Lonestar Posted November 21, 2019 Share Posted November 21, 2019 RDR2.org is proud to announce that we've scored an exclusive interview with prolific GTA Online / Red Dead Online crew The Reaper Lords and what's more, you'll get to ask the questions! The Reaper Lords are a world famous crew that have been featured in numerous publications such as IGN, Kotaku (three times), Polygon, the Rockstar Newswire, VICE and soon to be RDR2.org. The Reaper Lords were founded in 2013 and rose to become the most well-known and respected motorcycle club on GTA Online. Today, Reaper Lords are a thriving online outlaw gang in Red Dead Redemption 2. They are a highly structured and disciplined crew, with well-defined operating protocols and hierarchy. Members of the club having voting rights over major club decisions, the ability to run for elected officer positions to assist with club leadership and operations, and members enjoy in-game support and activities as well as real meet-ups worldwide. The Reaper Lords have raised thousands of dollars for real world charities like Make a Wish and Breast Cancer Research. All members of the club are expected to show respect to all other members and to uphold the honorable reputation of the club. They decided to collaborate with RDR2.org to give the Red Dead community an opportunity to ask questions about the club, what they do online, and any other questions you may have. Reaper Lord membership is a privilege earned by few and only after commitment has been demonstrated and trust has been earned. Thousands have applied to join the Reaper Lords, but only about 1% of applicants earn full membership. All prospective members must go through a multi-week evaluation period prior to earning membership in the club. If you've ever wanted to know more about what it takes to run an elite crew, what the Reaper Crew do exactly, what makes them special, how they handle griefers, or how to kick ass in Red Dead Online, then this is your chance to find out. Submit the questions you wanted answered in this thread and we'll do our best to get them answered. Submit all your questions by December 15. Facebook | Twitter | Instagram 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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