A long time ago, on a Battlefield far away, a ragtag group of players created one of the most iconic and legendary communities: Don’t Revive Me Bro. Through a dedication to the Battlefield franchise, a love for games, a knack for picking up wicked people, the community thrived for seven years before finally and officially closing its doors.
While DRMB may not be active in name, its members still keep the community going on in spirit.
DRMB is and will always be a community, because of you. And while we may not be active anymore we will never forget what we all have done and been through together. From me, @redd_dragons, thank you for being a part of us. We are DRMB. Forever.
— DRMB (@dontrevivemebro) January 11, 2018
DRMB joins other communities like Battlefieldo in the afterlife of Battlefield communities that are no longer active. With an incredible run that helped pave the way for many members to experience opportunities only some can dream of, such as streaming full time, or becoming a Gamechanger, no other community will bear the motto “The pulse of the Battlefield community” quite like DRMB.
Chris ‘Redd_Dragons’ Anderson, the founder of DRMB, wrote an incredible abridged history of the community on Medium, which I absolutely recommend you read.
Before I was brought onto MP1st way back in 2013, I was a staff writer for Battlefieldo and a new member of Don’t Revive Me Bro. My greatest memory is how welcoming everyone was; it felt incredible to be part of something I considered awesome. While my tenure wasn’t very long, I still rocked the DRMB clan tag in Battlefield 3 up until this month(I changed it for a community event that was hosted).
To those friendships I made, cheers. DRMB will always be the pulse of the Battlefield, even if somehow dies.