Are you: Active, Mature, Friendly AND Playing on PS3?
Then continue reading! - If not, then please don't...
In order to join the crew you're about to be introduced to you need to meet a few easy but important requirements. (link to the crew policy a bit further down). If you believe you do that, then we'll strongly encourage you to send an application!
We play A LOT (i've yet to experience being online with less than 15 crew-mates online), and though we have dropped in the world rankings from being a top 100 world ranked crew in the 1st week of GTA Online to now just being in the top 1000, we still have a very active crew - just with different priorities.
The objective is to have as much fun as possible, and I can promise you that you really only realize the true potential of this game when you play with a bunch of friendly, fair and mature players like yourself.
We have people from all over the world: We currently have people from more than 25 different countries, with most being from the U.S., Canada, UK and Australia - the fact that the crew is represented globally means that it never sleeps/you'll always be able to find somebody to play with! It is, however, required that you speak English.
We are not specified in any way (like a bike crew, or a racing crew, cop crew etc.) as we got players with various interests. Want a fair race without ramming? Want to do some cooperative missions? Want to f*ck around doing the most random stuff in free-roam and just have a great time with friends? Want to join multiple events like fight clubs, demolition derby's and car-meets? -> Then join the Spitting Llamas.
If you want to be considered you've 3 easy steps ahead of you:
- Reply to this topic with your PSN-ID
- Read our 'policy and procedure', which can be found at the llama-forum: http://spittingllama...-perfect-llama/
- Add nruhdal on Skype. This way we'll add you to the crew chat and give you a proper introduction to the whole thing.
*Note: we primarily use Skype for text-chat to minimize the use of PSN chat-rooms and to communicate when not being close to a PS3. Though the majority of the crew-members have a ps3-mic, we occasionally use Skype for voice-chat too (like when we're recording footage or live streaming).
TFFFFFFFFF *spit sound*