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    damebix got a reaction from mako482 in Winterblades Alliance Dominates the First NA Launch Campaign   
    We're finally here, the end of the first round of campaigns at Crowfall Launch.  For six years, we have waited for this day.  We fought in Hungerdome, sieged keeps in Siege Perilous, explored Big World, dominated the Trial of the Gods by winning all 11 of them, and duked it out in GvG dregs.  We've tested the game for years, and after countless hours of testing, feedback, theorycrafting, logistics, and training we came to launch prepared and ready to take the crown.
    Winterblades, as a guild, is a bit different, though.  Our mission coming into this game was to build a community of like-minded players who had a passion for winning but first and foremost we enjoyed playing with.  We built a culture that is unmatched in any other competitive MMO guild.  The members of the Winterblades have built relationships that extend well beyond the game.  Their guild-first attitudes allow us to trust each other, which in turn allows us build an enormous logistics empire where everyone gets the best gear.  Our moto from the beginning has been "Everyone farms, everyone fights."  We did not recruit all of the "l337 PVPers" we could find in the hopes that they would carry us.  We recruited the person, not the player.
    I can't go on without recognizing and thanking The Professionals (PRX) and Absolution (ABSO) for being our allies during this campaign and supporting us more than we could have hoped for.
    As a guild leader, I am overly proud of everything that we have accomplished and everything our guild and alliance has done to ensure our victory.  Everyone does their part, and the sum of the whole is so much greater than any individual part.  Contrary to the propaganda that was constantly being spewed on macro by our enemies, Winterblades was the smallest of the 3 major alliances on NA-East.  We were often significantly outnumbered in fights and lost many of the battles.  How did we win as the smallest major alliance?  Everything I listed above supports the preparation and motivation of doing what it takes to win.  Mass recruiting on other servers was not in that plan.

    (Note: The data above is the count of accounts logged into game, and does not accurately represent active members, but does give a general trend of total players)
    The first dregs was sweaty, exhausting for most, but worth every minute spent.
    What are we doing next? The Winterblades Alliance will not be aggressively aiming for first place for the campaign that starts today.  Our goals lie elsewhere, but we do look forward to a world-wide campaign where we can get into some fun PVP with new guilds.
    What are our enemies doing next?  The Death Alliance (comprised of Death, LoD, UDL, DAD, and MWH, already the largest alliance in the game that can zone cap a zone by themselves) has made a siege pact with another mega-alliance of Executioners, Conflict, Ghost of the Revolution, Lords of the Dead, and Valeria.  The 10 guild superpower has pledge themselves to each other to prevent any one of their keeps to be sieged by simply flooding the zones.

    https://www.twitch.tv/crowfallgame/clip/LightSoftGarbageDogFace
    See you at server up 😃
     
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    damebix got a reaction from Lightsig in Winterblades Alliance Dominates the First NA Launch Campaign   
    We're finally here, the end of the first round of campaigns at Crowfall Launch.  For six years, we have waited for this day.  We fought in Hungerdome, sieged keeps in Siege Perilous, explored Big World, dominated the Trial of the Gods by winning all 11 of them, and duked it out in GvG dregs.  We've tested the game for years, and after countless hours of testing, feedback, theorycrafting, logistics, and training we came to launch prepared and ready to take the crown.
    Winterblades, as a guild, is a bit different, though.  Our mission coming into this game was to build a community of like-minded players who had a passion for winning but first and foremost we enjoyed playing with.  We built a culture that is unmatched in any other competitive MMO guild.  The members of the Winterblades have built relationships that extend well beyond the game.  Their guild-first attitudes allow us to trust each other, which in turn allows us build an enormous logistics empire where everyone gets the best gear.  Our moto from the beginning has been "Everyone farms, everyone fights."  We did not recruit all of the "l337 PVPers" we could find in the hopes that they would carry us.  We recruited the person, not the player.
    I can't go on without recognizing and thanking The Professionals (PRX) and Absolution (ABSO) for being our allies during this campaign and supporting us more than we could have hoped for.
    As a guild leader, I am overly proud of everything that we have accomplished and everything our guild and alliance has done to ensure our victory.  Everyone does their part, and the sum of the whole is so much greater than any individual part.  Contrary to the propaganda that was constantly being spewed on macro by our enemies, Winterblades was the smallest of the 3 major alliances on NA-East.  We were often significantly outnumbered in fights and lost many of the battles.  How did we win as the smallest major alliance?  Everything I listed above supports the preparation and motivation of doing what it takes to win.  Mass recruiting on other servers was not in that plan.

    (Note: The data above is the count of accounts logged into game, and does not accurately represent active members, but does give a general trend of total players)
    The first dregs was sweaty, exhausting for most, but worth every minute spent.
    What are we doing next? The Winterblades Alliance will not be aggressively aiming for first place for the campaign that starts today.  Our goals lie elsewhere, but we do look forward to a world-wide campaign where we can get into some fun PVP with new guilds.
    What are our enemies doing next?  The Death Alliance (comprised of Death, LoD, UDL, DAD, and MWH, already the largest alliance in the game that can zone cap a zone by themselves) has made a siege pact with another mega-alliance of Executioners, Conflict, Ghost of the Revolution, Lords of the Dead, and Valeria.  The 10 guild superpower has pledge themselves to each other to prevent any one of their keeps to be sieged by simply flooding the zones.

    https://www.twitch.tv/crowfallgame/clip/LightSoftGarbageDogFace
    See you at server up 😃
     
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    damebix got a reaction from Deadulus in Winterblades Alliance Dominates the First NA Launch Campaign   
    We're finally here, the end of the first round of campaigns at Crowfall Launch.  For six years, we have waited for this day.  We fought in Hungerdome, sieged keeps in Siege Perilous, explored Big World, dominated the Trial of the Gods by winning all 11 of them, and duked it out in GvG dregs.  We've tested the game for years, and after countless hours of testing, feedback, theorycrafting, logistics, and training we came to launch prepared and ready to take the crown.
    Winterblades, as a guild, is a bit different, though.  Our mission coming into this game was to build a community of like-minded players who had a passion for winning but first and foremost we enjoyed playing with.  We built a culture that is unmatched in any other competitive MMO guild.  The members of the Winterblades have built relationships that extend well beyond the game.  Their guild-first attitudes allow us to trust each other, which in turn allows us build an enormous logistics empire where everyone gets the best gear.  Our moto from the beginning has been "Everyone farms, everyone fights."  We did not recruit all of the "l337 PVPers" we could find in the hopes that they would carry us.  We recruited the person, not the player.
    I can't go on without recognizing and thanking The Professionals (PRX) and Absolution (ABSO) for being our allies during this campaign and supporting us more than we could have hoped for.
    As a guild leader, I am overly proud of everything that we have accomplished and everything our guild and alliance has done to ensure our victory.  Everyone does their part, and the sum of the whole is so much greater than any individual part.  Contrary to the propaganda that was constantly being spewed on macro by our enemies, Winterblades was the smallest of the 3 major alliances on NA-East.  We were often significantly outnumbered in fights and lost many of the battles.  How did we win as the smallest major alliance?  Everything I listed above supports the preparation and motivation of doing what it takes to win.  Mass recruiting on other servers was not in that plan.

    (Note: The data above is the count of accounts logged into game, and does not accurately represent active members, but does give a general trend of total players)
    The first dregs was sweaty, exhausting for most, but worth every minute spent.
    What are we doing next? The Winterblades Alliance will not be aggressively aiming for first place for the campaign that starts today.  Our goals lie elsewhere, but we do look forward to a world-wide campaign where we can get into some fun PVP with new guilds.
    What are our enemies doing next?  The Death Alliance (comprised of Death, LoD, UDL, DAD, and MWH, already the largest alliance in the game that can zone cap a zone by themselves) has made a siege pact with another mega-alliance of Executioners, Conflict, Ghost of the Revolution, Lords of the Dead, and Valeria.  The 10 guild superpower has pledge themselves to each other to prevent any one of their keeps to be sieged by simply flooding the zones.

    https://www.twitch.tv/crowfallgame/clip/LightSoftGarbageDogFace
    See you at server up 😃
     
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    damebix got a reaction from Sleeping in Winterblades Alliance Dominates the First NA Launch Campaign   
    We're finally here, the end of the first round of campaigns at Crowfall Launch.  For six years, we have waited for this day.  We fought in Hungerdome, sieged keeps in Siege Perilous, explored Big World, dominated the Trial of the Gods by winning all 11 of them, and duked it out in GvG dregs.  We've tested the game for years, and after countless hours of testing, feedback, theorycrafting, logistics, and training we came to launch prepared and ready to take the crown.
    Winterblades, as a guild, is a bit different, though.  Our mission coming into this game was to build a community of like-minded players who had a passion for winning but first and foremost we enjoyed playing with.  We built a culture that is unmatched in any other competitive MMO guild.  The members of the Winterblades have built relationships that extend well beyond the game.  Their guild-first attitudes allow us to trust each other, which in turn allows us build an enormous logistics empire where everyone gets the best gear.  Our moto from the beginning has been "Everyone farms, everyone fights."  We did not recruit all of the "l337 PVPers" we could find in the hopes that they would carry us.  We recruited the person, not the player.
    I can't go on without recognizing and thanking The Professionals (PRX) and Absolution (ABSO) for being our allies during this campaign and supporting us more than we could have hoped for.
    As a guild leader, I am overly proud of everything that we have accomplished and everything our guild and alliance has done to ensure our victory.  Everyone does their part, and the sum of the whole is so much greater than any individual part.  Contrary to the propaganda that was constantly being spewed on macro by our enemies, Winterblades was the smallest of the 3 major alliances on NA-East.  We were often significantly outnumbered in fights and lost many of the battles.  How did we win as the smallest major alliance?  Everything I listed above supports the preparation and motivation of doing what it takes to win.  Mass recruiting on other servers was not in that plan.

    (Note: The data above is the count of accounts logged into game, and does not accurately represent active members, but does give a general trend of total players)
    The first dregs was sweaty, exhausting for most, but worth every minute spent.
    What are we doing next? The Winterblades Alliance will not be aggressively aiming for first place for the campaign that starts today.  Our goals lie elsewhere, but we do look forward to a world-wide campaign where we can get into some fun PVP with new guilds.
    What are our enemies doing next?  The Death Alliance (comprised of Death, LoD, UDL, DAD, and MWH, already the largest alliance in the game that can zone cap a zone by themselves) has made a siege pact with another mega-alliance of Executioners, Conflict, Ghost of the Revolution, Lords of the Dead, and Valeria.  The 10 guild superpower has pledge themselves to each other to prevent any one of their keeps to be sieged by simply flooding the zones.

    https://www.twitch.tv/crowfallgame/clip/LightSoftGarbageDogFace
    See you at server up 😃
     
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    damebix got a reaction from Gorwald in Winterblades Alliance Dominates the First NA Launch Campaign   
    We're finally here, the end of the first round of campaigns at Crowfall Launch.  For six years, we have waited for this day.  We fought in Hungerdome, sieged keeps in Siege Perilous, explored Big World, dominated the Trial of the Gods by winning all 11 of them, and duked it out in GvG dregs.  We've tested the game for years, and after countless hours of testing, feedback, theorycrafting, logistics, and training we came to launch prepared and ready to take the crown.
    Winterblades, as a guild, is a bit different, though.  Our mission coming into this game was to build a community of like-minded players who had a passion for winning but first and foremost we enjoyed playing with.  We built a culture that is unmatched in any other competitive MMO guild.  The members of the Winterblades have built relationships that extend well beyond the game.  Their guild-first attitudes allow us to trust each other, which in turn allows us build an enormous logistics empire where everyone gets the best gear.  Our moto from the beginning has been "Everyone farms, everyone fights."  We did not recruit all of the "l337 PVPers" we could find in the hopes that they would carry us.  We recruited the person, not the player.
    I can't go on without recognizing and thanking The Professionals (PRX) and Absolution (ABSO) for being our allies during this campaign and supporting us more than we could have hoped for.
    As a guild leader, I am overly proud of everything that we have accomplished and everything our guild and alliance has done to ensure our victory.  Everyone does their part, and the sum of the whole is so much greater than any individual part.  Contrary to the propaganda that was constantly being spewed on macro by our enemies, Winterblades was the smallest of the 3 major alliances on NA-East.  We were often significantly outnumbered in fights and lost many of the battles.  How did we win as the smallest major alliance?  Everything I listed above supports the preparation and motivation of doing what it takes to win.  Mass recruiting on other servers was not in that plan.

    (Note: The data above is the count of accounts logged into game, and does not accurately represent active members, but does give a general trend of total players)
    The first dregs was sweaty, exhausting for most, but worth every minute spent.
    What are we doing next? The Winterblades Alliance will not be aggressively aiming for first place for the campaign that starts today.  Our goals lie elsewhere, but we do look forward to a world-wide campaign where we can get into some fun PVP with new guilds.
    What are our enemies doing next?  The Death Alliance (comprised of Death, LoD, UDL, DAD, and MWH, already the largest alliance in the game that can zone cap a zone by themselves) has made a siege pact with another mega-alliance of Executioners, Conflict, Ghost of the Revolution, Lords of the Dead, and Valeria.  The 10 guild superpower has pledge themselves to each other to prevent any one of their keeps to be sieged by simply flooding the zones.

    https://www.twitch.tv/crowfallgame/clip/LightSoftGarbageDogFace
    See you at server up 😃
     
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    damebix got a reaction from Tofyzer in Winterblades Alliance Dominates the First NA Launch Campaign   
    We're finally here, the end of the first round of campaigns at Crowfall Launch.  For six years, we have waited for this day.  We fought in Hungerdome, sieged keeps in Siege Perilous, explored Big World, dominated the Trial of the Gods by winning all 11 of them, and duked it out in GvG dregs.  We've tested the game for years, and after countless hours of testing, feedback, theorycrafting, logistics, and training we came to launch prepared and ready to take the crown.
    Winterblades, as a guild, is a bit different, though.  Our mission coming into this game was to build a community of like-minded players who had a passion for winning but first and foremost we enjoyed playing with.  We built a culture that is unmatched in any other competitive MMO guild.  The members of the Winterblades have built relationships that extend well beyond the game.  Their guild-first attitudes allow us to trust each other, which in turn allows us build an enormous logistics empire where everyone gets the best gear.  Our moto from the beginning has been "Everyone farms, everyone fights."  We did not recruit all of the "l337 PVPers" we could find in the hopes that they would carry us.  We recruited the person, not the player.
    I can't go on without recognizing and thanking The Professionals (PRX) and Absolution (ABSO) for being our allies during this campaign and supporting us more than we could have hoped for.
    As a guild leader, I am overly proud of everything that we have accomplished and everything our guild and alliance has done to ensure our victory.  Everyone does their part, and the sum of the whole is so much greater than any individual part.  Contrary to the propaganda that was constantly being spewed on macro by our enemies, Winterblades was the smallest of the 3 major alliances on NA-East.  We were often significantly outnumbered in fights and lost many of the battles.  How did we win as the smallest major alliance?  Everything I listed above supports the preparation and motivation of doing what it takes to win.  Mass recruiting on other servers was not in that plan.

    (Note: The data above is the count of accounts logged into game, and does not accurately represent active members, but does give a general trend of total players)
    The first dregs was sweaty, exhausting for most, but worth every minute spent.
    What are we doing next? The Winterblades Alliance will not be aggressively aiming for first place for the campaign that starts today.  Our goals lie elsewhere, but we do look forward to a world-wide campaign where we can get into some fun PVP with new guilds.
    What are our enemies doing next?  The Death Alliance (comprised of Death, LoD, UDL, DAD, and MWH, already the largest alliance in the game that can zone cap a zone by themselves) has made a siege pact with another mega-alliance of Executioners, Conflict, Ghost of the Revolution, Lords of the Dead, and Valeria.  The 10 guild superpower has pledge themselves to each other to prevent any one of their keeps to be sieged by simply flooding the zones.

    https://www.twitch.tv/crowfallgame/clip/LightSoftGarbageDogFace
    See you at server up 😃
     
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    damebix got a reaction from mandalore in Winterblades Alliance Dominates the First NA Launch Campaign   
    We're finally here, the end of the first round of campaigns at Crowfall Launch.  For six years, we have waited for this day.  We fought in Hungerdome, sieged keeps in Siege Perilous, explored Big World, dominated the Trial of the Gods by winning all 11 of them, and duked it out in GvG dregs.  We've tested the game for years, and after countless hours of testing, feedback, theorycrafting, logistics, and training we came to launch prepared and ready to take the crown.
    Winterblades, as a guild, is a bit different, though.  Our mission coming into this game was to build a community of like-minded players who had a passion for winning but first and foremost we enjoyed playing with.  We built a culture that is unmatched in any other competitive MMO guild.  The members of the Winterblades have built relationships that extend well beyond the game.  Their guild-first attitudes allow us to trust each other, which in turn allows us build an enormous logistics empire where everyone gets the best gear.  Our moto from the beginning has been "Everyone farms, everyone fights."  We did not recruit all of the "l337 PVPers" we could find in the hopes that they would carry us.  We recruited the person, not the player.
    I can't go on without recognizing and thanking The Professionals (PRX) and Absolution (ABSO) for being our allies during this campaign and supporting us more than we could have hoped for.
    As a guild leader, I am overly proud of everything that we have accomplished and everything our guild and alliance has done to ensure our victory.  Everyone does their part, and the sum of the whole is so much greater than any individual part.  Contrary to the propaganda that was constantly being spewed on macro by our enemies, Winterblades was the smallest of the 3 major alliances on NA-East.  We were often significantly outnumbered in fights and lost many of the battles.  How did we win as the smallest major alliance?  Everything I listed above supports the preparation and motivation of doing what it takes to win.  Mass recruiting on other servers was not in that plan.

    (Note: The data above is the count of accounts logged into game, and does not accurately represent active members, but does give a general trend of total players)
    The first dregs was sweaty, exhausting for most, but worth every minute spent.
    What are we doing next? The Winterblades Alliance will not be aggressively aiming for first place for the campaign that starts today.  Our goals lie elsewhere, but we do look forward to a world-wide campaign where we can get into some fun PVP with new guilds.
    What are our enemies doing next?  The Death Alliance (comprised of Death, LoD, UDL, DAD, and MWH, already the largest alliance in the game that can zone cap a zone by themselves) has made a siege pact with another mega-alliance of Executioners, Conflict, Ghost of the Revolution, Lords of the Dead, and Valeria.  The 10 guild superpower has pledge themselves to each other to prevent any one of their keeps to be sieged by simply flooding the zones.

    https://www.twitch.tv/crowfallgame/clip/LightSoftGarbageDogFace
    See you at server up 😃
     
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    damebix got a reaction from Yumx in Winterblades Alliance Dominates the First NA Launch Campaign   
    We're finally here, the end of the first round of campaigns at Crowfall Launch.  For six years, we have waited for this day.  We fought in Hungerdome, sieged keeps in Siege Perilous, explored Big World, dominated the Trial of the Gods by winning all 11 of them, and duked it out in GvG dregs.  We've tested the game for years, and after countless hours of testing, feedback, theorycrafting, logistics, and training we came to launch prepared and ready to take the crown.
    Winterblades, as a guild, is a bit different, though.  Our mission coming into this game was to build a community of like-minded players who had a passion for winning but first and foremost we enjoyed playing with.  We built a culture that is unmatched in any other competitive MMO guild.  The members of the Winterblades have built relationships that extend well beyond the game.  Their guild-first attitudes allow us to trust each other, which in turn allows us build an enormous logistics empire where everyone gets the best gear.  Our moto from the beginning has been "Everyone farms, everyone fights."  We did not recruit all of the "l337 PVPers" we could find in the hopes that they would carry us.  We recruited the person, not the player.
    I can't go on without recognizing and thanking The Professionals (PRX) and Absolution (ABSO) for being our allies during this campaign and supporting us more than we could have hoped for.
    As a guild leader, I am overly proud of everything that we have accomplished and everything our guild and alliance has done to ensure our victory.  Everyone does their part, and the sum of the whole is so much greater than any individual part.  Contrary to the propaganda that was constantly being spewed on macro by our enemies, Winterblades was the smallest of the 3 major alliances on NA-East.  We were often significantly outnumbered in fights and lost many of the battles.  How did we win as the smallest major alliance?  Everything I listed above supports the preparation and motivation of doing what it takes to win.  Mass recruiting on other servers was not in that plan.

    (Note: The data above is the count of accounts logged into game, and does not accurately represent active members, but does give a general trend of total players)
    The first dregs was sweaty, exhausting for most, but worth every minute spent.
    What are we doing next? The Winterblades Alliance will not be aggressively aiming for first place for the campaign that starts today.  Our goals lie elsewhere, but we do look forward to a world-wide campaign where we can get into some fun PVP with new guilds.
    What are our enemies doing next?  The Death Alliance (comprised of Death, LoD, UDL, DAD, and MWH, already the largest alliance in the game that can zone cap a zone by themselves) has made a siege pact with another mega-alliance of Executioners, Conflict, Ghost of the Revolution, Lords of the Dead, and Valeria.  The 10 guild superpower has pledge themselves to each other to prevent any one of their keeps to be sieged by simply flooding the zones.

    https://www.twitch.tv/crowfallgame/clip/LightSoftGarbageDogFace
    See you at server up 😃
     
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    damebix got a reaction from Yoink in Winterblades Alliance Dominates the First NA Launch Campaign   
    We're finally here, the end of the first round of campaigns at Crowfall Launch.  For six years, we have waited for this day.  We fought in Hungerdome, sieged keeps in Siege Perilous, explored Big World, dominated the Trial of the Gods by winning all 11 of them, and duked it out in GvG dregs.  We've tested the game for years, and after countless hours of testing, feedback, theorycrafting, logistics, and training we came to launch prepared and ready to take the crown.
    Winterblades, as a guild, is a bit different, though.  Our mission coming into this game was to build a community of like-minded players who had a passion for winning but first and foremost we enjoyed playing with.  We built a culture that is unmatched in any other competitive MMO guild.  The members of the Winterblades have built relationships that extend well beyond the game.  Their guild-first attitudes allow us to trust each other, which in turn allows us build an enormous logistics empire where everyone gets the best gear.  Our moto from the beginning has been "Everyone farms, everyone fights."  We did not recruit all of the "l337 PVPers" we could find in the hopes that they would carry us.  We recruited the person, not the player.
    I can't go on without recognizing and thanking The Professionals (PRX) and Absolution (ABSO) for being our allies during this campaign and supporting us more than we could have hoped for.
    As a guild leader, I am overly proud of everything that we have accomplished and everything our guild and alliance has done to ensure our victory.  Everyone does their part, and the sum of the whole is so much greater than any individual part.  Contrary to the propaganda that was constantly being spewed on macro by our enemies, Winterblades was the smallest of the 3 major alliances on NA-East.  We were often significantly outnumbered in fights and lost many of the battles.  How did we win as the smallest major alliance?  Everything I listed above supports the preparation and motivation of doing what it takes to win.  Mass recruiting on other servers was not in that plan.

    (Note: The data above is the count of accounts logged into game, and does not accurately represent active members, but does give a general trend of total players)
    The first dregs was sweaty, exhausting for most, but worth every minute spent.
    What are we doing next? The Winterblades Alliance will not be aggressively aiming for first place for the campaign that starts today.  Our goals lie elsewhere, but we do look forward to a world-wide campaign where we can get into some fun PVP with new guilds.
    What are our enemies doing next?  The Death Alliance (comprised of Death, LoD, UDL, DAD, and MWH, already the largest alliance in the game that can zone cap a zone by themselves) has made a siege pact with another mega-alliance of Executioners, Conflict, Ghost of the Revolution, Lords of the Dead, and Valeria.  The 10 guild superpower has pledge themselves to each other to prevent any one of their keeps to be sieged by simply flooding the zones.

    https://www.twitch.tv/crowfallgame/clip/LightSoftGarbageDogFace
    See you at server up 😃
     
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    damebix got a reaction from BlackfeatherCo in Winterblades Alliance Dominates the First NA Launch Campaign   
    We're finally here, the end of the first round of campaigns at Crowfall Launch.  For six years, we have waited for this day.  We fought in Hungerdome, sieged keeps in Siege Perilous, explored Big World, dominated the Trial of the Gods by winning all 11 of them, and duked it out in GvG dregs.  We've tested the game for years, and after countless hours of testing, feedback, theorycrafting, logistics, and training we came to launch prepared and ready to take the crown.
    Winterblades, as a guild, is a bit different, though.  Our mission coming into this game was to build a community of like-minded players who had a passion for winning but first and foremost we enjoyed playing with.  We built a culture that is unmatched in any other competitive MMO guild.  The members of the Winterblades have built relationships that extend well beyond the game.  Their guild-first attitudes allow us to trust each other, which in turn allows us build an enormous logistics empire where everyone gets the best gear.  Our moto from the beginning has been "Everyone farms, everyone fights."  We did not recruit all of the "l337 PVPers" we could find in the hopes that they would carry us.  We recruited the person, not the player.
    I can't go on without recognizing and thanking The Professionals (PRX) and Absolution (ABSO) for being our allies during this campaign and supporting us more than we could have hoped for.
    As a guild leader, I am overly proud of everything that we have accomplished and everything our guild and alliance has done to ensure our victory.  Everyone does their part, and the sum of the whole is so much greater than any individual part.  Contrary to the propaganda that was constantly being spewed on macro by our enemies, Winterblades was the smallest of the 3 major alliances on NA-East.  We were often significantly outnumbered in fights and lost many of the battles.  How did we win as the smallest major alliance?  Everything I listed above supports the preparation and motivation of doing what it takes to win.  Mass recruiting on other servers was not in that plan.

    (Note: The data above is the count of accounts logged into game, and does not accurately represent active members, but does give a general trend of total players)
    The first dregs was sweaty, exhausting for most, but worth every minute spent.
    What are we doing next? The Winterblades Alliance will not be aggressively aiming for first place for the campaign that starts today.  Our goals lie elsewhere, but we do look forward to a world-wide campaign where we can get into some fun PVP with new guilds.
    What are our enemies doing next?  The Death Alliance (comprised of Death, LoD, UDL, DAD, and MWH, already the largest alliance in the game that can zone cap a zone by themselves) has made a siege pact with another mega-alliance of Executioners, Conflict, Ghost of the Revolution, Lords of the Dead, and Valeria.  The 10 guild superpower has pledge themselves to each other to prevent any one of their keeps to be sieged by simply flooding the zones.

    https://www.twitch.tv/crowfallgame/clip/LightSoftGarbageDogFace
    See you at server up 😃
     
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    damebix got a reaction from RikForFun in Winterblades Alliance Dominates the First NA Launch Campaign   
    We're finally here, the end of the first round of campaigns at Crowfall Launch.  For six years, we have waited for this day.  We fought in Hungerdome, sieged keeps in Siege Perilous, explored Big World, dominated the Trial of the Gods by winning all 11 of them, and duked it out in GvG dregs.  We've tested the game for years, and after countless hours of testing, feedback, theorycrafting, logistics, and training we came to launch prepared and ready to take the crown.
    Winterblades, as a guild, is a bit different, though.  Our mission coming into this game was to build a community of like-minded players who had a passion for winning but first and foremost we enjoyed playing with.  We built a culture that is unmatched in any other competitive MMO guild.  The members of the Winterblades have built relationships that extend well beyond the game.  Their guild-first attitudes allow us to trust each other, which in turn allows us build an enormous logistics empire where everyone gets the best gear.  Our moto from the beginning has been "Everyone farms, everyone fights."  We did not recruit all of the "l337 PVPers" we could find in the hopes that they would carry us.  We recruited the person, not the player.
    I can't go on without recognizing and thanking The Professionals (PRX) and Absolution (ABSO) for being our allies during this campaign and supporting us more than we could have hoped for.
    As a guild leader, I am overly proud of everything that we have accomplished and everything our guild and alliance has done to ensure our victory.  Everyone does their part, and the sum of the whole is so much greater than any individual part.  Contrary to the propaganda that was constantly being spewed on macro by our enemies, Winterblades was the smallest of the 3 major alliances on NA-East.  We were often significantly outnumbered in fights and lost many of the battles.  How did we win as the smallest major alliance?  Everything I listed above supports the preparation and motivation of doing what it takes to win.  Mass recruiting on other servers was not in that plan.

    (Note: The data above is the count of accounts logged into game, and does not accurately represent active members, but does give a general trend of total players)
    The first dregs was sweaty, exhausting for most, but worth every minute spent.
    What are we doing next? The Winterblades Alliance will not be aggressively aiming for first place for the campaign that starts today.  Our goals lie elsewhere, but we do look forward to a world-wide campaign where we can get into some fun PVP with new guilds.
    What are our enemies doing next?  The Death Alliance (comprised of Death, LoD, UDL, DAD, and MWH, already the largest alliance in the game that can zone cap a zone by themselves) has made a siege pact with another mega-alliance of Executioners, Conflict, Ghost of the Revolution, Lords of the Dead, and Valeria.  The 10 guild superpower has pledge themselves to each other to prevent any one of their keeps to be sieged by simply flooding the zones.

    https://www.twitch.tv/crowfallgame/clip/LightSoftGarbageDogFace
    See you at server up 😃
     
  13. Not a bug, post to feedback thread
    damebix got a reaction from Xarrayne in Winterblades Alliance Dominates the First NA Launch Campaign   
    We're finally here, the end of the first round of campaigns at Crowfall Launch.  For six years, we have waited for this day.  We fought in Hungerdome, sieged keeps in Siege Perilous, explored Big World, dominated the Trial of the Gods by winning all 11 of them, and duked it out in GvG dregs.  We've tested the game for years, and after countless hours of testing, feedback, theorycrafting, logistics, and training we came to launch prepared and ready to take the crown.
    Winterblades, as a guild, is a bit different, though.  Our mission coming into this game was to build a community of like-minded players who had a passion for winning but first and foremost we enjoyed playing with.  We built a culture that is unmatched in any other competitive MMO guild.  The members of the Winterblades have built relationships that extend well beyond the game.  Their guild-first attitudes allow us to trust each other, which in turn allows us build an enormous logistics empire where everyone gets the best gear.  Our moto from the beginning has been "Everyone farms, everyone fights."  We did not recruit all of the "l337 PVPers" we could find in the hopes that they would carry us.  We recruited the person, not the player.
    I can't go on without recognizing and thanking The Professionals (PRX) and Absolution (ABSO) for being our allies during this campaign and supporting us more than we could have hoped for.
    As a guild leader, I am overly proud of everything that we have accomplished and everything our guild and alliance has done to ensure our victory.  Everyone does their part, and the sum of the whole is so much greater than any individual part.  Contrary to the propaganda that was constantly being spewed on macro by our enemies, Winterblades was the smallest of the 3 major alliances on NA-East.  We were often significantly outnumbered in fights and lost many of the battles.  How did we win as the smallest major alliance?  Everything I listed above supports the preparation and motivation of doing what it takes to win.  Mass recruiting on other servers was not in that plan.

    (Note: The data above is the count of accounts logged into game, and does not accurately represent active members, but does give a general trend of total players)
    The first dregs was sweaty, exhausting for most, but worth every minute spent.
    What are we doing next? The Winterblades Alliance will not be aggressively aiming for first place for the campaign that starts today.  Our goals lie elsewhere, but we do look forward to a world-wide campaign where we can get into some fun PVP with new guilds.
    What are our enemies doing next?  The Death Alliance (comprised of Death, LoD, UDL, DAD, and MWH, already the largest alliance in the game that can zone cap a zone by themselves) has made a siege pact with another mega-alliance of Executioners, Conflict, Ghost of the Revolution, Lords of the Dead, and Valeria.  The 10 guild superpower has pledge themselves to each other to prevent any one of their keeps to be sieged by simply flooding the zones.

    https://www.twitch.tv/crowfallgame/clip/LightSoftGarbageDogFace
    See you at server up 😃
     
  14. New Bug Reported
    damebix got a reaction from galvia in Winterblades Alliance Dominates the First NA Launch Campaign   
    We're finally here, the end of the first round of campaigns at Crowfall Launch.  For six years, we have waited for this day.  We fought in Hungerdome, sieged keeps in Siege Perilous, explored Big World, dominated the Trial of the Gods by winning all 11 of them, and duked it out in GvG dregs.  We've tested the game for years, and after countless hours of testing, feedback, theorycrafting, logistics, and training we came to launch prepared and ready to take the crown.
    Winterblades, as a guild, is a bit different, though.  Our mission coming into this game was to build a community of like-minded players who had a passion for winning but first and foremost we enjoyed playing with.  We built a culture that is unmatched in any other competitive MMO guild.  The members of the Winterblades have built relationships that extend well beyond the game.  Their guild-first attitudes allow us to trust each other, which in turn allows us build an enormous logistics empire where everyone gets the best gear.  Our moto from the beginning has been "Everyone farms, everyone fights."  We did not recruit all of the "l337 PVPers" we could find in the hopes that they would carry us.  We recruited the person, not the player.
    I can't go on without recognizing and thanking The Professionals (PRX) and Absolution (ABSO) for being our allies during this campaign and supporting us more than we could have hoped for.
    As a guild leader, I am overly proud of everything that we have accomplished and everything our guild and alliance has done to ensure our victory.  Everyone does their part, and the sum of the whole is so much greater than any individual part.  Contrary to the propaganda that was constantly being spewed on macro by our enemies, Winterblades was the smallest of the 3 major alliances on NA-East.  We were often significantly outnumbered in fights and lost many of the battles.  How did we win as the smallest major alliance?  Everything I listed above supports the preparation and motivation of doing what it takes to win.  Mass recruiting on other servers was not in that plan.

    (Note: The data above is the count of accounts logged into game, and does not accurately represent active members, but does give a general trend of total players)
    The first dregs was sweaty, exhausting for most, but worth every minute spent.
    What are we doing next? The Winterblades Alliance will not be aggressively aiming for first place for the campaign that starts today.  Our goals lie elsewhere, but we do look forward to a world-wide campaign where we can get into some fun PVP with new guilds.
    What are our enemies doing next?  The Death Alliance (comprised of Death, LoD, UDL, DAD, and MWH, already the largest alliance in the game that can zone cap a zone by themselves) has made a siege pact with another mega-alliance of Executioners, Conflict, Ghost of the Revolution, Lords of the Dead, and Valeria.  The 10 guild superpower has pledge themselves to each other to prevent any one of their keeps to be sieged by simply flooding the zones.

    https://www.twitch.tv/crowfallgame/clip/LightSoftGarbageDogFace
    See you at server up 😃
     
  15. Haha
    damebix got a reaction from Retchet in Winterblades Alliance Dominates the First NA Launch Campaign   
    We're finally here, the end of the first round of campaigns at Crowfall Launch.  For six years, we have waited for this day.  We fought in Hungerdome, sieged keeps in Siege Perilous, explored Big World, dominated the Trial of the Gods by winning all 11 of them, and duked it out in GvG dregs.  We've tested the game for years, and after countless hours of testing, feedback, theorycrafting, logistics, and training we came to launch prepared and ready to take the crown.
    Winterblades, as a guild, is a bit different, though.  Our mission coming into this game was to build a community of like-minded players who had a passion for winning but first and foremost we enjoyed playing with.  We built a culture that is unmatched in any other competitive MMO guild.  The members of the Winterblades have built relationships that extend well beyond the game.  Their guild-first attitudes allow us to trust each other, which in turn allows us build an enormous logistics empire where everyone gets the best gear.  Our moto from the beginning has been "Everyone farms, everyone fights."  We did not recruit all of the "l337 PVPers" we could find in the hopes that they would carry us.  We recruited the person, not the player.
    I can't go on without recognizing and thanking The Professionals (PRX) and Absolution (ABSO) for being our allies during this campaign and supporting us more than we could have hoped for.
    As a guild leader, I am overly proud of everything that we have accomplished and everything our guild and alliance has done to ensure our victory.  Everyone does their part, and the sum of the whole is so much greater than any individual part.  Contrary to the propaganda that was constantly being spewed on macro by our enemies, Winterblades was the smallest of the 3 major alliances on NA-East.  We were often significantly outnumbered in fights and lost many of the battles.  How did we win as the smallest major alliance?  Everything I listed above supports the preparation and motivation of doing what it takes to win.  Mass recruiting on other servers was not in that plan.

    (Note: The data above is the count of accounts logged into game, and does not accurately represent active members, but does give a general trend of total players)
    The first dregs was sweaty, exhausting for most, but worth every minute spent.
    What are we doing next? The Winterblades Alliance will not be aggressively aiming for first place for the campaign that starts today.  Our goals lie elsewhere, but we do look forward to a world-wide campaign where we can get into some fun PVP with new guilds.
    What are our enemies doing next?  The Death Alliance (comprised of Death, LoD, UDL, DAD, and MWH, already the largest alliance in the game that can zone cap a zone by themselves) has made a siege pact with another mega-alliance of Executioners, Conflict, Ghost of the Revolution, Lords of the Dead, and Valeria.  The 10 guild superpower has pledge themselves to each other to prevent any one of their keeps to be sieged by simply flooding the zones.

    https://www.twitch.tv/crowfallgame/clip/LightSoftGarbageDogFace
    See you at server up 😃
     
  16. Thanks
    damebix got a reaction from Fizbun in Winterblades Alliance Dominates the First NA Launch Campaign   
    We're finally here, the end of the first round of campaigns at Crowfall Launch.  For six years, we have waited for this day.  We fought in Hungerdome, sieged keeps in Siege Perilous, explored Big World, dominated the Trial of the Gods by winning all 11 of them, and duked it out in GvG dregs.  We've tested the game for years, and after countless hours of testing, feedback, theorycrafting, logistics, and training we came to launch prepared and ready to take the crown.
    Winterblades, as a guild, is a bit different, though.  Our mission coming into this game was to build a community of like-minded players who had a passion for winning but first and foremost we enjoyed playing with.  We built a culture that is unmatched in any other competitive MMO guild.  The members of the Winterblades have built relationships that extend well beyond the game.  Their guild-first attitudes allow us to trust each other, which in turn allows us build an enormous logistics empire where everyone gets the best gear.  Our moto from the beginning has been "Everyone farms, everyone fights."  We did not recruit all of the "l337 PVPers" we could find in the hopes that they would carry us.  We recruited the person, not the player.
    I can't go on without recognizing and thanking The Professionals (PRX) and Absolution (ABSO) for being our allies during this campaign and supporting us more than we could have hoped for.
    As a guild leader, I am overly proud of everything that we have accomplished and everything our guild and alliance has done to ensure our victory.  Everyone does their part, and the sum of the whole is so much greater than any individual part.  Contrary to the propaganda that was constantly being spewed on macro by our enemies, Winterblades was the smallest of the 3 major alliances on NA-East.  We were often significantly outnumbered in fights and lost many of the battles.  How did we win as the smallest major alliance?  Everything I listed above supports the preparation and motivation of doing what it takes to win.  Mass recruiting on other servers was not in that plan.

    (Note: The data above is the count of accounts logged into game, and does not accurately represent active members, but does give a general trend of total players)
    The first dregs was sweaty, exhausting for most, but worth every minute spent.
    What are we doing next? The Winterblades Alliance will not be aggressively aiming for first place for the campaign that starts today.  Our goals lie elsewhere, but we do look forward to a world-wide campaign where we can get into some fun PVP with new guilds.
    What are our enemies doing next?  The Death Alliance (comprised of Death, LoD, UDL, DAD, and MWH, already the largest alliance in the game that can zone cap a zone by themselves) has made a siege pact with another mega-alliance of Executioners, Conflict, Ghost of the Revolution, Lords of the Dead, and Valeria.  The 10 guild superpower has pledge themselves to each other to prevent any one of their keeps to be sieged by simply flooding the zones.

    https://www.twitch.tv/crowfallgame/clip/LightSoftGarbageDogFace
    See you at server up 😃
     
  17. Thanks
    damebix got a reaction from Refrigerated in Winterblades Alliance Dominates the First NA Launch Campaign   
    We're finally here, the end of the first round of campaigns at Crowfall Launch.  For six years, we have waited for this day.  We fought in Hungerdome, sieged keeps in Siege Perilous, explored Big World, dominated the Trial of the Gods by winning all 11 of them, and duked it out in GvG dregs.  We've tested the game for years, and after countless hours of testing, feedback, theorycrafting, logistics, and training we came to launch prepared and ready to take the crown.
    Winterblades, as a guild, is a bit different, though.  Our mission coming into this game was to build a community of like-minded players who had a passion for winning but first and foremost we enjoyed playing with.  We built a culture that is unmatched in any other competitive MMO guild.  The members of the Winterblades have built relationships that extend well beyond the game.  Their guild-first attitudes allow us to trust each other, which in turn allows us build an enormous logistics empire where everyone gets the best gear.  Our moto from the beginning has been "Everyone farms, everyone fights."  We did not recruit all of the "l337 PVPers" we could find in the hopes that they would carry us.  We recruited the person, not the player.
    I can't go on without recognizing and thanking The Professionals (PRX) and Absolution (ABSO) for being our allies during this campaign and supporting us more than we could have hoped for.
    As a guild leader, I am overly proud of everything that we have accomplished and everything our guild and alliance has done to ensure our victory.  Everyone does their part, and the sum of the whole is so much greater than any individual part.  Contrary to the propaganda that was constantly being spewed on macro by our enemies, Winterblades was the smallest of the 3 major alliances on NA-East.  We were often significantly outnumbered in fights and lost many of the battles.  How did we win as the smallest major alliance?  Everything I listed above supports the preparation and motivation of doing what it takes to win.  Mass recruiting on other servers was not in that plan.

    (Note: The data above is the count of accounts logged into game, and does not accurately represent active members, but does give a general trend of total players)
    The first dregs was sweaty, exhausting for most, but worth every minute spent.
    What are we doing next? The Winterblades Alliance will not be aggressively aiming for first place for the campaign that starts today.  Our goals lie elsewhere, but we do look forward to a world-wide campaign where we can get into some fun PVP with new guilds.
    What are our enemies doing next?  The Death Alliance (comprised of Death, LoD, UDL, DAD, and MWH, already the largest alliance in the game that can zone cap a zone by themselves) has made a siege pact with another mega-alliance of Executioners, Conflict, Ghost of the Revolution, Lords of the Dead, and Valeria.  The 10 guild superpower has pledge themselves to each other to prevent any one of their keeps to be sieged by simply flooding the zones.

    https://www.twitch.tv/crowfallgame/clip/LightSoftGarbageDogFace
    See you at server up 😃
     
  18. Like
    damebix got a reaction from SudoInitSix in Winterblades Alliance Dominates the First NA Launch Campaign   
    We're finally here, the end of the first round of campaigns at Crowfall Launch.  For six years, we have waited for this day.  We fought in Hungerdome, sieged keeps in Siege Perilous, explored Big World, dominated the Trial of the Gods by winning all 11 of them, and duked it out in GvG dregs.  We've tested the game for years, and after countless hours of testing, feedback, theorycrafting, logistics, and training we came to launch prepared and ready to take the crown.
    Winterblades, as a guild, is a bit different, though.  Our mission coming into this game was to build a community of like-minded players who had a passion for winning but first and foremost we enjoyed playing with.  We built a culture that is unmatched in any other competitive MMO guild.  The members of the Winterblades have built relationships that extend well beyond the game.  Their guild-first attitudes allow us to trust each other, which in turn allows us build an enormous logistics empire where everyone gets the best gear.  Our moto from the beginning has been "Everyone farms, everyone fights."  We did not recruit all of the "l337 PVPers" we could find in the hopes that they would carry us.  We recruited the person, not the player.
    I can't go on without recognizing and thanking The Professionals (PRX) and Absolution (ABSO) for being our allies during this campaign and supporting us more than we could have hoped for.
    As a guild leader, I am overly proud of everything that we have accomplished and everything our guild and alliance has done to ensure our victory.  Everyone does their part, and the sum of the whole is so much greater than any individual part.  Contrary to the propaganda that was constantly being spewed on macro by our enemies, Winterblades was the smallest of the 3 major alliances on NA-East.  We were often significantly outnumbered in fights and lost many of the battles.  How did we win as the smallest major alliance?  Everything I listed above supports the preparation and motivation of doing what it takes to win.  Mass recruiting on other servers was not in that plan.

    (Note: The data above is the count of accounts logged into game, and does not accurately represent active members, but does give a general trend of total players)
    The first dregs was sweaty, exhausting for most, but worth every minute spent.
    What are we doing next? The Winterblades Alliance will not be aggressively aiming for first place for the campaign that starts today.  Our goals lie elsewhere, but we do look forward to a world-wide campaign where we can get into some fun PVP with new guilds.
    What are our enemies doing next?  The Death Alliance (comprised of Death, LoD, UDL, DAD, and MWH, already the largest alliance in the game that can zone cap a zone by themselves) has made a siege pact with another mega-alliance of Executioners, Conflict, Ghost of the Revolution, Lords of the Dead, and Valeria.  The 10 guild superpower has pledge themselves to each other to prevent any one of their keeps to be sieged by simply flooding the zones.

    https://www.twitch.tv/crowfallgame/clip/LightSoftGarbageDogFace
    See you at server up 😃
     
  19. Thanks
    damebix got a reaction from Mykah in Winterblades Alliance Dominates the First NA Launch Campaign   
    We're finally here, the end of the first round of campaigns at Crowfall Launch.  For six years, we have waited for this day.  We fought in Hungerdome, sieged keeps in Siege Perilous, explored Big World, dominated the Trial of the Gods by winning all 11 of them, and duked it out in GvG dregs.  We've tested the game for years, and after countless hours of testing, feedback, theorycrafting, logistics, and training we came to launch prepared and ready to take the crown.
    Winterblades, as a guild, is a bit different, though.  Our mission coming into this game was to build a community of like-minded players who had a passion for winning but first and foremost we enjoyed playing with.  We built a culture that is unmatched in any other competitive MMO guild.  The members of the Winterblades have built relationships that extend well beyond the game.  Their guild-first attitudes allow us to trust each other, which in turn allows us build an enormous logistics empire where everyone gets the best gear.  Our moto from the beginning has been "Everyone farms, everyone fights."  We did not recruit all of the "l337 PVPers" we could find in the hopes that they would carry us.  We recruited the person, not the player.
    I can't go on without recognizing and thanking The Professionals (PRX) and Absolution (ABSO) for being our allies during this campaign and supporting us more than we could have hoped for.
    As a guild leader, I am overly proud of everything that we have accomplished and everything our guild and alliance has done to ensure our victory.  Everyone does their part, and the sum of the whole is so much greater than any individual part.  Contrary to the propaganda that was constantly being spewed on macro by our enemies, Winterblades was the smallest of the 3 major alliances on NA-East.  We were often significantly outnumbered in fights and lost many of the battles.  How did we win as the smallest major alliance?  Everything I listed above supports the preparation and motivation of doing what it takes to win.  Mass recruiting on other servers was not in that plan.

    (Note: The data above is the count of accounts logged into game, and does not accurately represent active members, but does give a general trend of total players)
    The first dregs was sweaty, exhausting for most, but worth every minute spent.
    What are we doing next? The Winterblades Alliance will not be aggressively aiming for first place for the campaign that starts today.  Our goals lie elsewhere, but we do look forward to a world-wide campaign where we can get into some fun PVP with new guilds.
    What are our enemies doing next?  The Death Alliance (comprised of Death, LoD, UDL, DAD, and MWH, already the largest alliance in the game that can zone cap a zone by themselves) has made a siege pact with another mega-alliance of Executioners, Conflict, Ghost of the Revolution, Lords of the Dead, and Valeria.  The 10 guild superpower has pledge themselves to each other to prevent any one of their keeps to be sieged by simply flooding the zones.

    https://www.twitch.tv/crowfallgame/clip/LightSoftGarbageDogFace
    See you at server up 😃
     
  20. New Bug Reported
    damebix got a reaction from Jah in Winterblades Alliance Dominates the First NA Launch Campaign   
    We're finally here, the end of the first round of campaigns at Crowfall Launch.  For six years, we have waited for this day.  We fought in Hungerdome, sieged keeps in Siege Perilous, explored Big World, dominated the Trial of the Gods by winning all 11 of them, and duked it out in GvG dregs.  We've tested the game for years, and after countless hours of testing, feedback, theorycrafting, logistics, and training we came to launch prepared and ready to take the crown.
    Winterblades, as a guild, is a bit different, though.  Our mission coming into this game was to build a community of like-minded players who had a passion for winning but first and foremost we enjoyed playing with.  We built a culture that is unmatched in any other competitive MMO guild.  The members of the Winterblades have built relationships that extend well beyond the game.  Their guild-first attitudes allow us to trust each other, which in turn allows us build an enormous logistics empire where everyone gets the best gear.  Our moto from the beginning has been "Everyone farms, everyone fights."  We did not recruit all of the "l337 PVPers" we could find in the hopes that they would carry us.  We recruited the person, not the player.
    I can't go on without recognizing and thanking The Professionals (PRX) and Absolution (ABSO) for being our allies during this campaign and supporting us more than we could have hoped for.
    As a guild leader, I am overly proud of everything that we have accomplished and everything our guild and alliance has done to ensure our victory.  Everyone does their part, and the sum of the whole is so much greater than any individual part.  Contrary to the propaganda that was constantly being spewed on macro by our enemies, Winterblades was the smallest of the 3 major alliances on NA-East.  We were often significantly outnumbered in fights and lost many of the battles.  How did we win as the smallest major alliance?  Everything I listed above supports the preparation and motivation of doing what it takes to win.  Mass recruiting on other servers was not in that plan.

    (Note: The data above is the count of accounts logged into game, and does not accurately represent active members, but does give a general trend of total players)
    The first dregs was sweaty, exhausting for most, but worth every minute spent.
    What are we doing next? The Winterblades Alliance will not be aggressively aiming for first place for the campaign that starts today.  Our goals lie elsewhere, but we do look forward to a world-wide campaign where we can get into some fun PVP with new guilds.
    What are our enemies doing next?  The Death Alliance (comprised of Death, LoD, UDL, DAD, and MWH, already the largest alliance in the game that can zone cap a zone by themselves) has made a siege pact with another mega-alliance of Executioners, Conflict, Ghost of the Revolution, Lords of the Dead, and Valeria.  The 10 guild superpower has pledge themselves to each other to prevent any one of their keeps to be sieged by simply flooding the zones.

    https://www.twitch.tv/crowfallgame/clip/LightSoftGarbageDogFace
    See you at server up 😃
     
  21. Like
    damebix got a reaction from MacDeath in Warstory: Securing Campaign Victory (Winterblades Alliance)   
    From the fort window 1hr before keep sieges start leading up to the siege and then throughout the keep siege window, we never held more than 40% of the zone-capped numbers.  We have no control over 3rd parties, but our parsers had death numbers greater than our numbers, in every one of those engagements.  I don't need to provide proof of any of this, because the result will be the same.  Death is going to (as always) claim victory and that we're a zerg, no matter how much proof is given.  That's what they get fed by their weak leadership, so that's what they believe.  Why isn't Death in this thread? Because they know what happened.  The scoreboard speaks for itself.  4 days left.
  22. Like
    damebix got a reaction from SixteenBodies in Warstory: Securing Campaign Victory (Winterblades Alliance)   
    From the fort window 1hr before keep sieges start leading up to the siege and then throughout the keep siege window, we never held more than 40% of the zone-capped numbers.  We have no control over 3rd parties, but our parsers had death numbers greater than our numbers, in every one of those engagements.  I don't need to provide proof of any of this, because the result will be the same.  Death is going to (as always) claim victory and that we're a zerg, no matter how much proof is given.  That's what they get fed by their weak leadership, so that's what they believe.  Why isn't Death in this thread? Because they know what happened.  The scoreboard speaks for itself.  4 days left.
  23. Like
    damebix got a reaction from DioBrando in Warstory: Securing Campaign Victory (Winterblades Alliance)   
    From the fort window 1hr before keep sieges start leading up to the siege and then throughout the keep siege window, we never held more than 40% of the zone-capped numbers.  We have no control over 3rd parties, but our parsers had death numbers greater than our numbers, in every one of those engagements.  I don't need to provide proof of any of this, because the result will be the same.  Death is going to (as always) claim victory and that we're a zerg, no matter how much proof is given.  That's what they get fed by their weak leadership, so that's what they believe.  Why isn't Death in this thread? Because they know what happened.  The scoreboard speaks for itself.  4 days left.
  24. New Bug Reported
    damebix got a reaction from Gradishar in Warstory: Securing Campaign Victory (Winterblades Alliance)   
    From the fort window 1hr before keep sieges start leading up to the siege and then throughout the keep siege window, we never held more than 40% of the zone-capped numbers.  We have no control over 3rd parties, but our parsers had death numbers greater than our numbers, in every one of those engagements.  I don't need to provide proof of any of this, because the result will be the same.  Death is going to (as always) claim victory and that we're a zerg, no matter how much proof is given.  That's what they get fed by their weak leadership, so that's what they believe.  Why isn't Death in this thread? Because they know what happened.  The scoreboard speaks for itself.  4 days left.
  25. Sad
    damebix got a reaction from Nagoty in Warstory: Securing Campaign Victory (Winterblades Alliance)   
    From the fort window 1hr before keep sieges start leading up to the siege and then throughout the keep siege window, we never held more than 40% of the zone-capped numbers.  We have no control over 3rd parties, but our parsers had death numbers greater than our numbers, in every one of those engagements.  I don't need to provide proof of any of this, because the result will be the same.  Death is going to (as always) claim victory and that we're a zerg, no matter how much proof is given.  That's what they get fed by their weak leadership, so that's what they believe.  Why isn't Death in this thread? Because they know what happened.  The scoreboard speaks for itself.  4 days left.
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