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Originally posted by Caestus

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After having been on more than a few teams, as a leader and as a companion to
the team I have noticed some things that will make a successful team. There are
more than a few young ones running around and so perhaps a guide of sorts might
be helpful to them, and certainly for any team they might be a part of in the
future.

Perhaps the items noted below will be of some help to you.

Be polite
This goes a long way in the possibility of being added to the team in the
future. Probably not the best time to best time to RP your disdain for all
other races. Also not the best time to start a conflict with someone else on
the team.

Be reverent
This includes looting. Some team leaders think differently about looting so if
you are not familiar with the team leader it might be good to ask. Also
includes notifying team leader of your need to depart. More on that in the next
section.

Be Safe
Leaving team without warning, in certain areas, can and most likely will get
you killed. Not every area is safe like Sparkle (with the notable exception on
the Giants area). It will only distract or slow down the team if suddenly you
go missing. This includes <home>. Most, if not all, team leaders dont like
to lose someone to LARS. Help them out by being safe.

Be Attentive
Being on a team is an opportunity also to learn about the donut, your team,
weapons, skills, and plenty of other things. Try to learn something new each
time you are on a team. If you are absent while visiting the nether for a
while it might be possible you will find you are at the Church when you come
back, or maybe not.

Remember why you are on a team. Its a great way to explore the realms, make
some xp, and possibly make a few new friends.

Caestus~
Heart of the Dragon
After having been on more than a few teams, as a leader and as a companion to
the team I have noticed some things that will make a successful team. There are
more than a few young ones running around and so perhaps a guide of sorts might
be helpful to them, and certainly for any team they might be a part of in the
future.

Perhaps the items noted below will be of some help to you.

Be polite
This goes a long way in the possibility of being added to the team in the
future. Probably not the best time to best time to RP your disdain for all
other races. Also not the best time to start a conflict with someone else on
the team.

Be reverent
This includes looting. Some team leaders think differently about looting so if
you are not familiar with the team leader it might be good to ask. Also
includes notifying team leader of your need to depart. More on that in the next
section.

Be Safe
Leaving team without warning, in certain areas, can and most likely will get
you killed. Not every area is safe like Sparkle (with the notable exception on
the Giants area). It will only distract or slow down the team if suddenly you
go missing. This includes <home>. Most, if not all, team leaders dont like
to lose someone to LARS. Help them out by being safe.

Be Attentive
Being on a team is an opportunity also to learn about the donut, your team,
weapons, skills, and plenty of other things. Try to learn something new each
time you are on a team. If you are absent while visiting the nether for a
while it might be possible you will find you are at the Church when you come
back, or maybe not.

Remember why you are on a team. Its a great way to explore the realms, make
some xp, and possibly make a few new friends.

Caestus~
Heart of the Dragon


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