The Rebel Federation is a gaming community made for players, by players, originally organized in 2007 by a group of kids playing a popular MMORPG at the time known as “Club Penguin” (of all things). Today, we have expanded to an all-around multi-platform gaming community, structurally organized together as a “Federation” of divisions on different games. These divisions play games together either recreationally or competitively, while members of the Rebel Federation rank up in these divisions by being active and contributing to the division.
Join a massive and growing community that consists 10+ divisions and over 1,000 players. We’re ready to get to the next level and make the Rebel Federation a community for everyone.
What Makes Us Different?
Upon our creation in 2007, our motivation to achieve greatness was not driven by the same goal as it is now. Back then, it was to defeat hackers on Club Penguin. But that goal was quickly met, and new goals arose. If that was all the Rebel Federation had to stand for, we’d be on broken knees.
What makes our community last is the friendships that have held it together. Meet new friends and like-minded users, show us your leadership talent and rank up, and help us lead this community forward by creating new divisions on games we’re not playing yet.
We’re a community created by our players. We’re only so organized because of the talented individuals who make us up. Thanks to our Administration team with veteran gaming and leadership experience combined with our well-trained, friendly, professional, and cooperative staff, we’re able to provide the absolute maximum threshold of entertainment possible for our members, and accomplish the impossible.
Become a Member
Joining the Rebel Federation is easier than one might think. All you have to do is navigate to our community hub Discord server (some divisions have their own Discord servers; the “community hub” is what we refer to our main server as). Upon joining, you will have access to a channel called #welcome. After reading through the information on that channel, you will have the option to react to the message with an emoji of the Rebel Federation flag. All you have to do is click that button. From there, you can join a division.
New members in the Rebel Federation will be given the role Recruit until they attend their first community event. Community events are simply RF-wide events that members of RF will be able to attend, regardless of whether they are in a division or not. Community events are either hosted on a casual game that doesn’t require any professional skill level, or they’re not hosted on a game at all! (Examples of non-gaming community events would be movie nights, stream raids, etc.) Upon attending their first community event, Recruits will be promoted to Member. It’s really the same thing as Recruit with a little extra clout. Members typically have access to climb their divisions’ ranking systems, where they can be promoted to a Division Officer—or even someday become the Division Leader!
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RF’s Continuing Mission: Fight the Good Fight
The Rebel Federation’s purpose is to bring people together and facilitate competitive and recreational gaming for all. When RF started in May 2007 (originally branded as “RPF”), it was in the name of beating a rivaling team who abused the game we were on. In doing so, our members at the time developed a motto for themselves: “fight the good fight”. Originally taken from the Bible, but adapted later by modern culture, the slogan simply represents the desire to do what is right—even if you have to fight for it—in every given opportunity.
Today, we continue that mission to “fight the good fight” by making the games we play a better place for the communities they are home to. As a member of an RF division, we all set out with these shared values. It’s imperative that in joining us you represent these values and work to make the Rebel Federation a force for good, as well as a home to all of its members.
By coming together, we’ll be able to conquer any task, rivaling competition, or threat to our users, in addition to making our community as much of a welcoming environment as possible, as we have done now together for over 12 years.
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