Talk:Virtua Ultimo Mo Fo's Turbo Allstars Unlimited

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Virtua Ultimo Mo Fo's Turbo Allstars Unlimited are no longer active. Its group page is preserved for archival purposes. Please do not edit this page. This group was reported inactive on 01:13, 16 September 2010 (UTC) Not Inactive?

A Compliment!

Hello I'm Black Scotty from the ULC and I really like your name. That's all really. Black Scotty 02:47, 27 July 2006 (BST)

Why thank you! Feel free to drop by HQ and try out our arcade boards if you're in the area. --Mr Pauser 01:41, 6 August 2006 (BST)

==Questions==--Season 3 16:18, 11 October 2006 (BST)--Season 3 16:18, 11 October 2006 (BST)

Why are at least 30 characters of your group where created in June 2006? Alone between the 13th and 15th 17+ characters (and that‘s only those which I could find).

0ut of 0rder ArkenMint bassic cokkbeard DJ Chump Doseone Mr Deadmeat equinox code JBlythe kockmoustache Ogden Nut Oscar Zeta Scurrminator Slime002 Subatai Superflyninja Doseone

I cannot see a forum or a community from which your members come, like Something Awful, Warseers or Penny Arcade, which could explain a massive character draft. This I find very suspicious. Character names like Slime007, Slime002, slime013, Scurrminator , the scurrminator, JackRyder, JohnRyder, Melee Scurr, Medic scurr (and they work “very�? close together, trust me I have watched them) doesn’t help the case either. Are you zerg-farmers or only a second-choice faction to stuff some alts in, and if so, from what faction and/or community do your members come from? --Season 3 00:23, 1 August 2006 (BST)

Season 3, greetings from the MoFos. You seem to have gone to a lot of effort to study little old us! I hope you will forgive a rather lengthy answer, but serious accusations require serious explanation.
The MoFos have been 'dormant' for a long time and suddenly experienced a large influx of numbers within a few short weeks, as a result of one member introducing an existing community to the game. A couple of us joined in, talked about what a laugh it was, and the recruitment simply snowballed (which made it a lot of fun!), which is why we gained so many members in a few days. We're very pleased you haven't found the forum our new members originate from, because that gave them time to become familiar with Malton and learn the necessary skills for survival without drawing too much attention to themselves. (We now have a dedicated forum for the MoFos to communicate with each other and Malton, linked from the article page.) Trying to co-ordinate a large number of new players was initially rather difficult, as you may imagine. Our members are not a massive number of alts belonging to a very few people, I assure you that much. We possess several dozen members.
You are correct however that some of our number have suspiciously similar names. Originally some of our new members were unaware zerging was not acceptable, leading to the situation you describe. We do not condone zerging in the sense of alts working together, however we do not prevent our members using multiple characters independently of each other, in separate suburbs, as the game rules permit. Some of these alts adopt the MoFo tag and work elsewhere to spread our (hopefully) good name, some now roam independently, and the rest were left to die off. And I add that we certainly do not allow our members to create massive numbers of 'disposable' characters, in the traditional sense of 'zerging'; this behaviour is expressly forbidden. All those 'slime's, for example, were made by one member in an attempt to create a character near our HQ. Most were left to die off, although a few remain active in other suburbs. (As an aside, I also add that a few characters were named after other members as a joke attempt at stealing their thunder; forum humour, if you will. This only accounts for a very few names though.)
Despite our best efforts at discouragement, some of our numbers (eg the various 'scurr's you mention, whom I have warned personally on several occasions) persist in bringing alts back to the same safehouses to stock up on syringes, FAKs, ammo etc. The destruction of safehouses by the Big Bash has sadly made this all the more tempting for some members in recent weeks. Whenever we see it occurring we ask the offender to finish collecting what they need and move immediately (AP permitting) to another suburb, though inevitably some may be present for hours or even days before we notice. To the best of my knowledge this behaviour was finally stamped out of the final few members within the last fortnight. If you see it occurring, or even worse have evidence of genuine co-operation between alts, I ask you to bring it to our attention as soon as possible. Please use our aforementioned forum for such communication so we can find and deal with it quicker.
I hope that answers all your questions satisfactorily. You are also welcome to make detailed enquires in our forum. We are eager not to be hastily labelled zergers without a fair trial, and will happily solve any genuine problems internally, if we are given the chance.--Mr Pauser 21:49, 5 August 2006 (BST)
read and duly noted! However, the group is on the watchlist. --Season 3 19:04, 20 August 2006 (BST)

Please look into this. This characters: cpt missfired and cpt missfire, are standing only two blocks away and are probably played by the same player.

cpt missfired/Morrish Building cpt missfired

cpt missfire/Giddings Mall cpt missfire

--Season 3 16:18, 11 October 2006 (BST)

Thanks for letting us know rather than calling out the big guns, Season 3. It's greatly appreciated. The captain has been notified, please allow him a day or so to get the message.
I suspect the cause is that his regular NT building is ransacked, leading him to head back to familiar ground for supplies. He's been reminded this is not an excuse, so hopefully it won't happen again. --Mr Pauser 20:01, 11 October 2006 (BST)
Thank you for the cooperation, no report has been filed. However please separate every alt at last 2 suburbs from each other and don’t alt-jump (a technique in which two alts are not together but working on the same task, i.e. one of the alts re-supplies and the other fights – only exchanging places). --Season 3 04:33, 14 October 2006 (BST)

The Great Suburb Group Massacre

Stop hand.png Group Active? Request.
In order to maintain the wiki as an up to date source of information groups are occasionally removed from the Suburb pages when they are no longer active. Is this group still active? If so simply confirm here by writing something below. If not it will be removed from suburb pages in 14 days.

Currently the suburb in question is Spracklingbank but one response to this query will be all that is needed to protect your group link on all suburb pages. I know this is a random request but its for all groups regardless of size. Thank you. --Adavastor 17:29, 31 July 2008 (BST)

Stop hand.png Group Inactive?
No reply has been recieved as to whether this group is still active. The 14 days have passed and as such the groups link has been removed from suburb listings. If the group is again active please feel free to revert these changes

--Pedentic 04:02, 20 August 2008 (BST)

A handful (3-5) of the Turbo Allstars remained active in the Spracklingberg area as of October, 2009. I'm not sure they still are, however. -Fallout11 00:28, 24 January 2010 (UTC)

Great suburb group Massacre 2010

Stop hand.png Group Inactive?
No reply has been recieved as to whether this group is still active. The 14 days have passed and as such the groups link has been removed from suburb listings. If the group is again active please feel free to revert these changes
--Yonnua Koponen Talk ! Contribs 16:36, 28 January 2010 (UTC)

The Turbo Allstars are indeed inactive/defunct, with the last couple of members having apparently departed in summer 2010. The last post on their forum was in 2008. - Fallout11 22:08, 17 September 2010 (BST)

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