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The WAR Community Promotion Initiative

February 20, 2009

Now that’s a mouthful. The WAR Community Promotion Initiative (WCPI) is a program started by the awesome people at Warhammer Alliance. The concept is simple – become a part of the intiative, promote other members of the initiative and get promoted by others in the initiative. It’s an excellent way to discover other sites, blogs, and people in the WAR community while making yourself known at the same time. A symbiotic relationship between the internet and the community, man and machine, tentacle and orifice… wait.

Why don’t we kick things off with something a little closer to home? Enter the Casual Community WAR Experiment. It involves a hapless PhoenixRed rolling a character and playing it purely on the whim and opinions of the WHA community. From the character’s race, career, playing time and play style – you determine how Fergalicious Fergsilirlis lives his life in WAR.

The people have spoken and they have decreed that Fergie should be played not more than an hour a day… Wow, that’s 5 hours more than what I log.

So far, Fergie’s been in the service for 7 hours and most of his screenshots were face first on the floor.

Not a good sign.

People in Skull Throne also didn’t want much to do with Fergie. Unless if it involved short shorts. Is this the sorry state that Archmages are in? Will they be doomed to a life of ridicule and bath robes? What will happen to Fergie? Keep tabs on the Casual Community WAR Experiment and find out.

Drop by the WHA and read more about the WCPI.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. flintlocks permalink
    February 21, 2009 10:16 pm

    “become a part of the intiative, promote other members of the initiative and get promoted by others in the initiative.”

    Sounds like link farming πŸ˜‰

  2. February 21, 2009 10:41 pm

    That’s a harsh way to put it. There’s a lot more to the initiative than links. πŸ™‚

  3. flintlocks permalink
    February 24, 2009 11:58 am

    Naw, didn’t mean to be harsh; just cynical πŸ™‚

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