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brandothecommando posted a topic in Teams & ClansCome play with us on our discord! https://discord.gg/Ff3rxMB
The Black Lions (TBL) The Black Lions is a old Arma 3 group I had way back and was always focused on being a small group rather then a big clan. This is not your big group recruitment page or anything, and if that is more of what you want i'd check out all the other great groups on the forums. The Black Lions is a single squad sized group that plays together and really gets to know each other through play time to develop a sense of "My squad has my back" mentality I myself have played for a short amount of time but have grasped the concepts of the game quickly. For this post I will be trying to find around 8 other people to go into combat with. This group I'd like to put together will not be a strict milsim environment. I enjoy playing the game seriously but don't enjoy people that get upset at others because they didn't do something just right. By serious I mean calling out bearings, distance, moving together, making plans, etc. but also joking around laughing and having a good time. I have tried squad leader and will admit I'm no good at it, I prefer to play as a medic and help my team. So for this post I'm looking for all roles. That includes a capable squad leader. Since this is a single squad of 9 I'm hoping to get and if you want to join, know that your preferred role might be taken sometime so always try be able to be flexible. Since I have said what I'm looking for in a squad, here's what I'm looking for in each person: -NEW PLAYERS WELCOME, always glad to play with whoever! - Have a good quality mic and don't be afraid to use it. Just talk and have a good time! - Be at least 16 years or older. Nothing against younger players, I just prefer to play with a little older group - Be able to take orders and complete tasks and/or tactical plans without getting upset or angry. - No trolling or funny business. Just play the game like its meant to be played. - Maybe we could do a squad tag like (TBL)? Not quite sure about this cause I don't want to force people to change their name if they don't want to. Something we could discuss - If you're foreign, speak good English to be able to communicate. Doesn't have to be perfect but understandable. - Lastly is play times, I'm usually on through the week late at night around 9p.m. ET and can be on whenever for the weekends. So try to be able to do the same That's all I have for my post. If you have any questions or are interested just let me know on this post or on my profile. Thanks for reading this if you did and hope its something you would find fun!
VarenykySupreme posted a topic in Feedback & SuggestionsAn open letter to the moderators: I'm sure everyone has noticed this place pick up over time, but in the last two or three days there has been a massive influx of people who appear to have no knowledge of spelling, syntax, or how to use the search function. They post vaguely labeled threads titled "my ideas" or "what I want to see" or some other non-constructive nonsense along those lines and proceed to regurgitate ideas that we all saw months ago and that you guys responded to at that time. For all the posting I've done with my complaints about the game, I truly do enjoy it and those people who are crossovers from other realistic/tactics-based gaming communities. However, what I don't enjoy (and I'd like to think I speak for many when it comes to this issue) is the onslaught of these new, casual gamers who seem to come from games like Call of Duty and Battlefield and have even less manners and sense than the people who visit the World of Tanks and War Thunder forums. When it comes down to it, what I'm really getting at is this: We need some way to stop these repetitive, redundant threads. I don't pretend to know what the best answer is, but letting this continue is unacceptable from a moderator's standpoint. It's not even 9AM on Tuesday and I've already seen threads today that have been posted by others three times this week. In my opinion, the best way to do this would be to implement one or more of the following options: Add a mandatory time before you can check accept to the rules-reading page, set a post/time limit before someone can start a thread, make it so that all threads made from now on must have at least three tags so that they're easier to find to stop redundant threads, or hell, just make it so that no post can go up before it is approved by a moderator. In my opinion, I don't think it's unfair to ask that we of the forums be spared of the same crap day in and day out. I may be an ass, but I'm trying to be productive and encourage ideas or changes to some degree and I argue with logic and experience on my side. These cut and paste threads? They do nothing but kill this place. Nobody wants to get online in the morning to a thread about adding ACOGs to all factions only to check back in the evening to see three more threads about adding magnified optics to the insurgent faction, or to hear whining from people who never played PR about how asymmetrical warfare isn't fair and that the devs should change the game because they can't be arsed to learn how to play the game properly. In closing: there is a serious issue with these forums and repetition of redundant threads and something needs to be done to stop it. Unless there's some new development to talk about in relation to previously discussed topic, there should be no new threads on items that have been beat to death. Thank you for your time and consideration.
Squad could sell legit map case that include their game maps. Would be useful for serious squad leaders to be prepared. Would be quite awesome. I like the ones that fold open with fabric. Would make you feel like you're in Band of Brothers. Examples: ]
EGE Michael posted a topic in Teams & Clans1776 Enhanced Gaming [EGE] is a diverse and friendly community of about 30 active members which supports multiple games such as Crossfire, Warframe, and Counter Strike Global Offensive. We are currently looking to recruit semi-serious players for Squad. The Plan: In the future, 1776 Enhanced Gaming is looking forward to organized squad play with specific roles and members who know how to play those roles. For us, communications is also extremely important so we look forward to improving how and when communications are used. 1776 Enhanced Gaming is also planning on establishing a public server, and a server for private use. The private server would be used for monthly practices, scrim games, and various other events. EGE also supports and is willing to teach anyone who wishes to be a Squad leader. Requirements: -Microphone. -Teamspeak. -Willing to learn. -Semi serious. -Positive attitude! Interested? Join our Teamspeak Server @220.127.116.11:1115 and look for Michael in the Squad Channel. OR Sign up on our website @ http://ege1776.enjin.com/ OR if I'm not around, Add me on steam and send me a PM @ http://steamcommunity.com/id/michaelmason Information: Website: http://ege1776.enjin.com/ Teamspeak: 18.104.22.168:1115 My Steam: http://steamcommunity.com/id/michaelmason