War reports, diaries, art, and more.23 January 2018
MrStonar's art sits at the top of the page and asks the question (on reddit): "Remember your first base...?". I have a screenshot of the first base that was mine, only mine, and not one I just found and plopped a door on. See if you can spot the difference between it and the art:
Quite a journey, really. Thanks to anyone who joined us on it. We're not even close to the end.
I'm going to have to set the scene for this. The Rust Factions subreddit has sparked back into life, and knowing how the players track the comings and goings on the server--and the war declarations--I took a look this week. I found The Complete Diary of Christophe Poulin, a work of Rust fiction that deals with the player landing on the island and coming to terms with "sounds of violence were as common as clouds", and the political and non-political dealings on the server. It's all heavily stylised and quite long, but also a good example of how far people will take their role-playing on Rustifac Island.
Speaking of Rust Factions...
It would be very easy for me to just ctrl-c ctrl-v Rust Factions. I was tempted to give them their own section this week, but it's worth it for the section headlines. You're about to read a war report from scrimhog, who was there when his faction, WAR, got involved in a scuffle with (sigh) GANJA. The two factions declared war and it was on like Donkey Kong. They say history is written by the victors, and that's the case here. It's a long read, but worth it.
Also: "It was already late into the night for most WAR members and at least half of our soldiers would have to go to sleep soon and the battle hadn't even begun yet." Fucking Rust.
Scrimhog was also involved in the building of the Senate.
That's an amazing building.
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