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Archer337

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    Being a huge nerd.

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    Just your typical forum lurker.
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  1. As of late 'Hyperion - Private Military Company' or now known as Bad Frag has had a lot of changes ever since I last posted here. I also forgotten the password to my "Archer337" account and couldn't recover it for a while until I got a hold of my old email address again. Of course, we're still recruiting and always actively looking for new blood to bring into the community, if this is something that you're interested in feel free to contact me and follow the main post. I will try to keep this page updated this time and keeping everybody up to date to what we have been doing, for now we're doing a facelift in order to improve the community over-all. Thank you.
  2. Archer337

    Welcome to Glasgow

    Well done, this is looking pretty great! Looking forward to seeing more of it.
  3. Congratulations on the release, really looking forward playing with these units with my buddies. Really, really good work. I'm looking forward to see future releases!
  4. Archer337

    RHS Escalation (AFRF and USAF)

    I don't see enough rails, 0/10. Glad to see that the M3A1 is getting some love though, I'm looking forward really looking forward to this update, keep it up!
  5. Archer337

    Global Mobilization

    Gimme, I want those buildings. Loving the progress though, as said by Hvymtal, I've been looking forward to a replacement to Celle 2. My community has recently brought it back into their modpack just because we want to do some wonderful cold war era missions throughout the weekend. Along with that, well done with the Unimog it's absolutely fantastic. I'm looking forward to seeing the details you guys put into the other vehicles / equipment for Global Mobilization.
  6. Archer337

    Global Mobilization

    Glad to see it getting a fresh thread of its own. Have to say that this project is looking amazing, myself and a lot of my friends are looking forward to get our hands on this mod. (Hopefully sometime soon.) We love the era following with the fact we've really been wanting to get a hold of some really nice West & East German content. Looking forward to the release and for future updates, very good work!
  7. Archer337

    RHS Escalation (AFRF and USAF)

    Hey Devs. Thank you for the update, really liking some of the new equipment you guys have added, especially the Vz. 58s. They're looking pretty fab. Enjoying the neat little additions you guys have not teased before such as the ALICE pack and the Izh-18. [At least I think you guys didn't show it off.] - Really looking forward to what you guys will present in the future. I will ask if the Izh-18 sounds is just a placeholder for now? Doesn't sound too outstanding unlike the rest of the sounds for most of the equipment inside the mod, just a little quirk. However that doesn't bother me, I'll be using it for some neat little guerrilla missions. Once again, thank you very much, devs. Keep up the good work!
  8. Hey there. Despite the amount of work which would have to be put into this, I would honestly love to see OCAP return. My own group was looking forward to getting this implemented to see how our progress is during missions and how to learn from simple or dire mistakes, we usually write AARs so people can discuss how mission flowed followed with extra tips for the mission maker or to our own members in general, we originally wanted to add this but the problems which cropped up with the 64Bit update brought some issues. OCAP is a great little tool for current and potential future communities, it'd be great if the support would be continued for it, so I'll go for a yes. Though, I do agree with MrBagel. Aslong as you feel you're up for it rather then forcing yourself to do it would be better overall.
  9. Archer337

    Redd'n'Tank Vehicles

    This seemed to come out of absolutely nowhere. Really enjoying using it already! Very good work on this vehicle, I'm looking forward to seeing what else you have in store for it. Keep it up.
  10. Archer337

    German Armed Forces Mod

    Amazing how much this project is coming along, I've been looking forward to eventually getting my hands on this since both myself, and my own community members are really wishing to pull off some alternative scenarios for the Cold War, it's something I believe that ArmA 3 is lacking sadly, this project seems to look to be a nice refreshing experience. The custom buildings look really, really nice followed with the terrain as a whole, I can see that a lot of research has been put into this and the progress / presentation really shows over the updates with each update shown to us. I do hope you release this, instead of worrying about these communities ruining it for the rest of us. But I can understand why it would feel terrible if these servers even attempted to create those types of scenarios and the reluctance to release it for that reason and the sensitivity behind it. Those types of communities are honestly a blight to the ArmA community as a whole, but I'm not going to go too much into that. Over-all though, Keep up the great work and don't let them discourage you, a lot of time and effort has been put into this to let it go to waste now, I'm really looking forward to see what else is going to be brought to the table!
  11. :: Introduction :: Bad Frag is a Casual Milsim Community created back during 2014 all the way back in ArmA 2: Operation Arrowhead, back then we were called 'Hyperion - Private Military Company' since then we have been going strong and we opted for a name change due to the original name not really suiting the way that we play. First and foremost we are a casual milsim community and that is that. To get it out the way the quickly and easily, we require nobody to always attend our sessions and we require nobody to attend training sessions or by any means flaunt a rank or anything like that. Our community maintains itself by an Administration which ensures that everything goes smoothly. However, we do have a ranking structure which is always rewarded and structured on people who have more knowledge of the game itself and the amount of over-all participation in events and general community based events we running. But of course, this doesn't mean they're better than anybody, everyone is on the same footing. Of course, if anybody joining the community is rather new to the game we are always willing to help teach the basics and the standards of Milsim. As a community we are always willing to help each other and get everything figured out. Nobody here is just another number or just another body, we appreciate everyone who shows that they'd like to be here. Of course, I'd like to say that the community isn't overly serious we like to laugh and joke around during the missions we do and outside of our missions. However, we always expect people to behave and not break the general rules of the community during said missions and respect professionalism. :: General Modifications :: Primarily, our main focus is using Advanced Combat Environment 3 [ACE3] followed with Advanced Combat Radio Environment 2 [ACRE2] to enhance our gameplay experience and try to keep Arma as realistic as possible but at the same time keeping it fun and keeping each mission rolling instead of being bogged down with convoluted mechanics. Extra additions were to aid with this. Followed, we use a mixture of addons such as the Community Upgrade Project [CUP] and Red Hammer Studios [RHS] packs followed with some 80s / 90s equipment packages to fill in for missions based during the 80s all the way to modern scenarios. Extra content such as NiArms created by Toadie to fill in those spaces for weapons and some uniform packages to help us play more than just American & Russians each and each time we play, this content helps with scenario creation and always keeping our scenarios fresh and new. Of course, we do have certain ways to allow people to install the content we use such as - :: A3Sync :: - [Recommended] Primarily, our community uses a program named A3Sync which is publicly available in order to distribute the content that we use for our missions. We prefer this method since we're able to choose when and when not to update our content when needed, this prevents everyone from having inconsistencies with their mods and everybody is on the same page. The community is actively told when the mods have been updated to prevent anybody from missing out. You can find out more on how to set up A3Sync here. A3Sync Installation / Setup Guide. :: Steam Workshop :: - [Not Recommended] However, if you do not feel comfortable using A3Sync you are able to use the official steam workshop content you can find below. Of course, the only real 'danger' for this is that you might not be able to attend some missions due to mods updating and being incompatible with our modpack. Standard Modpack (Steam Workshop) Disclaimer:- The usage of workshop may need for you to download some extra content from our webserver due to our respect towards the creators of amazing content for Arma 3 which do not wish for their content to be uploaded to workshop. Luckily enough it isn't that much extra. But this content is essential to the experience. :: Events / Event Times :: Every weekend, provided that nothing goes horribly wrong with the server or anything such as that we hopefully do our missions. However, before that happens we have sign-up sheets posted every Tuesday and Wednesday for members who are able to take part or not are able to sign for the role that they would like to take [provided they know how to do it] and when the time comes they're able to attend the mission they have signed up for. Of course, in saying that roles aren't always 100% consistent between missions since every role in the missions that we do is up to the mission creator who has created the mission. We prefer that people who join here aren't bogged down with a single role every mission that we do. As long as you research your role and understand it, we don't mind what role you take. - Friday - Pre-Operation | 18:30 [UTC] - Friday - Mission Start | 19:00 [UTC] - Saturday - Pre-Operation | 18:30 [UTC] - Saturday - Mission Start | 19:00 [UTC] - Sunday - Pre-Operation | 17:30 [UTC] - Sunday - Mission Start | 18:00 [UTC] Of course, we do prefer that members are able to be available and ready to join before the mission starts for preparation and to be told any required information prior. However, if you are late you are asked to let us know beforehand. Finally, after a mission you have attended has ended we and every other mission creator in the community prefers feedback in order to improve their performance and editing skills. :: Community Prerequisites :: - You must of the age of 16 or above, no exceptions will be made. - You must be willing to follow the rules of the community. - You must have Teamspeak 3 installed, or willing to install it. - You must have a microphone. - You must be able to understand and speak English. - You must active and / or willing to join our sessions. Also, to clear up a potential misconception about the group I would like to say that you are NOT required to own any of the official DLCs or the Creator DLCs for ArmA 3. If this content is being used it will be mentioned in the the sign-up posts we create. Whilst you do not require it I would suggest getting them if you can afford it so you don't have to miss out on roles or missions. :: How do I join? :: It's quite easy! All you must do really is simply contact one of us through Discord, Steam or even our own Teamspeak. You can contact a senior member in the community or a moderator which you can find which are easily recognizable. Of course, depending on the time it might be a few minutes before somebody responds but somebody will get to you in the end. Once that happens they'll happily give you the extra details and point you to the resources you need to join in on our sessions. Of course you can find our Teamspeak, Steam and Discord through these links. - Teamspeak - 176.31.102.200 Our Discord Our Units Page Our Steam Group If you have anything to ask me specifically you are completely free to add me [Archer] through Steam and I will give you any information you need or point you in the right direction. I hope that this post has given everyone enough information about community and I'm looking forward to seeing new faces, thank you. - Archer / Bad Frag Administration.
  12. I believe when I played there were around 25 people playing at once, but there were some really odd connection issues also, so more could of joined but something really messed up that day. But it was fun nevertheless :)
  13. Hey man, nice video. Good to see that other people did the same thing also! Me and a group which I hang around [JTF207] We did our own anniversary also, it was a blast! We was going to do D-Day on the beaches like you, but due to some problems which we couldn't figure out. [it was de syncing a lot, no idea why] But after a small delay in doing our event we instead switched to the Aloft mission inside the I44 package. We were also running ACRE with it. Nobody but the RTO's had radios, so we had to use our voices to communicate basically and stay close to each other. We worked together and all that jazz. Believe it or not but we used Flash/Thunder, turns out earlier in the mission somebody decided not to use it and almost get lit up by a bunch of people inside another fire team xD After a lot of walking we finally gathered everybody up and started to take out the guns which people didn't do along the way! I've got some screenshots also :) Firing on a German Patrol Regrouping! Moving to the Final Objective Victory!! Sadly I don't think there is any videos mucking around yet. I'm not sure if anybody did but if so I'll link it soon. [No promises] But yeah, it was fun and again, good to see that others did the same. :) And I'm sure you guys had fun also!
  14. Poor poor Eggbeast.. :(
  15. When I do night ops which I have done with a few friends of mine. I normally have the moon out which seems to work very well. Though we did have problems sometimes with at least one of them not able to see the moonlight, but I believe it was problems on his end. Though it was really fun when it was being played at night. Though sometimes the AI did have a few problems once in a while, but that was quite rare. I did these night-ops on MBG Vietnam and again. It proved quite useful and we didn't need Night-vision or any sort of flash light. You could look into that if you want to do night-ops or anything like that.
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