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  1. No, I'm not talking about the wrong person, and saying it fifty times in five minutes was hyperbole. You said it quite a lot to try and be funny and edgy, I could care less about your language but even now you wont take personal responsibility for what you have said. Don't pass the buck here. Now you are trying to imply that I'm sensitive and don't like "bad words", take some responsibility man, you want to be a regular. Regulars are the cornerstone of UO and you are clearly not that. Work on how you communicate with people and what you say and be willing to take responsibility for things you have done. Be open to criticism and don't take it too personally, I'm just suggesting what you need to do if you want to become a regular.
  2. Oh no, I realize he's joking, but saying ****** fifty times in five minutes while he's squad lead is more annoying than funny. Imagine you were just getting started with UO and saw he was a regular of the community. What would you think about that community as a whole if those were the kind of members to be representing UO? I've never thought he was trying to be malicious at any point in time, I just don't think he should be a regular. It's fine he keeps playing on the servers I have no problem with him, and at times he is humorous. I just think the way he acts in channel and in game is showing a pretty high level of immaturity.
  3. I haven't been offended by what he says, but I know that there would definitely be people who would get offended, that's why I said borderline offensive. It just isn't the kind of behavior I've seen from or would expect of from regulars. But when you're saying the same racist remarks over and over and over again it loses it's humor and becomes annoying and borderline offensive. It's almost like when a child uses the word "fuck" and adults laugh at it, and the child does not have an understanding of the implications of what he/she is saying so they continue to use the word. Out in public if that child is saying "fuck" all the time people can get offended and annoyed. If Chapple showed more maturity in what he chooses to say and the rate at which he said things, he could become a regular down the line. Right now I just don't see it.
  4. So far I haven't experienced any problems on primary or dayz servers, everyone is on top of their game. It honestly feels like herbiie is trolling at this point, and he seems to be the only one who is having substantial problems in game leaving me to believe the problem is most likely on his end.
  5. As in racial comments, and acting in an immature manner. Never heard you personally insult anyone.
  6. I've played with Chapple a couple of times but your behavior can be extremely iffy/borderline offensive at times. You can be fun to play with but as far as being a regular I would highly recommend no votes.
  7. I don't know who you are, or remember playing with you on the UO server ever. If you just got removed for inactivity, I think it would be wise to become more active in the UO community before trying to become a regular again. Without currently being active you should not receive regular status. You seem like a good guy, but I feel that you need to show that you are actually being active again before becoming a regular.
  8. I would say yes, but only after extensive testing. It looks fun and all from the demo video, but that's not a multiplayer scenario. Who knows how this thing would act with a loaded server?
  9. I played the original Delta Force, the second one, and BHD. The only one I played mp on was BHD, had a lot of fun with it.
  10. Does it happen in other games, or is it just an Arma 2 issue?
  11. I'm not sure, but UOTC's will be mentioned on the front-page and in the forums ahead of time. Just keep checking in and you'll be sure to find one.
  12. Naz you should take a deep breath and relax. All this huff and puff mr. serious face shit over a joke post on a dayz forum. Nob0dy thanks for the laughs, in game and now more recently out of the game.
  13. With the recent removal of regulars for lack of forum activity I would not support this decision. To be a regular you must be active not only in the game but on the forums. While how you act in game is important in being a regular, you still should be active in voting and changing/adding things to the community as a whole. 90 days is a long time to be inactive on the forums and is not indicative of being a "regular". Things change fast in UO, and to amend this to allow inactivity of 6 months is a poor decision. You can always apply to become a regular again.
  14. Seems like it could be an interesting addition if proper missions are developed for use with the mod.
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