- HEADLINES: UTC Members Push for War
- EDITORIAL “Nobody Wants Actual War Except in Games”
- TRADE archive compileNewList.sh data.json head.html links.html output.md tail.html US MineZ Trade Run
- PvP Drill archive compileNewList.sh data.json head.html links.html output.md tail.html 41st Mass PvP Event - Downtime Warfare
- DOMESTIC UTC Bank’s First Transactions
- ORDERS: *
ASPERMONT, W.L.- Some UTC members cry out for open KoSing, embargoes and open conflict after witnessing multiple disgusting actions and words by the Rainbow Squad premium clan group.
The reasons for conflict stem from three grievances
1) Threatening Company Members repeatedly within the past weeks
2) Harboring cheaters and hackers among their ranks
3) Irreconcilable moral and philosophical differences, particularly the notion of LOVE, which is abused and twisted by their members and leadership.
The Directory will discuss whether it is worth the time to actively seek their annihilation or cool off and realize that it’s just some petty shit.
Irishkaiser - The glorification of war is a dangerous fiction that should just be kept a fantasy out of decency. It is true that war is a necessary means to maintain one’s self against others who may seek to do them harm, but the harsh realities of conflict should always be reminded, if one’s views value the sanctity of life and individuals, of course.
Video games themselves seem to go back and forth, depending on the video game that war is glorious and or war is bad. It certainly depends on the individual’s own morality, but sometimes people forget that the most heavily organized effort towards murder is actually A BAD THING. People become statistics, men and whole groups of men become chess pieces on the board of self-interests. The real risk is you only have one chance and there are no extra lives.
Video games or games in general on the otherhand are A-OK to simulate war and or war games because you will always get a chance. It’s escapism, but remember - it is just that - escapism. There has never been ideal wars due to the multiple factors of interests that mitigate any “good causes” being fought for.
The Directory proudly announces that it has delivered
3 chain sets
5 iron swords
2 infinity bow
2 Diamond Swords
In exchange for
31 Health Potions
A trade run that encountered heavy fighting between Rainbow Squad and allies against Company Members. This trade run highlighted the need for better ways of controlling independent customers whose death after buying gear, especially gear that has diamond swords, serve as potential threats to Company forces operating in the South.
The heavy fighting started around Portsmouth where the caravan killed a chain-iron premium bandit stationed in Portsmouth, who turned out to be allies(or members?) to Rainbow Squad. The Company held their ground until the deaths of 2 customers who kept following the caravan after buying the diamond swords and the arrival of a hacker on the battlefield who seemed to have supported the premium attackers. Multiple cheaters tried to track down the Company and the caravan was forced to fight in Consilio University.
Intense urban fighting followed where the Company fought with a distinct advantage, until cyclone_43 of the 93rd Regiment disconnected mid-fight and was almost killed by withering arrow fire… BUT BECAUSE OF THE BRAVERY OF 93rd LEADER HOTCOCK007, WHO JUMPED IN FRONT OF THE DEADLY SHOT TO DEFEND HIS BODY, CYCLONE_43 WAS SAVED…
Cyclone_43 kept disconnecting, forcing the UTC to be pinned down in Consilio but by then, the Rainbow Squad’s attacks were stopping. The caravan eventually left Consilio and they regrouped in Ridgevale to march o Romero and sell the last of their gear.
ALMOST THERE, GUYS. JUST HOLD ON.
Thank you, Sahlgutmir.
1) Trade Run completed. SOP
2) US Trade Run next week.
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