The purpose of this group is to schedule DayZ gameplay events, which will make it much easier to get ahead in DayZ. Eventually, through teamwork and determination, We will be able to set up a base of operations, complete with vehicles, supplies, and many defenses. After our small group becomes larger, and we have access to a helicopter, we will be able to pick people up when they respawn, as well as tour the island in small groups. This is all just a game, so it is important to have fun. ;)

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I have tasted the forests and fields of Chernarus. I have enjoyed the warm tropical island of Lingor. Chernarus was normal in a way for me, it was a bit like home which made Lingor island more like going on holiday.

However you have not yet played DAyZ to its fullest if you do not try out the icy cold hell that is Namalsk.
Once again the tables have turned but not in your favor mind you. In Namalsk you have to face the horrors of nature. If it's not dehydration, starvation or the freezing cold the hordes of zombies will run you over. Though it will most likely be a combination of all the above mentioned.

I have only played Namalsk for a couple of hours though. And though I have already found a DMR once and an M14 Aim, I can still count all the times I have found a soda can with the fingers on one hand. Also, I have up to this point NEVER found any food yet, at all!

So yeah, Namalsk is tough as hell but it is truly what DayZ is all about.

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