Virto is the Esperanto word for "virtue".
At Virto, we recognize that Halo is a limited context. We believe that Halo should be primarily about friendship and fellowship, not fanatical competition.
In Virto, we recommend that players avoid the fanatical pursuit of greatness within the very limited context which is gaming, and encourage our members to expand their consciousness beyond the realm of gaming. Do not let gaming become an unhealthy obsession. Do not use gaming to escape from larger problems in your life. Confront those problems head-on. Journal about them. Join forces with other people in your life. If no one you know seems to be able to help you, expand your horizons and meet other people. Become your best possible self.
Good teams are based upon solid friendships. These friendships can form quickly or slowly, but they can't be shallow. You have to trust each other and have a shared knowledge of the game.
Virto is a way to network with other like-minded individuals within the Halo community and form new connections. Don't be afraid to reach out to other members of Virto that you haven't met.
If this resonates with you, join Virto, and let's be a beacon on the hill within the Halo community.
- Racial slurs are not tolerated. One warning will be given; second offense will result in removal from the company.
- Crude speech is discouraged.
- Excessive self-promotion will result in a warning. A second offense will result in removal from the company.
- Be good to each other and have fun.
- Maintain a good "Halo-life" balance
- Marathon sessions are discouraged. Avoid playing for more than 2 hours at a time. Avoid playing more than 14 hours in a week.
- If you are struggling with anything resembling addiction to Halo, try playing with your game sound lower. If necessary, put your Xbox in storage for a week, or ask a friend to hold onto it to you while you detach (get some distance) and establish productive habits.