Join us this Sunday September 30th @ 8pm EST in the Conference Room channel in Discord for our third quarterly meeting in Derp Company!
In this meeting we'll be covering some a brand new system on supporting multiple games in our community, event information for Night of the Living D3RP, and a new twitch community and channel for Derp Company!! Of course there is more from where that came from, so be sure to join us on Sunday night!
Everyone has been invited directly through our event manager here on our website, so check your enjin mailbox for your invitation and RSVP! Once you're on that page, you can add comments and mark whether or not if you can attend. RSVP HERE!
We're very close to our goal in donations for the raffle! So check out our donations @ http://www.derpcompany.com/donate if you want to help out! Thank you all for those who already have donated, this wouldn't be possible without the support of you guys, as always any additional donations during the meeting event will go directly towards the giveaway raffle too!
Looking forward to it guys! Just a heads up there will be a raffle and I will be playing the said raffle game afterwards to play with the winners or anyone else for that matter. However we'll save up the majority to be ready for our Night of the Livign Derp in later October.
Donate towards Derp Company to help us cover our monthly website rent and quarterly giveaway raffles. We're ramping up for our first ever Spring event, so the goal amount has been raised! As a special thanks any donations above $1.00 USD will get you our Contributor award on our forums!
Founded in November of 2012, Derp Company [D3RP] is more than just a group of people who come together to play games. It is a community who wants to engage in team-based gameplay to elevate the experience of combat oriented games. Our community focuses on tactics, group cohesion and serious fun. Derp Company prefers quality over quantity and we each do our part to ensure that the group as a whole, and the experiences we have in it, are the best they can possibly be. Many of us pour a great amount of time and energy into maintaining the group, providing feedback, running operations, and organizing events. We find that the effort pays off with some of the most memorable gaming experiences we’ve ever had.