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Sep 16th 2011 8:47AM Actually, I do have a small french blog. It was originally meant as a small database for my guild, but I also use and abuse it for soapboxing of all kinds :)
It ain't a big house, but it's my little house... \o/
Sep 16th 2011 8:45AM Weird...
Not bad, just... unusual...
Jun 14th 2011 2:22AM Hey, came back to first thank Scott again, second to get a few points straight, third to explain the current status. So thanks scott.
I see a lot of flack coming in the officer's way, unjustly. The discussion had remained calm and reasonable until she was basically accused to forbid weekday raids. Further, the supporter was a notorious troll who had recently been warned against such behavior. So basically, I kicked down a troll that made discussing an important point more difficult. I see also a lot of "power-grabbing", "stop having fun guys" accusations. Let me remind you that there has never been a serious consideration of forbidding weekday raids. See above for false accusation.
Anyhow, here's the current rundown: the weekday day WILL remain, all officers are in agreement that it's useless and pointless to forbid any raiding as long as no harm comes to our "regularly scheduled raid". Where the officer IS right, is that I believe we should make the necessary to offer an opportunity for alt raids in the weekend. I'll give those a shot the coming weekend and see the popularity it gains.
I mentionned that in a reply to Scott, I was mostly looking for tips and ideas on the "how" - I'm fairly confident that despite any bad blood (for the record: Hoot tried to leave for a HM guild, only to come back when he wasn't accepted. I myself am not certain if he won't try to jump ships again.), BOTH Hoots and the officier are in the right, and the point is, as Scott pointed, to forge both ends in a cohesive whole.
Apr 19th 2011 2:04AM I kind of like Moira, in fact - she's crafty, sneaky and willing to sacrifice innocents, but in many ways, she's the anti-hero of her own story.
The only reason she's painted as a villain is that Kurdran is the protagonist here.
Consider - the anti-hero Moira realises that the Council of Three Hammers WILL fail in its current incarnation, leaving her moral pet - her son - in a very dangerous world indeed. Her uncle Magni is not much to blame - he has been willing, if reluctant to enter the Council. Kurdran, however, has been a nuisance for the Council - a bullheaded male that forced his opinions on his followers - much like her father actually.
Desperate times call for desperate measures, and it's up to the willing to take the dirty work in their own hands, even if it means open lies and quiet murder. This is the story of Moira Bronzebeard, daring noblewoman that will see her son live a better tomorrow. This is the story of Moira DarkIron, a woman with little to lose, and a better world to build, no matter the cost.