Founded in April of 2007, Conviction is a tightknit gaming community based upon a framework of strong teamwork and ironclad trust.
 
Games we are involved in currently:
Diablo 3
Heroes of the Storm
Project 1999 
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As per Quiz...

Hello Convictionites,

It's been awhile since we've played together, though some of us have been touching base (and each other) from time to time on rand-o games like League, HoTS, D3, etc. I do miss playing games with everyone, and more-so miss adding people to our wonderful team. So, another proposition from me that was likely already proposed but this time I'd like to see some RESULTS JIGGAS. We all love playing games with each other, and most of us would argue "it doesn't matter what game we're playing, as long as we're playing it TOGETHER.". Hell, I played some game where you hit a ball against a wall and try to hit each other, and enjoyed the hell out of it because I was playing with someone I love (ajax).

Soooo, without any more pointless banter, here it is: EVERQUEST. Yes, I'm aware. I asked people to play this before, and almost everyone turned me down. Some gave it a spin but simply couldn't get past the graphics (which I'll admit, is the first difficult step in acclimating to this game). What I'm proposing is that we play on the COMPLETELY FREE TO PLAY server called Project 1999 (www.project1999.org, check it out). Yes, the graphics are bad. Yes, the gameplay can be somewhat slow. But there is so much more in this game that is rewarding, you just have to get past the initial humps. Here's a few things that I think are amazing -

1. Enforced Team-Play: Most classes in this game cannot solo ANYTHING for EXP. You are forced to team up to tackle the exp grind. Sure, this can cause some hiccups for people that like to run solo, but those players can play solo-classes. The dungeon farming in this game is ridic fun. You work together, you have downtime that allows you to bullshit, and it really creates a positive team-building exercise!

2. Player-based Economy: This game is where it's at for the buy/seller. You can literally start with an item you get from a level 1 mob and turn it into a cloak you'd get from a dragon, if you have the patience. Buy/selling in this game is what some people do FULL-TIME here. You go to dungeons, gather your items, and take it to a tunnel to sell your wares. If you start to collect some cash, start buying items low and selling them high for the people that are constantly equipping new characters. You really have to experience the trading system in this game, but it really takes an involved person to sell in this marketplace.

3. Raiding and Fun: This could honestly be added to Team-Play, but I'm not going to put it there. All of the raids in this game do not have a maximum amount of players, so guilds will take 100+ people and kill a dragon. You can do these raids with a smaller group though, if you're coordinated and skilled players. One of my favorite things back in the day was to take really small, elite groups, into the same thing guilds took entire raids into. FUN SHIT. And, going in with a smaller group, you know the rewards will be plentiful! In Everquest RISK VS REWARD is prevalent; if you work together, the gains are awesome!



I could list more but I'm at work. If you have any questions, feel free to ask. If you'd like to play, I'll update this list accordingly. In this game, we can help each other level so it doesn't matter to much if someone gets ahead or someone falls behind, we can work as a guild to be successful. This is a great game, and if you can get past the small things, we can have so much fuckin fun together I'm TELLING YOU. When Rem, Aegorn, and I were playing together, we had a fuckin ball just doing simple shit.

I'd like to set an official START DATE on the weekend, so we can all get together for our own "unofficial launch".

OhhWell Hi, I saw a listing for the Conviction guild on the p99 wiki. I swear I talked with a character named Indycent in (I thi ...
Thank you Fillur for taking the time to put this together...I am recovering from the laughing sweats...

Blumpkinz Makes total sense to
quizwhiz Who said we were in the closet, Shad?
Renei This is homosex.
Coordinated meteor strikes plus raining arrows makes for a great time in Ynestere


Fillur a Hey mango! We're on Enla, west faction. I remember when we played lotro
Caelixian Omg so many names Iremember! What server are you guys on? (/me was formerly known as Irememberwen)
Paradigm Don't forget Arithien's acoustic accompaniment to our percussion!
FILLURS COURT OF PUMPJACK JUSTICE:  written and performed by Fillur

On our maiden rampage in Dametrius' galleon tonight we met our fair share of white knights. One was Kev. We harassed him and his guild enough that he spent a good amount of time attacking us, amassing quite a few bloodstains on the water (bloodstains are used to report assault/murder against your own faction). In between running plundered packs to our holds I took the time to report his stains. I made sure to leave descriptions on my reports such as "I saw him murdering children" to ensure the jury would drop the hammer on him. Well, as fate would have it...I ended up on that jury. This is that story:

For added effect, listen to the below youtube clipping while reading through this epic story



The courtroom + the jury appalled at his reported crimes against children:




I AM THE LAW







He has the whole 48 minutes to fume in jail:

We just spent the night plundering the high seas & the booties of all seamen who came within our draw distance. It was amazing. I think we walked away with a net ~15-20 trade packs. The entire night was hilarious, made 10x more so by Indecent implementing our new pumpjack crest flying high on our sails:



Pumpjack crew rules:
-No shirts
-Dancing mandatory
-All ships & sailors encountered must be subjected to thorough package inspections

The majority of our victims were filthy furries trying to turn in cookies for their scarecrow quest, but we had our fair share of true pirating on our own faction:



Over the course of the night we met Raspir, who became our newest and most promising recruit. He has an insatiable bloodthirst and once drowned himself in his lust for tradepacks.








Random extra: We found this guy on a dock AFK, he had the "wanted" debuff (>50 crime points) so we took it upon ourselves to enforce a little pumpjack justice. We pushed him onto our boat and sailed out to neutral waters to murder him, where he was immediately zoned out to trial:


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