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October 9, 2021; Fatality massed up peaking at around 37 members for our weekly F2P Trip. We would like to emphasize how Fatality continues to call for pure vs. pure fights only, and that we continue to fight with pures only in the hopes of other clans having strong enough leadership to do the same.
There were no clans that accepted our invitation for a clear 1 vs. 1 fight today, despite having similar or slightly less opts. Having clean, uninterrupted 1 vs. 1s are our highest priority as it allows members of both clans to have an enjoyable experience, win or lose. Since no clans accepted against us, our only other option to have fun in the wilderness is to join in on other clans fighting each other.
We began our trip by taking on both Terror and Rage at Sperm hill, who were fighting each other. They wisely teamed on us and tried to take us out, but were only partially successful at the beginning of the fight. Below is an example of Terror members spamming "Fi fully cleared" despite clearly having over a dozen members still in multi.
After pretending our remaining members weren't there, the two clans went back to fighting each other, while we continued to attack back and gain a bulk of our returners. We rejoined the fight and pushed both clans from Sperm hill to Corp, where both clans ran to singles at Graveyard. Rage attempted to re-hit us from below Corp, but one melee push was enough for them to run back to singles. We claimed our win and logged out as both clans were pushed to singles and were no longer able to continue the fight in multi.
After regrouping, we then attacked both clans again at Bandits, alongside Fearless, who were hiding in singles at the time of rush. We pushed the clans to singles fairly quickly this time, as the first round showed how even a 2v1 was not enough to take us out. At the same time, Apex logged in and chased Rage down to the castle, where we followed and once again forced both clans to run to singles and fight each other in singles. We soon left after mains and other clans, such as Fo, showed up in Apex capes, a continuing example of the failed leadership at Fo headquarters. Perhaps one day they will be brave enough to wear their own capes and be proud of doing so, but until then, they continue to bleed green to our amusement.
We ended our trip after learning that Supremacy was walking inside bandits by themselves with a broken compass leading their group. We simply logged in and caught them off guard, forcing them to immediately run and log. At least they were strong enough to wear their own capes.