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Macz last won the day on October 14 2014

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  1. Props to East Coast Legion

    Nothing's perfect, but what I've seen in the short amount of time I've been with Legion is that the team is strong, dedicated, and willing to help when needed - even when their own zones are being attacked. That should have been obvious from the Dover op: several Legion players were dealing with being attacked while attacking Dover and stuck it out to help take it down regardless of their own losses and headaches. In a perfect world, games would be pretty damned boring.
  2. Props to East Coast Legion

    I'm in! When do we leave?
  3. Props to East Coast Legion

    ****, G - apparently I reached my "like" quota for the day. Very well said.
  4. Props to East Coast Legion

    Yeah, that was an odd statement coming from someone with a huge enemy tower in his backyard. We live in the ballsiest region, it would seem.
  5. Props to East Coast Legion

    We were determined to take that zone and there was no way it was going to stay green. Perhaps your team could try to take down that 34.5m faceless zone in Redfern, New South Wales - z12571. There's a lot of faceless there who might fight back, but you should be able to take it 4 days, right?
  6. Props to East Coast Legion

    Yup, I'm actually Legion, but there's no way to change my profile to reflect that fact.
  7. Jumping from purple to RED

    Thanks, all - so far it's been a blast and a half. I look forward to seeing what's next. @Desideratus: Thanks a lot. I really appreciate it.
  8. Jumping from purple to RED

    Glad to be part here! ...and trying to figure out how to change my faction in this forum.
  9. Props to East Coast Legion

    Maybe Swarm could make it a little more intresting next time - if you guys wouldn't mind building a bigger zone, we'd appreciate it. We've set a new bar and need your help to exceed that AWESOME accomplishment!
  10. Jumping from purple to RED

    Who the **** takes down 30m bots in 30 hours!? LEGION!!!
  11. I don't post much, nor do I reply to many posts... hardly any, as a matter of fact, but for those who find the game boring after reaching level 100, you might want to read this. I started out as legion in Pittsburgh, but noticed quite quickly there was little to no local support. That was over a year ago. At the time the only thing that made sense was to switch to faceless, as they seemed to control a disproportionately large part of the city. As faceless in Pittsburgh I was able to level up, build zones, and keep bases that were well-protected by other faceless players. I never disliked playing on the faceless side, and I still consider the locals great guys and excellent players, but things changed. Things became boring, and the sillinesss of the faceless "leadership" was stiffling. There was little support for anyone outside a select group of players, and only when it came to zones located in strategically important cities. I have much respect for the local faceless players - they play with heart and understand it's just a freakin' game. That said, switching to legion made all the difference in the world. I had considered closing my account and uninstalling the game from my phone, but decided to switch to legion at the last moment. I effectively destroyed 5 million+ bots, taking myself off the regional board, and had to drive around to relocated bases, but it was well worth it. Soon after switching I was invited to the Dover, DE op - probably the biggest zone takedown in the history of qonqr, and it was epic! Taking down a 30+ million bot zone in under 48 hours was exhillarating, but what still doesn't register is how smooth everyone operated. There were no complaints, no whining, no getting bent out of joint. In Legion there are no "leaders." It was actually fun and, strangely enough, relaxing. The personalities at legion in my area are inviting and similar to that of my own - relaxed, fun, accomodating, and more importantly, everyone takes care of everyone. If one member has a problem, we all have a problem. For those getting bored with the game, consider coming over to LEGION! James "Macz"
  12. Props to East Coast Legion

    Rum and beer also found their way into this mother of all ops.
  13. Props to East Coast Legion

    Pew, pew, pew, pew
  14. Dear Devs

    Hmmm... I'm just tech savvy enough to build a PC, install the OS and get it over locked, but beyond that is a dark world of seemingly infinite possibilities for alerting reality. I must say, though, that sounds like cheating to me.