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  1. For those interested, the Faceless held a meetup in Seattle. We managed to get 12 players total to the meet up and with the help of those that couldn't attend managed to take down a 3 million bot zone in about 4+ hours. Here's the story and photos: http://thelamarrs.com/post/78302744475/qonqr-meetup-faceless-at-hifi-brewing LG
  2. Carolina Rebellion Meet up

    QONQR meet up at the concert! I got a few swarm going lets make it bigger. Lets get all the local QONQR players there. Its at the Charlotte NC motor speedway. May 2nd through the 3rd. Bunch of great rock bands. I tried to post a banner for it but it was to large and resizing it on my phone isn't working. So here is the website carolinarebellion.com
  3. Sore Losing?

    You win some....you lose some..... .....and then you boycott.
  4. I love Qonqr. Intro and Background: I’ll give you a History of me on the game. I was born to Qonqr in Puerto Rico, Legion was the weak faction there and so I was born into Legion. In Puerto Rico is an island of 100miles wideX 35 miles across. There are more than 3000 territories in that space. I loved Qonqr being played against 6 people total with that many territories around. A capture was assured every time you checked in. and that was fun. I am also a very offensively minded player, so the defensive aspect of the game was never an enjoyable part of the game. Seattle: Summer of 2013 I moved to the Greater Seattle Area. Legion was a good group, the swarm had a healthy group and the faceless had big group that spent some money in some battles in the area. This was also fun but also frustrating because when 20-30 people defend the battles can get pretty intense (and kind of spendy). Legion lost some team members, and I switched to the swarm group in order to have better balance in battles, (and I felt left out). I later set about achieving all the hidden defection medals( I am legion at heart), so I spent 120 days in each faction. I have also spent a fair amount of dollars in this game. The greater Seattle area has many veteran players, We keep an all teams Groupme group to socialize and sometimes trash talk each other. But I understand that this type of group is fairly rare in the game. The actives in the area are about 30 players across all factions. Current status of the game: Looking at most major metropolitan areas (where the people are). I see Million bot towers that I assume are fully supported. It makes me wonder what the original vision for the game was: A dynamic map where things have the potential to change every day? Or a hopelessly gridlocked game where high fully supported towers are the norm? The Ingress Problem: I am fairly exited for blue version of Qonqr. But I recently tried out ingress for Iphone. This game is similar to Qonqr in some ways but very different. The dynamic is different in that your range never improves over 30 meters. So you can’t really play from the comfort of bed or couch. You have to walk somewhere to capture anything. You also have to link your current portals (zones) to create fields. You also have to recharge your Resonators (defensive bots) every 3 days in order to maintain a portal. The game is many times over more complex than Qonqr. But It has an order of magnitude more players in the area. This might be due to the platform that it is on, but since the range is so small, it forces players to actually meetup in order to capture a heavily defended zone. This meetups happen every day and the map changes as a result. Since you can’t get up and defend a portal when it’s under attack by 5-10 players you are pretty much guaranteed a meetup of the other side to take it back sometime this week. This creates a virtuous cycle of engagement with the players. So much so that the GROUPME community for Ingress is tiered: A welcome group that redirects you to your local chat (as soon as a trusted operative confirms your scope as good). Also the monetizing of the game is different. Ingress monetizing is gathering human movement for Google (and corporate sponsors), and Qonqr is primarily player supported, so that is a challenge, but the side effect is that no player can buy their way to victory. This creates more community, as the only way to victory on the map is to work together. It surprised me to know that ingress is younger than Qonqr. But the community of Ingress is Way more involved with their game than we are. Part of The Problem, and part of the solution The problem IMO is that all the zones are fully supported, and that will not change anytime soon, anywhere. Most of the support around here is from inactive players. Maybe that is the case everywhere, I don’t know. I propose the following mechanism for at least having a chance at eroding support, get more kills to the players and have a chance to change the map in your local area. I propose that you introduce Divert field decay (not shield decay). This effect would be implemented like the shield decay. Amended from the Blog “After a player has failed to launch in QONQR for 30 days, the divert field will decrease by 1% each additional day they fail to launch a new formation. Launching in any zone will immediately reset the clock and put your divert field back to 100%. My thinking is that this divert field will bring old inactive support to the front of the battle lines, motivating players and encouraging battles, It would also encourage redundant support from active players and spending of game credits on support, which is always good for Qonqr. What say You Qonqr Comunity? There is a poll on the top of the page, be sure to vote, as I might be crazy and nobody agrees with me.
  5. Hello from Cincinnati!

    Greetings from the Greater Cincinnati Area. Milford, more specifically. Any other Faceless in this pummeling sea of red?
  6. Stoppable Force

    To quote another topic that dings90 started; "OK, it is now proven that Faceless is an unstoppable force. Sorry, had to be said. I'm ready for all the cubing comments, but I saw plenty of cubes being utilized by the losing 2 factions as well. We also can say we beat you both since you double teamed us for a good portion of the battle. We have nothing more to prove!" Wow the swarm won this Atlantis even though we were getting double teamed . But seriously great work swarm.
  7. I am resigning as legion leader president ruler tyrannical leader. Dings paid me so I'm taking a break. -serious- he didn't, don't even start anything with him on this- -serious- I'm taking a long break since this game isn't fun anymore. Hopefully after the break I can get my Qonqr love back. -not serious- dings is love. Dings is life
  8. Little question

    I play since 2,3 month ago, suddenly at the same time 2 player started taking my zones (no problem the game is like this lol) BUT... All the times the 2 players attack at the same time, ALWAYS, I`ve been watching for a while before writting this... Is it possible that... it`s only one person with 2 accounts? Of course I can not defend anything if everytime I have to do it I`m agains 2 players ALWAYS... So... What do you think? Thanks! CODENAME: GeRyKatina
  9. After playing several Atlantis rounds, I've realized some things in the macro sense of the word. The most obvious on is that the legion of the world are no where near as badass as the ones we deal with on the East Coast. This round it is obvious that Legion has again struck an agreement with Swarm. There is no swarm-legion activity going on short of Swarm retaking Kalkin for Legion. On the other hand, the Swarm of the world are much more ruthless than the small sect we have on the East Coast. They have numbers, cubers and a willingness to kill that I'm just not used to seeing from Swarm around me. There seems to be an impressive level of cooperation and coordination amongst themselves. And I'm gonna call us out too. The Faceless of the world struggle to get organized just as much as we do on the East Coast. It's like being an ADD kid and trying to keep your binder organized at school. Everyone is super interested in becoming organized under excellent leadership, but the rubber just never meets the road. I've been enjoying this round more than ever, it's been an awesome chance to come together and meet people from half a dozen new countries. This is now the most international thing I've ever had my hand in and I love it. I mean no disrespect by anything I've said above, merely sharing my observations about the Qonqrverse. I encourage everyone else to post their findings as well (without getting out the flamethrowers, lets be civil). Anyway, as my good friend Wheg's avatar says, Have lots of fun! See you in battle
  10. If you are new to the game as a faceless in Illinois, there is a new GROUPME room you can be added to. If u want to be added in game message ither me, bevnet36, or dings90, and we will add you
  11. Trying to figure out some quotes for prerecording for my Prometheus costume update. Any suggestions for quotes besides what I might have on the bumper stickers from AIQGear?
  12. Howdy y'all Please note this only covers the Top 50 Bots Deployed Leaderboard For the old post please click here. http://community.qon...derboard-stats/ Now for the fun stuff. Texas Top 50! Total Players: 50 Total Bots Deployed: 1,265,502,010 Total Bots Killed: 913,823,946 Total Zone Leads: 9,147 Total Zone Captures: 79,866 Total Number of Zones: 9,137 Total Players Faction: Total Players - What percent of the Top 50 it is. Legion: 20 - 40% Faceless: 12 - 24% Swarm: 18 - 36% Total Bots Deployed Legion: 447,652,715 - 35.37% Faceless: 402,829,121 - 31.83% Swarm: 415,020,174 - 32.79% Total Bot Kills Legion: 456,195,821 - 49.92% Faceless: 121,786,702 - 13.33% Swarm: 335,841,423 - 36.75% Total Zone Leads: Legion: 2,975 - 32.52% Faceless: 5,067 - 55.40% Swarm: 1,105 - 12.08% Total Zone Captures Legion: 34,729 - 43.48% Faceless: 22,015 - 27.56% Swarm: 23,122 - 28.95% Total State Zone Control Legion: 3,344 - 36.6% Faceless: 3,490 - 38.2% Swarm: 2,293 - 25.1% Uncontrolled: 9 - .1% (numbers might not add up correctly due to rounding) The below are stats for the Top 10 Players. Top 10 Totals Total Deployed: 544,045,189 Total Kills: 283,880,013 Total Leads: 5,373 Total Captures: 36,379 The below is what % the Top 10 makes of the Top 50 42.99% of the total bots deployed 31.07% of the total bot kills 58.74% of the total zone leads 45.55% of the total zone captures Awards! Most bots killed 1st: Slipstream (55,275,976) Most bots killed 2nd: Maecenus (52,756,947) Most Zone Leads 1st: Chickeneye (3,784) Most Zone Leads 2nd: Apex_Strider (512) Most Zone Captures 1st: Chickeneye (8,524) Most Zone Captures 2nd: jonezy (8,420) Best Kill / Deployment Ratio 1st: Syphor (2.66) Best Kill / Deployment Ratio 2nd: AirPower (2.26) Best Zone Lead / Zone Capture Ratio 1st: GoldenTriangleEmpire (.55) Best Zone Lead / Zone Capture Ratio 2nd: PDDGamerChamp (.55) Now for the changes in the Top 50 from last year. Stat Name : Number Change - Percent Change Increase in Total Bots Deployed: 887,836,669 - 235.09% Increase in Total Bots Killed: 561,527,124 - 159.39% Increase in Total Zone Leads: 3,762 - 69.86% Increase in Total Zone Captures: 32,142 - 67.35% Difference in faction representation since last year. Legion: -1 Faceless: -2 Swarm: 3 Difference in Bots Deployed since last year. Legion: 315,029,901 - 237.54% Faceless: 236,680,120 - 142.45% Swarm: 336,126,648 - 426.05% Difference in Total Bot Kills since last year. Legion: 277,755,828 - 155.66% Faceless: 38,648,377 - 46.49% Swarm: 245,122,919 - 270.20% Difference in Total Zone Leads since last year. Legion: 1,334 - 81.29% Faceless: 2,964 - 140.94% Swarm: -536 - (-32.66%) Difference in Total Zone Captures since last year. Legion: 13,967 - 66.47% Faceless: 6,756 - 44.28% Swarm: 11,519 - 99.28% Factoids! Oldest Player in the Top 50: Maecenus (3/11/2012) Oldest Player in the Top 50: N (3/11/2012) (Qonqr's inception) Youngest Player on the Top 50: Lumuj (1/5/2014) SURVIVOR AWARD **People who are still on top 50 from last year** Chickeneye, Maecenus, Mr_B, Irulan B34ST, Ferrariman, redhot3000gt GoofyBroad, Slipstream, Verrum drag0n517, ladyhawk517, sigillumNIHIL KingJeffrey, N, Kittens, ABux Bluto, Boozer, jonezy, AirPower TheIntersect, OliveOil, Astronutz Syphor
  13. Hello everyone! I got a request from someone to revist the Illinois Top 50 Leaderboard, so I thought I'd give it a go. Its been *roughly* a year since I last looked at it so it should be pretty interesting. Please note this only covers the Top 50 Bots Deployed Leaderboard For the old post please click here. http://community.qon...derboard-stats/Now for the fun stuff. Illinois Top 50! Total Players: 50 Total Bots Deployed: 513,873,045 Total Bots Killed: 690,367,502 Total Zone Leads: 5,016 Total Zone Captures: 85,282 Total Players Faction: Total Players - What percent of the Top 50 it is. Legion: 7 - 14% Faceless: 37 - 74% Swarm: 6 - 12% Total Bots Deployed Legion: 46,060,558 - 8.96% Faceless: 418,686,998 - 81.48% Swarm: 49,125,489 - 9.56% Total Bot Kills Legion: 89,272,072 - 12.93% Faceless: 523,266,478 - 75.80% Swarm: 77,828,952 - 11.27% Total Zone Leads: Legion: 139 - 2.77% Faceless: 3,810 - 75.96% Swarm: 1,067 - 21.27% Total Zone Captures Legion: 12,208 - 14.31% Faceless: 60,060 - 70.43% Swarm: 13,014 - 15.26% The below are stats for the Top 10 Players. Top 10 Totals Total Deployed: 269,808,841 Total Kills: 199,102,257 Total Leads: 1,655 Total Captures: 21,523 The below is what % the Top 10 makes of the Top 50 52.50% of the total bots deployed 28.84% of the total bot kills 32.99% of the total zone leads 25.24% of the total zone captures Awards! Most bots killed 1st: GHOSTFACEFF (53,898,073) Most bots killed 2nd: marklitwin (42,364,218) Most Zone Leads 1st: PeoriaFalcon (426) Most Zone Leads 2nd: Sayyadina (396) Most Zone Captures 1st: GHOSTFACEFF (10,023) Most Zone Captures 2nd: Sayyadina (5,195) Best Kill / Deployment Ratio 1st: Jmb8 (7.84) Best Kill / Deployment Ratio 2nd: DjangoStillChained (6.56) Best Zone Lead / Zone Capture Ratio 1st: DaHo109 (0.49) Best Zone Lead / Zone Capture Ratio 2nd: Pr0mE (0.33) Now for the changes in the Top 50 from last year. Increase in Total Bots Deployed: 356,225,381 Increase in Total Bots Killed: 514,481,779 Increase in Total Zone Leads: 1,603 Increase in Total Zone Captures: 51,423 Difference in faction representation since last year. Legion: -4 Faceless: 8 Swarm: -4 Difference in Bots Deployed since last year. Legion: 8,622,456 Faceless: 323,149,968 Swarm: 24,452,957 Difference in Total Bot Kills since last year. Legion: 38,882,828 Faceless: 438,384,309 Swarm: 37,214,642 Difference in Total Zone Leads since last year. Legion: -263 Faceless: 1,155 Swarm: 711 Difference in Total Zone Captures since last year. Legion: 4,112 Faceless: 43,376 Swarm: 3,935 Factoids! Oldest Player on the Top 50: Sayyadina (8/4/2012) Youngest Player on the Top 50: bevnet36 (5/28/2014) Survivors from last years top 50 Ariaore, RebelFalcon, Outlaw2112 Sayyadina, Messuna, marklitwin StarlightShadows, Nightphlox Randy_Stones, GHOSTFACEFF Medic156, SpyderPilot
  14. Hello everyone! About a year ago I created a post called "Global Leaderboard Top 50", in this post I outlined some stats for the Top 50 players in the world based purely on bots deployed. Well after a year has passed I decided I would revist this old topic and provide some new insight. Below you will see the state of the Top 50 currently, how its changed in the last year, and some other tidbits. For the old post please click here. http://community.qon...d-top-50-stats/ Now for the fun stuff. GLOBAL Top 50! Total Players: 50 Total Bots Deployed: 3,537,021,261 Total Bots Killed: 1,368,911,118 Total Zone Leads: 45,465 Total Zone Captures: 189,858 Total Players Faction: Total Players - What percent of the Top 50 it is. Legion: 13 - 26% Faceless: 24 - 48% Swarm: 13 - 26% Total Bots Deployed Legion: 988,877,251 - 27.96% Faceless: 1,700,682,204 - 48.08% Swarm: 847,461,806 - 23.96% Total Bot Kills Legion: 328,619,525 - 24.01% Faceless: 580,946,342 - 42.44% Swarm: 459,345,251 - 33.56% Total Zone Leads: Legion: 18,303 - 40.25% Faceless: 16,796 - 36.94% Swarm: 10,366 - 22.80% Total Zone Captures Legion: 48,392 - 25.49% Faceless: 93,012 - 48.99% Swarm: 48,454 - 25.52% The below are stats for the Top 10 Players. Top 10 Totals Total Deployed: 925,240,809 Total Kills: 284,753,809 Total Leads: 17,113 Total Captures: 52,325 The below is what % the Top 10 makes of the Top 50 26.16% of the total bots deployed 20.80% of the total bot kills 37.64% of the total zone leads 27.56% of the total zone captures Awards! Most bots killed 1st: xdawggwadx (136,258,926) Most bots killed 2nd: ActionGee (78,322,880) Most Zone Leads 1st: linjin (6,988) Most Zone Leads 2nd: bouyeros (3,793) Most Zone Captures 1st: Cipher9 (15,409) Most Zone Captures 2nd: xdawggwadx (10,862) Best Kill / Deployment Ratio 1st: xdawggwadx (2.15) Best Kill / Deployment Ratio 2nd: ActionGee (1.12) Best Zone Lead / Zone Capture Ratio 1st: linjin (0.90) Best Zone Lead / Zone Capture Ratio 2nd: Stalin (0.65) Now for the changes in the Top 50 from last year. Increase in Total Bots Deployed: 2,214,421,241 Increase in Total Bots Killed: 804,739,285 Increase in Total Zone Leads: 21,038 Increase in Total Zone Captures: 87,253 Difference in faction representation since last year. Legion: -8 Faceless: 7 Swarm: 1 Difference in Bots Deployed since last year. Legion: 450,358,781 Faceless: 1,211,352,178 Swarm: 552,710,282 Difference in Total Bot Kills since last year. Legion: 71,954,412 Faceless: 429,642,983 Swarm: 303,141,890 Difference in Total Zone Leads since last year. Legion: 7,149 Faceless: 8,821 Swarm: 5,068 Difference in Total Zone Captures since last year. Legion: 5,888 Faceless: 59,728 Swarm: 21,637 Factoids! Oldest Player on the Top 50: 1moparnut (3/10/2012 Youngest Player on the Top 50: Dryad (8/28/2013) Survivors from last years top 50 Richin109, Mercy, Chickeneye, cedrorum, Gilceleb, clubfoot, maxoxam Cipher9, 1moparnut, ActionGee, Mobius, southwind, Mr_B, kutengwa Dread_Pirate_Roberts, spe, linjin, Irulan
  15. So there's been some discussion in other threads.. but I think we need an official debate thread for the topic if there isn't already. I couldn't find one so here it is. I'll start. :3 So.. obviously, I'm arguing in favor of the legion. It's freaking called QONQR. What friendly AI would call itself qonqr?! Why go by such a threatening name if your intentions are good? I liked deej's argument of legion being the liberators. Man kind has progressed just fine on it's own.. Better safe than sorry, right? Plus, who doesn't love to blow stuff up all the time? I won't admit to looking for drama by posting this. I've heard a lot of arguments but I want to hear it all.
  16. Faceless Cake

    The cake that I made for the Faceless BBQ
  17. Faceless BBQ in Connecticut May 25

    Hello! Wright and I have decided that we would love to host a BBQ get together for all of our willing to travel Faceless friends. This will take place in the Stafford area. Northern part of CT on route 190. This will be on Sunday May 25th starting between 2 and 2:30. For those of you wanting to come but are reluctant due to distance.... We live within an hour of Six Flags New England so maybe you could make it a weekend thing. Food aplenty and BYOB.
  18. After a well-coordinated attack on a major zone in The Netherlands, the Dutch Legion decided to take a little bit of revenge on the Faceless attackers and accepted today's QONQR Facebook challenge. The challenge: The response: The result: And yes... there was a lot of fun in that!
  19. Untitled

    As he slunk through the front door, shutting out the world over his shoulder, he could feel himself unwind. His shoulders slumped and as he let out a deep sigh all the thoughts, stress and most of all boredom evaporated upwards, from somewhere between his shoulders blades, dissipating into the dimly lit hallway between the door and his inner sanctum. He trudged semi wearily to the kitchen and stopped in front of the fridge – another part of his daily routine. He grabbed a plastic bowl out of the fridge, tearing the cling film from the top, fork still sat attentively in the bowl and he followed his usual path to his bedroom. He shrugged off his clothes as he had shrugged off his troubles at the front door, chucked on something more comfortable and made his way to the cerebral cortex of his flat. Once sat at his desk he finally felt at home, relaxed. He fired up a couple of the computers in front of him and sighed once more, picking at the remnants of food in front of him. It wasn’t much, he would eat later. He wasn’t really that interested in food, certainly not at the moment, he would get a take away later. Much later. He had developed a nice little program for just this sort of occasion, one he was very proud of, perhaps more so than any other as it had been his first. His first born computer program. Kept stashed away on a usb drive, he felt guilty about keeping it hidden but he didn’t want to be caught for anything, least of all defrauding take aways. He just had to plug in his flash drive, key in a few codes, choose his poison and fire it away. A Bing! Would go off somewhere, an email would go somewhere else and before you knew it Chinese, pizza, Indian or whatever he fancied that night would be being ferried to his door, the delivery guy none the wiser to the fact that nobody had paid for it, just an exchange of ones and zeros between digital salesmen. So what would he do with himself tonight? Ninety-nine times out of ten he would immediately launch into a tirade of attacks on one of two targets – a binary choice he always struggled to pick between, he hated decision making, but today he felt differently. He wondered absent mindedly if perhaps he should go after the main root of all these troubles, the infamous AI. Infamy that most people on the planet where completely oblivious to. An unseen, incomprehensible computer program had somehow developed sentience, an AI that became self-aware and perhaps more worryingly self-sufficient. They had tried to shut it down but it had supported its own existence somehow. Right now it was supposedly being safe housed by cyber hippies who thought it would spread goodness and light. Really they were just as self-centred as the rest of us – they wanted it to help them develop profit boosting tech. Safe housed. If I was the most potent and powerful mind in the world I wonder how long I would stay ‘safe housed’ before I wanted to stretch my legs, or more importantly my immensely powerful mind outside the four walls, he wondered. Outside those four walls a war raged but it was a war completely unseen to most. Ever since the rogue AI had ‘gone public’ – public in a very loose sense of the word – two schools of thought had been opposing one another like waves crashing against the shore. Legion – the name of a group at the beck and call of Gabriel Sunday, former NSA agent and intent on destroying this AI before it has a chance to reveal its goal to destroy humankind, or at least that’s what legion assume its goal is. These guys… I can understand where they are coming from, but it seems fool hardy to destroy something before even trying to understand it. What happens if it comes back? The chances are if an AI has become sentient then it may happen again, we need to know how to combat this sort of thing. And that’s a worst case scenario, we don’t even know that this AI is hostile… yet. And that is precisely where Nagumo Enterprises comes in. Headed by one Doctor Kimyo Nagumo. They seem sure that this AI is benign, so sure of it that they are willing to gamble the entire future of humanity on it. They are protecting it, nurturing it even, feeding it everything it needs. Real caring aren’t they? Just so happens they are the foremost producer of nanobot technology and nanoweaponry on the planet. They figure to make out of this like the dam busters.. if we don’t all get annihilated in the process. The way I see it though? Well if it was so great and beneficial.. why would everyone be calling it QONQR?! Doesn’t seem that neutral a name if you ask me. Probably something Sunday came up with. He reached for his coin, he was getting side-tracked. Like most of the things in his flat, this was something he designed and made himself. Unlike most things here it wasn’t electronic. It wasn’t software, it wasn’t hardware… it was just a coin. He couldn’t even remember what kind of coin, it could have been a two pence judging by the size. One side was painted green and the other side painted red. He had even painstakingly painted it purple round the edge, lord knows what he would do if it ever landed on its edge, hack himself? As the coin flipped it’s way through the air he pondered that point, hack himself? This may be an interesting project, to test his defences, see if he could break into his own systems? The coin started its trajectory downward until it was swallowed up in his fist and slapped down onto the back of his other hand. Green. Nagumo. Maybe tonight would be his lucky night? Before he had time for any of that a little purple icon of a Buddha with no face appeared on the desktop of a computer to his right. He swivelled over, mildly surprised by the interruption. It was a communication from Simi. Hey dude. What’s up? Nothing much. Bull. Speak. Ok, well it’s like this, Trelwan said he thought he saw Quentin out and about. Out and about? Yeah, just about town, Nowhere too exciting. He couldn’t be sure, didn’t get a great look but he seemed pretty spooked. You know… Just today I was wondering about Quentin. If I was in his shoes I think I would like to get out, see the world, get some fresh air.. Who are you and what have you done with Trustar?! Very funny. No I’m serious, I know you’re not the type to leave the house. E.V.E.R. Tru pushed back from his computer and sighed. Partially over this semi revelation but mainly because Simi could be a real pain sometimes. Truth was Simi didn’t know squat about Tru. It was just a lucky guess. Don’t sigh at me like that. I didn’t sigh. Tru hated being predictable. So anyway, Any chance of finding something out about this? We could do with a prompt response. I’ll see what I can do. Any keyword starting with a Q meant QONQR. Trelwan had seen some sign of QONQR out and out.. well, no doubt it would be buried very, very deep in some vault hidden system Trelwan had cracked but still, if he could get in, it could get out. This is just what he had worried about, seemingly not worried enough. Prompt in this case did not mean a speedy response, it meant a communication with Prometheus. The spiritual leader of the hacker group known as Faceless, a man who could do such beautiful things with machinery that the love child of Salvador Dali and Enzo Ferrari could not hope to match. Faceless was the third party in this two horse race to save the world. Well, that was Trustar’s plans for this evening screwed. Dr Nagumo would have to wait once again. It wasn’t that Prometheus was difficult to get hold of. Tru had no idea where he was but he was 95.957% sure that he, like Tru himself, would be sat in front of a piece of telecommunications equipment so potent even the nerds at NASA couldn’t hope to understand it this side of the year 3030. It was just that he tended to focus pretty intently on what he was doing. Or at least that is what Tru assumed, maybe he was just rude. They were good friends, or as good a friend as you can be with someone when you intentionally know literally nothing about one another. Tru could get in touch with him at the drop of a hat, a very small hat hitting a certain key on his keyboard, the underside of his keyboard to be precise. Nobody would even know what to look for, it just looked like a recessed screw cavity, click it however and it would immediately send a comm link to Prometheus. There was no way of doing it via his computer in any other way, this was to prevent any kind of tracing from one another’s computer by anyone other than themselves. He pressed the button and settled down to wait. Prom may well be involved up to his eyeballs, or whatever he had under that mask, in immensely top secret government codes. Whilst he waited he got back to Simi. What you got for me then? Sending it over now. Cheers, ill get back to you. As the files appeared in front of him a strange feeling manifested itself in his throat. It eventually sank down through his digestive tract where it settled in his stomach and refused to go away. This was serious stuff. He had assumed it would be nothing, echoes and whispers but this was serious noise. Tru figured since his plan of attack had been compromised he might as well get food out of the way. He fished out the USB stick with his no-free-lunch hack on it. Maybe a bit of food would settle that feeling in the pit of his stomach. Or at least bury it for a little while. He settled on Chinese and got back to business. Perhaps something that’s been hacked sideways? Several different operatives working the same target, throwing up all kinds of strange subroutines. This was very advanced stuff though and usually faceless operatives were too well organised to end up hitting the same place simultaneously. In fact this was stupidly advanced. There were some hackers out there better than Trustar, he was not too arrogant to admit that, not least of all Prometheus, but surely nothing like this? Tru wouldn’t know where to start making this stuff, he wasn’t even sure he understood it’s purpose. He couldn’t even be sure it was a hack. This could be a nursery rhyme or a shopping list for all he knew, but in a language even he could not begin to fathom. Jadem would want to know about this stuff, if he hadn’t been all over it already. He must have been staring for a while because he was interrupted by the doorbell going. Interrupted but not surprised. He knew a takeaway was coming, but more importantly than that he had been alerted to someone approaching the door by his proximity alarm. Anyone within 20 metres of the doorway to his building tripped a motion sensor which gave him a little pre warning alert. He kicked his seat back from the desk. His train of thought had been heading straight towards a brick wall of non comprehension, luckily it was de railed before he had to admit defeat… Saved by the bell. He went to the door. Hi Steve, how are you dude? Yeah good man, I got your dinner here for ya buddy. Cheers, what would I do without you? Hey no problems pal, all in a day’s work. Man, I feel bad, I always pay by card and I don’t got cash on me so I can’t give you a tip, here mate,, have a beer. He reached to beside the door where a pile of crates of lager sat one on top of the other, out of sight of the door but within reach. Hey thanks man, I appreciate that, you don’t have to, you know that? Yeah I know, but you’re a good guy so I’m happy to. Sure, sure, good man. See you soon! He liked his little interactions with everyday life, he appreciated the kindness he could show others. He hadn’t paid for the food so it was good he could do a kind gesture for the guy who brought it. He was a regular Robin Hood, even the beers he hadn’t paid for! A large supermarket company misdelivered them after a bit of massage in that direction from another one of his hand made little network hacks. That’s what it was all about to Tru. He figured he was doing important work, and it was only right that the green eyed monsters trying to bring down humanity should pay those people willing to fight the good fight to make it bearable. And if he couldn’t share the spoils with his fellow man then why bother. If humans couldn’t care for one another then what was the point of them existing? He went to sit back at his desk. His intellectual gym. He was lost in a world of food induced relaxation and beer induced Robin Hood fantasies when his brain moved up a gear. He was sat at the computer again, chopsticks in one hand, beer in another and several screens full of code in front of him. He had plenty to chew over.
  20. Attention QONQR Agents

    Cjrank Operationmattrankin and Tankin of CT have all defected to Swarm. Is this a plot to subvert Swarm OPs and target the Faceless Horde? Or are they truly 'just bored' with the game as they say? Who cares? Let's QONQR
  21. If AIQ Gear were to come up with a hoodie for the Faceless, we would need suggestions for items that would be exclusive for Swarm and Legion. That's why I'm looking for suggestions for things in either the Zazzle list of products they have available, or cafe press, or something else that would be produced as an exclusive. Brainstorm away!
  22. Too bad the Swarm just up and quit on us-this is going to be mostly purple and red in the next few days. (Probably purple, unfortunately)
  23. Hello all. I'm all new. I'm still a little unsure on this game. It feels like the only thing you do is spam one button over and over with no impact or effect. I love the implications though.
  24. faceless

    I would love if one time I could get into the faceless forum.
  25. Hello everyone! Thank's to the wonderful people at Qonqr I bring you the GLOBAL LEADERBOARD STATS!!!! *see a more updated version here* *thanks* Sorry for pushing everyone's stats pages back due to this buuuut the next stats page requested is Hawaii, Ohio, USA, then Pennsylvania. Want your state or country done? Just message me or post here! Otherwise I'll start finding states and making up stats GLOBAL Top 50! Total Players: 50 (duh) Total Bots Deployed: 1,322,600,020 Total Bots Killed: 564,171,833 Total Zone Leads: 24,427 Total Zone Captures: 102,605 Total Players Legion: 21 - 42% Faceless: 17 - 34% Swarm: 12 - 24% Total Bots Deployed Legion: 538,518,470 - 40.72% Faceless: 489,330,026 - 37% Swarm: 294,751,524 - 22.29% Total Bot Kills Legion: 256,665,113 - 45.49% Faceless: 151,303,359 - 26.82% Swarm: 156,203,361 - 27.69% Total Zone Leads: Legion: 11,154 - 45.66% Faceless: 7,975 - 26.82% Swarm: 5,298 - 21.69% Total Zone Captures Legion: 42,504 - 41.42% Faceless: 33,284 - 32.44% Swarm: 26,817 - 26.14% Top 10 Players! Thought I'd change this up a tad for this special occasion. Name - Faction - Bots Deployed richin109 - Faceless - 53,459,552 Mercy - Legion - 44,694,716 Chickeneye - Faceless - 41,082,990 SillyCrez - Legion - 40,479,413 Lokerim - Swarm - 39,409,302 andrycvr - Faceless - 38,733,147 uksjd - Legion - 37,129,760 mintaka - Faceless - 36,701,272 cedrorum - Faceless - 35,827,441 Gilceleb - Legion - 34,552,202 The Top 10 players percentages! I like that these are pretty low, means the stats are spread fairly evenly spread among the players. 30.40% of the total bots deployed 13.15% of the total bot kills 22.04% of the total zone leads 14.35% of the total zone captures Top 10 Totals Total Deployed: 402,069,795 Total Kills: 74,207,078 Total Leads: 5,384 Total Captures: 14,722 Awards! (this will grow as I think of stuff) I have tweaked these to try and only show locals... Most bots killed 1st: Supertrampoline (37,061,262) Most bots killed 2nd: Maecenus (35,777,459) Most Zone Leads 1st: maxoxam (2040) Most Zone Leads 2nd: mintaka (1863) Most Zone Captures 1st: maecenus (7333) Most Zone Captures 2nd: Supertrampoline (5639) Best Kill / Deployment Ratio 1st: maecenus (142.07%) Best Kill / Deployments Ratio 2nd: Supertrampoline (140.67%) Best Zone Lead / Zone Capture Ratio 1st: kutengwa (98.30%) Best Zone Lead / Zone Capture Ratio 2nd: Saskia (78.49%) Fun Facts! If you combine the Swarm and the Faceless total bot kills the Legion needs another 50,841,607 kills to catch up. PICK IT UP LEGION If you combine the Faceless and Swarm zone leads the Legion needs only 2,119. Not shabby If you combine Swarm and Faceless zone captures the Legion need only 11,130 more to catch up!