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Discussion in 'UHall' started by Guest, Apr 1, 2008.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Last night I was at home working away on a new smash hit flash game when my guildmaster contacted me regarding the fact I haven't been playing UO much lately. The whole guild had come together in order to form some kind of online intervention, they had complied the facts and figures and presented them to me quite logically.

    It appears one of the key reasons for my lapse into inactivity had to do with the current dire state of PvP and my less than stellar performance when compared to this time 10 years ago, I hadn't noticed it myself, but it was obvious once I was told, all the deaths and insurance costs, the repeated disheartening smack talk over my freshly killed corpse and the skill loss suffered by my loved and adored pet rune beetle, grumpy.
    It had forced me subconsciously to develop an extensive excuse as to why I shouldn't play much anymore, involving doing real life activities such as connecting to important figures and negotiating sales with big companies, visiting the gym and exercising as well as arranging travel and adventures to far away countries. I had thought I was doing all this for my own well being, when it's obvious with hindsight that it was simply a fabricated situation to draw me away from what's really important in life, playing UO.

    Because of all this it's my duty to inform the people I consider most important to me, my Stratics family that I will once again return to Britannia for 10 hour sessions of exciting gameplay. I shall no longer be negligent in my duties and will be macroing all my characters blue and buying a house plot in Luna, from here I will develop my new passions of shopkeeping and hunting devious and difficult monsters from around many facets of the world, except of course Felucca.
    To aid me in my plan I shall be setting up a server cluster devoted to collecting and filling BoDs - This in my opinion is what UO is really about, with these bots active I can focus on what I want to do instead of endlessly trying to make the many millions required to enjoy playing.
    I shall be renting out vendor space to anyone sharing in my passion for automated gold creation, I shall have many wonderful vendors ranging from cheap duped artifacts, cloned credit card obtained tokens and the cheapest barbed kits available on any shard.
    Anyone renting a vendor will also be invited into my guild, provided they have no interest in champion spawning (Unless they run fee-based spycams) - The guild shall be called Syndicate II, our primary focus shall be developing extensive tactics and keyman groups for completing peerless encounters, which I've come to believe are the most challenging experience available in game today.
    Members will be required to log in for at least 6 hours a day or will be penalized 10 DKP daily, if a member is inactive for more than 3 days in a row they will be removed and all earned DKP will go to the next most senior ranked member, I firmly believe such rigid rank based guild structure will be very beneficial to the guild as a whole.
    I also intend to write a book about the whole subject of creating and maintaining a high profile online guild and it's importance in both the real world and the various online ones. the sales fees from this book combined with the revenue generated from my automated server cluster will be re-invested into additional servers that will be running a new program I have created called DifficultUO - Using this program I will be able to automate accounts taking into consideration the key tactics developed in our peerless encounters so that only one guild member need actually be present for every battle.
    Once this goal has been achieved my life will be fulfilled and I will be able to hold my head up high in online society as I shall be one of the foundation stones of virtual economics. I shall be able to take part in such exciting past times as roleplay and find like minded female players with whom I can have interactive roleplayed naked encouters in one of my many crystal tile custom built house bedrooms.

    If anyone is interested in helping me achieve my dreams, don't hesitate to get in touch, I am anxious to get started as soon as possible.

    Regards, your friend,
    Lord Noxin.
    Guildmaster of Syndicate II
  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    If He was a merchant, He'd be a vendor in Syndicate II. *nod nod*
  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

    can I join the syndicate II
  4. Repowski

    Repowski Guest

    Brilliant post.