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  2. Accepted - Pending assignment to the 3rd Division (DI-III) Congratulations on becoming an Initiate in Damage Incorporated. Shortly, you will receive an acknowledgement from the officers of your division, if they haven't done so already. This is the first step in what will hopefully become a long and exceptional experience for you. As you know, DI is a combat based clan with a strong focus on community, so to make your experience as an Initiate easier, below some links on where to start have been compiled for your use: Getting on Teamspeak As it is mandatory for everyone to be on Teamspeak when they are online, here is a guide to getting into our Teamspeak and meeting the rest of DI: https://dmg-inc.com/teamspeak/ Code of Operations It is a good idea to know what everyone does in DI, as well as how DI operates, so spend some time to read our Code of Operations at: http://dmg-inc.com/code-of-ops/ Contact your Officers It is recommended that you PM your new Vice using the forum PM (up the top right of screen) introducing yourself and ensuring he/she knows that you have been assigned to their division. Your officers are: Commander of 3rd Division: @Mobley Vice of 3rd Division: @Nibsz Information about your Cohort You have been assigned to a Cohort along with other Initiates going through the process. At the end of the process, you and your peers from that Cohort will graduate and become full members of Damage Inc. The Cohort system has been designed to help you through the process, answer any questions you might have and most importantly help orientate you through the complexities of Damage Inc. It is a good idea to introduce yourself in your Cohort to your peers and your Initiate Manager. You can find information about this in the Ludus Magnum: Ludus Magnum: https://di.community/forum/131-ludus-magnus/ Good Luck!
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  4. Accepted - Pending assignment to the 3rd Division (DI-III) Congratulations on becoming an Initiate in Damage Incorporated. Shortly, you will receive an acknowledgement from the officers of your division, if they haven't done so already. This is the first step in what will hopefully become a long and exceptional experience for you. As you know, DI is a combat based clan with a strong focus on community, so to make your experience as an Initiate easier, below some links on where to start have been compiled for your use: Getting on Teamspeak As it is mandatory for everyone to be on Teamspeak when they are online, here is a guide to getting into our Teamspeak and meeting the rest of DI: https://dmg-inc.com/teamspeak/ Code of Operations It is a good idea to know what everyone does in DI, as well as how DI operates, so spend some time to read our Code of Operations at: http://dmg-inc.com/code-of-ops/ Contact your Officers It is recommended that you PM your new Vice using the forum PM (up the top right of screen) introducing yourself and ensuring he/she knows that you have been assigned to their division. Your officers are: Commander of 3rd Division: @Mobley Vice of 3rd Division: @Nibsz Information about your Cohort You have been assigned to a Cohort along with other Initiates going through the process. At the end of the process, you and your peers from that Cohort will graduate and become full members of Damage Inc. The Cohort system has been designed to help you through the process, answer any questions you might have and most importantly help orientate you through the complexities of Damage Inc. It is a good idea to introduce yourself in your Cohort to your peers and your Initiate Manager. You can find information about this in the Ludus Magnum: Ludus Magnum: https://di.community/forum/131-ludus-magnus/ Good Luck!
  5. What can I say? I'm a god at the weirdest things in rocket league... (not really)
  6. Accepted - Pending assignment to the 3rd Division (DI-III) Congratulations on becoming an Initiate in Damage Incorporated. Shortly, you will receive an acknowledgement from the officers of your division, if they haven't done so already. This is the first step in what will hopefully become a long and exceptional experience for you. As you know, DI is a combat based clan with a strong focus on community, so to make your experience as an Initiate easier, below some links on where to start have been compiled for your use: Getting on Teamspeak As it is mandatory for everyone to be on Teamspeak when they are online, here is a guide to getting into our Teamspeak and meeting the rest of DI: https://dmg-inc.com/teamspeak/ Code of Operations It is a good idea to know what everyone does in DI, as well as how DI operates, so spend some time to read our Code of Operations at: http://dmg-inc.com/code-of-ops/ Contact your Officers It is recommended that you PM your new Vice using the forum PM (up the top right of screen) introducing yourself and ensuring he/she knows that you have been assigned to their division. Your officers are: Commander of 3rd Division: @Mobley Vice of 3rd Division: @Nibsz Information about your Cohort You have been assigned to a Cohort along with other Initiates going through the process. At the end of the process, you and your peers from that Cohort will graduate and become full members of Damage Inc. The Cohort system has been designed to help you through the process, answer any questions you might have and most importantly help orientate you through the complexities of Damage Inc. It is a good idea to introduce yourself in your Cohort to your peers and your Initiate Manager. You can find information about this in the Ludus Magnum: Ludus Magnum: https://di.community/forum/131-ludus-magnus/ Good Luck!
  7. Helloo

    Idk, your level of familiarity with it, but what first attracted me was it being part of the blizzard franchise. Warcraft II and Startcraft were some of the first videos games I played, and anyone into action rpgs has played diablo. HotS pulls your favorite characters from all of those universes. Overwatch is also getting bigger, and HotS pulls characters and play styles from there as well. I couldn't really tell you about how well it holds up compared to other MOBAs like League of Legends or DotA because I haven't really played those, but one thing I've seen other players say repeatedly is the the community tends to be much better. LoL for one, as I understand, has a very toxic community. That's not say you won't run into that in HotS. The toxic players are usually the loudest, so it's hard to miss them. As I understand, HotS also has more interesting maps with various objectives depending on the map. From what I've heard, LoL can be very repetitive. Also, it free to play, and there's no pay to win. There are microtransactions, but they won't give you any advantage in gameplay. It's all cosmetics.
  8. Normally around 3 and then keep playing until I lose
  9. If you had $1,000,000...

    Many, many things
  10. currently studying editing & post production at my university but I still do a lot of graphic design, I done some work for Gfinity in fact, you can see this all on my portfolio: jackscott301.wixsite.com/jackscott
  11. I try to play as many as I can as long as I'm winning but if I lose more than 2 in a row I stop for a bit and let the queue clear completely.
  12. If you had $1,000,000...

    I wouldn't have to do any fighting. I'd make the love come naturally to where you'd make the right decision <3
  13. At around 2300 rn but I hope I can break plat before it ends.
  14. I mainly watch these players on youtube since they aren't that consistent when streaming on twitch Zenyatta - NYXL JJonak, arguably the best player in the world right now. Ana - Seoul Dynasty Ryujehong, at one point the best player in the world and still one of the best Anas Mercy - Vale, even though mercy isn't crazy difficult Vale is pretty educational Moira - Dallas Fuel Custa plays her a lot Lucio - DSPStanky can teach mechanics, but has some weird button combos. Seoul Dynasty Tobi is one of the best as well
  15. It'll allow shield tanks to see more play most likely, notably Rein since he's basically been living in Orisa's shadow. And with Rein being better that will allow for more slow push comps to be viable.
  16. Application

    1) Are you applying for the Regular or Elite Entry Program?: Regular 2) What game are you applying for?: Rust 3) In-Game Information: (Name/Rank/Level/Experience, World/Server): Karmose,N/A, N/A, 872 hours N/A 4) Do you have a Steam Account? If so, post a link to your profile: http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198011626975/ 5) Idling in our Teamspeak (ts.dmg-inc.com) is required whilst you are online. Will you be able to abide by this?: Yes 6 a.) Are you currently in any clans or teams? No b.) Name any previous clans/guilds/teams you were in: Alpha (modded 2x-3x rusty servers) c.) How long were you there and why did you leave? 4 months and was disbanded to go to solo duo trio servers 7) Who invited you to join Damage Inc; where did you learn about us? -DI- zK 8) Do you acknowledge that you will be an Initiate for 4-7 weeks, that you must be 15 years or older and that you must achieve all requirements for full membership depending on the program you are entering?: yes 9) Why do you wish to join Damage Incorporated? Explain specifically what made you decide to apply: Wanted to join vanilla servers i have been playing modded for a very long time. Joining rustymoose or rustified servers solo isnt going to cut it for me and one of your members im good friends with. 10 a.) Is this your first time applying for DI? yes
  17. Another good anime ruined by a netflix adaptation

    wtf is this crap
  18. Do not only predict moves from the enemy, also from your mates (especially rotation). Furthermore, listen to the boosts if a mate is coming, don't take the ball off him if you don't have a good shot!
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