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The Escape From Tarkov Sherpa Program


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I would love to become a sherpa, but ive never been active on the forums. I am skilled and would love to teach new players how to improve and become better overall. I prefer using cheaper gear like aks, sks, and mosins (mainly because I never have much money) so I believe I would have an advantage over other players because I specialize in those types of loadouts, similar to loadouts newer players will be able to use.

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I would like to get Sherpa assistance... Coming back to the game after a few years, so much has changed. I feel completely lost once again. 😛

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Thanks Shuiy.  I appreciate it.    Also, why does there seem to be more USEC than BEAR?   Is there a reason for that?   Will the server population be that lopsided at launch?   Is there any advantage to be one faction over another?

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At this time the only real in-game difference between BEAR and USEC is that BEAR wears a black shirt and speaks Russian while the USEC wears greenish/camo and speaks English.  You can re-select your faction at each wipe or if by some chance you decide to reset your profile during a wipe.  Everyone plays together though so as far as getting into raids BEAR / USEC means nothing.  

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This is all very nice and good, I joined a group once on this game and will never join another one they just killed me as i loaded in and took my stuff.

So I strictly play only with friends won't even ever consider joining someone in a group that I don't personally know or trust.

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5 minutes ago, CelineStarglade said:

This is all very nice and good, I joined a group once on this game and will never join another one they just killed me as i loaded in and took my stuff.

So I strictly play only with friends won't even ever consider joining someone in a group that I don't personally know or trust.

That has nothing to do with the Sherpa program. You most likely joined a random group invite on lobby and they killed you as soon as you spawned. But then again you shouldn't be accepting random invites from people you don't really know. The Sherpa program is entirely different, its made of handpicked players, trusted and veterans in the game willingly to help newcomers in their times of need.

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This is a nice program, however, what is most killing me in the game is not being a newbie but been killed by hackers. You'll need a program of death cam and report first. PUBG did the same mistake. Took too long to act more proactively against cheaters.

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On 3/20/2020 at 5:58 AM, Harbingerman said:

Sherpa apps have stopped I think but they dont seem to have many. Best to join a group.

We will be re-opening soon and filling in the gaps of inactivity.

On 3/26/2020 at 1:45 AM, STARG4TE said:

This is a nice program, however, what is most killing me in the game is not being a newbie but been killed by hackers. You'll need a program of death cam and report first. PUBG did the same mistake. Took too long to act more proactively against cheaters.

Two different subjects, while the Sherpa program is aimed at helping players understand more about Tarkov, a kill/death cam is something you should suggest to developers (as we are not), even though it has been suggested before.

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Hello, I want to search for a Sherpa but have a question about loadout. The site says that I get a package with a setup, but I already have a full stash and don´t need the starter package. Do I have to select a a starter pack or can I go with my own kit?

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@LtDawgg

You can do it through the Discord or through BSG's EFT website escapfromtarkov.com.  Once logged on click on your profile and the option list on the right there is an option that says - Newcomer Assistance Sherpas.  Click the link and scroll to the bottom to click the link "Request Sherpa"

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