CBall started his life back in January 2008. He joined along with the 313 lot during the 313 Takeover, but was one of the few who stuck around. Since then he has held many positions involving political, economical and military roles.
Since the start of V1 CBall was a shareholder and HR director of the Zycon group until he took a hiatus from the game due to other commitments.
During V2 CBall was back to being a normal citizen but actively looking for other roles within the game.
Upon his re-birth CBall decided to get back onto the industrial scene and set up his second company Rubacava Resources, an iron company in his home region of the North West. Since the changes, the iron company was transformed into aluminum company.
- GM of Rubacava Resources
- Former UK Reserves CO
- Former TUP Congress member
- Former HR director of Zycon
- Former MoW Under-Secretary
- Last Mayor of Liverpool
- Former GM of Gone Wild Gifts
- Former Minister of Work
- Former TUP Party president
Former owner of Gone Wild Gifts, a Q2 gift company which had seen a reasonable amount of success. When CBall became part of Zycon Industries, Gone Wild Gifts was merged into the corporation. Also the former Minister of Work and the former MoW under-secretary.
After his rebirth, CBall went on to set up Rubacava Resources back in his home region. Despite its early days, the company was profitable and growing at a steady rate.
CBall joined the first 313 party back in January 2008, when Cubezilla went inactive he switched to the second 313 party (as most did). When that went inactive and 313 members lost interest he joined the TUP party on January 28th 2008) and has been there ever since.
CBall was TUP party president for two terms and was elected to be a congressman on numerous occasions. The crowning achievement for CBall was the role of last Mayor of Liverpool.
CBall was the Reserve CO in the United Kingdom back in 2009.
is the newspaper owned and published by CBall. It was primarily used for Gone Wild Gifts and publishing mayoral and party president manifestos. When CBall took over as Reserve CO it was for recruitment and updates.
Later, the paper was used for economic articles, taking a statistical approach to current UK affairs.