The Devil's Due is a multi-Faction roleplaying group for The Secret World MMO that focuses on dark, tragic, and taboo themes. You can learn more on our Metaconspiracy page. This group is the home of three cabals. Horseman Resources - a group of Illuminati talent scouts and monster hunters. The Stormchasers - a collection of Dragon specialists that gather data for the models. The Ordo Obscurus - a Templar suicide squad of misfits and monsters.
We are currently accepting applications for membership
We are currently accepting characters from all factions
What kind of people is the metaconspiracy looking for?
We are looking for kind, easy-goig, adult players. All languages, time-zones, genders, orientations, nationalities, and types of people are welcome.
What should I know before I apply?
You should definitely read about our metaconspiracy, our code of conduct, our RP advice, and more about our Dragon, Illuminati, and Templar Cabals. You should also read the entire application before you apply. Remember, you will have to put at least one character in one of our cabals, so think hard about WHY that character would be in that cabal. As a member of the Devil's Due, you must play your Devil's Due character once a month, and be on our website once a month, or you will be placed on inactive status. The most successful RPers in our cabal are on our website several days a week, and in game at least twice a week.
What kind of character should I have?
You should have any kind, type, spec, orientation, or level of character that makes you happy. We are looking for good people. Once we find good people, we assume you can come up with a character appropriate for this group. Right now, we're hoping to recruit people with Illuminati main characters.
That is a long application. Any advice on filling it out?
1. DRAFT ANSWERS IN ANOTHER PROGRAM. Such as email, dropbox, google document, notepad, or word. Sometimes Enjin "eats" an application and you'll have to resubmit. Think about your answers, edit, and make sure you're happy with them.
2. Don't fill it out all at once. Copy the questions into a document and take a day or two to think about them and how you'll answer them.
3. Length is important. A few words isn't enough for us to get a sense of who you are, but we won't read a wall of text.
4. Read the whole question multiple times. Several of the paragraph answer questions have multiple questions within them.
5. Recruitment decisions are made by the whole metaconspiracy. All of our metaconspirators will have an opportunity to read your application, so please fill it out with that in mind.
What should I do after I apply?
Check on your application a couple of times a week to see if people have commented or asked questions.
Come to our events. (List HERE). New people are generally always welcome, just ask the event organizer first.
Find people from the Devil's Due and make friends. Ask questions and chat OOC to get a sense of the player. Talk to people and find time to RP. Encourage the people you interact with to comment on your application. It's up to you to make contact with the people of the Devil's Due and make friends. Just tell them you're an applicant and start asking questions.
Recruiting decisions in the Devil's Due are made by the consensus of the entire group of people OOC, the entire 'metaconspiracy'. EVERYONE in the Devil's Due can see and comment on your application. For instance, even if you're a Templar, people that play mainly Illuminati or Dragon will need to weigh in on your application.
Once the metaconspirators have had "long enough” to consider it (usually four to six weeks), they will come to a consensus. Please be patient during this time.
How can I find people from the Devil's Due?
Contact folks OOC via Enjin, Twitter, or in-game mail. Don't try to randomly just find them in game - a lot of us spend a lot of time hopping between alts and you might not see us. So contact us out-of-game. Don't just limit yourself to one faction. As we are a multi-faction group, get to know people in the other factions as well.
Note that when you register to our website, you are required to give a valid email address and a verification email is sent to that address. You must click on a link in that email to complete the registration process. This is to stop spam bots from signing up and makes certain each user has a real email address that they can access to get future notifications. If you fail to get the email and click the verification link, your application will not be submitted to the metaconspiracy. Please be sure to check your spam filter. If you think the verification email was deleted, you can reissue it by logging into www.enjin.com and resending the verification email. If still nothing, then write to firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be verified manually.