Looking To Start/Join A Team

Hi there. I’m looking to start (Or join, really.) a Team for Halo 4 Legendary Campaign and Spartan Ops. We may do some customs and War Games as well. I’m an achievement hunter, and it’d be nice to have a team. As I’m sure most of you know, Halo 4’s campaign on Legendary is pretty tough. :slight_smile:

Anyway. Let me know if you’d like to join.

Thanks.

Hello Spartan Bilbo BagginsMD I have indicated below information about our clan drop shock brigade,

I. Basics:
Initial Information- Hello I am Private iDRAGONBORN88 of Foxtrot Company, Oscar Platoon in the Dropshock Brigade. Here at the Dropshock Brigade we strive for professionalism. We are one of the most organized, well structured, friendliest, and best lead clans in all of Halo.

History- The Dropshock Brigade got its start back on Halo 3. We have followed the games throughout the years and continually recruiting for Halo 4. We have always done our best to upkeep our values of good sportsmanship, and a strong bond between platoons. What started three years ago, has now grown into an immense army of over 100 strong. Our Roster consists of 6 North American Platoons, 3 European Platoons, and 2 Australian Platoons.Despite the timezone differences, we always find time to play together. Our forces could always use another HellJumper. Register today, and try your hand at Enlistment. Here at DSB, we go,
“Feet First Into Hell”.

II. Registration and Enlistment:
Enlistment Form: To join the brigade, you must first register on our website and fill out the Enlistment Form. Make sure that you fill out every form in great detail. The enlistment process is a simple screening to determine who is truly committed to be a part of the Brigade. The best way to prove your worth is to be active, both on the forums and Halo 4.

Sponsorship- The first step to joining is meeting people. By meeting people and learning more about the Brigade, you can get Sponsored. Sponsorship may only be attained after three days. It simply means a Brigade member has decided to place their faith in you. Your sponsor will be there to help you every step of the way. They will play with you, introduce you to other members, and generally show you the ropes.

Boot camp/Entrance Exam- After another four days -seven days total- you are allowed to take your boot camp. Boot camp is simply a determination of your teamwork skills, and how well you can callout. Your sponsors responsibility is to teach you callouts so that you may successfully pass boot camp. The final part of the enlistment process is the Entrance Exam. The exam is a simple test of your knowledge of the Field Manual.

III. What We Have To Offer:
Gaming- Unlike a lot of clans, we play together very often. We play Matchmaking a lot, the playlist varying on how many members are on. If we begin to get 7-8 or more in a lobby, then we switch over to custom games and have fun. We have game nights usually on weekends at around 8pm (EST time) and play fun customs.

Ribbons- In the Brigade, a ribbon signifies a soldier who has achieved a certain requirement and has been rewarded a ribbon for it. These ribbons are shown on your site profile. You may see yours and other ODST’s ribbons on the side of each post. To receive these awards is a very great honor.

Entertainment- We regularly schedule clan matches to gain recognition among other clans, and mixers to form strong relationships between clans. We also have a nice Chatroom where you talk and meet new members. Make sure you keep the chat respectful.

Organization- We are a well organized clan with a Roster. Personnel are organized into divisions based upon where they live, and what time zone they are in. We have a wide variety of forums to discuss different things with other members.

Promotions- Promotions in the Dropshock Brigade are given for either a show of activity, loyalty, dedication, work ethic, and leadership skills. Do NOT ask for a promotion. Doing so will most likely result in a demotion or loss of merit. The detailed Ranking Structure explains everything about each rank.

If you decide to enlist, please remember to list Username as your recruiter. If you have any questions check out our FAQ section.
Otherwise contact me on XBL, Gamertag is Your Gamertag.
See you on the battlefield soldier.

I will say this; if I were you I wouldn’t join DSB. I joined for a couple months and here’s what you get:

You have to show your dedication by tooling around on their forums for usually a month (maybe less if you don’t have a life, for me I just can’t dedicate every waking moment for 2 weeks to their site so it took me 4), then you have to take a test on their rules, a test which any person could pass. After a total of about 1&1/2 months, u get to do drills and stuff with them. You don’t actually get to do anything significant for months, which I didn’t stick around for. Also, for a clan that prides itself on being organized, skilled, serious, etc., most of them are maybe a little above average or so. And basically to meet their time constraints you have to not have a life outside of gaming.

You decide…

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P.S if you have any questions feel free to shoot me a message on XBL

Gamertag: Yeti0869

> I will say this; if I were you I wouldn’t join DSB. I joined for a couple months and here’s what you get:
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> You have to show your dedication by tooling around on their forums for usually a month (maybe less if you don’t have a life, for me I just can’t dedicate every waking moment for 2 weeks to their site so it took me 4), then you have to take a test on their rules, a test which any person could pass. After a total of about 1&1/2 months, u get to do drills and stuff with them. You don’t actually get to do anything significant for months, which I didn’t stick around for. Also, for a clan that prides itself on being organized, skilled, serious, etc., most of them are maybe a little above average or so. And basically to meet their time constraints you have to not have a life outside of gaming.
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> You decide…

UBP0wned I am saddened to hear that you did not have a pleasant time during your enlistment with DSB not sure how things run before as I recently joined DSB but things are a lot different now.

The enlistment period only lasts 2 weeks in which you are required to post in the forum at least once every 72 hours and attend 1 training session per week … we have almost a daily training sessions on different time-zones which recruits are encouraged to join which is actually part of the requirement for you to pass your enlistment so surely it wont take you months before you would be able to play with members of the brigade.

I have recently joined their ranks so I know this for a fact, the day I registered on DSB after just a few hours I was able to play with DSB members. The brigade is not uptight we are accommodating you just need to communicate with us.

UBP0wned a lot have changed in the brigade I hope you would give us another try I will personally assist you in your enlistment and ensure everything run smoothly.