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#1 Mathijs

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Posted 23 March 2016 - 07:04 PM

Attention BFME Online players!

 

 

We have a big Discord chat server, please join https://discord.gg/QezNqAs
if you are looking for players!

 

 

Older communities (not run by us):

A community Skype group, like the popular BFME2 server group, has been founded for BFME1!

It's a great way to find players, so if you enjoy playing on T3A:Online, make sure to join the BFME1 T3A 1.06 Community group by following the link below:

https://join.skype.com/q37kX9WtrByq


Edited by ICT, 31 December 2017 - 01:37 PM.
Update with Discord link

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#2 cRaZy-bisCuiT

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Posted 24 July 2017 - 02:03 PM

Is this group still being used actively since discord exists?



#3 ICT

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Posted 24 July 2017 - 02:08 PM

I'm not sure... Mathijs?


"To know what question we may reasonably propose is in itself a strong evidence of sagacity or intelligence. For if a question be in itself incongruous and begs for uncalled-for answers, it holds, sometimes, besides embarrassing the proposer, the disadvantage to seduce the unguarded listener into giving absurd answers, and we are presented with the ridiculous spectacle of one (as the ancients said) milking the he-goat, and the other holding a sieve beneath."


#4 ICT

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Posted 31 December 2017 - 01:35 PM

This is not used anymore as far as I know.

We have a big Discord server, please join https://discord.gg/QezNqAs
if you are looking for players!


"To know what question we may reasonably propose is in itself a strong evidence of sagacity or intelligence. For if a question be in itself incongruous and begs for uncalled-for answers, it holds, sometimes, besides embarrassing the proposer, the disadvantage to seduce the unguarded listener into giving absurd answers, and we are presented with the ridiculous spectacle of one (as the ancients said) milking the he-goat, and the other holding a sieve beneath."





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