Honestly it wouldn't be much work for Rolle to pull from the actual Twitter API, so we can continue to Tweet as normal and form connections that way, but also display all the posts on the website. I like it, though.
I just want to start with a blanket statement because there are far too many to list, but all of the 320th has been absolutely excellent to hang with for me. Ya'll are a fucking blast to be around.
To call out a few from tonight that had me absolutely dying, @groovy toez, @groovy dux, @groovy grimm, @BravoActual and @Zero. From our absolute banger of a rave, to @Zero and I plotting against literally everyone today, my cheeks hurt from smiling.
Here's to many more "DA"s in the future.
I voted for this on the homepage without reading the topic. I was considering crashes in my vote.
Overall, the performance has been much better than I thought it would with 100 people. It's not buttery smooth, and there's still a decent amount of desync especially when driving, but it's not any worse than it was at 80 people.
Nikita Reznikov was born in Svetlograd, Russia. His mother, Mariya sadly died from complications during childbirth. After the death of his wife, his father Maxim turned to drugs and alcohol as a coping mechanism during his grieving. Unable to care for his son, Nikita was sent to an orphanage in Miroslavl at the age of 8.
He was in the orphanage until he was 14 years old, where he was able to sneak out and live in poverty for several years across Chernarus. After a few years, he made his return to his hometown of Svetlograd to try to find any kind of family that remained in the area. Unable to find any kind of family, he worked in a mill for minimal pay to survive. Wanting to do more with his life, he joined the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, specifically the 320th Motor Rifle Battalion, and was stationed in Tisy before the outbreak.