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  1. Anyone can join. http://steamcommunity.com/groups/stciba
  2. With SC 3.0 being played out and everyone waiting for 3.1 to drop, several of us have been hitting World of Warships (WOW) pretty hard these past couple months. I wanted to join a clan but preferred to hang out here on Imperium/Star Citizen Base TeamSpeak with my homies rather than go somewhere else for WOW clan battles. Sooooo, I dropped $14 bucks yesterday and created an UNOFFICIAL Imperium/Star Citizen Base World of Warships Clan just for us. I figured it would be a good avenue for those interested in playing WOW to come and play with us and perhaps end up joining Imperium in the end. I'll gladly hand over the reigns to the CLAN at any point if someone in the higher ranks of Imperium prefers it to be managed by Imperium Admin. It's pretty much casual play right now and even if you aren't interested in playing Clan battles, simply joining will give you advantages in game with XP multipliers and other various advantages. So by joining and then even playing solo, you'll be contributing towards the Clan's income and it will afford the Clan to progress and grow. So please join if you are a WOW player! To find and join the clan: Go to your PORT and once their look for your "CLAN" tab at the very top of the screen....just below BATTLE and to the right. Once in the CLAN area, do a search for IMPERIUM-STAR CITIZEN BASE and click on application/apply. You'll be approved as soon as one of the other several members' fires up their WOW client and sees the pending application. The Clan Tag is [-IMP-].
  3. We are happy to announce that we are now accepting members of the Starcitizenbase community forum as affiliate members. For a long time we have required anyone joining Imperium to set us to their primary org and enforced this rule to the best of our ability. Now that is changing. In order to be considered a full Imperium member you are required to set Imperium as your main org on RSI. Anyone that has Imperium as an affiliate will be considered a SCB Affiliate and not a full member of Imperium as the Affiliate name suggests. This decision has been discussed and thought out over a long period, we feel this change will help in the long term by allowing us to retain more people interested in Imperium while still having our Core Imperium members. That said, how does one become an SCB Affiliate? The process is similar in joining to becoming a Full Imperium member. Step 1: own a https://forums.starcitizenbase.com/ account. Step 2: Apply to Imperium on RSI and include your scb account and specify Imperium member or SCB Affiliate. “https://forums.starcitizenbase.com/profile/1222-shane/ SCB Affiliate” You may switch from an Imperium member to an SCB affiliate and visa versa if certain criteria are meet such as appropriate RSI Main org status on your account. To do this simply get in contact with an member of HR. Once done, we will process you into the Org and that's it! We welcome you to join us on our discord to socialize and participate in our weekly star citizen events. If any new SCB Affiliate is seen attempting to represent Imperium in a bad manner please contact a member of Imperium HR as all SCB Affiliates will still be required to follow a small set of rules. See you in the ‘verse.
  4. Hello, I'm interested in Jump Point Vol 1 & 2 hardcover preferably not open but will look at anything. As for rare skins I'm interested in AMD Omega or anything else that may be brought up.
  5. Do you like to pew pew? Do you like to go fast? Do you like to cap the core? If you answered yes to any of these questions and enjoy the leader board ranking system of Arena Commander, then show off your accomplishments and standings by posting your own rankings in this thread. Post your screenshots and compare your mettle to other top pilots within Imperium and the SCB community. We hope this creates a great atmosphere for members to improve their skills along side their fellow pilots while showing off your accomplishments at the same time! So what are you waiting for? Start posting your standings! Useful Links: Didn’t find what you are looking for? Check the below threads for additional information: Arena Commander Tips: Click here Imperium Racing: Click here
  6. What the hell is this? Randomly came across it while googling something http://starcitizenbase.de/
  7. Hello @Imperium Member's we are happy to announce that the new Imperium website is now up and running. We hope you'll like and share it with your friends. We hope that this will be another great recruitment tool! Aside from the recruitment features, you'll also find an upcoming events section, merchandise shop and contact page. Before you have a look you should know that @Leonn was a huge contributor to building the site and he deserves much of the credit! I also wanted to thank everyone who pitched in time and energy to help test, review, create assets for, and otherwise dedicated their personal time to help us with this project. IMPERIUM.SC
  8. Hello, I'm new to the organization, but not to the game. I've been around Star Citizen for quite some time now and keep up with its development as much as possible. As of right now I am the proud owner of 4 ships, most notably being the Idris-P and RSI Polaris. I have a wealth of gaming and real world experience and hope to be a valuable asset to this organizations growth. In the real world I served in the US Army from 2010-2016 as a Military Police officer and I currently work for the Department of Homeland Security. So I'm no stranger to the chain of command and I'm perfectly willing to follow an order to the letter without hesitation. I am very enthusiastic about become more involved in Imperiums activities and hope to get to know some of you quite well as time goes on. o7
  9. Found the Imperium teamspeak server like this. Congratulations.
  10. If you enjoy these forums go up-vote the crap out of the Star Citizen Community Hub posting and let others know about this great sub-community!! https://robertsspaceindustries.com/community/deep-space-radar/37-Star-Citizen-Base-Star-Citizen-Fan-Site EDIT: Currently only available to concierge members and subscribers. Soon to be open to everyone! EDIT2: AVAILABLE TO ALL!!!
  11. Another Meeting done - and here's the notes! We sadly don't record these, but with these handy notes, you'll know enough to be dangerous around the community! Feel free to share with the folks that missed it Imperium Flight Events Thursdays at 2100 UTC and Sundays at 1800 UTC Planetside Twosdays Every Tuesdays and Fridays - check Teamspeak for the folks playing Team Fortress 2 Night Saturdays at 2200 UTC Team Building Games Overwatch up for Pre-Order - $40 for PC - $60 for Consoles Arma 3 - Ricko's going to create a event / group to have fun in Arma 3! Get in touch if you are interested! Community Content Creators: Death Flight (by a few monkeys) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOBnaxpHrpA @missionAvs - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFlloCjMDcIThanks to that, Mission AVS gets himself a $25 gift card - get in touch with me monkey! MVP: OSTIA - https://forums.starcitizenbase.com/topic/17819-preparing-for-20/#comment-305715 Social Media - Support us there! Imperium Twitter - https://twitter.com/imperium Imperium Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/imperiumfleet
  12. (Warning: Feels) (also turned out to be pretty long) I want to tell you guys a little story about me. Nothing in particular has brought this on, it’s not a response to some drama, it’s just sometimes helpful to me to get things down in words, and I want to share this with you guys. I’m 33 - 34 in a couple of weeks - and I’ve always been a very stereotypical gaming geek, so to speak. That is to say, a bit of a loner. I’m an only child, so as a kid I had to make my own fun, and I was really good at it, and I found ways to amuse myself that would’ve sounded boring or strange to most people. As an example, I’d host massive CPU vs CPU tournaments in fighting games, and call the action like a color commentator. Imagination has always been important to me, and to this day I love nothing more than to lose myself in another world, exploring and discovering things that are, generally, infinitely more exciting and interesting than the mundane world around me. RPGs and graphic adventures became a staple of my youth and my love for both genres has continued to this day. Wing Commander was present in my childhood, but to be honest it wasn’t a huge part of it. I played a number of games in the series, but I don’t think I ever finished one. I’ve never been very good at games that require speed and precision, even in my younger days. I suppose that’s why, today, I’m much more likely to play something like Euro Truck Simulator 2 than Counter-Strike. And yeah, if you’ve ever heard me talk about Star Citizen, you know my interests are firmly rooted in the industrial side of the game than in combat. I don’t mind mixing it up a bit here and there, and I’m really looking forward to being part of capital ship operations, but dogfighting and marine actions are never going to be my bread and butter. The great thing is, Star Citizen will provide plenty for both playstyles. I’ve never been part of a group like Imperium, or a community like SCB. I’ve always shied away from larger groups, even online, and I doubt any of the forum communities I’ve been a part of would know my name if asked. There are forums I’ve been a member of for years and years and my post count might still be in the triple digits. I lurk and read and tend not to be very active, and it’s always been that way. I don’t usually “put myself out there” and become a central part of any community I’m a part of. And it’s not because I’m too busy or have other things going on that make my participation in online communities less likely. As a rule, I don’t. I have more online friends than “real” ones - is there a difference any more? Not sure. I don’t go out drinking, I don’t go to clubs, I don’t... do things. I wouldn’t classify myself as anti-social, really - I don’t mind people, but I don’t seek them out either. I go to the movies, by myself. I go out to eat, by myself. I’m not particularly lonely, at least I don’t think I am, largely because I do have a number of close friends online. What seems like a lifetime ago, I met one of my closest friends playing Asheron’s Call. Together he and I later moved to World of Warcraft, and there I met the people I still play that game with today. We’re a small group, less than fifty perhaps, but we’re extremely tight-knit and truly enjoy each others’ company. I heard others in WoW talk about being in huge guilds with hundreds of people, and the drama that would go on between the members, and I wanted to yell at them, “You’re doing it wrong!” I valued - no, value - what I have there, and perhaps that closeness continued to lead me to avoid larger communities. The drama, the uncertainty, the tension… why deal with that? Plus, with my general lack of social forwardness, I’d just be one tiny cog in a huge machine, unknown and ignored, and who wants that? I was content. My friendships were limited in number but close and strong. I might not be the best example of a well adjusted human being, socially speaking, but I was doing fine. Then Star Citizen happened. I was among the first to sign up for more information on the new Chris Roberts PC project (Citizen Number 749 - yes, I’ll boast about that any chance I get) due to seeing a post on one of the gaming forums on which I typically lurk within hours of the original announcement. As is usual for me, I stayed to the fringes to begin with. I read, I watched those first videos come out, I absorbed all the information I could. And as I saw what CIG was going to do with Star Citizen, that it wasn’t just going to be a new Wing Commander but a high fidelity, highly detailed sci-fi MMO, I became very interested. And when it became clear that it wasn’t even just that, that it would become one of the most detailed and immersive sci-fi universes ever created, I knew that was a world I wanted to live in. I had to be a part of it. And I knew that to get the most of it I would have to find a new community, as well. I looked at some of the smaller groups, shying away from the large organizations, as usual. I thought about starting my own, and trying to bring in as many friends from WoW and other sources as I could. But then I realized that I had an opportunity to do something different this time, to get in on the ground floor and that in this game in particular, the benefits of being in a large, well run organization would be high. The support structure provided by a large group, both economically and combat-wise, would play a huge factor in the game. So, maybe I’d try something different. I looked at the organization recruitment forums, and found Imperium. The graphics, the structure, and hey they’ve got their own site, too. Pretty awesome. I’ll give them a try… if it doesn’t work out I can always wander away and do something else, right? After all, I’ll just be a tiny cog in their giant machine. Wouldn’t even notice. This month it’s been two years since I applied to join Imperium. I didn’t have any big plans. I wasn’t going to come in and “be somebody.” I didn’t know what would happen, because organizations this size are exactly what I’ve always avoided, and I didn’t know how I would fit in, or if I would at all. What I didn’t expect was to find somewhere I felt at home. I started lurking on the forums, as usual - and I still read a lot more than I post. I started spending more and more time on TS, meeting new people, making friends here and there. Playing games with people. Even avoiding the crowded lobbies in TS, I began to make a few real friends. And I realized that if I it wanted to, this had the potential to really be a place I belonged. In the two years I’ve been in Imperium, I’ve gone from someone who didn’t know any of you and rarely posted or spoke up, to someone who works closely with our leadership to craft the official statements and documents that form the direction of our whole organization. Someone who, as a T&I Specialist, has a voice in an area I’m passionate about. Someone who leads a unit of like-minded folks. Someone who appears on not one but two online radio shows every week, in front of an ever-expanding audience of Star Citizen fans. All of that is because of the people here, and the comfortable, friendly environment our leaders have created. Imperium (and SCB) feels like something I’m a part of, now, not just something I’m looking in on from the outside. To be honest, I’ve never really had that before, not on this scale. At times I might get quiet, or distracted, but I feel like a part of this group in a way that is new to me. You guys provide something that I’ve never really had before, and that’s a real place in a community. Somewhere I belong. Somewhere they notice when I’m not around. I guess I’ve said all that to say this: Thanks, Imperium. Thanks for having me. I’m looking forward to the years to come. - Zhane
  13. Two new themes are now available. Another dark and one light option.
  14. Hello! I am a new member of these forums, and hopefully once my application has been processed, of the Imperium organisation. I have been a backer of Star Citizen since 2013, with a Rear Admiral package to my name. I intend to be an explorer primarily in the PU, though I fully intend to dabble in other professions too. I've recently become a tad more active on the RSI forums, and in the meantime I run a weekly Star Citizen related news publication called "Citizen's Journal" over at http://www.savecontinue.com/ . I invite you to check it out! Glad to be on board!
  15. thebase.sc Listen to the StarCitizenBase Round Table - A talk show about discussing / theorycrafting Star Citizen subjects - to get the chance to win a Hull-A! We have lots of interesting topics lined up for you! Today at 2100 UTC - 1700 Eastern - 1400 Pacific See the schedule at thebase.sc/schedule
  16. Here's a sneak peek at an additional skin soon to be offered here at Star Citizen Base. The original and current skin will be left as the default, this will be offered as an alternative.
  17. Randomly decided to check how we rank for a couple keywords. The Keyword "Star Citizen" we rank #1 result on page 2. Not bad. The Keyword "Star Citizen Forum" we rank #1 on page 1. Even above the official RSI Forum, kinda crazy
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