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  1. Let's switch to Discord

    I agree with this. The flow of people will naturally decide which one is more popular. If people get lonely they will switch over to the more populated choice. I also think we ought to at least try it.
  2. Greg Driggers

    File on Greg Miller As of early 2017 Greg Miller has been missing. Pierce was in Chernarus during the civil war. Greg was there as a volunteer pilot and mechanic through an aid program to assist the citizens undergoing extreme amounts of struggle within the timeframe of the war. After a time he returned home to the states and taught a flight class in Maryland. Eventually he was picked up by a special division of the military that took part in refugee extractions and other rescue missions. Most of his time was spent flying in and out of embassy's that were in danger while the rest of the team did the ground work. Two months before the outbreak in Chernarus Greg and his team were in Takistan. Things were already unstable there, probably worse than Chernarus at the time. His team was on a special mission. While debriefing, their safe house was raided and Greg was taken away. The men who took him knew he had information about ▊▊▊▊▊▊▊▊▊▊▊▊▊▊▊▊▊▊▊▊▊▊▊▊. Greg has not been seen since. Or the rest of the team. I hope they are okay. Greg is a good guy, tries too hard sometimes to make things right and then gets himself in trouble. He's definitely not cut out to run around with an assault rifle like the ground team but he is tough. I know there is no reason to document this but I have left an entry for everyone I know to be missing but probably alive. Maybe one day they will return or we will find them. - Perspective of Commanding Officer at homebase (Learn more IC)
  3. Mini Text RP events.

    I like this a lot. Surely it will help develop your RP and character but it just provides a neat little layer of realism. In real life there are so many environmental things occurring around oneself so to have little popups would be nice. The game doesn't have mechanics for your player model interacting with a bug flying in their face or maybe a more extreme occurrence is interacting with a change in weather. I don't know exactly how to explain it but there are small details that would make the RP more natural and small details like bugs flying around you or whatever it is that pops up. It would make things move naturally because it is random, so it could happen at any time. I feel like most people aren't telling themselves in game "man I need to make sure I RP out some bug flying in my face for the most natural and real effect while hiding in this forest."
  4. Cade Merrick

    Cade was born in Maryland or Virginia, well okay right in the middle, Washington DC. There isn't much to say about his childhood that is significant to his current age other than he was raised by and around good people has developed and performed as a good natured person all of his life. Nothing has changed, he always tries to find a better way to do things, he always looks for another option if it seems necessary in a bad situation. He's the kind of guy that likes a little adventure even if it means getting a couple bruises. This drive for adventure led him to diving. Merrick taught a class in Maryland for diving and was soon noticed by a big time historical studies and recoveries group. It started out small but soon received government funding and the group would go on to recover a decent amount of old lost trinkets and even a ship. After a few years the discoveries died down more and more until a warning was posted that the government funds might stop rolling in. Wouldn't you know it, they did stop. There was enough left for one more trip, one more chance to show them there is still a lot out there. Close to a month later of preparation brought the crew to Sinop, Turkey. This was the launching point, the supposed site was one hundred some miles off the coast. Everything was fine, the sun was shining till about an hour into the process when a storm started rolling in. They had recovered a few things but Cade knew there was more. The storm was getting closer but he insisted on diving once more. Thirty minutes pass, the thunder is audible. An hour passes, winds are picking up, the boat is rocking left and right, waves splashing on the deck. Cade has recovered three more things since he dove again. It has almost been two hours. Just one more dive was all he needed. Ten minutes pass. It was quiet underwater. The faint sounds of the crew on the deck rushing around, strapping crates down could be heard. Five minutes pass, Merrick has gone deeper. A loud horn is heard. Cade doesn't recognize it. His boat is too small for it to be the same. He surfaces. The storm is picking up, the waves are thrashing him around the water and splashing in his face. The boat drifted a few minutes away. A large ship is closing in. Cade is a little too close. He dives again and swims as fast as he possibly can to get out of the way. He is still too close. His crew is coming back for him. Each boat coming far too close to one another. A crewmate puts his hand out. Cade gets on board, the other boat still closing in and the waves till growing in size. Large storage crates are falling from the larger ship nearly smashing into Cade's ship. The combination of the waves and wind prevent the captain from turning enough to get out of the way. A second horn is sounded. Silence. Cold and dark blue silence. Merrick finds himself submerged with massive pieces of debris and various storage containers. The water is more chilling than ever. Cade surfaces. Only a few large pieces of debris are on the surface with him. Far in the distance the large ship and a slightly intact small ship are side by side. A life raft is tossed down to the crew. The waves slowly take Cade away with his few pieces of debris and a rescue pack. He spent about an hour holding on to a small piece of his ship with the rescue bag tied around his body. The waves have calmed down at this point. He opens the bag to find a life jacket and a raft. He pulls a cord and the raft takes shape. Three hours have passed. What little food Cade had was eaten an hour ago. He figured he wouldn't be gone as long as he has been because the Black Sea isn't that big. It wasn't until another hour passed that he found land. Somewhere in Southwestern Chernarus. He arrived maybe a day or two before things really started picking up outside of Chernarus. A lot of time was spent traveling with other survivors from Russia that he met along the way. Eventually they made it to South Zagoria. The group of Russians traveled back to Russia and Cade continued on his own. He has been in South Zagoria since the early stages of the outbreak. He may stay, he may move on. He wonders if his crew is ever looking for him or if they are alive. It's been so long since the dive, he has doubts about his crew. All he can do is press on and hope to avoid the ocean for a while.
  5. Is DayZRP losing popularity?

    No. I think it is losing activity. Less people are playing but the game and the idea are still popular. People want to play such as myself, but haven't for a long time because we want beta and it is simply that time of year where life gets busy.
  6. Lore Wipe Mulligan?

    I said it before and I will say it again. Pushing the wipe till beta would have been risky because the hype train would get too big and get too hyped. Therefore beta would probably disappoint, it looks really good but would not meet the hype because it would be too high. The time of the lore wipe was near perfect. The beginnings have been fairly fresh and interesting, as expected. I believe the peak of RP is when we are just transitioning from the beginnings of the apocalypse into the fun stage. The fun stage is between fresh and 1000 some days old. I would like to think we will soon be reaching the end of fresh apocalypse and will soon be approaching the fun stage which will line right up with the beta and its features. What I mean by that is the fresh stage is a bit early for base building, at least depending on the characters and what the structure is built of. All I am saying is, things will line up.
  7. Offworld Rising

    Instead of comparing what is new to whatever has been, I'd like to say good luck to this. I hope the effort to push RP forward goes well.
  8. Changing the character sheet

    I think it should be a choice. But also be fixed. You can give yourself a five star, you can rate yourself. I don't know if that's suppose to be how it works but I accidentally gave myself a five because I was like "Oh what you can rate yourself really?" So I tried it because curiosity and had a rating I didn't really want because I didn't prefer one at all, so I gave myself a one star haha. Anyway, I think it should be a choice. It's nice to get positive feedback from people when you do get any. It's also nice to get feedback that is actually helpful towards improving a page. So it should be up to the user.
  9. Kelsey Brothers Ltd.

    Someone's been watching Legend. Haha what an interesting movie, good luck with this!
  10. The voice of chernarus

    Radio hosts have been done, attempts have been made. I myself have even thought about it. I say go for it. A lot of times repeated group ideas or simply repeated ideas are frowned upon because people think it will all turn out the same way. But every leader or host is different and it's not up to anyone else but the creator who decides which direction your radio station goes.
  11. VDV Civilian Support [173.8]

    Michael jumps up to grab his radio Thank you. Michael turns off his radio
  12. VDV Civilian Support [173.8]

    Michael grabs his radio after not wanting to respond. That information is too delicate to be throwing it around the radio. I want to meet. Anywhere you want, I will come alone, once we arrive at the location we can quickly relocate to avoid anyone listening from following to our location. Michael tosses his radio on a table
  13. VDV Contact Frequency (73.7)

    Michael was one step closer to meeting the VDV. Each attempt over radio had seem to result in no response, likely no one heard him. He begins transmitting. I'm getting very impatient. I have been listening to the radio, picking up different frequencies related to the VDV but each time I have reached out, I haven't come in contact with the VDV. Listen and listen carefully. This is the last time I try to respectfully contact the VDV. We need to meet. What I have in mind will be beneficial to the VDV and my people especially with all the noise you've been making and the negative attention from people. We can meet wherever and whenever you choose. I wish to meet with your Captain specifically. It will and can all be on your terms. Your men, you choose the time and place. You get the home field advantage. This is my last attempt otherwise you are missing out on something that could be mutually beneficial to your people and mine. Michael was ready to give up, hopefully this last transmission attempt would go through and someone would hear it VDV or not. Let's get this show on the road. I'll be waiting. The transmission would end abruptly.
  14. VDV Civilian Support [173.8]

    Michael preferred to use his own frequency to contact the VDV but that didn't work out so the only choice was to walk through their front door or contact them over frequencies presented to the public by the VDV. He would begin transmitting. Hey there. I don't know if your men caught wind of my attempt to reach out to you all, but it's important. We need to meet. Your men, your terms, you guys get the home field advantage. What I would like to propose is mutually beneficial to your people and my people. I really hope you hear this and give me an answer as to when I can meet with your Captain. Michael would pause and then begin speaking with an extremely sarcastic happy voice due to his patience running dry with trying to meet the VDV. If not, then hopefully I can ask all of the friendly neighbors in town for your address so I can bring you fresh baked cookies to leave a good impression on you so that when my dog dumps in your yard, you forgive me. Michael would pause again and then compose himself. Listen, I really mean it. This could be helpful. You VDV guys have been making some noise. We need to get in touch, face to face. Otherwise I am on my way. I'll be listening. The transmission would end abruptly.
  15. A Message for the VDV (Unsecure Freq.)

    Michael would check his watch, double check his batteries for his radio and begin transmitting his previous message. This is again a message for the VDV, specifically Captain Kirchov. I am ready to meet, I hope you heard my last message. If not then please know, I would like to meet. Michael would pause and form up his next few words I am ready to meet when you are. If you don't want to meet, then know you will be missing out on a mutually beneficial job. Let me know when and where. Sorry if I sounded demanding but I needed to get your attention, this is important. The meeting will be where you want, when you want and with your men beside you. I will bring no one and have no one to bring. Michael would end the transmission in hopes that the VDV responds to his request to meet.
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