What’s The Worst That Could Happen?

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I think the best time to send a place into chaos is generally right around the time I’m leaving for vacation and by the time I get back things will have settled down or everyone is dead. Either way, win-win.

That is why I have completely liquidated the entire Squad. Both on the blog and on the forums. On the forums, however, I have left the basic moderation team in place just for the sake of keeping things running.

What does this mean? Well, if you were once on the Squad, now you’re not. Why is that? Lately, I’ve actually been feeling really lame about PoB, to be honest. No one posts on the blog, no one makes comics, etc. So, why would you be in a Squad completely based on that? No, I’ve decided to start clean. Go back to the good ol’ days when it was just me. For now.

This is also due to my recent change in opinion on what PoB is going to be in the future. A heavier focus on well-written articles, news, little things like Deus Ex Machinima; and since Gmod comics are becoming few and far between, a lesser dedication to trying to drag it along. I will be opening Sign Up’s back up soon. They’re not going to be looking for the same thing. They’re going to be looking for active members looking to continue to be active and benefit PoB as a whole.

Now, to previous Squad members, don’t feel discouraged. You are just as likely to get back on the Squad as someone else trying to sign up. As long as you’re active.

Applications are up.

3 Responses to “What’s The Worst That Could Happen?”

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