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There are many benefits of becoming a member at StrongholdNation. Below, I'm going to point out some great things you can get by registering.

 

  • Firstly, there is nothing hidden at all, and registration is completely free. We are not in it for money, and everything is completely free.
  • Nothing will be sold. Your details will not be sold or given to any third parties under any circumstance.
  • Once registered, you will also get the chance to personalise the website for you. Examples are below.
  • You can change your personal information at any time, for any reason at all.
  • Set a custom forum theme
  • Upload any game files for free you have created or mods
  • Comment or review downloads
  • Create a personal signature and choose/upload an avatar
  • Gain access to the forum reputation system
  • Enter contests and events (I.E. Signature of the month, multiplayer gaming events)
  • Post topics or replies on the forums, edit your posts
  • Upload attachments (in some forums)
  • Add Polls to any posts you make
  • Report any type of site issue to our management team
  • Private Messaging will allow you to contact your friends individually on the site
  • Submit content in our members area
  • Gain access to StrongholdNation's TeamSpeak Channel (courtesy of @Charles of Tours)
  • Post your suggestions and improvements you may have on the site
  • The site will always remain safe, and no inappropriate content will ever be allowed here

 

To register, click here and you will instantly receive these amazing features! Please make sure you enter a valid and working email address otherwise you will never receive your login details. Do not worry though, you can retrieve them by contacting user support, or contact myself personally: lordchris [at] strongholdnation.co.uk

 

Please also view our disclaimer and privacy statement.

Edited by Lord_Chris
Updated broken links and removed email addresses

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