My first name is not relevant to any human body part or its' anatomy. (Boobs, you stupids)
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
The internet is a tough place, but making friends and enjoying yourself can ease the pain of most of that. I'm not acting prestigious but I'd like to say I'm someone who can help!
I'm a heterosexual, 16 year old dude who enjoys any type of gaming (mostly action, adventure, horror/survival all the way for me, mods included) with any kind of person. I go for mature people (gender isn't an issue, a friend is a friend, a lover is a lover) who either understands what the general term of "fun" is, or someone who shares common interests with me.
I'll try anything that sounds interesting, as long as there's proof that it's safe and reliable. I'm someone who has a short temper with technology and I hate problems.
Yes, I'm Canadian. Are you too? Wonderful, let's babble about how wonderful bacon is, hurr durr.
Trolling is something I critizise a lot. I don't appreciate the art, not even if it's not happening towards me, but how it's done to some people. I for one do it, but in an abnormal and random way, like playing soundboards of Duke Nukem in Call of Duty's Search and Destroy gamemode. You hafta hail to the king or else he'll blow it out your ass! But on the same topic, when people troll, their methods are just annoying as having diarrhea quietly in a public restroom: Insulting people constantly with nothing hurt against you, acting older to signify your actions were just when they weren't and leaving to avoid punishment when you're notably caught, using props and items to an unfair adventage (propblock, proppush, etc.), etc. Really grinds my gears at time and I don't approve of it. But hey, like I said above, it's the internet and it's not always going to be a nice place.
The Teamwork Movement (TWM) aims to bring teamwork oriented players together for the best gaming experience possible.
The Teamwork Movement (TWM) is not a clan, it's an open group of players that anyone can join, as long as they're interested in utilizing teamwork while gaming. TWM participants are encouraged, but not required, to add <TWM> to the end of their name and play on TWM endorsed servers. By adding TWM to the end of your name you're easily recognizable by other TWM participants, so they can engage in teamwork with you; and by playing on TWM endorsed servers you are much more likely to encounter other TWM participants, and have the best gaming experience as a result.
While we encourage TWM members to engage in teamwork regardless of what server they play on, we maintain a list of recommended servers which TWM players frequent. By playing on TWM endorsed servers you are much more likely to play with other TWM participants, resulting in the best gaming experience possible. All TWM endorsed servers go through a rigorous approval process that ensures they are lag-free, popular and well administered. You can find the most up to date list of TWM endorsed servers at the following link:
In addition to the endorsed server list we regularly use the Steam event system to send out notifications of TWM events. Several times throughout the day we'll issue an event alert with a TWM endorsed server's IP, by joining in on those games you get to join a server filled entirely with TWM players -- you'll experience teamwork like you've never experienced before.
So, to recap, all you need to do is (all of these are optional):
- Add <TWM> to the end of your name.
- Play on TWM endorsed servers so you can easily find other teamwork oriented players. The IP for TWM endorsed servers can be found at the "TWM Endorsed Server List" link below.
- Engage in teamwork whenever possible!