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5-16-2011 @ 7:00PM
I can think of only one man who could possibly receive this first, in the end. My guild's co-GM has been not only my most loyal member (Having left only once due to a large error in my judgement, though he promptly came back and refuses to leave now), but my most supportive, through good and bad, through in-game and real life. He's been pretty much leading all of the guild raids since I quit doing the job myself due to organizational stress, and has been my check in balance and personal advisor for tough decisions. He pays attention during raids and knows what he's doing, and does plenty of research. He's developed a number of alts since Cata, but he's always stuck with his mage throughout when it comes to raiding, unless we absolutely need a tank.I know for a fact that he would not leave my guild. He's done it once, and has regretted it ever since. At this point he's made it one of his primary goals to not only keep this guild alive and thriving, but also to push us forward to places we haven't been before. If it hadn't been for him, we likely wouldn't even be raiding right now.Of the hundreds of players that have been through my guild, and the hundreds of players I've known in my 6 or 7 years (including alpha/beta testing) of playing WoW, he is the one I would pick above all else.Yet it is not up to me. It's his choice. He can still decline such an offer, and he wants to. He wants to give the staff to his fellow mage, one who he has worked beside since she first joined the guild. His "wonder twin" as he says. If anything, that is more incentive for why he deserves it, because he is such a selfless man, and he understands that if he declines it now, or can't get it now, he'll receive it in his own time.These are the same reasons he's my freaking Co-GM lol.If he ever sees this, he'll know I'm speaking of him :) I hope he's embarrassed.
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