Ever stop to think, how our universe is made up? Numbers and patterns, energy into creation. Math forms patterns, which grow into life. We’ve decided to try to show this in the form of a living portal, but we need your help to bring it to fruition! We are already well on our way, with a little help we can make it all the way.
Our goal is $1200, it will be used to help get our team out to Magnus and fund the rest of the endeavor.
Up to this point, we have fully funded our project out of pocket. We are a really small team with most of our members out of state, making it harder to attend the event. So now it’s time for us to reach out and ask for help in completing the project. Any amount we raise will be used directly towards building materials, technical supplies and to assure that our team is able to get our project to the site. Thank you in advance!
After the successful score of shard #52, the Resistance blocked any ENL scoring in Berlin. There were many attempts by the frogs, but the Resistance succeeded in „exist to resist“. 🙂
There were many player out by car, deep in the night, driving 5.800km in total, defending the ENL Portal by throwing blockers over the lanes while spending the night at far-away village churches and lonesome junction boxes.
We thank them for this duty, keeping the shards away and do not let ENL bring any shards close to the target.
IRFN patch winner: SanMann (Onyx)
We have collected $310.00 of our $310.00 target. It is 100.00% of our goal for the OP105: No Shards for Frogs campaign
On the evening of March 18th, agents @batukaya, @Zickchen_BRB and @Antifroschn headed to the forest Northeast of Berlin. The orders were clear – the shard parked by the ENL on the coast at Usedom, was never allowed to make it to Berlin.
They farmed keys and setup several blockers deep in the forest. At 4:30am, a frog named Kraxler finally caught up with them and kept destroying their blockers. A tough battle, several AXAs later and some last minute blockers finally kept the shard away from Berlin at the 5am jump. All the celebration on Zello was unfortunately short lived as @Zickchen_BRB’s phone fell off from her frozen fingers, never to give a sign of life again.
Please help this agent recover her phone!
IRFN patch winner: HazardExas (Bronze)
We have collected $250.94 of our $250.00 target. It is 100.38% of our goal for the OP104: FrozenFingerPhone campaign
Latvian Resistance agents are always welcoming shards! They got #21, twice even, for almost a week of total action. Multiple blockers were put up, some even avoided direct scoring to Berlin. Some agents spent a bit more money than they can afford. Please help them cover some of the finances used:
Taxi to take down blocker
Fuel for multiple trips
IRFN patch winner: ht93 (Bronze)
We have collected $87.43 of our $87.00 target. It is 100.49% of our goal for the OP103: Latvia Resists campaign
Paris saw some of the most intense battles of the shard game, particularly near the end of the series. RES agents were fighting for two shards every five hours for a week! Imagine how that tests a community. We want to fund the brave agents in Paris to celebrate their great efforts.
IRFN patch winner: hardbas (Silver)>
We have collected $303.14 of our $300.00 target. It is 101.05% of our goal for the OP102: Operation City of Love campaign
In order to give the Paris Resistance a boost in motivation and try to score a shard for the OLW character, the crazy dutch wanted to help in the Tuesday graveyard shift. Like @Biezt said: “best stupid idea ever”. The dutch traveled between 5 to almost 8 hours each way, for 15 minutes of help and 30 minutes of talk. Some even had to go straight to work after the trip. To get as many agents to come with us, we had to hire a 9 person van. However, not all of our people could pay because they also had the cost for the train to come to the pick up point. If you can help us finance this “best stupid idea ever” we would be very grateful, thanks!!
IRFN patch winner: DrayPrescot (Onyx)
We have collected $157.65 of our $150.00 target. It is 105.10% of our goal for the OP101:Best stupid idea ever campaign
OP100: Ça saute sous la couette ! / Jump under the covers !
Agents came up with the crazy idea to send shards #50 and #53 from Guyane via Corvo, via Ile de Sein to its final destination at the Paris target. Agents traveled to Ile de Sein and stayed overnight. Both shards have been sent to Paris using an ingenious field over the target.
IRFN patch winner: ook99 (Gold)
We have collected $390.00 of our $390.00 target. It is 100.00% of our goal for the OP100: Jump under the covers campaign