was only a month before I was back on the plane travelling to meet my parents who were both away for business in Istanbul, Turkey. I cried the whole way there and then like a switch I turned off my emotion and got back to reality. I couldn't show them how weak I was, I had already disappointed them enough. My dad was giving lectures and attending book conferences and my mum was promoting her new film, I knew they didn't have time to waste tending to me and my broken heart. So, I joined them. I fit right back in like I had never left. It was a week later on the evening of July the 11th when my mum shared a big surprise with us over dinner. She had a formal invitation to the riptide party yacht for us all. The record label was working with her director and she was welcome to celebrate and go on the week long excursion. She said it was an opportunity to have fun and forget all my troubles. I had to agree, I needed something like this to break the grip that my heart had on my life. “Evelyn, darling. These are the best years of your life. Don’t waste them pining over a silly boy.” My mother’s words were sharp, but rang true to my heart. I couldn’t spend my days missing him, wanting him and hating myself for not being good enough for him. I was Evelyn Adams, daughter of award winning actress Meryl Adams and student to the greatest father a young girl could ask for, Professor Steven Adams. Widely recognized for his research on disease in third world countries and the impressive advancements he had contributed to finding the cure for cancer. His written work and lectures had inspired many and improved a large number of people's lives in the process. I was proud of who I was, my family name and our history. After a week of research and important meetings with my father in Turkey. I said goodbye to the girl who fell in love too soon and walked into my new life, chin up and ready for my future. We boarded, ‘The Riptide,’ as a family ready to depart for celebrations on the 11th of July. A day later, as the celebrations began; people began to fall ill. My father and a few other passengers that were medically trained were eager to help. It was the early hours of the morning when my father rushed into my cabin his eyes wide with fear, his face splattered with blood. “Evelyn, I need you to be strong, I have to find your mother, the sick... They aren’t just sick! It’s something else... Something more sinister.” He instructed me on what to do before he left me and for the first time in my life I didn’t listen. After a couple of hours I stupidly went to find him. What I found was much, much worse... I should have stayed in my cabin. Twenty two hours later I found myself locked in my cabin alone, blood soaking my dress. I had walked into a nightmare, my old life was gone, I was truly alone. I didn’t scare easily, but the things I had seen, the death, the murder, the pain… it had chilled me to the bone. That day, as the blood washed clean from my shaking hands trailed down the drain, I knew my life was about to change forever, there was no way back. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ESFJ: Extrovert, Sensing, Feeling, Judging Outgoing, social, open, does not like being alone. Easy to read. Warm-hearted and popular. Tends to put the needs of others over their own needs. Interested in serving others. Group oriented, affectionate, complimentary, loving, considerate, and altruistic. Feels a strong sense of responsibility and duty. Well-developed sense of space and function. Organized. Follows the rules. A planner. Regular, orderly, clean. A finisher. Consults others before acting. Dutiful. Values traditions and security. Thinks life has purpose and meaning. Need positive reinforcement to feel good about self. Content. Positive. Loves getting massages.
  13. Finished my character. Little bit excited now for the wipe.

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    2. Bizbok


      Have you got a backstory yet?


    3. Randle


      Sort of

      I did have a character and backstory all sorted but then I left VDV to pursue some real roleplay.

    4. Bizbok


      Sent you mine :) Will be happy to be in the same group as you after the wipe.