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Community Spotlight: Dryminator

Hey Dryminator, could you introduce yourself? Hi, I am Dryminator or just Drym for short. I am 28 years old and come from a tiny little European country called Estonia. Been a gamer since I first held a controller in my hands, but went fully into it back in 1999 when we got our first PC. Earliest racing game memories include names like Stunts and Need For Speed 2 SE. What's your dream car? And why? I am not really into actually driving cars in real life, but I do love them nonetheless. Favorite car is definitely Nissan GT-R (R35), mostly because of the looks and my love for the Skyline lineup since NFSU1 was released. Are you new to The Crew franchise or are you a longtime Crew fan? Definitely long time. Was there when The Crew 1 servers went live for the public. Even streamed TC1 back in the day, meeting some big names in the community, but the streams did not really pick up back then and I left the hobby. I think I put around 500 hours into The Crew and stopped halfway through Wild Run. Calling All Units did not really bring any additional entertainment to me. Which platform do you play on? I play on PC. What is you most memorable moment while playing The Crew and what car were you driving? Whew, this is a hard one. Ever since I started streaming again, the community and crew I play together with has grown so much, memorable moments happen practically every session. From The Crew 1 era, I think the most memorable has been train riding with bikes in a group. Paragleiber used to know back in the day where all the trains were at any given time and would just send us coordinates where to wait. We wait 5 minutes and there is the train as promised. We would then use ramps and jump on the containers and voyage, voyage! From The Crew 2 era, it is slightly harder as a lot of big stuff has happened recently. From when the game first came out, I think the more prominent memories are finding out that the 1414 Demon can easily carry cars and we would do these “water transport” challenges, trying to carry the car on the boat as far as possible. But from more recent times, I think that all the sessions where we have put our heart and soul into breaking new world records, either individually or as a team, have definitely made me feel like I have finally found my Crew. And outside the regular “tryharding” we still find funny stuff in the game we did not know about in the past. Last week, you were our featured hosted streamer. How long have you been streaming on Twitch? What are your streams like for those who might have missed out on last week’s stream? Ahh, the planned-to-be-long-turned-out-short hosted stream. I started streaming in early 2014 and did stream The Crew 1 for quite a while. Then at some point I lost interest in streaming and Twitch in general and went on a hiatus, which turned out to be 3 years long. I returned to streaming in the second half of May 2018 and it has been going uphill in a relatively fast pace ever since The Crew 2 released. I used to stream a lot of variety, but at some point moved to racing games only streaming, focusing mostly on The Crew 2. I stream strictly for mature audiences, but I try to do it with humour and be entertaining. For TC2 streams, we have a wheelspin system, which helps us bring variety to our sessions and to the viewers. We rarely focus long on the same discipline and rather do everything and try to be good at everything. We have even included things not exactly provided by the game to our activities like Freedrive Races or, from one of the most recent experiments, playing hide and seek – one player drives around an urban area in say an MX bike while all other players in the crew try to ram that player, with helicopters, planes, boats, cars etc. It can be a lot of fun, but requires imagination. We’ll have to get you back on as a hosted streamer. You make YouTube content too. We saw that monstrous score you racked up in that Monster Truck challenge. What are some tips that you can share to help us all do better in that event? nbsp; I don’t even know where the whole Monster Truck craze began. First me and Agersi were fooling around together and managed to get some good scores. Then out of nowhere AvvieRayne, abiripper and ncrusador appeared, not long after we were calling ourselves “The Roof Squad” (you can frontflip on your roof when you go to the starting location) and then we were breaking world records. I think the most important tip for trying to get better scores at the Monster Truck events is to find a friend to play with. There are so many additional point types you can only receive when playing in Co-op: Formation, Overtake, Jump Over, Slippery… and they all add up to major additional points. Second tip would be to plan the route. All the PC world record routes are available on my YouTube channel, use them, improve, adapt and overcome them, creating new competition. Third tip would be to focus on Gifted and Graceful affixes on parts. Gifted increases points received for stunts (including Co-op exclusive stunts) and it shows the most in Jump stunts, which is something the routes should be heavily focused on – a lot of long-distance jumps. You don’t get points for air time, you get points for the distance between your launch point and landing point. And do some spins (for vertical pipes) and flips (for ramps) while you are in the air; Graceful really helps you out here. Can you share a fun fact about yourself. I am known to be the Master of Nonsense and the Butcher of Words. I create a sentence or a story that makes no sense out of thin air and create weird analogies or anagrams on the go. What do you do when you're not playing The Crew? Casual stuff you do in a PC every day. But locally here in my hometown, I am an avid event organizer, been so for over 4 years now. I focus on this thing called “couch gaming”, aka events where we play and compete in local multiplayer titles like Mortal Kombat X, Ultimate Chicken Horse, Blazerush and more. I also like to host food events annually. Biggest achievements so far have been: ordering 400 cheeseburgers at McDonalds, eating three 5.5 kilogram megaburgers, eating over 400 rolls of sushi and so on. Later in the spring this year I have planned an ice-cream eating contest. Will be fun! Any last thing you want to share with the Crew community? Go and pay John Doe a visit from time to time. He is so lonely and lost on that island after his airplane fell down. John currently resides on a small island near Miami. For more information on The Crew, check our official website. Join the The Crew community on the forums and Reddit, and be sure to follow us on Twitch to never miss a livestream. All photos shared to our Gallery are viewable on The Crew Hub. Videos highlighted by our in-game sharing tool can be seen on the official The Crew 2 - Community Videos channel....

Agent Highlights: Hunters vs Agents

Greetings Agents, We have been away for a while with Agent Highlights, but we are back with full throttle! We had lots of activity and we can’t wait to share with you what the community has been up to. You probably know how it works by now: all featured Agents will receive an in-game gift of 1000 Phoenix Credits. First of all, let us set the mood for this Agent Highlights with Sonic Clang’s cover of “Precinct Siege”. Now that the tunes are set, let’s jump into the Fan Art section. We have a very cool anime style interpretation of The Division Agent, by Nian. We are always happy to see how The Division world would look in different settings and styles. Next, we have a couple of drawings by Kapo. These Agents seem to be on top of things! We have one more brilliant art piece to share with you. The Agents' air band by Dazeroyuu. Let us take a look at what SHD_Umbra has been up to with his diorama project. Can you recognise these Agents? If you are looking to update your social media profiles with The Division banners, then check out this one by Cheshire Cat. We have always been big fans of community members’ collaboration on fan creations. Having said that, we have an awesome piece by LaraNecro, featuring Foxxie, Mab and 6Golf3Bravo. We are all familiar with the saying “the more the merrier”, well, it also applies to The Division Agents! Thank you Agents Sebastian, Frostie, LowMex, Skumy6661, Gianni_P, DarkyMoony and Apples003. We have no doubt that D.C. will be rescued! As a Division Agent, you are not only required to restore order, but you are also expected to help the needy. Yes, including the Hunters, as Agent Nadya and Hunter Moonlight show us. Make sure to check more of their amazing work here. Next we have The0Pro in a typical Agent situation, or is he? Careful Agent, there seems to be a Hunter down there! It’s Moonlight! This doesn’t look good… No Agents were harmed in the scenario above. You’ll get him next time. We believe in you Agent! We are blessed by a love letter to The Division and the city of New York from the one and only Agent Mab.   We just wanted to thank you for this heart-warming video, Mab. We can’t wait to see you in Washington D.C. That’s all for Agent Highlights! Remember Agents, if you would like to be featured in next month’s Agent Highlights article, don’t forget to tweet your creations with the hashtag #AgentHighlights. ATTENTION: Agents, please follow @TheDivisionGame on Twitter so we can get in touch with you for the rewards. Until next time, /The Division Community Team...

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