Join Live WithOut Fear (LWOF) Today!

LWOF_BrOkenArrowLWOF_BrOkenArrow Posts: 378Player
edited February 2019 in Units (Clans)
(Revised 12/10/2018)

Live WithOut Fear (LWOF) is a clan which has existed for a couple of years now, since 2013. We've been relatively in-active these past few months but are currently trying to become more "active". With that said, we are actively seeking out recruits who are interested in joining our ranks and increasing our presence in AA:PG (America's Army: Proving Grounds).

Persons interested in joining can message an official representative (see below), where they can then receive any further information, and try out for a spot in the clan/team. In order to be accepted you must pass the clan qualification exam (see below)

Our Clan has a skill rating system which hasn't changed much over the years. The skill-rating ranks are as follows (from highest to lowest):

Stylish Sage (SS) - You are extremely familiar with all maps and modes, and know a variety of tactics. You are capable of reacting swiftly to any situation that you may face, and often plan ahead and try to "predict" the enemy's movements. You have a sense of what to do and when to do it , given the current situation at hand.

Sage (S) - Similar to SS only these traits are less in degree.

Advanced Player (A) - Similar to S only these traits are less in degree

Intermediate (B) - You have an overall understanding of each objective/game mode, and can generate an idea of where an enemy might travel given the current map/situation. You know basic tactics but you may struggle in situations where things don't go as planned.

Casual Player [C] - You play the game occasionally and/or don't think much about what you do, nor do you try to anticipate how the enemy might act or react. You know little techniques, if any.

Dunce [D] - Same as a C rank but in greater degree

Freaking New Guy (FNG) or [F] - You have no idea how to play the game, and may want to try a game that requires no effort (minecraft)

Keep in mind that these skill-ratings are not specific to this or any other game. For the most part, these ratings can be applied to just about any game out there that requires thinking. LWOF isn't just focused on AA:PG, however I wouldn't mind having a branch of LWOF that is.



In LWOF we understand that our members have lives of their own, and that they may not always be able to participate in clan activities due to stuff they have going on in real life.

Because of this belief -- we have a very lenient inactivity policy. If you go 14 days without partaking in any clan activities you are considered "inactive". After 30 days, you are no longer considered to be officially part of the clan. This doesn't mean you're kicked out, just means I won't mention your name on rosters.

Recruits (persons who've been in the clan for less than 30 days) have a more strict policy of 7 days inactivity , which results in immediate dismissal in most cases.

Other Rules

All members get first priority in parties and lobbies hosted by fellow LWOF members -- unless a CB, scrim, or tournament is taking place. This means if a party your hosting is full, but has a few non LWOF in it -- you must kick them out to make room.

For Additional Info just msg on PSN, LWOF_BrOkenArrow or Alyn911

Clan Qualification Exam

The Clan qualification exam is a test administered to potential recruits by official LWOF Team Representatives with a skill rating of SS. It is a test which not only determines one's eligibility into the clan but also their individual skill rating. The current CQE consists of two parts: Acceptance phase and Skill-Evaluation phase. The acceptance phase consists of a few public matches where one's performance is observed and then a "yes" or "no" decision after discussion among fellow LWOF members. The Skill-Evaluation phase can last several days as members evaluate your consistency regarding your performance.

In order to be accepted you must meet the criteria for a C rank. After that: Your skill rating will reflect your overall ability in public matches and in scrims. Poor performance in CBs, and Tournaments can severely lower your Skill Rating, while high performance can do the opposite.

Practice is essential. In order to become better at a trade or technique - you must practice, practice, and practice, and until you cannot possibly get it wrong ( LWOF's view on Professionalism). The prerequisite to having a uniform and highly coordinated team is practice -- training all of the individual members who will form the chain, the bond which if strong will enough will hold even when the greatest of challenges are hurdled at it. LWOF accomplishes this through Drill Rehearsal


History: We've been on the PS3 playing Uncharted 3 for years, but as time progressed we've had a passion to explore new "frontiers" and expand.

Army SROTC Cadet



  • LWOF_BrOkenArrowLWOF_BrOkenArrow Posts: 378Player
    We're still looking for recruits!!! No mics required!

    Still trying to master the essentials? We'll help our members get better (via scrims and warm-ups), so long as you put forth effort and try your best
    Army SROTC Cadet

  • LWOF_BrOkenArrowLWOF_BrOkenArrow Posts: 378Player
    Looking for players in the upcoming 5v5 tournament; DM me if interested.
    Army SROTC Cadet

  • iDK.ArkeiroiDK.Arkeiro Posts: 775Player
    Freaking new guy btw lol

    Over 2k Golden Hawkeyes.
  • Keebler750Keebler750 Posts: 3,621Beta Tester
    How many spots do you have available for C and D rankings?

    This has been a test of the emergency flame-fest system. Please do not adjust your set.
  • LWOF_BrOkenArrowLWOF_BrOkenArrow Posts: 378Player
    edited February 2019
    How many spots do you have available for C and D rankings?

    There are limitless spots available for C rank and above (rarely are D rank and below accepted) but during competitive events we prioritize by rating then seniority. This means if there are 5 SS ranks and 5 C ranks but only 6 spots available, The 5 SS ranked players and the Senior (or oldest) C rank player will be in the team.

    We may make exceptions to this rule: particularly if higher ranked players are unavailable/offline, or if we want to give newer members a chance to compete.
    Army SROTC Cadet

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