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Cultwork

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  1. All is well man. I'd be on edge too seeing that. Just know it was with pure intentions. I'll be using another active character until this is solved anyways.
  2. My name is Waylon Jones. Here’s a bit about myself. I’m an African-American male, 6’1” in height. My blood type is O+, to whom it may concern. I served in MARSOC for 6 years of active duty. I’m extremely experienced with firearms, but prefer not resorting to violence. Don’t get me wrong, I will defend myself and those at disadvantages. I’m a writer, thinker, and a strong believer in people. We can make this world ours again. Together. But only together will we succeed. Life matters. Signed, Waylon
  3. I did it to save you, and using defender rights. They had me at gunpoint and robbed me minutes before, and told me to go with them.
  4. Server and location: DayZRP, Zelenogorsk. Approximate time and date of the incident (SERVER TIME): 3/20/2019, around 4:20 server time. Your in game name: Mac Munson. Names of allies involved: None. Name of suspect/s: Jesse, 2nd unknown. "Slave" character unknown. Friendly/Enemy vehicles involved (if any): None. Additional evidence? (video/screenshot): None. Detailed description of the events: I was trapped in a house surrounded by zombies in Zelenogorsk, when two men running around (one names Jesse, unsure of the other) yelling "come back slave" to a black character through a microphone. They get swarmed by the undead around my house, and I open the doors to assist them, succeeding. They then turn on me and hold me up. They fall back on their decision and run away to get their so called slave. I follow them and wait, when about 10 minutes go by I take a shotgun and take them both out. 5 minutes later, the said black character shoots me, knocking me out, and then finishing me off right after. I'm unsure if this is against the rules, being he did no sort of initiation, nor did I threaten his life in any way, as he was seemingly across Zelenogorsk. I'm unsure of what to do in this situation, so I'll avoid playing until this gets a response. Thank you.
  5. One day, Mac hears noise outside his cabin, and rushes out to find an old woman and a younger woman standing outside his door. The old woman introduces herself as Kathryn, and the younger woman as her daughter, Milja. Kathryn offers Mac some jewelry and seeds in exchange for some of his crops, but he declines, all the while holding them at gunpoint. Finally, Kathryn offers him Milja, and an agreement is made for sex with the young woman in exchange for food. Mac locks Kathryn in a back room while he and Milja have sex. The following morning, Mac tells the women to take their belongings and leave. Kathryn steps outside and Milja is about to join her, when suddenly she returns inside and takes a razor and some soap. Milja caresses his face, before softly shaving him. Kathryn and Milja have been allowed to stay. Over the following days, they fall into an uneasy domestic routine alongside Mac; they farm during the day, eat dinner together in the evening, and then Milja and Mac have sex every night. However, Kathryn and Milja plan to secretly kill Mac in order to reduce the amount of supplies being used. One night, on Kathryn's orders, Milja steals the two last shells from Mac's shotgun. The next morning, before their plan can be put into action, Milja is abducted by a drifter while bathing in the stream. After Mac is alerted by an out-of-place footprint in the mud outside the cabin, he takes off into the woods after Milja and her assailant. After tracking them down, Mac tries to load his shotgun but realises that his shells are missing. As a result, the assailant is able to shoot Mac in the stomach. The assailant approaches the wounded man, intending to shoot him again in order to kill him, but Mac pulls out his knife at the last second and slits the assailant's throat. Back at the cabin, Milja and Kathryn treat the Mac's wound, prying the bullet out and cauterising the wound. When the wound becomes infected, Kathryn wants to let him die, but Milja convinces Kathryn to help nurse him back to health. One night, after Mac has returned to full health, a band of raiders arrive at the cabin. Mac gathers Milja and Kathryn, and informs them that he counted six raiders. Armed with only a shotgun with two shells and a pistol with one bullet salvaged from Milja's abductor, they decide that they are outnumbered and cannot fight back. They have no choice but to keep quiet while the raiders attempt, but fail, to break into the cabin. The following morning, Mac, Kathryn and Milja emerge from the cabin to discover that their farm has been ransacked and all of their crops have been stolen. In the following days, they work to save the farm, but they begin to slowly starve. Meanwhile, Milja discovers she is pregnant and attempts to perform an abortion on herself with a length of wire, but she fails. Kathryn again floats the idea of killing Mac, explaining that there is only enough food for two people. Milja agrees that there is only enough food for two people, and suggests poisoning Mac. That night, Milja makes a meal with poison mushrooms. The following morning, Kathryn tells Mac that she and Milja are leaving. Milja tells her she wants to stay; Kathryn immediately goes to the sink and vomits, realising that Milja has poisoned her instead of poisoning Mac. Resigned to her death, Kathryn tells Mac to cut her wrists and bury her after she dies, which he does. On the way back from burying Kathryn, Mac finds two rabbits caught in some of his traps, which would have been enough food for three people had Kathryn survived. Mac returns to the cabin, and tells Milja about his brother while preparing the rabbits to eat. He tells her that they used to steal supplies from camps, until one night when they were caught and chased. Realising that there was no way that both of them would escape alive, Mac cut his brother's Achilles tendon and left him to die. Mac tells her that he did what he had to do to survive; in telling her this, he reassures her that she did the right thing in poisoning Kathryn. Shortly thereafter, Milja wordlessly informs Mac that she is pregnant by placing his hand on her belly. Mac and Milja are out foraging one day when they notice that the raiders have returned. Mac decides that they need to leave the farm, but before they can, they need to collect their storage of crop seeds. Milja sneaks into their green house for the seeds and Mac stands watch while the raiders ransack the cabin. Milja successfully grabs the seeds; on her way out, she grabs a machete, which makes a noise and alerts the raiders to her presence. Milja and Mac run into the woods, but the raiders give chase. After the raiders surround them, Mac sees a vision of his brother. He tells Milja that his brother's name was Augustus, before instructing her to run while he distracts the raiders. Mac begins playing the harmonica, drawing the raiders towards him and away from Milja. One of the raiders stumbles onto Milja's location, but she lures him into a bear trap and makes her escape. Mac manages to shoot and kill one of the raiders, but he is eventually shot with a crossbow bolt. His dying body is looted next to a large spit and fire made from the cabin's wood, implying that the raiders are cannibalistic. Milja wanders the woods alone for a long time, until she eventually arrives at a large compound, surrounded by barbed-wire fences and patrolled by armed guards. She walks up to the gate and hands her bag and her machete over to the guard on the other side. The guard runs off into the compound. Confused, Milja turns to a female guard and asks her what happens next. The guard tells Milja that a vote will be held to decide whether or not to let Milja stay. The guard then realises that Milja is pregnant and asks if she knows what she will call the baby. Milja answers, "If it's a boy…"
  6. Bobby Smith, unsure of what would come in the last few years since moving into Chernarus from the States, is a simple man. He’s a massive fan of the wilderness. Raised by Kenneth, uncle yet a father nonetheless, he learned to hunt before he could read. Bobby is a man with ethics and morals. He’s a strong believer in fate, contradicted in his lack of faith in a greater power. He’s served his minimal 4 years of active duty for the US Marines, using this to pay for college and learn all he could about horticulture. While he lacks belief in religion, he’s aware of the possible reckoning to come. Who knew it’d turn out to be so soon, let alone real. At age 22, after his enlistment from 18-22, he came to Chernarus after applying to college and being accepted. He had come to be an exchange student, looking for opportunity to learn more about his field. He’d taken classes prior to the outbreak, learning to live off the lands. He’s always been unsure of who his parents were, being given to an orphanage at a young age. His uncle came to him at 12, and took him under his wing. By then, Bobby had little to no education, only knowing violence to defend himself, which was nowhere near beneficial, giving his scrawny build as a child. He’d been taught how to fight, use a knife, shoot, and hunt all by his uncle, who had since been his guardian up until cancer took him prior to Bobby’s enlistment into the Marines. Since then, he’d lived a normal life. He and his uncle would hunt for most meals, living off of the grid, always keeping on their toes, Kenneth being a known criminal in the area. Robberies here and there, not giving the best example to Bobby, but it kept them fed nonetheless. Skip ahead to 22, Bobby moves to Chernarus. He settled into the northern town of Karmonovka, and lives day by day, hunting and growing his own meals, getting his own water, and writing. He’d write day by day, unsure as of why. Either way, the apocalypse never stopped him. Bobby figured, hey, someone’s got to keep track of the days and their contents. Whether it be a day of gardening, a day of hunting, regardless, it was each day and he’s proud to survive each one. You never know which one will be your last, nowadays. The lime and ammunition are reaching low amounts, so he may have to head out soon to search for some. Never facing the undead since the outbreak, Bobby has trouble stomaching the thought of leaving his small town. Since moving in, he’d never left. Nor did he have to. When the lime is officially gone, and his case of ammunition is just empty enough to pack and carry, he’d set foot into the land of the dead, with nothing but his good intentions to keep him alive. Let’s hope it’s enough.
  7. Meet James West. Born in January of 2000, 19 years of age to date. Born from Sandra West, father unknown, in Pennsylvania, USA. James came to Chernarus the year before the outbreak, with the desire for exploration and seeking knowledge of the land's horticulture, the people's lifestyle, culture, and history. As a child, James' mother had countless men come in and out of their lives, one by the name of Ken. Ken was fascinated with bushcraft, and survivalism, always prepared for a "shit hits fan" sort of situation. Being fond of Ken, James decided to learn all he could, fascinated with the outdoors and the very aspect of an apocalypse related event actually taking place. However, nothing could have prepared him for the real thing. Having being living in the Severograd region of Chernarus at the time of the first stages of the outbreak, James forced himself up north with nothing but Ken's knife and the clothes on his back. Certain some sort of defense force or other government organization would blame foreigns of their homeland, James chose temporary exile. Little did he know it'd be this long, with no sign of change in this infected world. He settled in the wooded areas just north of Novodmitrovsk. With only his will to remain alive, he was able to sneak through the construction areas of Novo, in search of a shovel, pickaxe, and other useful items to sustain his survival. With his shovel, horticulture is possible. With the pickaxe, stone for a stone oven over a fireplace would serve useful for a clean source of water. Had he not known Ken, perhaps he'd still be back in Severograd, dealing with the CDF at this time, but instead, he took his chances doing what he knows best, and taking his lessons into effect. The big issue, it's been years since James learned all he did about surviving outside of urban civilization, and he'd been so used to city life, that most of the taught lessons about survival no longer remained known like the back side of his hand. The big question was how quickly he could recollect, and if he still was competent enough to put what he knew into effect if it meant his survival. Through the two years in the outbreak, he learned he still had a knack for horticulture, and could in fact keep a sustainable food source. However, there was word of bandits lurking in the north, taking advantage of survivors such as James' way of living. He'd have to grow enough for a trip, and who knows what lays ahead in his future, or how long he could stay alive being nomadic. With countless infected, unknown to James having not encountering one in over a year, the destination-lacking journey would prove the most difficult task he ever was forced to accomplish. Could James stay true to his morals and ethics? Could he refrain from resorting to violence? I guess there is only one way to find out.
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