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    The first time I said...

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    My personal favorite is the SUN Armada

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    Guildwise it was just an epic moment.
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    Definitely the moment we sieged the wrong city.

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    A somewhat memorable moment would have to be during the first ever siege of Mar Shral on EU-1. As it was pretty much the most populated city in the game and the capital of the largest alliance in the game, the stakes were incredibly high. The siege was to go live in less than an hour, we were holding the city and gathering as many people as we could to help defend, when suddenly we received a tip from one of our more espionage-minded member clans that certain portions of our ranks were traitors who planned to betray us when the siege went live. They were supposedly equipped with battlespikes and were going to turn on us mid-way and help burn down our stone.

    After receiving proof in the form of screenshots of chats and deliberating with Glutt, we decided there was no time to deal with the issue in a sly manner. So, I hushed the extremely hectic clan alliance chat and said I had a very important announcement. I curtly informed everyone that one of our clans (I forget the name; I think it was Azure Empire) were traitors, and that they should all be killed immediately. Keep in mind said traitors were reading this as I wrote it. I quickly set them to "Wary". There was a tiny bit of satisfaction in seeing all of them quickly bursted down by our 200 strong army holding the city. Players reported looting numerous battlespikes off their corpses (we did not distribute battlespikes to any of the non-core clans, partially due to a shortage of supply), fully confirming the suspicions. After the siege, said clan also immediately tried to sell their hamlet since all their neighbors were our alliance, but we cockblocked the fuck out of their sale and sieged their hamlet before they could have their buyer drop a shard on it.

    And then of course, about 10 minutes after that little incident, someone pulled the "I that looks like an l" name trick, joined the clan, got promoted, and wiped our bank.

    That was a fun siege.
    I was totally in that clan Azure Empire when that happened and was there. I don't remember why I followed with the backstabbing, I wasn't for it...but also didn't really care and wanted to have fun. There was also a lot of rumors going around that time about gluttony and the alliance that may have influenced the decision.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viare View Post
    As the MMO PvP hopeless, patiently wait for the mysterious Darkfall 2.0, I wonder how many great and epic tales of battle, survival, espionage, and even subterfuge some of you vets have. Lets share some!

    I know my greatest time playing Darkfall was when skill sets were low, and kingdoms were young.

    I fought for a little plot of land know as Alberworth, with a semi noob guild that really held its own, known as Emperil. I believe that was the spelling. Anyways I remember riding through the forest due East to my new Clan city. Walls constructed, but no real assets inside.

    When I got my first taste of how epic Darkfall can at times be. The rallying call came in Giant CAPS LOCK letters. "EVERYONE TO THE SOUTHERN WALL! PREPARE FOR ATTACK". My heart started thumping. Awsomeness! I get to see what war is really like in this game. I come to the body of water between Alberworth and the mainland, And see what must of been over 100 naked and poorly clad combatants Magic missling there way to the objective, My new home city. SO to make a long winded story short, since I wana hear YOUR gals n guys stories, I rally with my Sergent and LT. And begin a great FPS/ Melee battle at the docks, truly epic shit. This game was so so so Epic before the discovery of uber magics that make bounce you in the air when tagged. But one up me peeps! What are you best Darkfall memories?
    This brought a smile to my face. I was probably the one who recruited you into imperil. My name then was jacoby jackalope. I think that siege was against SB. They wagered uqtu against the city. I remember cannons being spawned facing the wrong direction and barely winning the siege thanks to a group of 5 we hired to push the wager Hamlet.

    We had tons of epic fights in Alberworth, I have been in too many legendary sieges to count honestly. Just a few holdings I had epic fights at, bloodscar, khanruk, uqtu, c-bay, bladethorpe, alberworth, ghanalaj, ul'hamra, lost untilik, erinthel, oethrain.

    And those are just some of the memorable locations.

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    SB UDL RK went after TSL because...They had a 30 man [siege] force and 25 holdings, they were killing the game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viare View Post
    As the MMO PvP hopeless, patiently wait for the mysterious Darkfall 2.0, I wonder how many great and epic tales of battle, survival, espionage, and even subterfuge some of you vets have. Lets share some!

    I know my greatest time playing Darkfall was when skill sets were low, and kingdoms were young.

    I fought for a little plot of land know as Alberworth, with a semi noob guild that really held its own, known as Emperil. I believe that was the spelling. Anyways I remember riding through the forest due East to my new Clan city. Walls constructed, but no real assets inside.

    When I got my first taste of how epic Darkfall can at times be. The rallying call came in Giant CAPS LOCK letters. "EVERYONE TO THE SOUTHERN WALL! PREPARE FOR ATTACK". My heart started thumping. Awsomeness! I get to see what war is really like in this game. I come to the body of water between Alberworth and the mainland, And see what must of been over 100 naked and poorly clad combatants Magic missling there way to the objective, My new home city. SO to make a long winded story short, since I wana hear YOUR gals n guys stories, I rally with my Sergent and LT. And begin a great FPS/ Melee battle at the docks, truly epic shit. This game was so so so Epic before the discovery of uber magics that make bounce you in the air when tagged. But one up me peeps! What are you best Darkfall memories?
    The most epic fight I've ever been to was probably my first siege in Cotc, we were sieging Morador. I was wearing a full set of studded with a rank 30 greatsword flanked of my good friend Storm Furry and some random called Raast Aman that hated me so much.
    The 120+ of us were trying to sneak on them, back then a hamlet had 10-30 people in it at any time so... We decided to dismount and 120 of us crouch walked behind the clueless wolf that was cutting a tree. Then we jumped the hamlet and the harvester.
    I eventually got 5 shot by someone with a 50 greatsword mastery.

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    Here's a email I sent to my brother that got him to play darkfall. It seemed epic at the time. (I had played for a month prior to this and had quit for a while after being distraught having lost my clan's raft. )

    I just wanted to take a few minutes to recap my first few days back in Darkfall. Who knows. Maybe you might decide to check it out after all. This is going to be long but you might find it interesting. But by all means, don't feel obligated to read it just because I sent it to you. You'll see quite a difference from going solo on day one and two, to running with a clan on day three.

    DAY ONE

    I renewed my sub after work on Thursday, knowing I have a 3 day weekend. So, the first day I got my subscription back (Thursday) I logged in to my same character. I found my entire clan hadn't logged in since April, the leader had left the clan, and I was left in charge. That means I had full access to the clan bank. I needed to find a bank and see what goodies I was left from the clan.

    My character was "red" because I had killed too many "blue" players previously and it decreased my alignment, flagging me as a sort of negative player. Being "red" I couldn't go anywhere near any friendly towns because they have guard towers to defend the civil players against people like me. So I was bound to a chaos stone in the wilderness. There aren't any banks around here. However, I remember reading about a friendly clan settlement in the south called Mar Shral. I imagine they will let me use their bank to get my stuff. So I start walking to Mar Shral. Along the way I find some NPC spawns. I fight with a few trolls with my starter weapons and without any clothes whatsoever. I kill a few ork NPCs a little further on. Now I've got some loot and I'm not naked any more. Another reason to find a bank.

    After about half an hour of walking I find a chaos city on the way to Mar Shral. A chaos city is a bind point that has NPC merchants, crafters, and banks. But the most important thing about a chaos city is that it has no towers. These are lawless places where players have all the same amenities as the civilized "blues" in their cities and a bindstone to respawn at. The difference is, if you pull something out of your bank in a chaos city, you may have to pull something out of your back if you're not careful.

    I remove all my armor and weapons and put them in my pack so I look like a poor loot-less beggar not worth the time it would take to kill. As I enter the chaos city I see three other "reds" clamouring around the bindstone killing anyone who spawns, then killing them again after they respawn and their invincibility timer wears off. They are farming alignment, trying to make their characters "blue" again. I run quickly to the bindstone and bind to it before they have a chance to kill me and send me back to my previous wilderness spawn. They are preoccupied with the other two naked "reds" for the time being so I have a look around.

    Ah ha! I've found a bank. I run up the stairs to the bank and empty my bag into the piles of stuff I had from months ago. I take a look in the clan bank and find that the clan had left me with about 50-100 assorted weapons (clubs, axes, swords, shields), some cloth armor, and a bag with a collar in it. Not much. Nevertheless, I start to pull the stuff out of the clan bank to put it in my bank. All of a sudden one of the "reds" I had seen on my way in knocks me back away from the bank. I have about 15 weapons in my inventory. Within a matter of seconds I'm dead and looted and respawning at the chaos stone. A moment later I find them running after me again waiting for my invincibility timer to wear off so they can slaughter me again. "This will never work." I think to myself and log out and call it a night.

    DAY TWO

    The next day I log in to find the same clan at the chaos city farming alignment. They come after me right away. They don't even wait for my invincibility to wear off. They are already hitting me. I book it out of the city without grabbing anything from my bank. I just have my starter weapons again. They stop chasing me and head back as I run off in search of Mar Shral and some civility. About 10 minutes later I find it; I've found Mar Shral. The problem is the gate is locked. I don't have any magic abilities to launch myself over the walls yet so I'm stuck outside. I start asking for assistance in public chat. No one answers for about 20 minutes. Then somebody says something I don't understand in french.

    I head back to the chaos town in disappointment. I find the same few bandits roaming around killing each other this time. They are skilling up. I decide to join in the fun and figure I might be able to farm some alignment myself in the process of raising my weapon skills. So I head to the bank and grab some real weapons (because you can't gain skill rank with starter weapons). I chase one of them down and start smacking him with my sword and blasting him with mana missiles. He seemed surprised but quickly retaliates. A few of his friends join in as we circle each other rapidly, trying to avoid the blows and break line of sight. We do this, killing each other and skilling up our various weapon skills and magic skills, for the next hour or so. I log off and come back a few hours later.

    When I log back in I find two more clans besides the one I had seen before. They have set up a blood wall. This is a wall of AFK players that people can hit to gain skill. It's sort of an easy mode training method. You just hit the blood wall until it's low on health and then you heal it back up before any of them die. It's a very effective way to raise otherwise slow and tedious skills at a more rapid pace. I head to my bank and finish moving my weapons from the clan bank to my own. I pull out a few reagents for some of my higher level magic and a couple weapons to skill up on the blood wall. I train for a few hours with these clans on their blood wall being very careful not to kill anyone because I know there would be reprecussions. Then I log out for the night thinking "Maybe I can solo this game. Haha! Maybe not."

    That night I head to the Darkfall Clan Recruiting forums and browse the active recruitment posts. Most of them are looking for North American server players (The server opens next week). I'm going to be on the European server for the next three months until they allow transfers to the North American server. So I put up a Looking For Clan post on my own.

    DAY THREE

    The next day I head back in to the game and find a couple of the same clans that were at the blood wall the night before. But I also find some fully decked out, high level armor guys from a different clan hanging around looking mean. Looks like they stopped in to use the bank. There's about five of them. One of the "reds" who lived at this chaos town started smacking on one of the fully armored guys. All five of them jumped him and, being that he was naked, he died quickly. I guess I chose a bad time to hop down off my perch and look in my bank. They seemed jumpy and quickly dispatched me as well. When I respawned I saw a full on skirmish between these five fully armored guys and the other 5-6 naked zerglings who called this chaos city home. The nakeds fell like dominoes one after the other. I tried to run out of the city but I get blasted with a fireball. I run and hide behind a rock near the road hoping they're not chasing me. I guess they weren't chasing me but they just happened to be exiting the city the same way I did. There's about 8 of them altogether. As they ride past me on their mounts, two of them are kind enough to stop and mount kick me into a tree until I died, once again. Fuckers.

    So I head back to the Looking For Clan post on the forums. I find about 5-6 PMs inviting me to various clans. I pick what I think are the best and submit applications. Then I head back in to the game. I grab some low end leather armor, some reagents, and some weapons and wander off towards the center of Agon. As I'm moving I see some of the same farmiliar faces running by hitting each other, blasting each other with magic spells, like a group of 12 year olds at the mall punching each other in the arm and twisting each others nipples or something. They look like they're having a good time but they are creating quite a racket and they are very easy to sneak away from (or sneak up on for the purpose of killing them). They appear to be heading towards the center of the map as well. I head in a slightly different direction as them. About half an hour later I find some amazing looking fields. The trees every few feet are dark brown almost black with spiny branches tangling up into the thick fog hanging in the gray air. They are about five times as big around as I am and about ten times as tall. There are no leaves on the trees but the ground's grey dirt is covered with sprawling tangles of purple flowers everywhere. There are grey cliffs all around as I walk through the canyons. It simply looks amazing; like a black and white photograph only with bright purple flowers. As I'm wandering around I find a big dragon just hanging out. I think this is the very center of Agon. I take a few pot shots at him and he charges at me as I run away. I get hit for half my health bar and decide this is not a solo excursion project here.

    As I'm walking through the canyons I hear someone casting magic above me up on the bluffs. I decide to go check it out. I crouch down so as not to make any sound and I sneak around the cliffs looking for a way up. After about 20 minutes I find a way up and I sneak over to a bridge leading in to an NPC castle with huge metal chains and shimmering red ruby walls. I sneak over to a tree and wait watching the bridge, the only way into the castle. I wait to see the caster of the magic I had heard from down below. After five minutes I see a player crouching, sneaking silently across the bridge into the NPC castle. He sneaks around the corner and I decide to investigate.

    I bravely sneak across the bridge and peek around the corner. I see a few NPCs, a player riding a mount through the NPCs wailing on them with his axe, and I see a tombstone. It's not the player who had just snuck in. It must be they guy who was casting the spells from before. It looks as if that mounted player has killed him. Now he's fighting off the NPC mobs. I quickly run to the tombstone to loot it. I grab a two handed hammer, some spell reagents, and I was about to grab some armor when a massive magical blast hits me from behind draining a quarter of my health bar. I turn tail and run out of the castle, back across the bridge, and find a hiding place. I recall on my bindstone (a 2 minute casting time spell that returns a player to his bindstone).

    Later that day I have joined a new clan and they have recently conquered a hamlet on one of the southern islands. I'm not too far away so I decide to walk there, rather than risk losing one of my mounts. After an hour I arrive at my new home. One of the players is heading back to the mainland on a raft and he asks for an escort. Me and 6 other members agree to join him on the trip. We all grab fishing poles and hop on the raft. We have a fishing contest as we float across the ocean back to the mainland.

    Later that night we prepare for a coming siege we are planning. When you challenge a city in a siege, you either have to put up a wager of tens of thousands of gold, or else your own city becomes vulnerable to attack as well. In order to take a city you have to destroy the bindstone at the center. Once it reaches 0 hp you become the owner of the city. But in order for a bindstone to be vulnerable you have to launch an official siege against it. A siege cycle lasts for six hours. The first four hours are spent in defense, meaning the players who launched the seige has to defend their own vulnerable bindstone. After those four hours, if they do not lose their city, their enemy's bindstone becomes vulnerable for two hours.

    So in preperation for the seige we practice defending our hamlet. It's a costal town with ewok-like tree houses and spiral staircases climbing the trees. We have a mine and a bank and that's about it. But this is our home. We don't want to lose it. We split up into two groups. There's about 15 of us altogether. I'm in the attacking team to begin with. We decide to launch a water assault. We swim out into the ocean a little ways up the coast from our hamlet. We duck under the water and swim in like navy seals. Two of the defenders spot our heads as we come up for air. We are quickly under arrow fire and magic attacks. We stay out in the water ducking under out of the way of the ranged attacks. We move in close to the land and they start charging into the water after us. Half our group circles around a little further north and uses a pincer meneuver. We are closing in at them from both sides. My squad is pulling them out into the water while the other squad is pushing in to the hamlet from the opposite side. It works. We kill all the defenders taking minimal casualties ourselves (I was one of the casualties ).

    We ran a few more meneuvers, practiced some 1v1 fights, trained up on our blood wall a bit, and then decided to head out for some high end PvE. We gear up, this time I wear a full set of bone armor (sexy looking shit) and I pull out some nice weapons and some gathering tools. We all mount up, about 12 of us, and start riding off towards the first spawn. After about 2 minutes we find it. Some oak lords and some tree golems. We all coordinate fire on these things and they fall quite quickly. We gather up the loot and rest a bit. I pull out my pickaxe and mine a bit of metal ore from one of the metal nodes nearby. Then we head off towards the next spawn. Some sort of golem. We killed it rather quickly as well.

    As we were waiting for the respawn a few of the guys start playing king of the hill with their knockbacks and push magic. I wander off into a thicket of trees and find a camoflauged little guy AFK running against a tree (to train up his skill/attributes). He's from the clan Dogma. I call in the rest of the guys and they tell us he was harassing their hamlet yesterday. They joyfully slaughter him.

    The golem spawns and dies to our mana missiles a few more times before we head on to the next high end spawn. This one is a deathless mage. We kill it a few times, gather up all the loot, and head on towards another spawn. This one is a dragon. The dragon manages to actually kill a few of us but we quickly resurrect our teammates and take it down and run off to another spawn while we wait for this one to respawn. We kill the other dragon and move on to some fire golems. We accidently get muddled in the middle of four of them and they ultimately prove too difficult for us to take down. But during the battle one of our guys spots a Dogma clan member scouting our part from up on a hill. He's mounted so we quickly leave the fire golems and hop on our mounts and chase after this one single guy with our dozen fully equipped clan members.

    Dogma takes off riding as fast as his mount will move ducking behind hills and circling through trees trying to lose us. Two of our guys are very close to him. The rest of us are listening to their direction to circle around to the east around the mountain to cut him off. One guy readies his bow and arrow waiting for Dogma to appear from behind the mountain. Sure enough he does. His mount takes a few arrow shots and now, instead of 2 people behind him, he has 12 people frothing at the mouth ready to kill him. I imagine his heart was beating fast. He circled around right through the center of us and tried to get a few shots in, swinging wildly as he rode through our pack. Unfortunately he took four hits to his one. Not a really bright thing to do. Moments later he decides it's a losing fight and rides into the middle of some fire golems. We follow after him and soon his mount is downed and he's scrambling to run on foot through a sea of 12 mounted players riding past one after the other taking cheap shots. One of our players dismounts in order to fire off some ranged attacks and Dogma makes his way to the mount trying to steal it. Fortunately our guy got back on his mount just in time before Dogma took it. He is soon dead and looted and we move on for a few more rounds of dragon killing.

    Later that night we bindstone recall back to our hamlet and divide up the loot. It was good times. Anyway, I've got to go. I think we're preparing for a siege today and I've got some RL stuff to get done before that.
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    on EU living out of tiquia and being sieged by ALL of Hyperion.. 29 clans or so.. and these arent like clans now... these clans had hundreds of members... i think i was getting 3fps.. and they still couldn't bring down the stone cause the game was broken.. haha good times.

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    EU release, Brother and I joined the game together, joined a clan named The Furry Incorporation. Brother starts a war with them and their alliance, we get kicked out of wolf lands and move on over to Dragrenoth in Ork lands. We were at war with many clans and constantly pvping, honestly don't remember farming mobs at all, just fighting in starter weapons and whatever crap we looted off each other. We would visit Yssam often and pvp and come back with our spoils, a siege breaks out on Caxtla and we are asked to help them defend it. The ~15 of us wolves/orks gear up in our leet gear consisting of Banded and R20's, and our raft. We bring our raft up there and bring the Shard holder on the raft and defend him with all our of might. And from there I think I DC'd. But pretty much, all of early on in Darkfall was amazing, now it all seems kind of bland
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    Quote Originally Posted by keyminus View Post
    I was totally in that clan Azure Empire when that happened and was there. I don't remember why I followed with the backstabbing, I wasn't for it...but also didn't really care and wanted to have fun. There was also a lot of rumors going around that time about gluttony and the alliance that may have influenced the decision.
    There was definitely some sinking discontent at the time, and TheMercs/Afghanistan had quite a powerful spy network that almost rivaled our own. They were trying to turn any clan they could and offered quite a lot of gold as an incentive. The alliance was nowhere near dead though, and traitorship was a capital offense. Which is kind of ironic since I ended up turning traitor like 3-4 weeks later, but that's another story.

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    DHW deciding who wins every siege right before NA transfers...


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    I am actually just visiting the forums to see how the game is doing. I still remember the damn pvp just to buy the game.

    I'll agree with Riffordy here, who I am assuming is Riff Raff. Being in Tiq with the rest of VG, when that god awful swarm rolled in for the first real siege, and get whole sale slaughtered by the masses, watching with a frozen screen mostly, or fighting naked on the outside.

    And the fact that sieges weren't even implemented yet, saved our city for a couple weeks anyway.

    Joining The Goons to exact revenge against Hyperion was memorable as well.

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    I have had more epic Darkfall moments than I can count, which is partially why the game is so special to me. However, I'll only tell one story from back right after Darkfall's launch. I had been playing beta for 3 months and had a good understanding of how the game worked, however nobody knew that I was the infamous Warhawkz (well, infamous at the time) on the forums. My claim to fame was that I absolutely despised all zergs and wanted to create an anti-zerg clan to raid clans like Murder Herd and alliances like Hyperion, simply to kill them using strategy. I had a gang of around 10 guys who all played beta and we came onto the scene on launch as the clan Comitatus of Pactum. I had been bashing Murder Herd like none other on the forums before the game launched and they constantly had threads going about me on their personal forums. So one day, no more than a week after launch, the leader of Murder Herd sent me a message over the forums saying he wanted to duel and put me in my place once and for all. I laughed a little inside. So I met him where he asked me to meet him, near a mountain in Alfar lands (I was a Dwarf) and face him one on one. So we began to fight, and I had sticky backed him with my sword n' board while he aimlessly swung his overpowered polearm. Finally I had him to about half health when I saw 4 other Murder Herd members jump down the mountain firing mana missile's at me. He ran to heal and I retreated to a large rock where lo and behold, I had a trick of my own. Anticipating their counter-attack, I brought my best PvPer who I PKed with during beta and we went back out to fight. He swung around their flank unnoticed as I held my ground with my shield and he began whacking at 4 of them in the back as they focused on me with a hatred. Finally I opened up to attack and jumped up onto the rock and fired mana missiles down on them. They couldn't figure out how to get up the rock so they began attacking my clanmate instead. So I healed, jumped down, and we both began melee'ing them down as they swirled and stabbed each other. Finally we took the 4 down, and I never saw their leader again. He also never messaged me for another duel again. Instead, we brought the fights to them from then on. Had a few epic fights with them in Mirdain Lands, some won by us and some by them. However, I proved my point that zerging got them nowhere and they still were terrible and eventually left the game completely.

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