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| The T-Squad |
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T-Squad was a planned community group that was originally set to launch in late 2013. T-Squad did not intend to have a 'specific' platform, but instead was intended to operate across many different platforms, with the website being a hub of sorts.
A Steam group and Facebook Page were set up for the T-Squad in order to allow for better communication to and between members regarding events.
The Elites were to contain players of The Royals and The Nobles, and therefore consist of the players that managed and enforced events. The Elites were not to be involved with team-based competitions.<
The Redcoats were to be one of two competitive teams, the others being The Knights. If a member of The Redcoats were to enter an individual competition (one not associated with teams), they were not to gain help from a member of The Knights, otherwise they'd be disqualified.
The Knights were to be one of two competitive teams, the others being The Redcoats. Like with The Redcoats, if a member of The Knights were to enter an individual competition (one not associated with teams), they were not to gain help from a member of The Redcoats, otherwise they'd be disqualified.
The Masons were to consist of Freemen that did not wish to be in a competitive team. The Masons could, however, enter individual competitions and help other T-Squad members in individual competitions, such as members of The Redcoats, The Knights and other members from The Masons.
Within the T-Squad, members were to be organised under 3 different categories:
The Royals (in which players were to be regarded as Kings or Queens) were to consist only of members of T-Games and manage the T-Squad. They were to be automatically be a member of the Elite Team, which meant they would not co-operate in team-based competitions.
The Nobles (in which players were to be regarded as Lords or Ladies) were to consist of members not a part of T-Games but still with authoritative power over the T-Squad. Like The Royals, they were to be automatically be a member of the Elite Team, which meant they would not co-operate in team-based competitions.
The Freemen consisted of all players not assigned to The Royal or The Nobles status. The Freemen were to have no authoritative power, however they were to choose to be apart of The Knights, The Redcoats or The Masons.