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Tactical Adventures: Possible Legions

Tactical Adventures Is looking to Expand!
 
If your interested in any of these Games as Possible legions
 Comment in the Threads linked below
 
 
Click an image to visit the Legion Request Page
 
 
 
 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
IF you have any other suggestions for Games to join the ranks then let us know, Post in This Forum
 
 

Ugly Sweater December

Tactical Gaming Ugly Sweater December!!!

  Starting December 1st 2019 Tactical Gaming will be hosting an ugly sweater contest! The contest will accept picture entries until Christmas day December 25th 2019 with awards being handed out on New Year's Day on January 1st 2020.   

The entrance fee to the competition is $5.00 USD and all benefits will be donated to a charity of choice by the winner of the best in show category.
The award categories will be as follows:  
Most likely to belong to your grandma - this category explains itself. Please join us in the 21st century.  
The Ug and Lee award for couples or parents - this is for the member who not only humiliates themselves but also their family too.   
Most likely to catch on fire - this member cannot walk anywhere near an open flame  
The modern art masterpiece for most creative handmade - this member was obviously sleeping through art class in high school and is making up for lost time.
 Best in Show- this is for the most hideous or intimidating sweater known to TG. This member should be feared amongst others as having no self-respect or sense of fashion whatsoever.
Please post here if interested
   

15 Anniversary Spotlight - TW MAC

As part of the Tactical Gaming's 15 Anniversary  plan mentioned in this announcement. The PRO have gone out an interviewed various members of TG's longest standing members that have seen so much in their incredibly long tenures within TG! 

This Spotlight goes out to @TW MAC Tactical gaming was established 15 years ago and Mac you have been with us for over 11 years and have spent a staggering amount of time dedicated to the Battlefield Division, becoming one of the few and in recorded history among the 1st, The Eilte Chief Warrant Officers exceeding over 8000 ATS points to earn.
 
Would you mind introducing yourselves and letting us all know what games you were playing when you first joined up? And while within the community what other games and positions have you held within the organization?
 
I'm TW MAC. I am a high school chemistry teacher, husband, and father of 3 girls most of the times except for Sunday and Wednesday nights. I don't really remember what game that I joined in, but it appears to be Call of Duty according to my dossier. Most of my time has been jumping back and forth with the Battlefields and CoDs.  I have spent most of my time at SL or below. Currently, I am very content to be a role player as a SM.
 
 
How did you end up joining tactical gaming in the first place and what was it like here for you to be here over the years seeing the community grow and evolve?
 
I was recruited by Biggie back in the day. We were playing in a lobby together and I had mentioned how much I appreciated his callouts and working together with him in our messages. Of course, he had a mic on and I wanted to know how to do that he said that they have a website and it explains how you can be a part if you would like. I remember reading through, seeing the expectations for practice and the type of discipline involved and thinking.... I can commit to that.  The Intro squad was intimidating to me and I loved every minute of it. There was such a feeling of accomplishment for me to graduate and move on to a permanent squad.
 

 
During your tenure with the community you must have seen and heard just about everything but if you were to pick out the one defining moment, that one point which stuck with you? The point that made you stick with tactical gaming and want to see where it went from there what would it be?
 
It was in one of the early Battlefield games where DoubleDeathDealer was commanding multiple squads when I remember seeing how our squad would need to get to a certain point in order to support another squad and I remember him saying this needs to be done now. If I give you an order, you need to do it immediately. If I want you to do it later, I would have told you later. That was when I really appreciated a more coordinated strategy to playing.
 
Now although these interviews are to celebrate our tactical gaming veterans and the success of our community over 15 years we don’t have to be too serious here. What is the funniest moment, story or series of events that has happened to you while in tactical gaming?
 
This is a story that I share with my students still today when I want to let them know that there is always a reaction for actions.  My squad was getting smashed in a Call of Duty match by a player that insisted on trolling our team and how obviously garbage our squad tactics were... and in much more non-TG approved colorful language tearing apart each of us. After about the 3rd match of this, we are getting pretty mad.  He was really taking it to us pretty hard. While he telling us all about things he was going to do to our mothers, his momma comes into the room and says, "Are you talking like that to those boys on the internet?"
 
He says, "Shut Up, momma!" and goes back to insulting our gameplay.
 
Next thing we hear is the door open up and we can hear, "No boy of mine is going to talk like that to their momma or the internet boys like that!"
 
The next moment I should not be proud to share what happened because it was the loudest and most savage beating that I have heard over a microphone followed up by tears and this player yelling, "No momma, No!
 
After she was done. She told him to apologize to the internet boys which he did while crying.
 
I think we had all muted our mics at the same time to fully appreciate this most satisfying moment of a lifetime together.
 
What was it like gaming with the clan in the beginning and how would you compare that to the way our members and the online community in general play and compete today?
 
Gaming in a small community originally was interesting because you knew everybody.  Nobody was toxic and followed procedures or you would never get past boot camp. I have not thought much about Intro squad for a while, but I would guess we are not too far from that idea today as well. I believe that TG stands for code of ethics that is worth believing in. If you want to be surrounded by like-minded gamers and you are already here.... you know exactly what I mean.
 
Thank you TW MAC for being apart of TG history and keep up the great work you continue to do everyday!

ATO - CHARITY STREAM AWARDS

To all who shall see these presents, greeting:

Know Ye, that reposing special trust and confidence in the fidelity and abilities of


@MissVendettaXO



I hereby award

One (1) Instance of the Tactical Gaming Presidential Medal

MissV spearheaded this charity event as well as many others. It was no small feat making it to over 1000$, and while she certainly didn't do it alone her constant dedication and leadership throughout this event was remarkable. She was a streamer, moderator, and an organizer. It is safe to say the event would not have happened without her perseverance and tenacity



Medals Descriptions
 
 
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To all who shall see these presents, greeting:

Know Ye, that reposing special trust and confidence in the fidelity and abilities of

 
Organizers:
@MissVendettaXO
@TG SirMadness


I hereby award

One (1) Instance of the Tactical Gaming Medal

These two worked on a short time frame to assemble more than a dozen people to run the event, get the word out, ensure our donations system was working, Twitch bots, etc. etc. Raising over 1000$ for OSD would not be possible without them both!
 

Medals Descriptions
 
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To all who shall see these presents, greeting:

Know Ye, that reposing special trust and confidence in the fidelity and abilities of

 
Streamers:
@TG SirMadness
@MissVendettaXO
@TGxtonyhowell12
@krojak
@Lumomancer
@Typicalveteran-
@TG Epsi
@TG Kacy2k
@TG HaloHobo
 
Moderators:
@Sarge
@PoshGirl
@TG HSquared
@ChillVengeance
@TG Datdamsniper
 

I hereby award

One (1) Instance of the Outstanding Volunteer Award

Everyone above participated directly in streaming for the charity event. We would like to thank everyone for streaming and give a shout out maintained good viewership for the full 12 hours of streaming. In addition to our streamers, our moderators all deserve recognition. They don't get the visibility the streamers do working behind the scenes, but help kept the chat clean and the stream working. We did experience a few issues and setup changes needed on the fly and our moderators were key to the wild success of the event!
 

Medals Descriptions
 
 
 
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To all who shall see these presents, greeting:

Know Ye, that reposing special trust and confidence in the fidelity and abilities of

 
Donors:
@Typicalveteran-
@bone_actual_
@TG Datdamsniper
@TG FatalityV1
@TG Loadmaster
@MissVendettaXO
@xxMrPostman
@TGxP1nkM1st
@Louie G
@TG HSquared
@ChillVengeance
@krojak
@TG-Breakneck
@TG SirMadness
@TG HaloHobo
@TG Epsi
@NSH4RP
@TG Black Shade
@Man 0f Plants
@TG-AMP
@CjA1418
@Iron Lord
@PoshGirl
@TWI22L3R
@TGxWoodchuck
 
 
 

I hereby award

One (1) Instance of the Outstanding Contributor Award

Together, collectively as a Community and a "family", we managed to reach $1010, $810 more then our original goal.  That would not have been possible without the donations of many! If anyone was missed on this one, please message @TG HaloHobo as not everyone's donor name matched a TG name!
 
Thanks again everyone!
 

Medals Descriptions
 




Signed By:
 
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TGxBiggy
President
Tactical Gaming
 

TG Krizzz
Vice President
Tactical Gaming

15 Anniversary Spotlight - Seantuc1

As part of the Tactical Gaming's 15 Anniversary  plan mentioned in this announcement. The PRO have gone out an interviewed various members of TG's longest standing members that have seen so much in their incredibly long tenures within TG! 

This Spotlight goes out to @SeanTuc1 A very long standing member who used to go by the name of TG Elite and is a Gears of War Veteran having spent much of his tenure in TG in Gears or War Division.
 
You joined Tactical Gaming 12 years ago, tell us about your very first experience in TG that made you initially stick around?
My first real experience was in a Gears GB match which I enjoyed a lot, the team work, strats and call outs and playing with some great people made me want to stick around. 

Could you describe briefly what it was like when you joined, what were practices like, what TG was like back then?
Very different to what it is now, when I first joined there was no boot camp test, boot camp was done in game, via voice chat, no squad types. No ATS, practice points were tracked locally via spreadsheets and all other business was done via an admin control panel. I joined straight into Gears of War division for Gears 1 which is where I spent most of my time and I am back there for number 5. Practices were always fun and I met a lot of people when I first joined who I play and speak to on a regular basis now, even with some no longer in TG.  
 
Tactical Gaming is made up of active members, which means you have been active for 12 years. What is your most memorable moment from all of that time you've spent gaming with us? 
Most of my memorable moments come from within the Gears division, meeting some great people who I play with today. Helping the division through two trial phases. I enjoyed my time as DO of both Gears division and moving on to open up FEAR division as DO, supporting a team to make the roll of honour, placing in the top 10. 
 

What was gaming like with Tactical Gaming 12 years ago? How different is the online gaming community now that it has become mainstream? 
Gaming is totally different and for the first 3-4 years of my tenure I would say TG was a lot more competitive than it is now, but then I would say that gaming is more competitive in general now with a whole host of competitions/events. When I first joined the gaming community (XBL) was also very different, a lot changed when XBOX live parties came in.  
 
What are the biggest changes that you've seen in TG over the years?
Numerous, for starters I technically joined Tactical Warfare, TG in name didn’t exist. TG was only formed a couple of years after, rebranding us and having two franchises: Tactical Warfare and Tactical Sports. I think this has been the biggest change and also changed the whole structure. Now TS has gone, we have Tactical Adventures. I’ve seen three different, and each time new and improved, websites and a HUGE number of members come and go and then come back again and so on. I would say in some way or another everything has changed.   
 
Is there anything that was done years ago in TG that you would like to see now?
Yes, I am an advocate to going back to how the BC was done originally and not via the test it is today. I don’t think you can ever match or beat the interaction and integration of members by using a test. 
 
Where do you see TG in the future?  What changes do you think TG can make?
I can see TG still being around in years to come, but I don’t think it will be the size it is today. I think TG could look to review/change its process from recruit to being in a ST squad. With more gamers striving to be more competitive focussing on the esports/MLG scene or just more casual players who want someone to play with twice a week, I feel too often our processes hinder our growth especially with a generation of teams who meet up, play together and communicate using applications like discord, etc.
 
Who along the way has stood out to you over the years, or has gone above and beyond in your opinion?
Many have stood out, I couldn’t name any one specifically and many are also no longer here.   
 
How would you compare yourself in TG to when you joined to what your like are today?
Apart from having less time for gaming  I couldn't really say!
 
And finally What is it about TG that keeps you here?
The members to play with and the friendships i’ve made and hope I continue to make.
 
 
Thank you Seantuc1 for being apart of TG history and keep up the great work you continue to do everyday!

ATO - TG FatalityV1

TG FatalityV1 has been here forever and has been a constant help to me and others since day one, He was here at the start of Tactical Adventures and helped to get it up and running. This is just a little something to say thank you for all your hard work for us and i hope you enjoy your time back in Tactical Warfare mate.
 
To all who shall see these presents, greeting:
Know Ye, that reposing special trust and confidence in the fidelity and abilities of
 
I hereby award
 
@TG FatalityV1

 one (1) instance of the Tactical Gaming Vice Presidential Medal
 
 

 
 
&

 
I hereby award one (1) Instance of the Distinguished Service Medal
 
 

 
Given under our hand on this 21st day of November 2019.
 
TGxBiggy
Tactical Gaming President
Tactical Gaming Executive Committee
 


TG KrizZz
Tactical Gaming Vice-President
Tactical Gaming Executive Committee
 

 
DBLDeathDealer
Chief Of Staff
Tactical Adventures

Division History: Call Of Duty

As part of the Tactical Gaming's 15 Anniversary  plan mentioned in this announcement.  The PRO is releasing old articles from our archives,  This one gives a short history of our Call of Duty Division. 

First, to start things off, Call of Duty started its trail phase on the 21st of July, 2007. It is currently the third longest standing Division in all of TG. It's first Brigade, the 360 Brigade. Along with the Brigade came the two original squads Ardennes for 1st BTN and Thermoplylae for 2nd BTN. With these two new squads opened and ready to change the way COD Division looked forever, we move onto our next Brigade that opened, the PS3 Brigade. The PS3 Brigade opened up roughly two years later than the 360. The first two squads were Leathernecks  for 1st BTN, and Overlord for 2nd BTN. Next up, we have the PC Brigade. The first two squads within this Brigade were Baedeker for 1st BTN and Kokoda for 2nd BTN. Eventually, 2nd BTN needed to open up another IS squad called London. With the help of TG Blistig and TG James246, I've gathered a lot of information on how this Brigade came to be. Without further adieu,
here is what they have told me.
 
This one here is from Blistig (Previous CoD DO and CoS) himself:
 

 
Back in November of 2009, when there was only Xbox and PS3 Brigades for Call of Duty, an old friend of mine who goes by the name of Chewitt offered to step up and try and open a PC Brigade.  Chewitt left the Battlefield PC Brigade where we had many fun months playing BF Heroes together to start up the new Call of Duty Brigade. After getting all the groundwork setup.. threads and squads, etc., he needed more help.  A few days after his transfer, myself and another good friend by the name of TG Popo, transferred over to CoD PC to help out.  Popo opened up the first IS squad (Waterloo) in 1st Battalion and I led the first ST squad (RoughRiders). There was no issues with recruits at that time.. we had a massive influx from both externally and from within TG.  As members joined, they soon after graduated from the IS to join my ST.  Another close friend of mine, who at the time went by the name of SmeatnPotatoes and later Tiny Paws, was one of the first members to join and graduate to my ST squad.  I quickly started mentoring her to lead the ST squad so I could move on, in preparation for our 2nd ST squad opening, which we opening less than a month after. From this point things start to get a bit fuzzy for me but you can check my career history to be sure.  I think it went something like.. Smeats took over RoughRiders (ST) from me... I went back to lead Waterloo (IS) and get some intro squad exposure and Popo went on to lead the 2nd ST squad, BlackKnights.  Shortly after, some more shuffling and after we had fully established squads with trained stuff... Popo and I moved up to CO and XO and Smeats remained as IS SL, which ended up being a position she truly enjoyed for a long time.. being the Gatekeeper!
 
 

 
 
Both are not even a year old, and have opened up a whole bunch of squads. The PS4 opened it's first two IN Squads, Sharp Edge (1st BTN) and Trident (2nd BTN) and XB1 opening up it's new squads, Guadalcanal (1st BTN) and Mycale (2nd BTN). Both Brigades are now currently in good hands of their BGC's, TW Runaway and TG-Bombshell. Although these Brigades have had their own ups and downs, they have shaped the Call of Duty Division into what it is today.  But not matter what kind of situation they were in, they always seemed to have great competitions in their times. In July of 2008, Chesapeake from 360 Brigade went to finish in the top ten in the TeamWarfare League and 4 months later, in November, the won 1st place in the Seal League. Two years later, in 2010, Lepanto, also from 360 Brigade won 21st place in the GB Team HC Ladder with Plataea winning 40th place in the same competition. In that same month, Hiroshima squad won 8th place in the GB MW2 Ladder. Then in March, 2011 Chesapeake squad returned for the 19th Seal League winning 2nd place and again in August for the 20th Seal League, winning the same place. In the month of September, Pearl Harbor squad, of the PC Brigade, went to achieve the playoffs in the ClanBase SnD and CTF Opencups. They went on to win 3rd place for the CTF Opencup and 2nd for the SnD Opencup. Later that month, they went on to win 1st place for both the ClanBase 5v5 TDM Ladder and the ClanBase 3v3 CTF Ladder. In August 2012, Sydney Harbour, of PC Brigade, became the Semi-Finalists for the MW3 CG0 Season 1 and then won 4th place at the CyberGamer MW3 Winter Cup. Within the same month, Plataea made its return to take on the GB Spring Season and came to win 24th place of 1,400 teams. Shiloh, of the 360 Brigade, won 1st place SEAL League Season 3 and was also rewarded the New record for most wins. In October, Chaos squad, of PS3 Brigade, won 20th place out of 4,000 teams. 
 
Onto the 2013 competitions. Sabre squad of PS3 Brigade went on to participate in the BO2 GB Fall Season and win 11th place out of 900 teams in the MW3 GB Fall Season in February. Then, in September, Sydney Harbour squad won 4th place in the CyberGamer BO2 CGo S&D Ladder and Gettysburg, of 360 Brigade, won 3303rd place out of over 16,000 teams in the GameBattles Summer Season. Later in the same month, Plataea made yet another appearance to win 1st place in the  EGL ODC Summer 2013.   Here is perspective from dhmoose during his PS3 days:
 
 
And here is James for the 2nd Battalion side of the Brigade:
 
I joined back during the end of the MW2 era (July 2010) after CoD PC had been open for the better part of the year. I was in the one Australian squad called Narva (ST) in 2nd BTN. There were a handful of EU squads (London IS /Nagasaki ST/Saigon ST/Pearl Harbor CS off the top of my head, but don't hold me to that) at the time. Anyway, in Narva (ST) there were 4 or 5 of us Aussies and we stayed that way for a while. We were pretty content with how things were rocking and stayed like that for a while! Eventually I took up an SA role after about 3 months when our SA disappeared, then before not too long I was SL. Stuffed took up the XO position after Jar of Jam was promoted to CO during this time, and then before not too long Jar of Jam had to venture off to better things, Stuffed become CO and I was promoted to XO! At this stage the Australian squad Narva (ST) dropped down to like 3-4 members, and then that's when I got recruiting HARD in early-mid 2011! No joke man, in a number of weeks & months I'd essentially built up an entire battalion with a lot of help from people and had AU squads opening left right and centre with the help of a handful of guys I definitely couldn't have done it without with all the support (oilad & Ravenhaven). At one stage we got to I think having 10 ST squads in the battalion at the release of MW3, so it just goes to show... anything can happen if you're persistent enough, especially with the size of the community of CoD on the PC! Sydney Harbour (CS) had some amazing competition feats in both the BO1 & MW3 days reaching the Semi-Finals and Top 5 finishes in a number of paid competitions and ladders which was fantastic. On the EU side of the battalion, Pearl Harbor (CS) had some incredibly amazing feats as well across a massive wide-spread of ladders which was great.
 

 
Now we hop into the modern Brigades of the Division. Both the PS4 and XB1 Brigades open sometime around November of 2013. 
 
Note: this article will get updated with more updated info in the coming future.
 
Let us know what other Division's History  you'd like to see next. 

15 Anniversary Spotlight - TG SleepyNinja

As part of the Tactical Gaming's 15 Anniversary  plan mentioned in this announcement. The PRO have gone out an interviewed various members of TG's longest standing members that have seen so much in their incredibly long tenures within TG! 

This Spotlight goes out to  @TG SleepyNinja  , currently a Squad Assistant in Call of Duty, divison. SleepyNinja, formly known as CallaNinja has been in TG for over 11 Years and has been a dedicated Call of Duty Player througout his career spending most of his time within that division,  even among the few members today to have had meritiously promtoted to Major.  
 
 
You joined Tactical Gaming 11 years ago, tell us about your very first experience in TG that made you initially stick around?
I had no idea what to expect out of a clan when I joined. It seemed to be strict when I first joined with having a sort of military structure and rules catering to such. But my initial thoughts of TG could not have been any more wrong.

Could you describe briefly what it was like when you joined, what were practices like, what TG was like back then
Practices were interesting... They started my 'infatuation' with blowing up cars and being a joker of sorts. I was never the best CoD player but I felt like I was good with being able to give direction to others and put the team in a position to win.
 
Tactical Gaming is made up of active members, which means you have been active for 11 years. What is your most memorable moment from all of that time you've spent gaming with us? 
Admittedly, I've had my fair share of moments where I wasn't as active as expected for personal reasons. I'd say the most memorable moment for me went from seeing my division's ST (Jutland) and CS Squads (Syracuse, Chesapeake, Shiloh) succeed in competitions to eventually being a part of a team that participated and won the SEAL League.
 
What was gaming like with Tactical Gaming 11 years ago? How different is the online gaming community now that it has become mainstream?    
Considering this was my first experience with a "clan", it was a completely different experience for me. I went into this wanting the structure and I feel that I got that back tenfold. Becoming mainstream has brought many challenges, but I feel with the right direction and the right motivation, we can make sure that TG continues to progress to further establish a presence within the mainstream.
 
 

 
What are the biggest changes that you've seen in TG over the years.
The many divisions that have gone through TG that unfortunately have left us, but more importantly to me personally, people that I have came to know over time and call friends.
 
Is there anything that was done years ago in TG that you would like to see now?
Nothing that I can think of at the moment
 
Where do you see TG in the future?  What changes do you think TG can make?
If can TG can continue to adapt and be open to adapting (i.e. catering to Battle Royale-style games or any other games that offer a unique approach to TG's standards), TG will continue to thrive as a gaming community.
 
Who along the way has stood out to you over the years, or has gone above and beyond in your opinion?
A lot of the members that have stood out and gone above and beyond have unfortunately left TG for various reasons (mainly TG IDLE, also known as Idle Threats). But of those that still remain, I can think of three that stick out:
 
@TGxTaylorMade : I haven't known him as long as the other two I'm about to mention, but whether he knows it or not, he's pushed me a lot. We have both been superiors to each other (in position) as well as the other two guys, but to see him do so much in the community and still stick to his roots is nothing short of amazing.
 
@TG Schmitty : Probably the one person outside of a handful of guys that I have known and gamed with for YEARS! I've never been disappointed in what he brings to the table and is a born leader.
 
@TG Tom6598 : Outside of being my favorite target to shoot, he's just an all-around good guy, as well as an incredible sniper (Proof if you don't believe me)
 

How would you compare yourself in TG to when you joined to what your like are today.
I didn't know any better about practices or anything of the sort when I first joined TG (TW at the time). I just knew stick to the schedule and you make TG what you want it to be (one of Idle's favorite quotes).
 
Now, TG has helped me tremendously. I wouldn't be as vocal as I'd be normally without the people that I've played with here and I'm eternally grateful for every single person I've came to know here.
 
And finally What is it about TG that keeps you here?
Simply put, the people. The members here are what make TG. If we want TG to continue to thrive and grow, it starts with the people. Listening to them, listening to others, adapting to each other, excelling with each other. That's what it's all about.
 
 
Thank you TG SleepyNinja for being apart of TG history and keep up the great work you continue to do everyday!
 

Overwatch + Borderlands Recuitment Contest

OVERWATCH vs BORDERLANDS: Fall Recruitment Contest!
 

3rd Corps will be hosting a recruitment contest for Borderlands and Overwatch in the month of November

Contest Begins: Friday, November 1st at 1am EST
Contest Ends: Saturday, November 30th at 11pm EST

Prizes
 
If Borderlands wins & hits 25 Borderlands Referred Recruits: Slothyboy11 will get pied in the face (If you wish to submit yourself as a prize for motivation, PM @Slothyboy11) 1st place: $30 2nd place: $20 3rd place: $10 (1st, 2nd, 3rd place determined by most overall recruits)
 
 
Rules:
 
1. Referral field or Why TG? Must include your name for all recruits.
2. Referred recruits must complete BC and attend a practice to count.
3. Must reach a minimum of 5 recruits to be considered for cash prize
4. You must be in TG to participate. Staff CAN participate.
 
 
Current total: 8
OW: 1
Blands:7
 
 
If the goal is achieved, contest prizes will be dispersed to winners in the following week.
 
Recruits must complete boot camp by November 30th & attend an IN practice by  December 1st
 
Good luck to everyone who takes part! Let's get recruiting. May the best division win! *cough Blands cough*

Tactical Gaming History With Biggy + Hobo

As part of the Tactical Gaming 15 Anniversary, Old articles from the old website have been re-introduced. 

This article was published and written by @TG HaloHobo  many years ago, and interviewed our President @TGxBiggy
 
 
  Over the next few weeks we will be releasing articles detailing the History of Tactical Gaming. I would like to start with of the history of Tactical Warfare and it's beginnings Tactical Warfare was created in November of 2004 by TG Biggy, with Ghost Recon 2 on the original XBOX. Starting with a small group of members many of the concepts, rules, and regulations we know today were created. For instance, attendance was tracked and points awarded from an excel sheet that was passed around using email in the early years of TW. In 2007 Halo Division HTIA, DBLDeathDealer, and a group of members including TW KrizZz created Infantry Training Courses(ITC). They were created with the intent of giving members a difficult goal to work toward while encouraging them to practice their in game skills so they could retake the ITC at a later time. ITC’s were also often paired with Inter-Division Tournaments and all run by the HTIA… which as the time was a side role done in addition to your main role, much like the News Team member position is today. From the beginning though Biggy had laid ground rules which are the fundamental building blocks of TG. In short, everyone must be respectful, follow CoC, and be active by responding within 24 hours. Just important things to make sure TG can be a fun and mature gaming community. I was fortunate enough to ask TG Biggy a few questions about our history, please see the interview below.
 
Interview with TG Biggy

 

NT: What do you think were the key building blocks for TG when you created it? 
My years of gaming experience prior to creating TG showed me what our structure should look like which allow a us to support multiple franchises of different genres on multiple platforms.
 
NT: How have they changed over the years leading up to where we are now? I am very proud to say that our fundamentals have not really changed since the start (2004). Staying true to what we are has allowed us to truly build the TG membership with "like minded gamers".
 
 
NT: In the future, how do you think TG will change and adapt the building blocks you set to maintain a fun, mature gaming community? 
Because the video game industry is constantly changing and evolving, TG is always looking forward and adapting itself to these changes so that we can provide our members an elite gaming experience. Since 2004, our fundamentals has allows to easily adapt to most changes that came our way and I believe will continue to do so for the future. 
 
NT: What really lead us to where we are today and how did it happen? 
What? Passion… How? Dedication…
 
NT: Do you have any comments you would like to make about TG's history and/or future? 
I am very proud of what TG has become and want to thank everyone that shares the same passion and dedication to making TG the best gaming experience out there   Next week, we have our interview with DBLDeathDealer, and some interesting facts about how TG has developed over the years.
 
 

ATO - TGxTaylorMade - WTH

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

Tactical Gamings Web Team Head




in Tactical Gaming.

as such from the 10th day of November, Two Thousand and Ninteen.

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 Adventures.

Given under my hand at Tactical Gaming, on this 11th day of November, Two Thousand and Ninteen.


Signed by:
 
TG Biggy
President
Tactical Gaming

 
TG KrizZz
Vice President
Tactical Gaming

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