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@  The Icarus (Wed 18 Jul 18 - 18:08) Doing a 36H charity stream
@  CAESAR (Thu 19 Jul 18 - 05:56) Good effort in training last night guys! Similar exercises to follow!
@  Shlee (Thu 19 Jul 18 - 09:14) good stuff, enjoying going through the basics again with Vill
@  KIMBO-MK-1 (Thu 19 Jul 18 - 13:47) Nice to see someone finally putting a stop to Riott at the end on the parade line :D
@  Andrews (Thu 19 Jul 18 - 13:48) Welcome to the Reality Gaming Task Force Edifiki. View Edifiki's Profile
@  Andrews (Thu 19 Jul 18 - 14:09) Altis in RL https://v.redd.it/aa...va11/DASH_600_K
@  CAESAR (Thu 19 Jul 18 - 14:56) Did you see that or were you stuffing your face still? :lol:
@  KIMBO-MK-1 (Thu 19 Jul 18 - 16:36) Just about finished in time to see it :)
@  Obi (Thu 19 Jul 18 - 21:22) For the SW fans out there
@  The Icarus (Fri 20 Jul 18 - 14:59) I'll be damned. Disney made a good decision bringing the show back, finally...
@  Reti4 (Fri 20 Jul 18 - 15:37) As a hardcore EU fan, I have my issues with Clone Wars. But I love certain aspects of it, and regardless it's a damn sight better than anything they've put out since it was canceled.
@  Obi (Fri 20 Jul 18 - 17:00) Rebels is superior.
@  Obi (Fri 20 Jul 18 - 17:11) But dont get me wrong, I love CW.
@  Painmace (Fri 20 Jul 18 - 22:48) Rebels was trash compared to Clone Wars
@  Andrews (Sat 21 Jul 18 - 09:06) Welcome to the Reality Gaming Task Force gwilddozen. View gwilddozen's Profile
@  Obi (Sat 21 Jul 18 - 15:07) How so Painmace? I'm guessing you stopped watching three episodes deep lol. Rebels put CW in the dirt by the end of the first season.
@  Painmace (Sat 21 Jul 18 - 22:18) Iv seen all of both, Clone Wars was a must better story, characters and character development. Also Rebels have tooned down on all the “dark stuff”/reality feel. The last episodes that never got finished wouls have been epic
@  Obi (Sun 22 Jul 18 - 01:00) I respectfully disagree on it toning down the dark stuff. It was on par if not above in regards to keeping the tone. Tarkin's introduction alone solidified that with the execution of those folks (this was s1 too). Then Vader's stuff and beyond to Maul. Which episodes are you talking about were unfinished?
@  Obi (Sun 22 Jul 18 - 01:05) Aside from that, CW didn't pick up its character development and well done story lines until after two seasons or so and even still it was rocky. The last two seasons were beyond epic, especially dealing with Ashoka's removal from the Order and the clones finding the bio-chips...but Rebels had LOADS of development and a story that was able to flow muchhhh more into itself unlike CW (to no fault of its own). I mean, look at Ezra S1 to S4....look at any of the characters really.
@  Andrews (Sun 22 Jul 18 - 04:59) Welcome to the Reality Gaming Task Force PhoebeRymi. View PhoebeRymi's Profile

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Fireteam Dussack

Within RG, I’m second-in-command of fireteam Dussack (previously fireteam Cutlass), the senior fireteam in second platoon.

The fireteam consist of the following members:
Sgt.Mars – Fireteam Leader,
Cpl.Helios – Fireteam 2IC,
PFC.Derby – Marksman,
PFC.Sushi – Anti-tank soldier,
PFC.Veged – Automatic Rifleman,
Pvt. Ahlstroem– Grenadier,
PFC BlackQwar and Pvt.Kiwi as reserves.

Together, we’re a real mean killing machine able to complete all objectives.

Helios was the personification of the Sun in Greek mythology. He is the son of the Titan Hyperion with various mothers and brother of the goddesses Selene, the moon, and Eos, the dawn.

Helios was described as a handsome god crowned with the shining aureole of the Sun, who drove the chariot of the sun across the sky each day to earth-circling Oceanus and through the world-ocean returned to the East at night. In the Homeric hymn to Helios, Helios is said to drive a golden chariot drawn by steeds and Pindar speaks of Helios's "fire-darting steeds". Still later, the horses were given fiery names: Pyrois, Aeos, Aethon, and Phlegon.

As time passed, Helios was increasingly identified with the god of light, Apollo. However, in spite of their syncretism, they were also often viewed as two distinct gods (Helios was a Titan, whereas Apollo was an Olympian). The equivalent of Helios in Roman mythology was Sol, specifically Sol Invictus.


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