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Everyone in Mhaldor, for making me feel at home with Nizaris, and helping to provide definition for my character. You guys have been awesome, and you keep me coming back.In no particular order, and primarily focused on the ones I interact with regularly, now:@Jurixe: Not sure what else can be said, that hasn't been already. But basically, you set a standard that I try to live up to. Thank you.@Xer: You are the exception to the rule: very high standard of RP, and someone who is progressing in combat every day. Thank you for all of the leadership that you have taken on, also.@Quei: Being a great adopted daughter, and jumping in and helping out with administrative stuff whenever I needed you. Thank you so much.@Xenomorph: You have been a great leader, and somehow manage to find a decent balance between being Evil, and encouraging. Keep doing what you're doing.@Azor: You have been an excellent mentor to Nizaris, and he's really digging your leadership style: open ear when he needs it to bounce ideas off of, while at the same time, providing him with with enough rope to hang himself on, and also helpful suggestions from your years of leadership. Thank you.@Isaiah: For making me, as your mentor, buckle down and try and figure out combat, even if just a little. Our present coding project is slowly taking shape, and I am glad to see that it is having a positive effect on your experience with the game. Also, thank you for our little OOC talks about life, family, and faith.@Malkuzad: Not sure if you read here, but ... you have been an incredibly patient, incredibly persistent protege. Somehow, interruptions (like raids, ambassador interviews, new Malefics, etc), always seem to happen when we're working together. This bugs me to no end, because I feel like you get the short end of the stick. Thanks for sticking it out with me as long as you have, and I am looking forward to playing with you more.
Eat like a caveman, train like a beast. Champions are not born, they are made.
One of the symptoms of an approaching nervous breakdown is the belief that one's work is terribly important
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Please, do you know what kind of shrub I was? Not the kind that dies to voyria, that's what kind.