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    Hey guys, I'm Sam, I'm old enough to know better, but have enough time left so that my mistakes will not become my legacy, probably. I joined TLR to hangout with some fun dudes, and fun dudes i have found. Drop me a message about anything, any time and i will promise to, attempt to, remember to, reply to you. i can be a bit crap when it comes to that stuff so just keep spamming! Usually I'm an FPS guy but i will play pretty much anything if i have the right people to experience it with.
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    Name/Gamer tag: [TLR] Reddiepoo Age(if you want to): 19 A little bit about yourself: I live is the Netherlands and study Programming/Web design. I'm still a beginner at it so if someone has some tips I'm open to learn! Games that you play: Guild Wars 2, Life is Feudal.
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    Any D&D Memes, Pictures, Art or what not post here!!
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    Name/Gamer tag: Jim on discord, but other gamer tags I go by are: TLR.XIII, 352, opendoor.dll. Age(if you want to): Was born in the 80'ies. A little bit about yourself: Born and raised in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. After working for several years straight out of highschool I decided I wanted to go back to school. I am now in my third year of University. I live together with my girlfriend, we have a cat and a pretty sweet back yard (TLR BBQ anyone?). I love shooting gun's and try to find the time to go to the shooting range twice a week. I love playing Dungeons & Dragons, and playing other games obviously. What you probably didn't know about me is that I love to cook, but since im lazy as fuck it hardly ever happens. Being in nature and partaking in outdoor activities keeps me young; I am currently in the process of starting my own company which will hopefully create a bridge between city-folk and nature. Feel free to ask me anything! Games that you play: Squad, Dungeons & Dragons, The Division, Guild Wars 2 are the games im mostly active in. Besides that I have a love / hate relationship with Planetside 2; currently have over 3000 hours played.
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    Name/Gamer tag: Vassili Artemchenko/Vassili Artemchenko Age(if you want to): 22 A little bit about yourself: Born in the great nation of Ukraine, at a young age I moved to the slightly less great nation of the United Kingdom of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Since then I have served in the British Army, killed more people than I'd like to mention, and have looked like a fool throughout. Games that you play: Squad, War Thunder, Company of Heroes FAQ: Have you shot someone - Yes. Have you been shot - Once in the chest body armour, once fragment grazed arm. Which regiment did you serve in - I can't say. Where did you serve your tour - Afghanistan. Any other questions? Just ask!
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    A Good video by the man 'Chris Roberts' himself explaining what Star Citizen is.
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    These Guidelines along with Official server rules are to be followed by all TLR Members. 1. All TLR members are to be in Discord Squad Voice channels when playing on our server! -This is in place to insure that we can quickly deal with administrating the server as well as drawing in more members by having a populated voice channel- -We have a quiet channel for those who do not wish to talk- 2. Squad stacking will now be based on leveling the playing field. Ultimately we would like to see as fair of a match as possible.. But this is unlikely. So Stacking will be viewed as anything over one full squad (9 members). At which point we will start spreading out between teams. The only exceptions will be if one side is stacked with another clan(s) or on our Wednesday weekly event. -Just use common sense. 3. Admin Broadcast is to used to give warnings and to Display Seeding Rules... Nothing more!! Warnings are to be simple and without Profanity! -this also includes local text... Do not argue! Use common sense when an argument between players break out in text and warn them to stop.. same goes for racist comments! TLR Members should want to present themselves in a respectable manner and be helpful on our server. We all Represent TLR in the public eye.. on our server as well as other servers we play on. **Failure in not abiding by any of these will be dealt with by a Section Leader, Moderator or Founder and may result with a kick from of the server! These Guidelines were put in place to help our Squad Player Community thrive.. and to keep our server healthy.
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    Name/Gamer tag: menno99 Age(if you want to): 18 A little bit about yourself: i am from the Netherlands and was born and raised in Vlaardingen and never really moved my day to day job is working on an oil refinery as a high voltage electrician Games that you play: Guild wars 2 warthunder gwent and loads of other stuff
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    Seems like the sparks are flying here and hi
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    Happy Birthday IcemanZ Go easy on the cheese tonight, you know it makes you tipsy!
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    CreatrixVaratio ImpartialMeat Pigeon xCausxn Ako EmuWest Fynn Halberdude IcemanZ Graphics Team Leader - falldown Development Team Leader - xCausxn Recruiter Team Leader - CreatrixVaratio Content Creator Team Leader - CreatrixVaratio Events Team Leader - Sam Green Jackets (Comp Squad) Leader - ImpartialMeat Squad (Casual) Leader - Toffa - falldown Star Citizen Leader - IcemanZ Guild Wars 2 Leader - Lean Dungeons & Dragons DM - Halberdude Random Games - MorrisX
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    Name/Gamer tag: [TLR] Fynn Age: 20 A little bit about yourself: I am from Great Britain, Born in Croatia and lived in Kenya for 5 years. Peasant is my elder brother. Any other questions about myself feel free to ask Games that you play: Star Citizen, PUBG, Strategy games such as the Total War series and most paradox game, a number of RPGs, I will get back into squad when v10 releases.
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    Name/Gamer tag: [TLR] Fatfish, BLG StuxZeep Age(if you want to): 18 A little bit about yourself: I'm the little brother of IcemanZ, also less salty than him. Born in the Netherlands, moved out when I was 17 to Arnhem. I play the guitar and not much else going on in my life. Games that you play: PUBG, League of Legends, Overwatch, Hearthstone, Rainbow Six Seige. And a lot of others not so much. Any other questions you have for me I'll be happy to answer Also I have a youtube that I rarely upload to: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHiMTWIHHo5zUPsyFefnUbg
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    Name/Gamer tag: IcemanZ Age(if you want to): 21 A little bit about yourself: I'm from the Netherlands. Fulltime geek with a social life, passion for PC building and spending too much money. Going to the club/bar with friends irl isn't rare either. I now follow an IT management study, prior to this I've studied and was active for 3 years in the Dutch navy to be a corporal and technician. Fatfish is my younger brother. Games that you play: SQUAD - PUBG - Star Citizen - CS:GO - R6S etcetc
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    Gamer tag: Whesto Age: 90's kid. A little bit about yourself: Born in the forests of Sweden. Studied technology and game design. Obviously into gaming/tech, also cybersecurity and I know graphics design. I also enjoy whisky, mainly single malt scotch (Laphroaig is my fav). Been in the SAF (Swedish Armed Forces). Games that you play: I enjoy games in general but my main genres are FPS and Sci-Fi. Being a 90's kid i enjoy retro gaming. Also gotten more into racing sims.
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    Anybody who would like to take part in future podcasts please can you reply below Also any feedback or questions for specific people would be very much welcome.
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    https://plays.tv/video/58f24ef0e38edcbefd/leap-of-faith No more needs to be said, or done.
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    Having a problem with your PC? Web pages don't load anymore? Take your PC to the Geek Squad! Just kidding. Post here and I/we will try to help you.
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    I didn't notice anywhere in the forums that we can talk about New Games, feel free to move this thread at any time. So what do you all think? I love the look of this game, the fact that its a WW2 game is another reason I helped kickstart it, it will be similar to our beloved Squad game play, we are very lucky, those who have played PR will be spoiled again, and lets not forget Post Scriptums The Bloody Seventh will be coming out soon on Steams Early Access. https://www.hellletloose.com/
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    when you realise your introduction became a pun contest
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    Hi Everyone Recently the events staff have started working on trying to find some games which the whole of TLR can play together in order to hold an event just to have some fun with them and give everyone more of a chance to be able to play with people they wouldn't usually play with. With that in mind I have created a basic list of games that we think could potentially do this (have also included what genre they are). If everyone could please let me know which ones they like/don't like or any other games you think would work well. Free To Play: TF2 - FPS Block n Load - FPS/Sandbox Star Trek Online - MMORPG Planetside 2 - FPS Black Squad - FPS (Llike squad) Dirty Bomb - FPS Animation Showdown - Card Game Bloons TD Battle - Strategy Tower Defence MOBAs Hearthstone - Card Game Roblox - Various Yugioh Duel-Links - Card Game World of Tanks/Warships/Planes - MMO/Action Robocraft - Third Person Vehicle Non F2P: Civ - 4X Strategy GTA - Action/Adventure Minecraft - Open World Sandbox CoD - FPS Terraria - Open World Sandbox Left 4 Dead - FPS
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    21/01/18 MAP NARVA PAAS v1 SUMARI AAS v2 KOHAT ASS v1 KOKAN AAS v2 Fools's Road AAS v2 Yehorivka AAS v2 Chora INS V1 Al Basrah AAS V1 OP First Light AAS V1 Kokan PAAS V1 Gorodok AAS V2 NARVA ASS v1 Sumari AAS v1 Mestia Invasion v 1 Fool's Road AAS V3 CHORA AAS v2 OP First Light AAS V1 Al Basrah PAAS V1 Logar AAS v1 Gorodok AAS V2
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    What is: The Division The Division is an (online-only) MMO developed by Massive Entertainment and published by Ubisoft. The player, who is a Special Agent of the Strategic Homeland Division, commonly referred to as simply "The Division", is tasked with helping the group rebuild its operations in Manhattan, investigate the nature of the outbreak, and combating criminal activity in its wake. I feel that it is important to state that The Division is an MMO at its core; enemies take a lot of damage before they die, sometimes even being called 'bullet-sponges', additionally you have skills that have cooldowns and you mostly run 'dungeons' with friends. All just like in other MMO's. Despite it being an MMOTPS (MMO-Third Person Shooter), please do not mistake The Division for a shooter like most others on the market, since you might be disappointed when enemies do not die in a few shots. The Division is set in an open world mid-crisis Manhattan with destructive environments that can be freely explored by the players. The player's mission is to restore order by investigating the source of a virus. The player character can carry three weapons, and explosives like sticky bombs and seeker mines to fight against enemies. Players may take cover behind objects during fire-fights to avoid taking damage from enemies, and to give them a tactical advantage when attacking. As the game is played from a third-person, the character model is visible. As players progress, they earn XP and currency, just like in any other MMO. They can use this currency to buy weapons and gear, and use the points to learn new talents and skills. The player's gear is categorized into seven levels; ranging from the basic grey color all the way to dark green and red items, which are called Gear-Set items and exotics. Gear can be either bought, or found as in-game loot, or crafted from gathered materials. The storyline missions involve objectives that are relevant to their respective wing of the Base of Operations (BoO), which servers as the player's home base. At the player's home base there are three wings which are the Medical, Security and Tech wing. Playing missions for a wing grants the player points for that wing which can then be used to gain access to new talents, perks and facilities in the Base of Operations. The player will receive cool intel videos from missions, which the player can watch. These intel videos are specific to the wings and give a great view of what the story is all about and who the player is fighting in the open world. The game features a dynamic, time-based weather system which may bring benefits or disadvantages to players. For instance, snow storms can hinder player's visibility and make aiming difficult. The game also features a day-night cycle which can change the behaviour of enemies in the game. Buying: The Division If you are interested in picking up The Division, there's various way to do so. The game is both available on Uplay (Ubisofts ) as it is on Steam. Besides the option of buying it full price, site's such as G2A also offer discounted gamecodes. Below I linked the legit options via Uplay and Steam. [€29,99] The base game via Uplay, without Underground, Survival or Last Stand. These expansions were the paid content of Season 1. To get this content you need the season pass, which is included in the gold addition listed below. Link: http://store.ubi.com/nl/tom-clancy-s-the-division-tm-/56c494ad88a7e300458b4d62.html [€79,99] The base game + season pass via Uplay. This version includes the DLC content; Underground, Survival and Last Stand. I personally would recommend getting the base game first, see if it's something you truly like before picking up a season pass. Link: http://store.ubi.com/nl/tom-clancy-s-the-division-tm---gold-edition/56c4948e88a7e300458b48ac.html [€49,99] The base game via Steam. Interesting is that on Steam it currently costs you more to get the game compared to Uplay. I would recommend getting it from Uplay, save you some money for exactly the same content. Link: http://store.steampowered.com/app/365590/Tom_Clancys_The_Division/ [€89,99] The base game + season pass via Steam. Again, a solid increase in costs compared to Uplay. I would recommend getting it from Uplay, save you some money for exactly the same content. Link: http://store.steampowered.com/app/365590/Tom_Clancys_The_Division/ The Review Finally, I want to leave you with the review. I have watched a fair share of reviews of this game, and up to 1.8 most of them had a truly angry undertone. That changed mostly after 1.8. The review that describes The Division the best, is the following. Have fun watching, relax, and hopefully till in the game.
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    I have been watching this for awhile now.. waiting and hoping it reaches the finish line.
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    The game looks great. Can't wait to get my hands on it.
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    Reserve Slots for the TLR SQUAD server can now be purchased from within the STORE. Please make sure you add you Steam 64 ID when checking out, or add it to your Customer Information that can be found by clicking on STORE>My Details>Personal Information.
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    Copied post from Discord A tactic, when faster vehicles (helicopters would be best) come into the game, is keeping a low manned squad (or full size if the server size goes up) to act as a quick reaction force (QRF). This squad stays near/on a FOB slightly behind the front lines with vehicles ready and able to respond to requests of backup/firesupport. While this would only work on some map layouts (larger maps and PAAS) it does have potential to be an effective way of halting hostile advances. Ideas for QRF squads in V9 1. Armoured fighting force - Either in Strikers/BTRs - Go to fight enemy vehicles or assist in pushes onto FOBs or Capture points. 2. Objective Rushes - Take the squad to assist on capturing point then move off to the next to rush before hostiles arrive. 3. Mechanized Infantry - Using MRAP/Technicals move to ambush hostile squads and wait for requests for support from other squads. 4. Force Protection - Using an armoured vehicle and/or transport to move friendly troops across the battlefield and defend FOBs.
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    Name: Ren Feziim Age: 29 Class: Rogue Species: Half-Elf How you would play them: Unlike his twin brother Niima Feziim, who is Chaotic Evil, Ren's more of the Chaotic Good. Playing a good character after so long is challenging. I use a handy guide to keep me on track with my actions, and to make sure they are on par with my allignment. Ren is a clear minded character, he speaks his mind on the things important to him in life and backs up his friends whenever possible. Ren isn't as good with the other sexe, he often finds the courage to start a conversation but then gets very uncomfortable and doesn't know how to hold his ground. Ren is also very giving and generous, often leading to him just 'giving away' items he doesn't really need, or whenever there is an item up for grabs that might be worth a lot but he doesn't have a purpose for immediatly, he won't make a fuss if someone else takes it. I understood that this was a rare thing for a rogue to have, since mostly they have the constant urge to steal stuff. Bio: Ren was born into a Nomad life. His father, a simple trader from the far the Easter realm of Yaïmmunahar, delivering goods to the western shore city of Luskan. His Father, a simple trader yet hardened by his distant travels throughout the continent, was instantly charmed by the robust curves and magical scent of Ren’s mother. She, a woman living of the daily catch of fish, standing firm behind her Fish stall, trying to attract customers with her not so gentle voice. And that is how, quite literally, the seed was planted for the life of Ren and his brother Niima. They made sweet fast love, right there behind the fish stall. His Father had to return back east, and 9 months later the twins were born, right there behind the very same stall. From their early days, their life was about survival. Up until their eighth summer, they lived solely of the remainings of fish and bread. The lack of healthy food slowed their growth and gave them slim posture’s. After the twins were old enough to realize that this was no life worth living, they started to take measures into their own hands. It started out with the stealing of meats and fruits from other stalls but quickly turned into the pick pocketing of Nomadic travelers. At the age of 14, just by stealing and the robbing of travelers they were able to provide themselves with a stable and healthy living. Lying, deceiving, stealing and getting away unseen came natural to the boys. However, where Ren’s brother seemed to excel and find joy into these ventures, Ren was confronted with an inner struggle. In the years to come whenever Niima undertook larger crimes such as the robbing of stalls or even the heisting of stores, Ren went on adventures outside of the city walls. Finding his energy from nature. Nature has always appealed to Ren, no mather if he finds himself in the open fields or in the compact jungle, he finds peace of mind. In the cities everyone has his own interests at heart, but in nature all is equal. Everything moves and breathes in unity, opinions and feelings do not mather. In nature everything looks out for everything, yet you can count on nothing. For all is one, all is none. Another reason why nature has such an pull on Ren is his desire for solitude. Deep down Ren knows he can only be truly himself, if he can be alone. Growing up in a city has taught him social and civil standards, but his wanderlust is ever present. While out in nature Ren was able to further develop his tracking, hunting and trapping skills. Hardly ever having trouble finding food and shelter for the night. His stealthy manner took on new forms, being able to come and go unseen. And finally, thanks to trading or selling off his loot, persuasion and insight became well developed. A few years on, misery and mystery struck the life of Ren. Upon return from one of his trips into the wild, both his brother and mother were nowhere to be found. At first to be believe out partying, after doing a tour through the city, they were as if completely vanished. Ren was now on his own. At this point in his life, the day-2-day consisted of irregular pay, selling pelts from hunted animals or berries that he scavenged from deep in the forests. The money was good, but unstable. He needed something more stable, more secure. So he decided to enlist in the military. His job, a Scout. Moving ahead of warbands, keeping an eye out for possible weaknesses in their flanks. The job was easy enough and the pay was good. Even more so, he had a bed, a tent and a bowl of grub every night. Over the course of several years he established himself as a recognized scout, his dark cape with hood made him stand out in between all the colorful armor of the warbands. But kept him hidden in the shadows when out on the field, tracking enemy troop movements. During his military career Ren made several friends, mostly inside his unit. His scout unit became as a family for him, the family that he had lost several years ago. This bond made it extra tough when another one of his brothers was caught by one of the enemy parties, to only have his body appear several days or sometimes even weeks later. More often than not, heavily beaten or tortured. They however gave as good as they got, most of times even better. Vigilante justice, whenever losing one of their own, going out to find a multitude of the enemy trackers to return the favor. Marking corpses by taking out their eyes post mortem, before then dumping the bodies close to the front line. This way signaling their unit’s nickname ‘The Unseen Ones’. After several years Ren got promoted to lead-scout and huntmaster of his military regiment, a great honor! Despite often shrugging off the praise and compliments of his work, he felt a deeper sense of pride over his achievements, for deep down he realised from how far he had come. It was only when over half of the warband he travelled with was slaughtered in the battle over an hostile Genasi village, that his regiment was dissolved by the higher authority. Soldiers that survived honorably discharged, of which Ren was one. However to this day Ren still wears his military rank with pride. Ren’s military experience has helped him tremendously with landing jobs and providing him with a stable income. Jobs ranging from hunting and tracking, being a guide through nature and at times, when jobs are more scarce, even the occasional smuggling job.
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    Falldown honey you even read the last part about broadcasting in the topic? 😋❤ its just that im jusing them everytime something needs a broadcast
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    This topic is for discussing tactics that squad leaders can do. Some are: "Super FOB" - This tactic is based of the idea of it takes 3 attackers per defender to succeed in overrunning a defensive position. You can hold positions well, especially when you rush into a middle point to create the "Super FOB". Offensive Squad - A squad that is constantly on the offensive - This tactic means the hostiles have less time to prepare defences and can be caught off the point when the offensive squad arrives. Defensive Squad - A squad that holds the defensive objectives - This squad moves to whichever point is the current defence point. This allows freedom to the other squads to defend or attack as they choose as this squad will hold the enemy off. Offensive Rush - This tactic means rushing the early points of the enemy (works well in current version V9) - This tactic means that the hostile force can't capture the objectives meaning your team can advance and get an early advantage. This tactic can be held for an entire game on some map layouts, and the hostile force can be utterly destroyed in just a few minutes. Defensive Rush - This tactic uses rushes but to set up defenses rather than stopping the opposing team. For this tactic you rush into one of the middle points and quickly set up, and supply a FOB. This allows for a steady back cap leading to the FOBed point and a strong defense by the time the opposing force reaches it. Mortar FOB - A squad places an FOB, places two mortars, and keeps a logistics truck running to keep supplies up - For sustained fire the squad should fire the mortars in alternation (M1, M1, M1, M2, M2, M2, repeat.) Short Squad Guide - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1EmQ6QU9qDqFda39a5chHZqG6WL8NZKLj8bcd-Iw4ayk/edit?usp=sharing Long Squad Guide - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xuxbIvklaZJkEGra2nn151cV_T_DNpLLDvEQd3esTSs/edit?usp=sharing
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    This post was written out of the top of my head, it is thus more a collection of thoughts then a solid suggestion. I hope that with this post we can start a discussion and see if we can grow. During the last community-wide meeting it was expressed that plans were on the table to move a lot of activity away from Discord and onto the website/forums. I was wondering if there were any concrete plans on how to stimulate members to somewhat let go of their trusted environment (discord), and try out our forums a bit more. In past communities that I was envolved with, I noticed a few techniques that were applied to do this stimulating. The prime was in the form of rewards, very basic really. The more Forum / Website activity a member puts in, small rewards will be made available to the member; such as a month long VIP on the Squad server. Or, for example, when the member keeps it up over for instance three months, a piece of merchandise will be mailed to the member. Doesn't have to be big, perhaps a mug with TLR logo and members name on it, or a baseball cap. Another trick was to give members that were using the Forums / Website actively a different color on Discord. I realise this will be impractical; since all TLR members are equal and no differences in rank should be made besides the founders and the rest. However, perhaps a small emoji behind the name? Or a very cool personally made avatar? Or a small icon behind the name, just how the Green Jackets now have on discord? I was just thinking about the topic. What do you guys think? Any ideas on how to motivate people to use the forums / site more? Maybe we can add a music player to the site? Or some other edgy widget? Jim.
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    The Last Rifles is a mature multi gaming community, spread across a wide variety of game genres. We are constantly adding to our list of games that we play and most importantly are focused towards our members and community first, beyond anything else. If you wish to become a TLR Member then all you have to do is register on our forums and then click the Join TLR button at the top of our forums. As long as you have received no recent VAC bans and are over the age of 18 you will be eligible to join our fast-growing community. Hope to see you around.
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    Just call him Ryen, he flip flops between names far too much
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    Btw if anyone is cheap like me, you can pick up the game + season pass for really cheap in key shops. I bought mine there, spent around 15$ for game + season pass, months ago.
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    ARE YOU ACTUALLY BRITISH THOUGH???????............
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    "also less salty than him." FAKE NEWS
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    Name: Arroth Silverscale Age: 26 Class: Fighter Species: DragonBorn Bio: Arroth Silverscale (pronounced Air-Roth) was raised within a small military clan known as "Orn Molik Arytiss" Common translation "Silver Skin Warrior". His clan lived in the far northern mountains where survival was a challenge. A war raged on between my clan and the frost giants for centuries.. sadly they finaly succeeded in their task! Arroth is the last of his clan.. the last of his family name. Arroth grew up as a warrior. He does not speak often and when he does it is of few words. Honorable and Loyal.. Doing anything for those that he might care about. Sworn enemy of Frost Giants and their kin, he will attack first without hesitation. How you would play them: Soft spoken and kind.. unless provoked. Will do what I can to protect my group.
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    Existing D&D groups Saturday - DM : HalberDude Players : Pigeon Falldown Morrisx Sam Ako Jackboot - Monday DM : Halberdude : Players Jim Emu West Joya DopePope Fynn Peasent