Hey Facepunch. It seems like the only thing that Rust is known for so far is free for all PVP and hastily made cubes. But I want to see if it is feasible to work together and create a functional village. After chatting with some players in game, there seems to be a lot of support, so i’m making this thread to keep everything organized.
At this point you probably have your doubts, so let me get into the specifics.
-This is NOT going to be done on a whim, it will be carefully coordinated and everybody will have a role to play. The principle idea of this is division of labor, meaning that villagers will be split up into Soldiers/Gatekeepers, Builders, Gatherers, and Coordinators. If everyone does their assigned role, we will be miles ahead of noobs with rocks.
-In order for this to work, villagers have to have discipline. To join, you MUST have: A working mic, teamspeak, a good internet connection, and must be available when we start. You must also understand that not everybody will be able to be a Coordinator or a Builder, but if there is a vacancy in one of those spots, we will pick the most qualified person from any other role. And if you’re familiar with this game, you should know that sometimes you have to grind for materials, and it wont always be exciting.
-Even though you will be assigned roles, i will make sure everyone gets input, we can have a sort of vote system to ensure this.
-Because i don’t know how much support there will be, I haven’t set a date for this yet. I want to do that after we get at least 15-20 committed players.
THIS IS WHAT WE NEED:
-15-20 Committed, criteria-meeting players.
-A Teamspeak server
-A date where the majority of players including myself can get on, i will probably leave this to a vote
And lastly, NONE OF THIS IS SET IN STONE I want to hear what you have to say, i’m sure there is a million ways to make this better and there are definitely flaws I’ve overlooked.
So if you’re interested, please tell me below/ask questions and bookmark this thread, I will be jotting down more ideas soon and I want to hear yours.