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Dan 1,806, 14:58 Objavljeno u South Africa Belgija od OKayOK

Lets say that I am looking to join a new party. I would like you to try and convince me why I should join yours. Lets call it a Social Experiment

So, Lets see what you got



atrawall Dan 1,806, 15:24

We have many different programs within UP. Despite helping with NPP and other governmental Social Programs, we have many other programs to just help members of our party. From Cheap Weapons trade, to free weapons to new players within the party. We also are very active on our shout wall, and don't require so much usage of the forums. Other than our private quarters where our major dealings go on. We also have a very active core that is now growing as our members do.

atrawall Dan 1,806, 15:29

We encourage our players to be as active as they can be, however if you can't be, then you can simply comment on the shout wall. We don't limit our social activities to the forum. Plus with one of the leaders of the BBC in our party, it looks to continually grow as new players come in. With all the benefits our party has to offer to new players, why wouldn't they?

OKayOK Dan 1,806, 21:17


Badger06 Dan 1,806, 22:06

Well I can tell you that government programmes such as NPP and Sawgo are supposed to be party free, no party influence is supposed to be used to influence any players through a government programme.

Onto our plus points we are beginning to get a core of players within RISE that are actually working hard for the country and are willing to go the extra mile.

atrawall Dan 1,806, 22:20

I was just stating that we help with the government programs. There are some parties that aren't involved at all, I was just saying that we are. In terms of the non-government programs, that are UP specific, it's nice to have incentives to a specific party as there isn't a whole lot separating them, especially since all we can really strive to do is add new social programs...

Wilpanzer Dan 1,806, 22:39


Lol the prejudice.

Badger06 Dan 1,806, 23:19

It is a steadilly growing portion and one such as yourself would go quite nicely into our brew.

We have also shaken up the party as change is good.

Nice innitiative Mark, would be cool to see all parties respond to this.

Vanessa1309 Dan 1,807, 00:54

I think the biggest pull for a party is that they stick together, stand up for another member very much like the people of IA and DB did for me. As far as I know, all parties assist each other but there needs to be a special comraderie between members that makes them feel obliged to stay.

Hamilton Moore
Hamilton Moore Dan 1,807, 01:10

Hi Mark,

I'd like to invite you to join the Moorish Dictatorship. We are a peace loving anarchistic party where everyone I know gets a title (yes you can take that to the bank. If you join my party I will instantly give you an official title in it) as long as you obey my dictatorial commands. Plus I will further sweeten the bribe (I mean incentive) with an offer of 20 x Q7 Weapons on joining.

Kind regards,

Hamilton - Lord of all He surveys - Moore

Badger06 Dan 1,807, 01:15

ha ha hamilton, can I join 😉

Hamilton Moore
Hamilton Moore Dan 1,807, 01:42

Well... It's actually an eBrazillian Party I just took over for fun 🙂 So not really 😉 I just decided to have some fun.

Badger06 Dan 1,807, 02:06

keep your brazillian then, never really was a fan of that hairstyle anyway

Wilpanzer Dan 1,807, 02:07

Mark I believe you should also ask:"Why should a party accept me"

I know game mechanics don't restrict access, but you can still be stigmatised. What right do you essentially have that makes it justified to judge over a party?

"Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country."

That's what makes eSA great. Every term we have people trying out cabinet positions and people running for congress because they want to change the bigger picture.

Wilpanzer Dan 1,807, 02:09

I'm not leaving it here for you to take as a core thought, but it's something to think about. Most of the time we see great leaders in small parties, the numbers don't matter, but it's also why I'm becoming worried. I think if the biggest parties continually strive for numbers we could end up bottlenecking the smaller parties.

Wilpanzer Dan 1,807, 02:10

change comes from within

OKayOK Dan 1,807, 08:23

Im looking to choose a party, not a religion!

Badger06 Dan 1,807, 22:37

I would go with what your gut says Mark

Vanessa1309 Dan 1,807, 22:58

I am with IA the political party. not because it's the biggest nor the "best" but because I have many friends there whom I have worked alongside with. Who have actually made this game exciting in many ways for me. I feel a certain loyalty to them even though I probably now have many more friends in DB. The party to supported me all the way up the political ladder, who was there for me is my party.

This game is more about relationships with other players than growing a character

Léon Reno
Léon Reno Dan 1,808, 04:43

Vanessa, IA is already not "biggest" anymore, sorry.

Vanessa1309 Dan 1,808, 05:12

Check again Leon, sorry

SM333ZA Dan 1,808, 07:32

welcome to UP Marc. we look forward to playing the game alongside you 😉

sorry for you Vanessa - check again

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