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Platonic last won the day on April 8

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About Platonic

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    Dr. Phil


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    ET: 15-11
    COD4: 1-1

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    You'll find our the rest:)
  • Location
    Stekene, Belgium
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    Bunny Bash

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  1. It's been a long time

    We did it, dd! We kickstarted the blogging The reason why this gaming clan still exists, is because it is more than a gaming clan. It's an opportunity to meet people and really get to know them. Like I told you in private, we have you to thank for that. Yes yes, and all the regulars and players and 0-21 and blah blah blah but also you. We all, with some luck, made this clan into something special. Cheers, have a good weekend!
  2. Platform 2a - International encounters

    Yeah I know girls don't mind that, but many guys don't like to be spied on Right, you live in the country where they put flowers in their hair. Keep San Francisco dreaming sir <3 Oh, i'm special
  3. This spring weather is giving me butterflies :D

    1. Owned


      the sun and temeprature was lovely today indeed :D

      Too bad i look like a lobster now though, too long in the sun...

    2. Neuro


      And allergies.

  4. Platform 2a - International encounters

    An international gaming clan... What's that? Instead of with friends, you play with virtual strangers with whom you can't communicate? No no no no no. Instead of friends you already have, you play with people you have not yet met. Those guys are flesh and blood just like you and when you wanna meet them, guess what? You can! In this blog entry I'll tell you the story of how this gaming clan made me meet with total strangers, delivered me a bright yellow "F|A Clan Co-Leader" T-shirt and made me invite a guy in my home who used to kill me several times a day on the server. First there's Hamburg. How do you set up a real life meeting? It's simple. You make a topic on the forums, make a poll about the meeting place and date, someone books a hotel and... You meet there. Or do you now? Our good friend Raziel was the one booking the hotel, you see. And this nice mister had disappeared from our good earth. So we ended up looking for a new hotel for Destiny and Guardian and I ended up at the strangest camping site I have ever encountered (there was no grass for the tents, but stones). Once we all found a place to sleep, Kowalski was ready to show us the city of Hamburg. We ate some weird fish burgers at the port, took some pictures for the rest of the clan and ate ice cream, bathing in the sun. It was all really fun. My only complaint was that DJ, Destiny, Kowalski nor Guardian were pretty girls but eh... You can't have everything! DJ bought us cookies and this is also where DJ told me I was promoted to co-leader! Quite strange hearing about clan stuff from a real life DJ :p. As if that ain't enough for the strangeness, I received a yellow "F|A Clan Co-Leader" T-shirt in my letterbox a few days later. How often do you get those from your other friends, huh?! At night we went for drinks. We took some extra beers to the port and stayed there talking until 4 am. What do gamers talk about? Yeah, sure. Games. Clan gossip. But also politics (it's allowed on those meetings!), life, girls,... The advantage about having no girls in the company is... You can talk about them. When Guardian and Destiny went home I stayed a little longer to visit the Schanzenviertel with Kowalski. It's a really cool "slum" (see picture). Last year I returned him the favor and showed him Ghent. I have a feeling we may meet again. Eh, I can't tell you everything in one blog entry so you'll have to hear about the other international encounter in the next part
  5. Website Welcome to our new updated website

    Yeah manual notification setting is a must for all intensive users. Otherwise you would get notifications bleeping everywhere.
  6. Group Reinstate No Longer Inactive

    Group changed
  7. Platform 1 - A gaming clan, why?

    I don't think so sweetie, let's keep that to ourselves <3
  8. What in the tarnation?

    Joe who? Sounds like an abusive guy. Let's talk demotion.
  9. Platform 1 - A gaming clan, why?

    Atm I can think of only three parts until it would get boring
  10. Share the new things which you discover on new update

    For those who are a bit nostalgic about the old "my content" button, create your own activity stream and set it just like before or even better.
  11. Website Welcome to our new updated website

    I love the new themes. Both really good looking. I'll stick with elegant though, for readability reasons
  12. :-*


    1. Platonic


      Kisses back to our f|amily beauty queen.

  13. Platform 1 - A gaming clan, why?

    I decided to take a look at this beautiful new blog environment and submit the first blog on this new website. What better than answering the question "why are you in the clan?". When I talk to people, this clan can be one of the subjects of conversation. A common reflex: "Why are you in a gaming clan? You don't seem like a nerd?". Because that is what many people think. That we are nerds because we are in this clan. In this blog I will give you one reason why being in a gaming clan was a good idea for me. When I get time I might write other blogs, with other answers. My reason why I am still in a gaming clan is very particular. Indeed, it all started with gaming. I played the game enemy territory and had lots of fun with my real life friends. During my exams I went looking for other servers to take a short break. I ended up on nq2, where I played with some regulars who wanted to play objective-based, balanced games. We decided to join FA, first purely to be able to use !put to even the teams. We moved to nq3 and things shifted from gaming to talking. We all joked together late evenings during what we called "specparties". We became friends. When I had difficult times in my life, I had the luxury to have two friend groups to help me trough. When my real life friends grew tired of my nagging, my friends on the server were there for me. To give sense to my existence during those difficult times and to thank this second group of friends, I started helping out a lot on the forums. I was the one making gameday posts, I made some tutorials and so on. Years later here I am, a leader of a gaming clan. Unplanned and never desired. The lesson I learned from this experience and I want others to learn from it is this: you can never give too much to people who earned your respect. You will get back what you gave a thousandfold. Not only literally because these people will give you what you gave them, but also because you start feeling better about yourself when you help people. I decided to repeat the engagement I made online in my real life by doing volunteer work. As a result I now understand a lot more about the world and the people in it, my languages have improved and I get respect from people who know what I'm doing. Be ambitious in everything you do in your life. When you lived your life, it will always be incomplete but at least you can say you took everything there was to take. To me (and of course this is personal), the time I spend gaming is better spent being part of a clan made up of beautiful, motivated people. That way you can help out and when you need it, eventually you will get something back.
  14. Website Welcome to our new updated website

    Thanks man! I know how long you worked on this but it's definately worth it. Old forums were getting too old, I'm certain this one will be used a lot more.
  15. I love the layout and concept of the new forums! Now to work, I need to learn how to bully you guys in this new environment!