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Destiny: World's First Competition

Destiny's World's First Competition
 
On June 4th, 2019 at 7PM Eastern, a new raid will open its doors to welcome the hardcore raiding community as part of Destiny's annual pass schedule.
 
The World's First race is a competition to see who can beat the raid first blind; without the use of guides, video help, or any hand-holding, the race is the most challenging activity that Destiny has to offer with only a hand full of teams being able to accomplish this feat on the first day. It's something that Bungie holds near and dear to their hearts and takes it very serious. Winners of the World's First race get a shoutout on their official Twitter, and a real life raid belt that goes along with the title. Have a look at the Twitter post here!
 

 
With that said, the Destiny Division raid squads are looking to once more represent Tactical Gaming at the highest levels of competition as they gear up for another formidable World's First race. They are no strangers to these competitions, as they have competed in several races before, claiming several TOP 1% placements in Spire of Stars, Eater of Worlds Prestige, and Spire of Stars Prestige and earning a spot in the coveted Roll of Honor. 
 
Today, we have an interview with representatives of the Destiny Division for each respective brigade: PC, PS4, and Xbox. Below is the interview we conducted with them to see how they are preparing for the raid: 
 
 
Sarge: How is your team preparing for the World's First race on June 4th?
 
Harkarnan: With only a week into my time at Tactical Gaming. I've been nicknamed spreadsheet boy due to the fact that we have a spreadsheet for our World's First Preparation before I even joined the clan. This includes all of the information on what we can do before the Day like complete bounties and pinnacle weapons, the exotics we need to bring and the plan on the day for the inital grind. We also have three practices away from normal squad practice.
 
TG HotPhoenix 3: Our team has compiled a list of objectives to complete both in the coming weeks ahead of the upcoming raid and the afternoon before it drops. There are certain things we've identified as essential like certain mods you can only get from the reckoning called minor resist, major resist and boss resist. These mods give you a 15% resistance to the suggested enemy type. So we are spending a lot of time grinding for these as added insurance as it should help with going into this event possibly underleveled. We have also identified Outbreak Perfected and its catalyst as an essential item for raiding with Nerfs to weapons like whisper and sleeper upcoming we've made the quest for this new weapon an essential task to complete each week. We've also started going back to the previous prestige raids like Leviathan to get used to the challenge and mechanic heavy encounters as this will likely be full of those if we're heading back to that dreaded ship.
 
JaiyoHD: Our team is doing multiple things to prepare prior to the raid being released on the 4th of June. Bungie has decided to release this raid a little differently compared to the other raids that they have released in the past. Usually the new DLC is released on the Tuesday and the new raid is then released on the Friday after. This time however Bungie has decided to release the raid 6 hours after the DLC has been dropped. This means that we only have six hours to get as many powerful drops as possible on three different characters meaning that a lot of us are getting things done now to save up as much time, for example completing Exotic quests so that we can just hand them in, or completing 8 bounties for the Dreaming City and not handing them in, or making sure that we have 6 ballistic logs. These are just a couple of examples of things that we are all doing to prep for the World’s First race.
 
 
Sarge: What inspired you to compete in the World's First race?
 
Harkarnan: As a hardcore Raider with over 300 completions, the World's First race has always been an event I look forward too, even if I can't participate. Not only for the fact that you complete this hard challenge on the first day it comes out but it tests your skill as a gamer both physically and mentally, working out all of the puzzles and mechanics and then trying to execute them while being underleveled.
 
TG HotPhoenix 3: Well I've been involved in 2 previous worlds first runs. For last wish and Scourge of the Past and when it comes to Destiny, raiding is my thing. I love going into them fighting hordes of enemies, figuring out puzzles, and doing that all with a team of people. Whether it be teaching, learning, for sweet sweet loot, or just to kick it with my buddies and decimate the legions of darkness. Take all that and add the fact that nobody has seen what you're seeing, there's no video to watch, there's no IGN article to outline what you need to do when you get lost. It's challenge in its purest form, and that my good sir is my bread and butter, that's why it was simply a no brainer for me and my guys. I mean that and the leather raid jackets.
 
JaiyoHD: This is exactly the kind of stuff that me and my team strive to compete in as we are all competitive raiders. These World’s First races are the most competitive events for raiders and we want to show that we are some of the best raiders that there are and that we can compete at this high level.
 
 
Sarge: Have you competed before in these races? If so, what was the biggest challenge you faced?
 
Harkarnan: Yes I have, back in Forsaken and Black Armory with Last Wish and Scourge of the Past. The biggest challenge for me is that it can be a long day, people start to get irritated and it can cause friction between squad members. It takes a certain mentality to be able to do the raid on the first day and if you are not persistent or you have not done the preparation beforehand, it can become a struggle.
 
TG HotPhoenix 3: I have and honestly the biggest challenge was light level for us, for Last Wish and Scourge, we dropped in at least 30 levels under light. This time it's different. With the new season starting the new max light level will be 750. (From 700) While the new raid will drop with a recommended light of 715 with each encounter raising in light level after that. We'll also have 7 hours to grind new levels before the event begins. So I don't see that being a problem this time. With that being said however Bungie is not known for making things easy, so I look forward to the challenges they throw at us. I think this raid will be very mechanic heavy knowing all of that and to that we say BRING IT ON!
 
JaiyoHD: Yes I have competed in one of these races before back in May of 2018, when Spire of Stars was released. The biggest challenge that we faced and that we will probably face again for this raid, is figuring out what we have to do to get past the encounters. The second challenge that we will face for this raid is maximising the power level we have in the short time we have prior to the raid being released which is 6 hours.
 
Sarge: Thank you gentlemen for your time, and the effort you're constantly putting in to represent Tactical Gaming and to Become Legend.
 
 
Below is the annual pass calendar for Destiny 2. An updated version specific to Season of Opulence will be released the Thursday before the raid drops. 
 

 
Thank you to @Sarge for this great interview and information. On another note, thanks to @JaiyoHD, @TG HotPhoenix 3 and @Harkarnan#2202 for taking part in this interview.
 
What do you think of this?   Are you interested in the competition?
Let us know in the comments section below!

ATO - GCM's

To all who shall see these presents, greeting:
Know Ye, that reposing special trust and confidence in the fidelity and abilities of 
 
 
@TG Biggy
 
I hereby award four (1) Instance of the  
Tactical Gaming Good Conduct Medal

&
 
@TG HaloHobo
 
 (2) Instances of the  
Tactical Gaming Good Conduct Medal
 

 
&
 
@DBLDeathDealer
 
 (2) Instances of the  
Tactical Gaming Good Conduct Medal
 

 
&
 
@TG SirMadness
 
 (4) Instances of the  
Tactical Gaming Good Conduct Medal
 

 
 
 
The Good Conduct Medal is awarded for exemplary behaviour, efficiency, and fidelity in active Tactical Warfare membership.
It is awarded on a selective basis to each member who distinguishes himself from among his or her fellow members by their exemplary conduct, efficiency, and fidelity throughout a specified period of continuous enlisted activity inside of Tactical Warfare.
Qualifying periods of service include each six months of active duty completed with no derogatory warnings inside of the community
 
Given under my hand on this 25th day of May 2019.
Signed:
 
TG KrizZz
 Vice President
Tactical Gaming

Call of Duty's Mobile Version Legends of War game Details!

Earlier on this year, Call of duty announced the development of a Mobile Version of the their popular franchise: Call of Duty, Legends of War .  The Game that is set to be released on both Android and IOS devices at some point this year although the date is yet to be confirmed as the game is still in "Beta Testing".  The game can be downloaded in certain areas of the world such as China, India and Australia. 

Call of Duty: Legends of War is set to include Multiplayer, Zombies and Battle Royale! It combines maps from both Black Ops and Modern Warfare
 
 
Multiplayer 
 
Multiplayer Maps include: 
 
Nuketown (Black Ops) Hijacked (Black Ops) Standoff (Black Ops) Firing Range (Black Ops) Crash (Modern Warfare) Crossfire (Modern Warfare) Killhouse (Modern Warfare)  
Multiplayer Modes Include:
 
Free-For-All (8 Players) Frontline (10 Players) Team Deathmatch (10 Players) Hardpoint (10 Players) Domination (10 Players)  
The Game will include a zombies Map which is yet to be confirmed but should be something from black ops!
 
 
BattleRoyale
The battle Royale map combines both Black Ops and Modern Warfare locations into one massive map that fits 100 players, and includes vehicles and third person mode! 
 
There are 6 classes to choose from in the Battle Royale mode confirmed so far: scout, medic, clown, ninja, defender and mechanic
 


 
 
Other Things to note and look out for in the release of the game:
Character skins which include Soap McTavish, Alex Mason, john Price and  Thomas A, Merrick,  
30 kill Nukes are back as well as ranked and private matches. Daily Login Rewards, and the possibility of a Battle Pass with in game credit and a Store.
 
 
Sign up HERE to pre-Register 
 
What do you think of Call of Duty on Mobile?
Will you be getting this game on Mobile? 
 
 

Blast From The Past: CTR

Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled

 
A brilliant game from the past is coming back, remastered and even better. Some of you won't remember this game but for the majority of people, their childhood was spent playing Crash Team Racing. 
 
A game that was originally developed by Naughty Dog in 1999, it was a side game which based the characters and maps from the Crash Bandicoot series. A game we ALL remember.
 
This remastered version will have all the original characters, such as: Crash, Coco, Doctor Neo Cortex, Komodo Joe, Dr. N. Gin and many more. The game also features the original maps and weapons. However, there is now the ability to customise and upgrade your cart, making you fast and looking cooler.
 


 
The game is due to be released on June 21st 2019, across all major games consoles. The game will feature single player, split screen mode and online multiplayer.
 
For those of you who spent your childhoods racing your mates after school, you need to pick this game up. 
Need i say more?
 
You can watch the release trailer by clicking HERE!
 
Are you looking forward to Crash Team Racing?  Does it bring back memories?
Let is know below!

ATO - 3rd Corp Commander

To all who shall see these presents, greeting:
Know Ye, that reposing special trust and confidence in the fidelity and abilities of
 
@Typicalveteran-

3rd Corps Commander

 
with the rank of 
Lieutenant General


in Tactical Warfare,
as such from the 20th day of May, Two Thousand and Nineteen.
This appointee will therefore carefully and diligently discharge the duties of the grade to which appointed by doing and performing all manner of things thereunto pertaining. And I do strictly charge and require all personnel of lesser grade to render obedience to appropriate orders. And this appointee is to observe and follow such orders and directions as may be given from time to time by Superiors acting according to the rules and articles governing the discipline of Tactical Warfare.
Given under my hand at Tactical Warfare, on this 20th day of May, Two Thousand and Nineteen.

Signed by:
TG HaloHobo
Chief of Staff
Tactical Warfare

 
TG KrizZz
Vice President
Tactical Gaming

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Jedi: Fallen Order
 
The latest Star Wars game is on the horizon. 
Welcome everyone, to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
 

 
The game is due to be released on the 15th November 2019 across Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts, this game will use the popular Unreal Engine to power it. Unlike most Star Wars games before it, this game is strangely different. As it stands at the moment, this is a single player only game. A stupid idea or a refreshing concept?
 
The game is set in the Star Wars universe,  just before Episode 3 - Revenge of the Sith. There isn't a great deal of information out yet for this game but below are some screen shots from the developers and a link to the official game trailer.
 
 


 
 
You can preview the trailer by clicking HERE
 

Destiny Members Place TOP 1000

Members Reach Top 1000!
 
Have you ever wondered what motivates the minds of the most hardcore gamers when completing difficult challenges? Today we have an interview with two members whom have recently reached an incredible milestone in Destiny's Player vs Environment (PvE). TOP 1000 in the world is no easy feat, but to shed some light on why this was an accomplishment worthy of recognition, we must first understand how this is tracked. 
 
Destiny has a website (raid.report) that tracks the amount of completions of raids and how efficiently you completed it which tracks your kills, deaths, time. There are ranks for these which follows this: 
 

 
Tripoc710 and JaiyoHD have both reached the Master ranks for completions and for speed respectively which was no easy task. This was over a year in the making for both individuals whom have made it one of their goals among others to reach these prestigious ranks, representing Tactical Gaming in the highest ranks among many other hardcore players of Destiny. 
 
Combined, they have over 48 days played in raids, amount to nearly 2 MONTHS of gaming non-stop in raids. 
 
Now I believe that is enough from me. Let's hear from the gentlemen themselves to answer a few questions: 
 
 
Sarge: What inspired you to pursue TOP 1000 in the leaderboard?
 
JaiyoHD: No matter what game I’ve played or play I always true to play at the highest level I possible can and getting a lot of raid clears wasn’t doing it for me. Speed Runs caught my attention due to the fact that in my opinion this is one of the most competitive aspects of raiding, seeing who can complete the raids the fastest. Once I completed my first speed run for the Eater of Worlds raid I was hooked and pushed myself to complete the other raids in the fastest time possible.
 
Tripoc710: I just love destiny raids, getting to masters was a great excuse for me to raid nonstop. Plus it looks so cool on raid report haha
 
 
Sarge: What was the most challenging aspect in your journey?
 
JaiyoHD: The most challenging aspect of my journey was probably on days where I did the same raid 5 to 10 times to keep on attempting to getting a better run and would just be completely exhausted. Pushing myself on a daily basis figuring out what load outs, mods and strategies are the most efficient way to complete the raid in, these were the most challenging aspects of the journey.
 
Tripoc710: The biggest challenge was always new raids coming out. I did a ton of lfg runs and it was always tricky learning mechanics with people who were strangers. I can confidently say that my first 5 scourge runs involved me staying silent and scrambling around with almost no idea what I was doing other than what I could infer based on what my teammates did.
 

 
Sarge: What are your next plans?
 
JaiyoHD: My plans for the future are definitely improving my score as I know I can cut quite a few minutes still on all the raids, however it will take more time and dedication. Other achievements that I plan to accomplish in the future are reaching top 1000 in overall clears, some more flawless runs and lastly some 2 man raid clears.
 
Tripoc710: I still have quite a few raid goals, two man eater of worlds, three man scourge of the past, flawless spire of stars, and a few speedruns for that double masters rank on raid report. Other than that I'll be working on titles and getting my characters ready for the next season.
 
 
Thank you for your time and once again congratulations on the accomplishments, it has been a privilege to watch you two grow as both raiders and members of the community.  
 
Thank you to @JaiyoHD and @tripoc710 for taking part in this interview. Also a big thanks to @Sarge for conducting this interview.
 
 
Well done to the team!  Pass on your congratulations below!

ATO - News Team Lead - TG SmokeyB

To all who shall see these presents, greeting:
Know Ye, that reposing special trust and confidence in the fidelity and abilities of
 
 
@TG SmokeyB
 
News Team Lead
 
 

 
 
The News Team Lead Badge identifies the highest-ranking position in Tactical Gaming’s News Team.

The News Team Lead's (NTL) main duty and responsibility is to manage all aspects of TG’s News according to TG's standards along with leading a team of talented and active News Team members that are highly motivated to help promote the TG brand and TG Community.

News Team members are assigned based on subject matter expertise and it is the News Team Lead's job to ensure that his/her staff’s daily assignments and workload are being properly managed.
 
 
 
 
This appointee will therefore carefully and diligently discharge the duties of the grade to which appointed by doing and performing all manner of things thereunto pertaining. And I do strictly charge and require all personnel of lesser grade to render obedience to appropriate orders. And this appointee is to observe and follow such orders and directions as may be given from time to time by Superiors acting according to the rules and articles governing the discipline of Tactical Gaming.
 
Given under my hand at Tactical Gaming, on this 10th day of May, Two Thousand and Nineteen.
 


Signed by:
 
TG SirMadness
Public Relations Head
Public Relations Office
 

 
TGxP1nkM1st
Public Relations Assitant
Public Relations Office
 

Featured

Memorial Weekend Charity Stream

Mission 22 Memorial Weekend Stream
 

 
 
Hello Tactical Gaming. On the 25th May 2019, the Public Relations Office (PRO) are looking for volunteers to help us run the Mission 22 Memorial weekend stream.
 
 
What is the Mission 22 you ask? Every day, 22 veterans take their own lives in the United States. Mission 22 is a US non-profit organization whose goal is to provide support to veterans in need and to prevent veteran suicide. They accomplish this in 3 ways: national awareness, creation of memorials, and treatment programs for veterans at risk.
 
 
The streaming weekend is scheduled to start on May 25th @ 12pm EST on the TG's Twitch Channel. We are planning on doing a minimum 8-hour stream, but we would also like to extend it by 1 hour for every $50 past the donation goal (The hours are capped at 12).
 
 
Interested or want to help out?
You can do so by donating by heading to this website HERE. Or by sharing the flying above on social media.
 
 
Also, spread the word amongst your divisions/legions.
You can find out more by heading over to the original topic located here:
 
 
 
We thank you for any help you can give!

Women of TG

Women of Tactical Gaming
 

 
Welcome to a special article from the News Team. In this article, we are concentrating on the women of TG. We've interviewed 6 of these incredible ladies from different areas within Tactical Gaming. Online gaming is often a very toxic environment, with specific harassment for women from a historically male gaming population. At the core of TG, all members are required to "respect each other regardless of their origin, nationality, age, gender, sexuality, race, religious beliefs or creed. The same level of respect will be given to non-members." Hopefully, the opinions of some of the women of TG can provide insight into why TG is growing more and more in a diverse member base each day.
 
Let's see what they had to say about there time in TG and any other business.
 
 
TG SmokeyB: Thank you for taking the time to take part in this interview. 
First thing is first, how long have you been in TG and what position are you currently in?
 
bionicvigilante: A month and I'm Incendio's squad assistant.
 
Liz Weilschmidt: 1 year and I'm the squad assistant of Explorer Squad.
 
MissVendettaXO: I've been here since Feb 2018 and I'm currently the DOfor Apex Division
 
MayaArcana: Been in TG almost 8 months I'm the XO for Overwatch/PC/2nd BTN.
 
SendNukes: I've been here almost a yeah and I'm the squad leader of Dawn(IN).
 
TG HSquared: I've been in TG for 3.5 years and I'm the DO for Overwatch.
 
 
TG SmokeyB: Thanks for that. What attracted you to TG?
 
bionicvigilante: The promise of like-minded people and also the incentive of values. There was a promise of no discrimination and thus far this has held 100% true.
 
Liz Weilschmidt: I had played alone for so long. When Nightcrawler invited me to join I was overjoyed. Finally, I had a group of people dedicated to playing Overwatch and I didn't have to play alone anymore.
 
MissVendettaXO: I had originally been looking to make some friends on Fortnite, and when I had someone from TG contact me, I decided to check out the website. I really liked the structure and organisation, as well as TG taking a stance on equality because I’ve been in clans before that we’re not the most welcoming...
 
MayaArcana: The discipline that a TG member exuded when playing a scrim. I subbed in for that scrim and it was amazing to have a team turn around and peel for me (a support) when I said I was in trouble, amongst other things. I also like the structure and can see how that helps in keeping a massive organisation running smoothly. Lastly, I enjoy the non-toxic environment and the requirement that all members be respectful to each other regardless of identify.
 
SendNukes: People having the same mindset as me and playing together in  structured practices
 
TG HSquared: I was playing Halo and ran into a group of TG members. I joined them and played with them for a while. I decided they were an awesome group and wanted to be able to continue to play with them regularly.
 
 
TG SmokeyB: Ok, next question. What is your best memory you have while been here?
 
bionicvigilante: Meeting my squad for the first time! Everyone was super positive and kind to me, and I was extremely nervous and quiet. They made me feel at home and asked me small questions to bring me slowly out of my shell.
 
Liz Weilschmidt: Meeting Explorer Squad.
 
MissVendettaXO: When I joined TG there were only 2 other members in Fortnite PS4. After weeks of hard work, we had over 25 people actually attending an IN practice…. it was amazing to see everyone having so much fun, and that our hard work was paying off.
 
MayaArcana: It actually happened a week or so ago, so 06/04/2019, (dd/mm/yy) Saturday, where Sunyatta (IN) won their first AAOL match. Comms had cleared up immensely from practices before, and everyone was dedicated to working hard on that. It was a very proud moment for me when we won our final match and everyone started talking about how the games were amazing and they had won.
 
SendNukes: Having my first practice in Dawn IN and being in a group of nice people that are trying to improve while behaving well and being positive during the games and cheering after wins and analyzing after a loss.
 
TG HSquared: That is a tough one... I've had a lot of great memories. Don't think I can pick just one. Most recently my favourite memories have been from my pre-practice meetings with my XB1 staff. They are always full of a ton of laughs and are a great way to connect with the staff.
 
 

 
 
TG SmokeyB: Great stuff, thanks. Tell us more about your squad/battalion/division:
 
bionicvigilante: Incendio is the Overwatch XB1 Brigade, introduction squad. Essentially, everyone who joins for Overwatch on Xbox One will come to us and later be graduated to another squad. We work to assess everyone’s individual skill, wants, and needs going forward in TG and in the Overwatch Division. As of now, our squad has become somewhat like a family, and we pride ourselves in the strides we’ve made in teamwork and dedication not only to the game but to each other.
 
Liz Weilschmidt: Its good fun.
 
MissVendettaXO: I haven’t been in one particular squad for quite some time as I’ve been a DO and now BGC for awhile. But I always loved going to the IN practices and seeing how much new recruits enjoy practices.
 
MayaArcana: I currently work closest with Sunyatta as it has a special place in my heart (being an IN squad does that to you!). They have grown from a 3-man team to what they are today: a team that is flexible and hungers to learn and grow.
I also work with the other 2 Oceanic ST squads: Nevermore and Slipstream. I’ve seen them struggle, and I’ve seen them overcome. I am so proud of all the squads that are under my care, and I want to make sure I do the best for them too.
 
SendNukes: As the SL of Dawn IN i try to make every member feel welcome and I will happily help them finding their place in TG. Until then we are playing Inhouse in our squad and provide feedback in between and after games. Everything is noted down in our PBs and PPRs, also we have some extra notes on the side where we, for example, collect the personal goals for each member in our squad which we talk about after the first game and at the end where we hold our debrief to let every single member share their thoughts and feelings about the practice. Other than that we are a relaxed, positive but also structured IN squad where new members are always welcome to arrive in TG and find out what they wanna do next, no matter if they are looking for a more casual group or a competitive squad which also could play in open division.
 
TG HSquared: I do not have one, but rather all of the Overwatch Squads!
 
 
TG SmokeyB: Interesting stuff. Can you you identify a time that teamwork brought victory within a game?
 
bionicvigilante: We were down several teammates in a competitive elimination game, but everyone on comms worked to keep those still in up and running. The team was not thinking of their individual success but the win as a squad, and in the end, we pulled out the victory. It wouldn’t have been possible without communication.
 
Liz Weilschmidt: During a Competitive match my squad, Explorer, were in overtime on the last point of the third round. It was 1 to 1 in wins and we refused to back down. We all worked together. Stayed on the payload and fought hard finally making it to Victory.
 
MissVendettaXO: There have been a whole lot of occasions, but I’ll pick a recent memory from Apex… full 3 man squad of TG members and we chose to land at slums… so did a few other squads. We used our ping system and call outs to target the other squads. One of our teammates ended up downed, and he gave us direction to the nearest beacon. We quickly got him regeared as we entered the end game top 4 portion. We discussed strategy and chose to use a balloon to snag the high ground which set the only 2 remaining teams beneath us. We coordinated a triangle formation to pinch one of the teams between us and the third team. After they fell, we had one person continue to lay down fire on the last remaining enemy squad while the other two healed, then pushed them… securing victory as they were unable to heal efficiently.
 
MayaArcana: We were losing. Not gonna lie, but it was an amazing comeback because the other team definitely were more mechanically skilled than us. I was in a solo queue, and it was late so no one seemed to want to talk. I usually don’t do voice comms if I’m solo queuing, as other women might know: the amount of toxicity that can be heaped on you is immense. However, I decided to take a chance and call out targets and positions in the final round of the match. The main tank and main support started talking as well to coordinate the team. Things started to look up immediately. It was a close call, and there were some tense moments, but we won!
 
SendNukes: Its a bit hard to cut it down to one time since Teamwork and Communication are the main focus in Dawn IN, so I will just go with our last practice where one of the teams played a Symmetra strat which required everyone to move in sync and stay together and help each other when needed.
 
TG HSquared: Each and every time when I'm with fellow members, we play as a team. Whenever I'm with randoms it's always very chaotic and ineffective
 

 
 
TG SmokeyB: Great read! Nearly there now. What do you believe sets TG apart as an organisation?
 
bionicvigilante: The inclusivity. No one will ever be turned away for their gender, religion, race sexuality, etc. Everyone is welcomed with open arms and they will always be respected. To me, that’s more than I’ve seen most gaming communities do. It makes us more a family than anything else.
 
Liz Weilschmidt: It's a great place to be.
 
MissVendettaXO: I’ve been in clans/communities that had a structure but they often had way too many positions to keep track of. I appreciate that TG requires all members to be respectful regardless of gender, religion, sexual orientation, etc. it makes it a very welcoming environment.
 
MayaArcana: The structure and organisation that it brings. I’ve been in a handful of organisations prior to joining TG, and what was difficult to maintain in those organisations were dedication and organisation. Members (from my previous organisations) would decide to play other games and then drop off the face of the earth and leave us wondering if everything was okay IRL for them. In TG, the ATS is very helpful in checking what the progress of a player is, and how dedicated they are before graduating them to an ST squad. Organisation: the Chain of Command is great and I’ve been supported by supportive mentors who have helped me a lot.
 
SendNukes: I think its the Structure and also the rules that keep everything together and thanks to the members and also the higher ups being very positive and the responsible people keeping everything organized so members can enjoy their practices twice a week without any problems.
 
TG HSquared: I think the overall organization of the community and the fact that we do not allow the toxic behaviour really sets us apart. I have never been in a different community, but I constantly hear from my members that they appreciate the non- toxic environment.
 
 
TG SmokeyB: Finally, describe the most fun you've had in TG:
 
bionicvigilante: Pulling all-nighters after practice with some squad members! When we all have a free day after our practice, a few of us will get together and grind out
 
Liz Weilschmidt: Every practice I have with Explorer is the most fun. I adore my team and they make Overwatch fun for me.
 
MissVendettaXO: I’ve really enjoyed practices and playing together in the divisions I’ve been in. We get to a level of friendly competitiveness that can be pretty amusing. There is a level of camaraderie and seriousness that can crop up at any moment. Fortnite practices in creative were so much fun as we attempted to haphazardly kill each other, and often failed spectacularly… Giant forts, RPGs, and TRAPS galore!!
 
MayaArcana: I think watching Sunyatta grow, both in numbers and in their teamwork and gameplay, has been both fun and amazing. Also, playing with them is great.
 
SendNukes: That was probably on a night I think it was called a games night where all the people from different battalions came together to play some fun games of overwatch, i met a lot of new nice people there and also I decided to join the Americans practice from time to time and had some fun time there as well.
 
TG HSquared: The most fun would definitely be during the Overwatch Scrims. They are always a lot of fun and a great way to get to know the members. They are full of laughs and competition!
 
TG SmokeyB: Thank you all. This concludes the interview.
 
 
Thank you to @TG bionic, @Liz Weilschmidt, @MissVendettaXO, @MayaArcana, @SendNukes and @TG HSquaredfor taking park in this interview and sharing your memories with the TG community.
Also, a special thanks to @TG HaloHobo and @TG SirMadnesswith their involvement of this project.
 
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ATO - TG The Messiah

To all who shall see these presents, greeting:
Know Ye, that reposing special trust and confidence in the fidelity and abilities of

TG The Messiah
 
 
We do meritoriously promote him to the rank of

Major
 

 
TW Rank Descriptions


in Tactical Warfare

as such from the 5th day of May 2019.

This appointee will therefore carefully and diligently discharge the duties of the grade to which appointed by doing and performing all manner of things thereunto pertaining. And I do strictly charge and require all personnel of lesser grade to render obedience to appropriate orders. And this appointee is to observe and follow such orders and directions as may be given from time to time by Superiors acting according to the rules and articles governing the discipline of Tactical Warfare.

Given under my hand at 2nd Corps on this 5th day of May 2019.

Signed by:
 
  
TG HaloHobo
Chief of Staff
Tactical Warfare
  
 
TG Kacy2k
Corps Commander
1st Corps
 
  
TG Epsi
Corps Commander
2nd Corps
 

dhmoose
Corps Commander
3rd Corps
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