Fenrir is a faction dedicated to those with an independent spirit and diverse play style. Whether your passion is PvP or BGS, there’s a role in Fenrir for you. Tailored for pilots who want to join a community yet remain independent of large-scale factions, the rules of Fenrir are few, but concrete: no griefing and no combat-logging.
PvP is a faction specialty, however. Named for the Norse deity Fenrir, the enraged wolf chained in darkness until his wrath can be let loose in Midgard, the pilots of Fenrir know how to handle themselves in a fight – and, if need be, are capable of unleashing full-blown Hell if called to war.
Fenrir is a faction of passion. Our ardor is sustained by a desire for a free and unfettered community. As such, we are governed by few stipulations. Nonetheless, what bridges us as a faction are our ideals. We take pride in ourselves, and we take pride in the community at large. In consideration of the foregoing, three primary directives shall be established suiting the purpose of enriching the community.
Combat logging is absolutely, without question, forbidden. Combat logging is indicative of weakness, cowardice, and a lacking in moral fibre. We will not fly alongside combat loggers.
Griefing is a broader term that must be broached with common sense. We will not tolerate the griefing. This does not mean you cannot engage in combat with other players within the respects of the game (such as in a Community Goal, Conflict Zone, or enemy Faction), this simply means you shall not prey upon the weak simply to feed a sadistic ego. Pilots of Fenrir should take pride in permitting their opponents a level playing field. Think before you act.
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