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> Mission Editor Clan, Looking to form...
Red Star Elite
post Sep 4 2011, 20:05
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Hey guys

I want to try and form an enjoyable mission editored based unit. By this I mean any sort of user created missions that people want to show off, test out or just enjoy a casual game with other people, then they can. While it is aimed to be a clan, I want it to be available to anyone and no set events. (in other words not like some clans where they arrange times, events etc and be made to stick to them) Anyone, provided that they are a member, can create a mission and have other people to play it with who share the same enthusiasm to do the same. Considering that it will be a clan devoted to user created content, it will be a place where if you are having trouble finding a certain command or script, or simply just need an idea for something they want to create, then we will help eachother, give advice etc for the 'newbies' to ArmA. (not trying to steal the attention away from the website staff by any means aha)

I am also aware that there are players who are part of the armed forces like myself, so of course are more than welcome to join. Like I say anybody is welcome to join if they would like to.

My apologies if this is the wrong thread, but would be great to see a group like this on ArmA thumbsup.gif
 
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post Sep 4 2011, 22:55
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There's plenty, they are mostly known as gaming communities.
Can list a fair few of the top of my head.

Zeus Gaming Community
United Operations
Tactical Gamer

are three, I personally make missions for Zeus and we regularly play others made by other regulars it may be worth visiting an established community as creating your own takes considerable effort a large comitment of your free time (and finances) to server up-keep etc.


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