10 Times Gamers Came Together To Do UNBELIEVABLE ThingsMay 31, 2021
Some people do amazing
thingsin games, but what happens when they come
together? hi friends it's falcon and today in game rank 10
timesplayers teamed up in game to do amazing
thingsnumber 10 elite dangerous a cancer patient was crossing the galaxy to get to dove station and nygma what was the Last hey this is what I want to do before you know this guy was battling terminal cancer you can guess so when they got close they found out the station itself had been taken offline there's an exploit that was kind of a problem Created by the devs they ran into and I'll tell you exactly how in a bit but the exploit caused the space stations to shut down by overloading them with unknown artifacts this was not an intended effect and the devs apologized and said sorry it was not our intention for this to happen and we are going to change it, but even before it was changed, the effects were countered by a group of players that transported metaalloys. or the Dove enigma station, which was an item that countered the effects of the exploit, so it
cameback online in time for him to arrive.
Number 9 is the Battle of BR 5rb in EVE Online now EVE Online is a kind of notorious online multiplayer game. where there is such a hands-off approach, very little is regulated, almost everything is more or less player driven and in this case br5 RB was a space station that was ultimately the subject of a 22 hour battle involving over 600 warships and it cost over eleven trillion interstellar credits the currency used in the game if you convert it to real world cash by the way it's about three hundred thousand dollars doesn't seem like much until you think about the fact that it's in EVE Online and in the course of less than a day it costs that amount of money A because you can convert that money into real money and B because ships equipment ammunition and other considerations actually cost in-game money so you spend eleven billion of credits in this massive space battle finally equates to a real amount of physical money, there was actually an attempt to run a bigger battle with more players than even the online servers ea could handle and it ended up being a bunch of people who had trouble even staying logged into the game so while they were trying to spawn a bigger battle it ultimately ended up being too much still the $300k battle was pretty wild right , number eight you know how we said awesome that doesn't necessarily mean good big battles are awesome but what about when people raid funerals specifically in World of Warcraft basically to fool someone who was a pretty avid gamer World of Warcraft and quite well off in a horde guild suffered a stroke and his friends wanted to organize a funeral to say goodbye to his friends being many guild members so they organized it according to how they knew her apparently she liked to fish in the snow and so they made a spring winter funeral and also posted signs and advertisements around the game that d They were saying please leave the participants alone they're here for a funeral that's this but a guild by the name of serenity now was like actually they know what funerals aren't for the game I mean no It's really that convincing of an argument.
I decided to go after people who were doing a funeral and I don't know how to really turn around that there's no good way for that to come out. I mean it's a virtual funeral. It sure isn't real. funeral procession but it's a group of people who have come
togetherto remember that they are actually dead friends yeah that's amazing we got you on an emotional ride today in game number seven is a version of the same theme but with a best result in final fantasy 14 one player was dying which is not good obviously that is not the good element of this story the name in game was codex Valda they were bards level 50 and 29 in life real, they were actually brain dead at the hospital.
He basically stayed alive for the family to say goodbye to. Word of this reached the game world and people started showing up at the free company house on the Gilgamesh server which is where I was playing Codex Valda and people started coming and paying their respects and when I say people I mean . a lot of people, there are a lot of people that come through the Gilgamesh server, but also on other servers, people would line up with lanterns, everyone would kneel down, sit down, pay their respects and, um, just a lot of the People did this and the transmission eventually made it to the hospital room and while the actual person behind the character probably couldn't recognize this, I'm sure it was comforting to see how loved this person was in the game and just how much the person cared. people over someone they don't even know in real life number 6 No Man's Sky players had a war without having any multiplayer I mean this was back in 2017 when people were a little further apart I mean it's not an MMORPG now or anything, but it's less separate than it was back then, civilizations more or less formed, people created alliances, claimed things and put their n ombres in various areas, it was some kind of fake holiday that was found in an item called unification day and it was actually an item that was written by hello games, it had text that was more or less official and was considered as a nod to one of the factions in the game, one of the factions which, again, to be clear, is completely player created, most of this was completely ad-hoc and done by naming things etc etc etc the war that was waged went more or less exactly like this, you can also find news articles detailing the actual diplomatic elements in the game gone wrong. like a real diplomatic multiplayer situation without any of the mechanics to do it so it's actually dizzyingly complex and you can probably read about it for hours it's that kind of interesting number 5 we've talked about players coming together and having a massive war is an EVE Online, let's talk about alliances of a thousand people, in fact, an alliance of 4000 people, specifically a so-called stellar management council, now a lot of people have to come together for something like this to happen, a lot of people have to be agree. to certain specific criteria and the alliance in the game is balanced on trust now there was a guy by the name of the judge who sent a message to the entire organization of the Empire that he is bigger than the Star Management Council to be sure but it said I want to be smug.
You're going to love it. I am the best CSM or diplomat of the Star Management Council. To be clear basically a coalition that he had been building was imploding and someone was getting very self centered so he decided he was just going to take it all and made the message he sent was a little lenient for him to just take it all he took all the money all the possessions all the ships and t his super weapon which just to be clear to non space fiction people his death star type thing just sold. I don't know if this guy got paid.
I don't know if you can collect but I know that was obscene an obscene mugging I mean I really don't know if I have a way to describe how much damage one person could have done but I think the only hope to understand it is to understand that four thousand people they
cametogether to create something that one person took out everything literally the whole number four in elite dangerous there is a scouted area he can go to and beyond that area is the void if he enters the void he keeps entering the void he is basically burning well fuel is great for going further in a vacuum but it's not particularly important of course I'm simplifying a bit there are reasons to do it and a commander named diluvian raised Cruz decided he was going to try and set a record for getting as far far distance from the center r soul but he went a bit too far and ran out of fuel and his character was trapped in the void for three months however there is a group called fuel rats stible which is a dangerous elite group of people finding they are stranded with their ship due to a fuel leak and they rescue them well deluge Ray's Cruise was rescued by them actually it was a 600 hour rescue mission which is basically wild the fuel rats are a bunch of fuel tankers and mechanics that have been organized in the game essentially specifically to help people out which is cool like I don't think there's anything cooler than that in fact no you get nothing doing this i'm sure they get the appreciation of the people and i'm sure they get some things in the game but 600 hours to do a rescue mission which is 600 hours in a virtual world which you definitely don't get they will pay just because you think this is a necessity in this little world we will volunteer to fill it that's awesome awesome people Number three in Guild Wars 2 there was a bug r which honestly was pretty funny where the players arms were up and it looked like you were going around imitating a plane you know like an idiot.
Well, in 2015 they decided that everyone would do that. for the whole day of april 1st that would be their april fool joke and it was great there is footage from this event where everyone is running around looking like an absolute fool. With everyone making the plane some people didn't like it because they wanted to play but most people played along and there were a lot of great community moments and I would definitely recommend watching the video for song number two of making the plane. a man was having a seizure in VR chat which if you know what VR chat is is basically a VR 3D meme and instead of everyone making jokes and being silly about it, they actually took it to heart and we are trying to get a hold of him trying to find out if there was anything they could do if there was anything that could help at a time when people were trying to get people away with flashing LED colors from the person who had the seizure just in case it's something that can start the seizure and only one person actually tried to be a jerk they tried to sit on the person who was having the seizure and basically took them off real quick obviously the video is kind of of heroin in the beginning but once you get past the opening event and see that people really care it's a really moving video and first of all a small group of j Players spent seven years trying to get into a cinematic room in Halo Reach now when I say this is awesome this is something it's just there's a fifteen minute video that unless you watch the whole thing you don't understand exactly how wild it is this, now there is a scene in Halo Reach where there is a room that no one ever sees during the course of the game this small group of players got together and developed an elaborate series of moves that allowed them to charge and charge D and disappear and respawn and platform through a bunch of ghosts that are vehicles for people who are uninitiated in the Halo universe that would be left in a void when the maps loaded I mean I can't even describe exactly how it's like you're literally jumping off ghost in ghost to overcome a death barrier to enter a room that exists nowhere and that's the only goal that's all they did it's just that they wanted to do something that was impossible and they did it and while it might not sound like an interesting thing to see people do a series of elaborate choreographed maybe totally crazy moves to get into a movie theater it's really worth it like i'm not going to tell you it's going to change your life because it's not, but it's amazing and a quick bonus point that people basically made a football manager into an actual manager of a football team in France Julian UPenn, the head of the team, set it up so that two thousand people democratically choose everything about actual soccer games that soccer for americans exactly the same way you would if you were playing soccer. manager which is totally wild it's literally done through an app it basically makes the real football game a football game and a lot of people play it.
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