- HEADLINES: Celebrating Gray October
- EDITORIAL “DAS KULTURKAMPF”
Learn what censors decide you to learn
Hugbox mentality to discussion(respect and courtesy ENFORCED, not earned)
Buncha beatnik circlejerkers who are the first to complain about everything and blow things out of proportion and pretend their whining makes a difference.
The voting system is easily corruptible as unpopular opinions are silenced and effectively turning all “discussion” into echo chambers where no real controversy is possible.
- TRADE Trade Run Cancelled for Holiday
- TRADE US Diamond Sword Trade
- DOMESTIC: Opening of more Storage*
- ORDERS: *
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ASPERMONT, W.L. - Celebrating a Server-wide Holiday: Gray October, otherwise known as the Founding Week of the UNKNOWN [?] Trading Company, the members fired an 18 gun salute in the Aderan Archipelago and postponed all regular Company activity.
Originally was supposed to be held as a line battle between Regiments, the 29th Whitehaven’s leader, Boonut, wasn’t able to make it and instead we just fired grenades in the distance or something cause we cheap like that.
Happy Gray October.
Irishkaiser - Celebrating Gray October, we look back on what we’ve gained and what we’ve lost, having epiphanies on issues, some petty, some small but the greatest epiphany I’ve had is the realization of our unique cultural identity that sets us apart from the rest of the MineZ community. We in effect have basically formed the Third Position between the MineZ Reddit Elite(whom we are ideologically contrasted against) and the Shotbow Forum which represents players in tuned at large to the happenings and goings of the development(that we are mostly neutral with).
But what makes up our “culture”? What really defines us as Homeserver Citizens, specifically of Tenland? Though we were formed in Virginia and the idea itself was also formed up elsewhere in other servers, the concept of a Homeserver is central to our tenets and ideology as it forms the medium basis of our activities.
Well, I cannot explain to you what exactly separates us from them. But I can tell what we are proud of, in habits and mannerisms.
Firstly, we Tenlanders love to keep our Ender Eye. For the Homeservers themselves need one common form of communication. A pitiful premium might just chuck it out because it “wastes” inventory space, but to Tenlanders - friends mean more to us than an extra potion..
Materialism to us is a foreign idea, and indeed the foreigners seem to care a little too much about their inventories. The citizens of Tenland feel safe and secure about their player data and inventory because they know they can get it all over again. Something about the ground you’re walking on… Familiar territory that makes you think “Hey, it’s fine. I can get it again another time. No need to swear at the guy.”
Tenland customs when chatting with each other are generally filled with good jests and people think it rude to tell other people how to talk. This may be attributed due to the lesser frequency of La Li Lu Le Lo presence, fuckers who we all know go berserk and suddenly become Bible-thumping when people say “Fuck, I died!”. In contrast with the Premium MineZ Elite who use reddit as their main medium of communication and newsharing - we enjoy our freedom of speech. Despite what many others believe, reddit communities have twisted their forms of Free speech to be the equivalent of the Liberal News Media. That is:
In addition, we are less hopper-inclined which means we’re more MineZ than what those PvP-based fucks are doing.
We don’t get bored as easily because our friends always comes up with newer ideas, activities and unregulated content(mostly due to our position of free speech); Tenlanders always have something to do.
And did you know that even rival groups don’t share bad blood and can cooperate and be civil? YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE, REBEL DOGS.
But we are not without our problems. We have much less contact with the administration(definitely more than the other homeservers) and therefore we don’t really have an outlet to distribute our own opinions, as we are being overshadowed by the dominant Premium MineZ elite.
Then we are seen as far more bannable when having equivalent accusations alongside the Premium MineZ elite due to the aspect of familiarities.
We also have few outlets to exchange our ideas and sympathies with others simply because fuck, we keep to ourselves, bro. We’re inclusive. But that does not mean we are most unaccepting of new people in the game, on the contrary - we love to help out people with NON-CONCEITED ANSWERS. YOU KNOW HOW YOU FUCKERS TALK.
All this means there is still a threat and that threat is the suggestions and postings of the /r/minez subreddit. Though we’ve normalized relations from previous hostile dispositions, they’re still exporting their culture and we try our best to defend ourselves and our identity, it truly is a cultural struggle.
Zzzz…. Zzzz… Maple syrup… Zzzz..
The directory reports that it delivered about:
1 Diamond swords
In exchange for
6 Health Potions(he had a golden apple in there somewhere)
It’s like he’s the only one buying or something.
Because we cancelled the Trade Run, we finally have more room for storage. Least I finally got to use up those potions or something.
1) Holidays over. Everyone get back to work. FULL PRODUCTION AHEAD.
^THE ^[?] ^EMPIRE, ^THE ^COMPANY’S ^OFFICIAL ^NEWS ^SOURCE ^AND ^PROPAGANDA ^TOOL. ^AW ^YEAH.
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