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cheerin for ya wolfy!howle
Wolf we all believe in you go show merica you got talentget ready merica
I'll cover you ^-^you already do
Nice! Wow, this is utterly awesome!Thanks and nerve wracking
GO WOLF!!! hope you do good!thank you clown
wish you all the best for that (don't think i'll be able to see it, my country probably doesn't stream stuff from overseas )thank you and ill video it and youtube it i have alot of friends arounf the globe
Heres the skin itself and the image in MNCS to prove I made it. First time I've used in in around four years so I'm a bit rusty with the new system . Anyway I hope you enjoy the next segment and I may or may not make one for truewolfmaster that looks very similar.Yeah I'm not using that...
Minecraft IGN: Djharper
Server (Survival or B-Team): B-Team
Story behind the Skin:
Real: I needed a skin for our Christmas event
Story: Once a young elf by the name "Dj" had one passion- To work with Santa himself. He adored Christmas and decided to master any skill needed to join the jolly man! And so he began in typical montage state, he used his artistic prowess to fashion himself some garments which made him appear as if he should have an annoying fairy and a creepy old man give him a sword. Then came the challenge of decorating a tree, he stuck baubles and amazing trinkets like polar bears, hearts and assorted items until making the beautiful peak shine with the best star. Then he came into his next test, present making. For this he prepared a beautiful block of the most elegant diamonds into the shape of a creeper plush toy. Finally he underwent vigorous training until finally meeting the man in red. He was overjoyed and he was set to join a team of other elves... Santa was simply being kind as he joined the elf "True Wolf" who was similarly passionate. They delivered objects for toy making and helped out wherever possible... Recently though a danger has sprung up and they need the help of hero's! So, join Dj and True and help them make Christmas great! (#FreeAdvertismentPays)
Screenshots: I put them in attatchments but if they don't show I'll add an imuger link <3
Hosting a GMod server at this point is like buying a really old car. Sure, it could be a good car and all, but it's not going to last as long as something newer. It's had its run; and this is coming from someone who spent several hundred hours on the SFT TTT server. Unturned isn't a completely horrible choice, but unless it's had major changes lately, it gets boring fast. Grief prevention plugins aren't the best and if you wanted to allow PvP/griefing/raiding, the game is pretty desyncy (ex. cars running you over when on your end they're nowhere near you). 7 days to die I feel is in the same boat as GMod. The game was fairly popular when it came out, but they've made weird changes and the game just doesn't seem to have the hype behind it anymore.if he hosts gmod id be on it alot
If you think about it as if we're one of those little fish things that cling on to sharks; us clinging on to GMod, Unturned or 7DtD is like clinging to a dead shark at this point. Sure, what's left might do some good here and there, but the games are only really popular to a very select amount of people. Even while our TTT server was at it's peak, nobody really donated.
I feel as though any server that you wanna make decent profit from will require practically a new community forming. Even if we come out with the best Arma 3 server ever tomorrow, ~90% of SFT doesn't own it and probably never will. We'd have to attract a whole new crowd. Every new server we come out with we try to shove it into our little community bubble and force the existing players to play it, then we all get upset when the server is empty 24/7 when a huge portion of the community didn't even know the game existed. While Arma is just an example, the biggest communities and servers on Arma started with Arma. They've been with the game since Arma 2 and they'll probably be with the game till hell freezes over - and they're able to do that because their community is almost entirely composed of people who come home every day and play Arma for 6 hours straight, just like we are with minecraft. Difference is, Mojang's EULA has pretty much killed the ability to survive and thrive in terms of donations. The game won't die tomorrow, but in my opinion, it's already in a decline.
This post was probably unnecessarily long but ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
@CaykoMarieHow about giving players a bat spawn egg on first join?Possible bat spawner to help new players to get the bat morph faster if its possible? If not than having at least a shop that sells the flight gene yet for a fair price since its rare to get xDLooking into this!