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Welcome to =DoM= Destruction of Militants

Welcome to =DoM= Destruction of Militants

 

 

 

History

 

Founded in 2002, around Counter Strike in 2005 we shifted to the fantastic offering from EA and Dice, Battlefield 2. The clan has remained a constant through the battlefield franchise, offering servers for BF2, BC, BF3, BC2, BF4 and now BF Hardline. The servers all come with the name “Newbieland” as this is our home grounds, where we come to kill newbs. Even experienced players who are new to our “Newbieland” take a moment to acclimate to the competitive and intense gameplay.

 

 

Mission

 

We strive to make our server a competitive place to play, frequently focusing our primary server on one map, and one game mode. Our BF3 server, a TDM server focused around Noshahr Canals which remains populated around the clock to this day, making it difficult to phase out. BF4 is a Conquest Operation Locker server, and fills up every evening full of clan members, regulars and new friends alike. We strive to have this server populated around the clock also.

 

 

Future

 

We are looking to phase out BF3, with the BF4 server running strong, we are recruiting to be able to ensure we have an active presence of members on our servers, with the maximum amount of up time. We are also looking to expand into other games, which have the staying power and fan-base of the Battlefield series. While we tried MOH and Hardline, we felt they just were not up to the =DoM= standard, and those experiments were short lived.

 

 

SERVER SUMMARY

 

=Name: =DoM= NewbieLand

=Voice: TeamSpeak 3 Browse: Battlefield 4 Servers

=Address: 8.6.2.2 Port: 9214 Status: Alive

=Server Manager: =DoM= Mike

 

 

==Name: =DoM= Newbie Land | TDM 24/7 Noshar Canals

=Voice: TeamSpeak 3 Browse: Battlefield 3 Servers

==Address: 8.6.15.216 Port: 25200 Status: Alive

=Server Manager: =DoM= Mike

 

= Join =DoM= NewbieLand Server Hang Out Browse: Battlefield 3/4/1 Servers

 

Now is time to chose Soldier who you going to be.

 



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