FOUR In House Squad SECRETS the ADMINS don't want you to KNOW!
#4) The rules state that you have to be a supporting member to join an IHS, but our investigators have followed non-IHS members going in and out of the irregulars forums! When questioned, an official source within the regulars admitted that they've been adding non-supporting members for years! "It's not common knowledge," said one source, who asked to remain anonymous, "but the irregulars have almost as many non-supporting members as supporting. We asked for and received an official dispensation from Apophis." Sources were also able to discover that a high ranking official named |30+|SirShotalot might be the one to contact if interested in learning more or joining.
The Shocking Truth: You don't have to be a supporting member to join the Irregulars!
#3) ALL Tactical Gamer members have the SAME rights and responsibilities, including IHS members! Nothing in the rules gives IHS members any more privileges or duties than normal, but many IHS members choose to take extra duties on themselves such as writing new sections to the Tactical Wiki, joining the Content Development team, creating movies or writing articles. Any TG member can submit content!
The Shocking Truth: You don't have to be an IHS member to add value to Tactical Gamer, anyone can take it upon themselves to organize and submit a new project!
#2) You don't have to be ridiculously awesome at your game of choice to join an In House Squad. Sources within the 3rd confirm that they have seen |TG-3rd|Augustus Gloop get pwned "...hard core, in fact I think any kids he has will come out asking wtf happened?" When our undercover agents asked various IHS representatives how to go about joining, they were told to "...read the primer, the SOP's, and read the IHS wiki. Then get [in the IHS TeamSpeak channel] with us and let us get to know you. We might not ask you to join right away, especially if we're full, but we're going to go to people we know well first before anyone else."
The Shocking Truth: In House Squads are groups of friends, not groups of elite players!
#1) Using the Freedom of Information act, our lawyers have managed to pry internal secret documents from the clutches of the Admins detailing the secret path to Forming Your Own IN HOUSE SQUAD! "This memo was quashed by ranking members of the Tactical Gamer administration for fear that groups of friends would begin banding together to elevate their own level of play and tactical skills. Apparently it's not even hard to form an IHS... [the process] just takes a little legwork."
The Shocking Truth: Using this guide, any supporting member can form their own IHS!
This post is of course a joke intended to remind people about their rights and responsibilities as Tactical Gamer members. The admins would never try and deprive you of your rights as a member of Tactical Gamer.