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  2. byroneastridge

    WWIIOL

    memory lane WillTell was my handle back then Speaking of TOE's dang those trolls that ruined the game. The devs love of that major troll til it came out he worked for Mythic and Dark Ages of Camelot. That Troll was the one most responsible for TOE His acolyte Blair is the only troll name I remember tho.
  3. CDAT1AD

    CDAT1AD is dead.

    Work for the VA finally, converted to a dirty Xbox gamer. Got disability from injuries while on active duty. Didnt know how bad I was hurt, but I am still rolling along. May get new pc and reup once eldest moves in with her bf later this year. Who else from the dawn of time is still around? You doing ok?
  4. Herrkurt

    WWIIOL

    The temptation to take another crack at it is mighty strong. Graphics can't be much worse than what we got with LiF, the latency should be better, and no grind. We may not be able to play with the terrain and build or own bases but WWIIOL is where we first learned to fight as a team. I bet a dozen of us could dominate a sector of the front. PS: CRS is having a subscription drive to fund this year's roadmap. Some rather important improvements planned. Hybrid TOE is already in beta. Along with other systems this will restore power to the wider playerbase rather than leaving everything concentrated with high command.
  5. mortimer

    CDAT1AD is dead.

    Greetings Guy So what you been up to lately ?
  6. CDAT1AD

    WWIIOL

    Well shit I guess the crust former tanker can afford to say hi every decade or so. Loved holding Waterloo in a lone 38t or taking on 5 A-13's in a 232 with you guys scouting and decimating them. Best group I ever had the privlidge to game with, and the banter was EPIC. Never mind when the Anzacs hunted the feared Grey Hoarde by looking for lag spikes. Been long enough that my girls can drink and my brother Gumby69's son fought in Afghanistan in 2012. Guys I miss those days. Thanks for being part of a great set of memories, except OJ, he knows what he did to the sheep, they told me everything.
  7. CDAT1AD

    CDAT1AD is dead.

    You are correct, Iraq 1991 out of Germany. 2nd Brigade 2/70 Armor A Co on M1-A1's.
  8. krumpf

    CDAT1AD is dead.

    CDAT1AD = Computerized Dumb A@@ Tanker 1st Armored Division Did I get it right?
  9. CDAT1AD

    CDAT1AD is dead.

    Long live THE SHEEP GOD!!!! To think I was what the 13th member of this place? On Xbox now as CDAT1AD, original I know, but still kicking, so we taking Waterloo AB with an Opel rush again???
  10. https://www.local10.com/news/florida/hollywood/hollywood-neighbors-say-free-roaming-dogs-may-have-also-attacked-cat
  11. Thank you for the condolences. The initial shock is fading and being able to tell others about her has helped to make the parting bittersweet. She may not be here in body but I can still communicate the many fond memories I have of her.
  12. She was clearly loved - you were lucky to have each other. !S
  13. You have my condolences, Kurt. She looks and sounds like such a lovely pup. Stay strong, buddy.
  14. my condolences on the loss of your pet losing a pet is hard especially one as loyal as you have stated stay strong my friend
  15. Yesterday afternoon I found my shepherd mix, named Guinness, had expired between my stepping out of the room and returning a couple minutes later. She was laying down in one of her usual spots and it appears that she passed peacefully. She was over ten years old. The vet explained that it is common for shepherd breeds at that age to develop a disease which causes an internal bleed leading to a drop in blood pressure, exhaustion, and a gentle passing. I am writing this for my own benefit because I know that she had a good life, long for her breed, and did not suffer. Because it was swift and painless with little forewarning I am in a mild shock processing the loss. She had been acting a bit lethargic and was reluctant to eat for the past few days. She showed no signs of pain or other symptoms. For her last two meals I managed to get her to eat by adding in steak fat and juices the prior evening and eggs with french toast in the morning. Earlier in the afternoon she had jumped on to my bed and I had a great moment petting her soft fur. I didn't know it was a goodbye, but maybe that was for the best. Guinness's story, from my perspective, began with a near tragedy when her brother was injured by a car. She was still a street puppy less than half a year old but she began to chase people and bark at them until she could get attention for her brother. She had a powerful but surprisingly pleasant bark, not piercing or rough but almost melodious. Guinness and her brother were taken to a shelter and her brother received the medical attention he needed. Through petfinder and the Purrs n' Paws rescue program my family found her. When we went to pick her up she was the most timid dog I had ever met. As I tried to walk her out of the adoption event she splayed herself on the ground rather than approach the parking lot. I carried her into the car. She would take many years to overcome her fear of cars and I would occasionally still need to carry her even after she matured to a full 75lbs. Contrary to many dogs who feel fear Guinness never combined fear with aggression. She needed an artificial hip implant and her first few months at home were spent bonding closely with me as I helped her rehabilitate from the surgery, giving her physical therapy and carrying her around. She got along with most dogs and all people. She dug a great big hole in the yard, ran about a lot, and had a moderately successful hunting career for a suburban dog (one each of rabbit, groundhog, and of course a skunk). Two weeks ago she visited my sister's place where she was to stay while I went to Italy in the summer for an archaeology program. She enjoyed being around my sister's giant (~100lbs each) dogs and my four nieces and nephews. Guinness gave me the best laugh of the year so far when one of my sister's cats charged at her and she back-pedaled up the stairs totally startled. The acute sense of loss will take a while to process. I will always remember her as my pretty dog.
  16. slav

    S Novim godam!!! =D

    Couldn't find a post on forums where everyone wishes Happy New Year, so here's one. P.S. if there is one take mine down
  17. osky

    Atlas

    Looks amazing! I was also wondering if SG will be looking at this launch...
  18. Hellsgrave

    Warframe? Better than Destiny2

    Warframe is my most played game on Steam and I've enjoyed it since beta. If anyone ever needs help in warframe hit me up =D
  19. juris

    WWII ONLINE

    Wow, what a step into the past. S! All juris
  20. phreaked

    Atlas

    Sup gang! Anyone looking at Atlas? Seems to have a lot of big goals but overall the game looks very interesting.
  21. cheatereater

    Popping in, front page?

    I don't think the front page ever was kept really up to date, unfortunately. Most activity is on the forums or, nowadays, Discord.
  22. meliorate

    Popping in, front page?

    Finding time to punch in some new news articles would be a good thing, I think. Just a matter of allocating the time from our gaming! We are definitely still gaming hard even if the website doesn't get frequent updates.
  23. arragoth

    Popping in, front page?

    So I decided to pop in and see what SG has been up to and the news on the front page is over a year old? Are you guys not using the website anymore?
  24. bkngt

    WWIIOL

    I finally was able to create a working account. bkngt989 Took a few days to get acclimated and not insta-gibbed by a camping sniper...
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