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Veteran Member, from New Jersey
- Fatetaker was last seen:
- May 14, 2016
- New Jersey
- Game Name:
- Malkineous; Drassel; Marursol; Nexatarsha; Myrkiel
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Hello, My name is Fatetaker and here is my story.
- Xbox Live Gamertag:
- Lord Fatetaker
I have been a gamer most of my life long existence. Starting on consoles from Atari to NES and each subsequent generation I honed my skill and acumen. In my early tweens I picked up table top gaming and PC gaming which soon lead to my introduction to online competitive and co-operative gaming. I tasted my first virtual kill on Mechwarrior 2 Mercenaries. Following my giant robot mayhem I entered into the realm of competitive with Counter Strike. I played in the country wide tournaments hosted by Wizards of the Coast and with my local lan party clan Omnikron.
I started playing MMORPG's around the time Ever Quest launched Ruins of Kunark. I have dabbled in many games and tend to find my home amongst strong communities with vibrant individuals. I have been working as a leader in games since the launch of Silkroad Online where I worked to make the Black Dragon's of Babel feel like they were winners by virtue and not accomplishments. In Silkroad the guild I was a part of was sheltered by the larger stronger guilds because we had purpose there. Players were tyrants and the honest were outnumbered by the vile, so the clan I was a part of began crusades that lead us into infamy, we championed the weak and used skirmish tactics on thieves that preyed on the weak. That was where I built the gamer I am today.
Flash forward years later and I find myself with the remnants of the Black Dragons, the core members moving on to new ventures, I find myself alone with 50 raw recruits that I built up for the Wrath of the Lich King expansion in the World of Warcraft. Morally devastated I did what was right and procured a strong home for my new guildies in Unfinished Business. Finding a guild with similar ideals we merged, and for the first time I learned the true taste of end game progression. Continuing my role as right hand to the guild leader of Unfinished Business I reinforced the leadership of my new home and we made strong strides in our progression. We were one of the top 3 guilds on the Area 51 server, but we had stiff competition, on other servers we may of been the premier guild, but here on the raid capitol of WoW, we were merely a great guild.
Jump ahead once more, I find myself in disdain for the greed and selfishness of my peers, and I close the chapter on what I feel would be the last days of WoW for me. Months later, while trying to find a new game that provokes my interest I am summoned back by my longtime friend Karv from my early days of WoW, with strong ideals on building a better more efficient guild. I try to resist, but my friend knows me better than I know myself and convinces me that we must do better than our predecessors. Our beginnings are humble, new server, new start. Within a few short months we are on the heels of the top tier guilds, pushing through the end of one expansion and steam rolling the next two. Our guild championed for its kindness and applauded for its ability to keep progression with the most aggressive guilds with less invested time invested. Though all good things come to an end, and with no new content to entertain the masses, we had conquered all there was to conquer and we were left hallow once more. Only thing that kept the fires lit was the community we had built.
I then spent some time in EvE Online harrowing the perils of a game that is brutal yet seductive. Thanks to a Silkroad friend of mine named Kerelious I found myself in a corporation of Pirates in this strange new universe called New Eden. These guys were definitely pirates and would Yar for a laugh. But they were far from push overs, these guys take internet spaceships serious, they called themselves Bad Wolf. They are a notorious band of players that number around a 100, their motto is "Getting set red, one alliance at a time". Red if you haven't guessed it means your an enemy and Bad Wolf is known for making enemies and not because they are bad people but because they have a zero take shit policy. My membership interview was 3 rules. 1 Don't fly what you can't afford to lose. 2 If your in 0.0 be on ventrilo & in fleet/group. 3 Don't take shit from anyone, not your allies, not your corp mates and not even your CEO. I learned everything I know about EvE Online from these veterans, some who come from the most prestigious alliances and corporations in the game. I have had the honor of being with them as renters of Alliances such as Pandemic Legion & Atlas to living in NPC Syndicate as a solo Alliance to being apart of the biggest and most notorious coalition of pvpers in the history of the game the GBC (Greater BoB Community) as a full member of Legiunea ROmana and the IT alliance. While it was fun and exciting to be apart of such an operation I did not have the time to dedicate as my skills were a little low to compete at the level everyone else was at in the area & it was more work to keep up than I enjoyed. I will not forget the 300+ man fleets and the infrastructure security ops that were so intense and exhilarating.
I ventured away from Eve's end game which called more time then I had available to invest and was checking out Final Fantasy XIV. I meet up with a few guild leaders looking to build an active and large community that would be aggressive enough to play at a premier level in the game's endgame. I introduced the system we had used in my last guild in WoW and they all seemed to like the setup so we restructured into what became known as Shi Ryu and had a strong plan setup for launch and things couldn't have worked out any more perfect. Unfortunately the game did not have enough content to appeal to me and I parted ways with game but I still continued to help assist with the leadership with some of the most dedicated and nicest players I have had the pleasure of playing with. Shi Ryu became the most successful and furthest progressed endgame guild on the Figaro server.
I joined All Out Assault in January of 2010 during the Rift Beta and assisted the Division at launch as their Crafting Officer. Although due to situations beyond my control I had to cease my subscription two months after launch I have stayed active within the community. I have spent many hours toiling away on Minecraft and spent time participating in the Battlefield 3 beta and Team Warfare League. I now currently play DayZ and Guild Wars 2 with AoA.
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