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Duhop posted a topic in Teams & ClansAfter familiarizing myself with squad and having lots of fun in the process, I decided to put my server to use on the game. I'm able to easily run 80 slots, but without any fellow squad players to seed the server, it is difficult to get players and set up some of the events I was hoping to do. I'm a mature player with a teamwork oriented mindset and I'd love to join a clan that is both mature and not afraid of having some fun.
Squad Ops has multiple public servers for entertaining and immersive matches. Here are the basic rules to make sure you and your friends have a good experience. Squad Ops Public Server Rules Do not team kill. If you are Squad Leading you MUST be communicating by voice comms and play as a team. No hacking, cheating, exploiting, glitching, or any other abuse of game features that give player advantage. Racism, malicious comments, false impersonations, and misuse of the [Ops] tag will not be tolerated. Respect all admins and players. No mic spamming, trolling, or griefing of any kind. Maintain fair play, even teams when needed. Do not advertise for other servers or organizations within Squad Ops servers. Squad Ops personnel are held accountable to the same rules. Seeding Rules (only applicable when populating servers) Do not camp spawn points (main bases, HABs, etc.) Work with other players from both teams to encourage server growth. Do not be detrimental to server growth. If banned for any reason, appeals can be made here.
B-Team Raiders is a North American Squad group under the umbrella of B-Team Gaming, a variety gaming group that's been around since 2009. We're actively seeking new members to join us for Squad in both casual and competitive events. We play (almost) nightly around 9pm - 1am Central. We've fought closely alongside other prominent NA clans, such as FFO, SWF, CoG, ROAR, aR, and many others, and have made friends with all. We've partaken in North American Squad (NAS) events multiple times now and are looking to keep that going as well as join in on other competitive scrims and events. In order to do this, we need more regular members! If the following appeal to you, please consider dropping in our Discord for a night of pubs to get to know you: Nearly all mature, 21+ year-old members. (strongly preferred, nobody under 18 will be accepted) Microphone required (should be obvious, but stating it regardless) Able to be competitive/serious when needed, but also able to turn that off and be relaxed and friendly. No milsim roleplay. No "ranks". No power trips. Just team-oriented fun both casual and competitive. Macro-oriented strategy: able to do what needs to be done for the TEAM, whether that be attacking aggressively to block enemy caps, running interference on supply routes, or capping the safe/early points, running logis, and defending in depth, regardless if that means a good looking scoreboard/exciting gameplay or not. No formal membership process. Just come play with us for a while, be cool, and stay regular and you'll be a "member" in no time. Discord: https://discord.gg/bt Post in the #dmz chat and tell us you came from the forums and we'll get you authorized. Check out the #squad-info chat to get to know a bit more about us Twitch Channels: Main channel (late night/west coast streams with B-Team's founder): https://www.twitch.tv/bteamgaming Sajer (me): https://www.twitch.tv/sajertv Koumakan (variety streams): https://www.twitch.tv/koumakantv
The Art of Warfare (TAW) is looking for new members to join our SQUAD Division. TAW is a very large group of gamers that has over 2500 members across more then 25 games. TAW has a strong and varied background in co-operative online gaming. We are a community of gamers from all over the world who compete together with the spirit of integrity, honor and fair play. If you are up to the challenge of taking part in a real online community of dedicated gamers that have bonded together with a common purpose of more organized fun and better gaming, all while kicking everyone else's rear-ends on the field, then this is the place for you. What TAW provides for you: -Dedicated stable TeamSpeak server -2 Squad servers (1 EU, 1 NA): brand new servers effective December 7th 2016 -Structured command staff that will do its utmost to help you -Family friendly environment -Weekly practices -Regular Scrimmages (participation in tournaments upcoming) -Promotions, rankings, awards and possibility of leadership roles within TAW What TAW requires of you: -You must be 15 years of age or older. -You must be interested in team-based play. -You must have a working microphone and Teamspeak. -You must be willing to commit to attending two trainings per week. Practices & Activity: -TAW holds SQUAD mandatory practices twice per week. In addition SQUAD Division members play the game daily -TAW places a strong emphasis on attendance and activity. Real life always comes first. TAW has an easy excusal system which allows for members to miss events due to real life. How do i Sign up / find out more? For more information: -visit our welcome wiki http://taw.net/wikis/welcome/welcome-home-page.aspx -email [email protected], post on this thread or send a private message. To sign up: Go to http://taw.net . Click Join TAW at the top right corner (create an account and select the SQUAD division when prompted). Remember to check your inbox (junk box included) for a response e-mail and any follow up emails.
i''ve been wondering this for a while now, when my friends talked to me like "oh you have squad, you're a hardcore man." i get that a lot even with my friends in life. all i knew was i'm a casual gamer who plays squad like every god damn squad player. now i'm asking you guys what do you label your self? and what does casual fps gamer look at us( run & gun fps gamers)?
Zombie Battalion Gaming is looking for players to join for some casual play. We are new to this game and are just getting started but we do have a few things to offer. 1) Website - Zombie Battalion Gaming 2) 512 Slot Teamspeak Server 3) 40 Player Squad Server Location : US ( East Coast ) 4) DISCORD So if your new to this game like we are and are looking to get started having your own practice server and meeting other gamer's like yourself then you have come to the right place. There's only a cpl things we ask of you. 1) Prefer you to be 18 yrs old or older 2) Have a headset and try to frequent Teamspeak ( Great for getting to know you.)
About the [FUBAR] Community: [FUBAR] is an international Discord based, multi-game community with 60+ members who all value competition and teamwork. We regularly participate in competitive events such as CCFN and Squad League, but we also enjoy having fun and creating lasting friendships while playing on our official Squad server or other games such as Overwatch, Arma 3 and more. [FUBAR] Community Rules: Treat others with respect and avoid unsportsmanlike conduct. Failure to follow this rule may result in removal from our community. Membership in [FUBAR]: Everyone is welcome in the [FUBAR] Discord - you are welcome to play with us, with or without any clan tags. However we require all members to be at least 15 years old and have a microphone. We appreciate that real life is more important than games, and such we make no mandatory demands. However if you plan to play competitive, we value members who attend events and training compared to those who don't. If you are interested, just hop onto our Discord server and fill out our initiate application form.
Shortfox posted a topic in Teams & ClansHello, My friend, mafiaconfidant, and I are looking for a few members to play Squad together. We tend to play on USA Bloodbath during the weekday evenings (I squad lead, he tends to be medic). We've had a lot of fun with just the casual pick-up matches, but we are hoping to have the opportunity to participate in community organized "fight nights" which require a full 9-person squad to join (like the CCFN event this Saturday). We both have around 150-200 hours of playtime and are still trying to improve our skills, while still keeping the environment friendly and fun. If you don't feel too committed to join a clan, but wish to participate in these community events as well, send me a message through this forum, through steam (id: shortfox), or feel free to join "Team Supreme" when we play on Bloodbath (we are on central/eastern US timezone). Thanks for the consideration!
Rococo posted a topic in Teams & ClansAUSTRALIAN NEW ZEALAND LEGION Brothers in Armchairs SQUAD Clan TS3: Undisclosed See you in the field <><><><><> Welcome to the ANZL Recruitment thread and current home page! We are looking for active players in the SQUAD community from the Oceanic region. Requirements: Fluent English SQUAD Common Sense Friendly Persona Humor Tacticoolness Drop a reply below if you're curious about anything. We believe in a more organic approach to accepting people, basically you play with us and we like you or think you're cool you're in. There are not many privileges besides being able to rely upon some above average squad members out in the field! Members: Rococo (Founder) Send me a message if you wish to play with us, otherwise see you in the field!
38th Infantry Division Power in Numbers We are a clan that focuses on having fun over anything else. Although we consider ourselves a casual clan, we do like to keep order. Therefore, we do have hierarchy, awards, and strive to play in a realistic manner. You do not have to be great at the game to join us, you just need to have some experience playing Squad and you need to be able to listen to your commanding officer. There will be scheduled dates and times where we will get together in order to play Squad. You will not be required to attend all of these events. However, we will remove you from the roster if we feel you are becoming inactive. Also keep in mind that Squad is not the only game that we play. Interested? Join our Teamspeak server. 38thinf.teamspeak3.org
Welcome to the Renegades, most of you have probably played with us in-game and know how we work. For those of you who don't know us allow me a brief second for an introduction. The Renegades are a loose-tactic military based unit. We started in Arma 3 in Invade and Annex as a Delta Operator Team who utilize actual military tactics to the point of effectiveness in-game, discarding the tactics that do not work within the digital world. With this we established a very effective combat fighting unit who practice both guerrilla warfare and conventional attack methods. We are a veteran-based community who runs a rank-less structure playing casually and competitively. We enforce a politically incorrect environment where "Offended" is not a word in our vocabulary. First and foremost we ask that everyone treat each other as family. As most of us are apart of a great brotherhood known as Veterans. - WE ARE NOT REALISM, WE ARE EFFECTIVENESS - WE ARE NOT CALL OF DUTY LEETS, WE USE TEAMWORK - WE ARE NOT GOING TO DEMAND ALL OF YOUR TIME, JUST PLAY! We currently don't have a website due to the fact that NOONE WILL EVER USE IT. We all play and talk on teamspeak or these forums. ============================================================== APP: AGE: IN-GAME NAME: GAMING EXPERIENCE: ARE YOU A VETERAN?: =============================================================== STEAM GROUP: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/renegadeveteran Teamspeaks Joint Force: ts35.gameservers.com:9307 Renegade Tactical: ts73.gameservers.com:9249
Avoh posted a topic in Teams & ClansHappy holidays, We've just recently joined the Squad community and are hoping to provide the US side of the community with some high quality, high fps low ping servers. Our first server is 50 slots and based in New York, named [F.3.G.] Community: Insurgency/Skirmish Maps ***** http://squad-servers.com/server/206/ ***** ************** We're looking for community feedback into the types of maps they'd prefer playing on our server. Leave a reply and tell us what kind of map rotation you'd like to see! ************** We're testing the waters right now to decide if we'll need to get more servers up and running and are hoping the community will grow enough to be able to use what we hope to offer in the future. This server welcomes casuals and hardcore tacticians alike. We have active admins and will help anyone with any problems they encounter. We're aware of the issue the community seems to be having, as indicated by litoralis, regarding new players to this type of tactical shooter and are hoping to give them a place to play and experience the game as intended. Current Admins [steam]: Avoh, Fulysic We're also welcoming the community to join our giveaway group. You can find it here: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/FulysicGGG We perform random, event, player of the week and holiday giveaways for all the games on steam. It's also a good way to keep in contact with game server administration! Hope to see you soon! Regards, - Fulysic's Giveaways Administration
I know there is going to be a witch hunt of sorts about this idea, be that as it may: This is fairly genuine concept no matter how sillily (silly-ly) it may be presented. --- One of the banes of a community that needs to maintain its standards is players that don't respect what people are trying to build, as far as making the game what it should be. There is a possible use for them, though. Before you complain that we should be changing the world with love teaching them to play, I'm going to be referring to the guys who continuously like to spam mumble, wander around on their own with their group of friends, having too much fun for the serious minded. They want to play, but they don't want to be dragged into all the squad/teamwork/communicate/etc. world that we know and appreciate. They've been shooting shit up at main, not listening to the admins, spamming, stealing assets, and just being happy tards. The admin is pretty much ready to kick them off the server. But there is one more place for them. The land of exile, but not cut off from the world. A paradise some could call "Port Royal", where all thieving cut-throats could co-exist in the underworld of "casual gaming". --- "What is it?" It's a third faction that is not part of the main battle (outlaws, partisans, anarchists). A faction with: no lawsno restrictionsno enforced squadsno commanderno victory/lossno real weapons of value (Imagine if I had a real weapon!)no objectivesno saving grace (Admins won't hear your cries... Really, they won't. The admin has kicked you, but get to play where you won't do much damage until someone needs your spot on the server.)infamous reputationno real assets of valueprecedence for auto-kick in case of a full serverauto-admined (5 tks, afk, making room for a new player on full server, etc. = kick) "That's just wrong on so many levels!" I know that, but would you rather them be in your squad, or team? They don't want to listen or learn or are not in the mood. You would rather kick them, yes? A sensible admin would have kicked them long ago. But they are there, they did show up, they did bring their friends, they are probably drunk or reeeaallly high on something (oregano, we know...). Why not let them populate the server? They can be auto-kicked if the server needs to make room for players. "Is it worth the time?" No! At least not in ANY alpha, beta, or early-access stages. "Will it benefit us in any way?" It will save the serious players from the pain of dealing with them, and still allow those casuals to have some fun. "I wanna play, but just want to chill, find people to kill, and not be policed to death." "What do they get, considering the list you presented above seems to take everything away?" a few crappy rifle optionsa grenadepink smokea knifea few patchesCP radio deployable (which actually plays Nyan Cat, and Narwhals [anything destroys it]). It can't be used for spawns but may not be deployed close to another.a militia/insurgent kit (depending on the OPFOR so there'no confusion.)"What if they bother us serious players?" Kill them. You're doing us all a favor. "Why did you bother suggesting this?" Because I know that sometimes you want to be in the action, but you're too damn drunk to be useful. Think of this as the "Recycle Bin" before actually getting removed from the harddrive. Kicks get sent to the Recycle Bin until the server is full.