Are you looking for an ArmA 3 community without strict signup procedures and members who get mad at video games far too easily? Look no further. We aim to play on scheduled evenings (GMT) and strive towards realism and immersion in our sessions. What, don’t you like to pretend you’re a soldier?
With players from all over the world, we are easy on newbies as long as you ask questions when confused, and try your best to learn the ropes of the game.
This training session has been organized as a means to increase unit performance in as many combat situations as is possible, a “battle drill”, if you may, though rules in this situation will be more lax and general than that of average battle drills. … [ more ]
This is how you can use your short or long range radio and listen to two different channels at once. … [ more ]
With the intention of setting itself apart from other mil-sim communities which rely on suffocating rules and sensitive moderation, few unsatisfied users from the 4chan imageboards decided to get together and start a group; based on common sense, where players could be united by their like-mindedness rather than an oppressive set of rules and filling out admittance forms. BromA was born.
Since then the years have brought us through countless operations and missions – some successful, some not so much – but the original spirit remains the same to this very day: autism and hatred for any kind of personal enjoyment, available to all.
“BromA: No Fun Allowed since 2010″