[Multi-Platform] The Four Communities

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  1. Asyerr

    Asyerr New Member

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    WELCOME!

    The Four Communities are a society split into 4 factions along the same server in H1Z1. Although this will currently start on PC, we will also recruit on PlayStation 4, when the release comes. Below are chapters better describing what this society of communities does and is.

    "About":
    We are divided into three types of people and 4 types of communities. Our survivors are selected as either of the three: Survivors, Rangers, and Runners. Survivors are more of the civilians of the group, all their jobs are to do is either work on base defenses (Upgrading and extending), setting traps, hunting, and other jobs similar to these tasks. Rangers are the TRUE defense of the group, they guard the bases by doing watches, secures areas nearby that eventually lead to "Outposts", and do meet-ups for anyone looking to join us. Runners are the suppliers of the group, they do runs into cities/towns and other areas to find supplies that they bring back to their community.

    "The Four Communities":
    These communities are to bring a type of trust and difficulty to each community. Each group will have a single leader, loyal members and their own purposes. Two communities will be friendly with each other, one community will be of hunters that will kill any opposing communities's runners/rangers they see and will also do base raids if the leader gives the go ahead, and the last community will simply keep to themselves, only protecting their own. May help, but also may not, it's however they're feeling on that day. The chances are likely they'll help out if they owe you a favor, usually gained by helping them out before.

    "Outposts":
    Outposts are generally just small bases spread around the map of H1Z1. The main purpose of these are to spread out the four communities factions by providing either safety, or harm. (Safety for the friendly communities & harm for the hunter community.). These Outposts are also used for an extraction for new survivors, wanting to survive with us. There will usually be food, water and other supplies to hold you off until Rangers escort you back to home base. They'll be less defended and small compared to each communities's home bases, so be careful and wary at all times.

    "Requirements":
    At the moment the requirements don't request you having a mic, as long as you could contact via steam messaging or some other commonly used messaging application. The only strict requirements are to not break character much often and to change your username to your communities name. (Ex. If you're in the hunter community, your username would need to be [Hunt] ---; this helps by making it easier to spot if you're in a different or same community.)

    "Enrollment":
    Currently all we require you to give us is your Steam username, timezone, skill (What you're best at doing in H1Z1.), what community you would like to be apart of, and what position you'd like do have in that community. Soon, we will have a website that will have registration forms that will make enrollment much easier for both me and you.​


     
    #1 Asyerr, Jan 30, 2015
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  2. Asyerr

    Asyerr New Member

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    Should have a Steam group, YouTube channel, and Twitter up soon. Links will be listed in the main post as soon as possible.
     
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    new group?

    you guys starting a new group i suppose
     
  4. Asyerr

    Asyerr New Member

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    Yes, we're trying to create a series of RP communities (groups) for H1Z1. Interested in joining? We'll need at least 20-30 people to join before officially getting started in a server.
     
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