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Roberts Space Industries ®

Mongrel Squad / MONGRELSQD

  • Syndicate
  • Regular
  • Piracy
    Piracy
  • Freelancing
    Freelancing

Mongrel Squad is an Internationally crewed pirate Star Citizen organisation that specializes in high risk ship/cargo acquisitions.

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Mongrel Squad’s Guilded Server



History

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April 1st:

Swindled 26 billion aUEC

Members of Mongrel Squad responded to a “Call to Arms” by an individual who wanted to help the SC community “rise up” against piracy. Instead they paid a collective total of 26 Billion aUEC to one of the most notorious pirate organizations to date Anti-Piracy meme .

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June:

Star Marine tutorial competition winners

Mongrel Squad answered the call for the creation of a tutorial that would teach new players how to get into Star Marine. Using our extensive knowledge and experience we blew the competition away with our video; . We also received an honorable mention for our Arena Commander tutorial; .

New years eve:

Operation Black-out at Grim Hex Bar

  • Lives lost: none
  • Casualties: dignity

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The 263 Turf Wars

The Battle of Security Post Kareah

One of the major battles of the 263 Turf Wars that Mongrel Squad was in, was a battle for supremacy at Security Post Kareah. Outnumbered two to one, Mongrel Squad successfully engaged and destroyed their opponents without any losses.

The Battle of Grim Hex

The decisive victory for the Turf Wars. Mongrel Squad successfully pushed their opponents back to Grim Hex where, after a pitched and heated battle, they were able to successfully annihilate their opponents causing devastating losses in equipment, manpower and morale to the point their opponents disengaged from all out war.

Manifesto

Mongrel Squad is an international pirate organisation whose focus is high risk ship/cargo acquisitions. We’re dedicated to becoming disciplined combatants, master strategists and tacticians that use the latest aggressive ‘negotiation’ techniques to achieve our mission goals.

The primary goal is to have fun playing Star Citizen, whilst maintaining a level of organisation and structure that enables us to succeed in difficult situations that casual organisations would fail in.

We value loyal, dedicated and motivated members who are not afraid to get their hands dirty.

We conduct regular events both during the week and on weekends for our members to participate in and stream our pirate adventures on Twitch Tv.

If you have any questions contact us via our Guilded server (links in the description above) and if you like what you see then feel free to apply to join and one of our recruitment officers will get in touch with you.

Charter

These are the rules and expectations as set by the org leader.

  • Follow directions
    First and foremost, you’re joining me, I’m not joining you. This is my organisation, I’m the man with the plan and if you like what you see feel free to sign up. I’ll listen and take on board what my members will say but, I’m the one who will be setting the actual direction for the organisation. So you need to be prepared to follow the direction that is set.
  • Have a pledge package for Star Citizen
    Mongrel Squad is a Star Citizen organisation so you need to have a pledge package for Star Citizen the game to be a member of Mongrel Squad. Having Squadron 42 is not necessary. You also need to have the game installed and up to date to participate in our weekly events.
  • Treat others how you want to be treated
    Everyone in Mongrel Squad is to treat each other with respect. Having a joke is ok so long as it doesn’t become malicious. Anyone caught being malicious to any other member within Mongrel Squad will be answering to the org leader as to why they should be allowed to stay as a member.
  • Participate in our events
    If someone has taken the time to organise an event, you should be making the utmost effort to participate in it. It also helps build comradeship within the organisation.
  • Communicate and be social with other members
    We use Guilded. Everyone needs to have a mic and be able to use it. I understand people being shy to start off with, you don’t need to talk all of the time, but communication is essential.

These rules and expectations can and will be updated as necessary.