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Tribes:Ascend recently launched out of its beta phase and are now going to offer the opportunity of Having Custom Servers. Because of the growing popularity of the game, maybe investing in a server for it would help promote ByB. it can allow great customization, and could help bring up revenue to the servers by maybe allowing people to pay a subscription to allow certain privileges. Plus, being more considered a team sport over a shooter (Quote: Eurogamer), it can promote teamwork through trial by fire along with the ventrilo we have for VOIP. Please leave your comments, opinions or ideas.


Edit: If anyone is currently playing this game and would like to play with me, my IGN is Kobolt

Suggestions and Questions / RP5: arresting bug
« on: March 29, 2012, 10:46 pm »
I"m wondering if it has come to the attention that RP5 still has the arrest bug, where getting killed or walking out of prison doesn't release you anymore. is this getting worked on?

Purchases / Paypal limited my account.. want to trade?
« on: February 24, 2012, 06:40 am »

Off Topic / World of warplanes
« on: February 11, 2012, 07:46 pm »
Anyone else been following this game recently? Looks great.

Off Topic / Which Suit Defines your playstyle?
« on: February 10, 2012, 07:50 am »
The Bartle Test of Gamer Psychology is a series of questions and an accompanying scoring formula that classifies players of multiplayer online games, including MUDs and MMORPG's into categories based on their gaming preferences. The test is based on a 1996 paper by Richard Bartle and was created in 19992000.

The result of the Bartle Test is the "Bartle Quotient", which is calculated based on the answers to a series of 30 random questions in the test, and totals 200% across all categories, with no single category exceeding 100%. For example, a person may score "100% Killer, 50% Socializer, 40% Achiever, 10% Explorer," which indicates a player who prefers fighting other players relative to any other area of interest. Scores are typically abbreviated by the first letter of each category, in order of the quotient. In the previous example, this result would be described as a "K.S.A.E." result.

SOCIALIZERS are a multitude of gamers who choose to play games for the social aspect, rather than the actual game itself. These players are known as Socializers or "Hearts." They gain the most enjoyment from a game by interacting with other players, and on some occasions, computer-controlled characters with personality. The game is merely a tool they use to meet others in-game or outside of it.

EXPLORERS, dubbed "Spades" for their tendency to dig around, are players who prefer discovering areas, creating maps and learning about hidden places. They often feel restricted when a game expects them to move on within a certain time, as that does not allow them to look around at their own pace. They find great joy in discovering an unknown glitch or a hidden easter egg.

ACHIEVERS Also known as "Diamonds," these are players who prefer to gain "points," levels, equipment and other concrete measurements of succeeding in a game. They will go to great lengths to achieve rewards that confer them little or no gameplay benefit simply for the prestige of having it.

KILLERS..."Clubs" is a very accurate moniker for what the Killer likes to do. They thrive on competition with other players, and prefer fighting them to scripted computer-controlled opponents.

I thought this would be something that would spark the interest of you, the ByB community, to find out where you lie in the Suit of Players. if you would like to participate, please take the test @ http://www.gamerdna.com/quizzes/bartle-test-of-gamer-psychology?cobrand= 
And to post the link of your results in your signature or this Post!
Have fun!

Link to FULL ARTICLE (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bartle_Test)

Link to Richard bartle's original article. (http://www.mud.co.uk/richard/hcds.htm)

Off Topic / Megaupload has been shut down.
« on: January 20, 2012, 12:16 pm »
Apparently the website was brought down for ignoring multiple copywright letters asking them to remove content. also conspiracy to racketeer, and money launder. Full article here.



Also just found out that anon, the hacker group attacked the United states dept. of justice, and the FBI for the shutdown. apparently they DDosed the servers. not a wise decision, but hey, easy to be deviant under a shroud...

General Chat / nigerian prince responds to our servers.
« on: December 13, 2011, 09:19 pm »
this kinda hurts the image of the servers, but what happened was not smart on both parties...

hes doing an entire series.

Heres part 2:

General Chat / pro police RP right here...
« on: December 05, 2011, 07:45 pm »
what i mostly see on RP5 when the cops police the street traffic.

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