Topic A Thank You.
You were my first server, the very first way back in days of classical vanilla World of Warcraft. I was but a simple undead warrior with no clue what I was doing other than thinking a gun was awesome to have, and that cannibalize was the greatest racial in the world.
This is a thank you to a single person that did something that I feel is a lost gesture in todays MMO world and community.
Eyelem, from what was once <Travelers of Kalimdor>, a plucky undead warlock already level 60. Taught me the very basics of WoW, that my warrior wanted strength for most things, and stamina if I ever dreamed of playing the tough-as-nails tank. She also did me the kindness of teaching me what need and greed meant, ever since she helped me down in an overcrowded quest crypt when a piece of malachite dropped.
I remember you inviting me to your own guild, just a bank for you at the time, and way loaded with things I could only dream of. Even going so far as to reroll to a BElf warlock to be like you come the launch of the burning crusade. Many runs of Scarlet Monastary with you and your felguard were had, I even still have my first helmet on that lowly undead warrior sitting on the server.
The fondest memory that is forever memorialized is of you taking me and two other warlocks into Dire Maul for our dreadsteeds, letting Nebelstreif the druid tag along just to play the part. Forever those screenshots of us with our new mounts are set aside on USB and CD memory.
Thank you, for all of it.
Kiarrn/Solarianis of Alleria, long since transfered and left for newer lands and adventure.
PS: Keep it up, Alleria.