TGxLadicius: What initially brought you to TG and into which division?
TG CallaNinja: It was an article on xbox.com that first introduced me to Tactical Gaming (Tacical Warfare at the time). I read an interview that was done by a former member that was known as TW QuantemDalek. From there I signed up to join and the rest is history.
TGxLadicius: What has been one of the hardest issues you've had to deal within TG? How did you resolve it?
TG CallaNinja: The hardest issue, by far, that I've had to deal with was when we dealt with a lot of long-standing and tenured members (which affected multiple divisions, especially Call of Duty) leaving TG to make their own clan. Initially, it was such a shock to see so many members leave all at one like they did, but at the same time, it provided others with an opportunity to step up and show their leadership qualities in a time of conflict. Thankfully, I was allowed to take that opportunity to work to excel within the division and help others advance as well, whether that was within CoD or outside the division.
TGxLadicius: Tell us a time where our Tactical Gaming Mediation Program (TGMP) served to be a great tool?
TG CallaNinja: Though I haven't had to directly use the program to deal with issues within the division. I know that the mediation program is a GREAT tool to use to hash out issues within, no mater how small. I know that a few battalion staff members have used this to work out and it's nothing but help strengthen relations within squads and divisions.
TGxLadicius: Tell us of a time in TG that has stood out to you.
TG CallaNinja: Getting involved with the competitive aspects of gaming. Anybody within the division, past or present, can tell you that I'm not the best player when it comes to Call of Duty. But when we had opportunities to be involved with a group known as the Sea Snipers and participate within what was known as the S.E.A.L. League, which had multiple other clans involved with it. Our teams mainly consisted of our competitive squad (CP) squad members, as well as other members within the structured squads (ST) and wanted to be involved. We had history with the S.E.A.L. League for years, as Tactical Warfare won multiple league seasons when it existed and to be involved with the competitive squads and being a part of teams the won the league was a huge honor for me.
TGxLadicius: For members considering becoming a member of the CoC, what could you offer as advice?
TG CallaNinja: Being a part of the CoC isn't just about who plays the best, but about having the right attitude to lead. Yeas, there is work involved to be a CoC member, but the rewards greatly outweigh the risks. Thankfully I had great guidance when I was recommended to be squad staff and I haven't looked back. So, if you're considering it, don't be discouraged about thinking it won't be something that you can't handle. Take advantage of the opportunity and make the experience your own!
Thank you for your TG service @TG CallaNinja