About Strength In Numbers

SIN was founded in 2018 with the intention of creating a mini-community, with the foundations originally planted by friends and family.

We are like an online family, a circle of friends to get away from day to day life. We have a strong belief in teamwork and learning together. Family comes first. Here in SIN, we want everyone to have fun and enjoy themselves whilst playing games.

It is human nature to look for someone or something to blame when something goes wrong. In SIN we operate a no blame culture – we blame the problem, not an individual. The team is only as strong as its weakest member.

We welcome newcomers that are like-minded.

Warning: Adult humor, sarcasm and a thick skin are recommended.

Clan Hierarchy

SIN Command

SIN Command is made up of the above members who shape the direction of the clan. These members are appointed based upon experience and ability, whilst sharing and demonstrating the same belief as the clan in the importance of teamwork and learning.

SIN Lieutenants


Community Etiquette

Within the community we ask that members adhere to the following;

  • Be respectful towards other members/users on our discord;
  • Keep toxic behaviour to a minimum – no unnecessary drama, spamming or flame wars etc. 

Attendance & Signups

Members are able signup to scheduled games via reactions in signup channels. Reactions as follows;
✅ – Yes – I am available and will be there
❌ – No – I am unable to make it
❔- Tentative – I’m not certain yet

NOTE: The post should tell you at the bottom what time it is due to start, local time.

Signing up doesn’t guarantee that you will be in the first run, however normally a few runs are completed and we endeavour to get all involved. Members are expected to show up at least five minutes before the designated start time when the first team will be picked. That means you should be online and have any and all prerequisite content completed beforehand. If you are going to be late, or something has come up – let the game organiser/captains know as soon as possible

In the event that you fail to complete prerequisite content before an event, the organizer and/or captains have the right to remove you from the group and bring someone else. Similarly, if you are more than five minutes late to a clan event, the organizer and/or captains have the right to start the event without you and not permit you to join. Consistently signing up for events and showing up late, or not showing up, is considered a violation of clan rules.


In the event that someone is behaving contrary to the rules, the first step is a discussion with the player in question and a notification that there is a problem.
Further issues may be dealt with via demotion or removal from the game/clan.
If someone is removed from the clan in game due to inactivity, they may reapply and re-join the clan with no penalty whatsoever. If someone is removed from the clan due to behaviour violations which include not turning up for games they have signed up for, the circumstances will be reviewed by the founders & captains.


We encourage players to play amongst themselves, using appropriate channels on discord to group up. Although we don’t have minimum requirements to meet per week, we do monitor activity levels as we like to keep the clan in-game nice and tidy. Members who reach 35 days of “not seen” will be removed in-game.

We realise that due to other commitments in life that some people may need a break – just let the Captains know if you can. Being removed is a temporary arrangement – you will be welcomed back when you return to the game.