Shutsen wrote:I heard I can also join a community (pay around 200 dollars) that provides shelter, water, food, ...?
What you are talking about is joining a camp. Here are three pages of information on joining camps.
I would only want you in my camp if you wanted to be there. And I would expect you to work--in front, either in the bar or in the Doom Dome running interrogations. (Well, not running them, but assisting in same.) For that, you'd be expected to behave as Soviet Army Soldier. And I'd expect you to help behind the scenes with the kitchen and mooping (cleaning up trash) and whatever else it takes to run a camp. Somehow, we'll have a shade structure (the most important part of camp infrastructure, in my view.) Food is done by rotation. Water is provided by individuals themselves.
So, what I'm trying to say, is that it, in most cases, it's not simply a matter of handing over $200. And I wouldn't want you in my camp unless you wanted to be a soviet soldier stranded in the afghan desert. Because in Apokiliptika, we exist to provide experiences to the citizens of BRC, not food to our campers.
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