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The elephant in the room is the DayZ server. What is going to happen to it? I have not been able to make any weekend meetings forever and I apologize for that. I want to be a dedicated member here and I want to know what I can do to either, keep the existing DayZ server going or assemble the few members that are left that enjoy this great game to move to a public server somewhere. Currently a handful of us are playing on a private server called, "Monkeypaw's Loot Barrels Everywhere". The lowdown on the server is this: The admin, "Monkeypaw", dedicates most of his play time to finding barrels, moving said barrels to random locations on the map that relatively easy to find and then fill them with whatever loot he can. The idea is cool and he has had lots of success with it. The server has been very full the last few days since the .62 patch. If anyone is interested in playing there you should hop in TS and get together with us. Another idea I have been pondering over and I would like to speak to the higher ups about is approaching the admin of the server and seeing if they want to partner with UWS. This way we can continue to have a server with our name on it but someone else essentially pays for it and runs it. Monkeypaw has had this server since DayZ started and says that he has the server paid for throughout the year. He just like to keep it running and keep players interested in the game. I feel like the majority of the players in UWS were DayZ players from the get go and this game is a huge reason the group is even in existence. Let me know your thoughts. Msg me on steam or here in this thread.
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