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EM now at Brit Councilors Guild

Discussion in 'UO Siege Perilous' started by RedDaTeef, Dec 31, 2008.

  1. RedDaTeef

    RedDaTeef Guest

    Come EM Alchor
     
  2. Troop

    Troop Sage
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    I was quite happy to meet EM Alcor. However, when I arrived I noticed that he was wearing no shoes! I went to the elvin shoe factory straight away, and the elves there were happy to craft a handsome pair of green shoes for Alcor. Someone else provided a spiffy new hat for our EM to wear as well.

    Welcome EM Alcor to Siege!
     
  3. God_Majere

    God_Majere Guest

    Our EM is a fisherman :D

    I gave him the hat and fishing pole. lmao
     

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  4. RedDaTeef

    RedDaTeef Guest

    Nice guy...regular guy. Seems like "I almost knew him" kinda thing.

    He said he knew the rules of Siege farly well.

    He didn't give out any sashes or didn't show off his power and only once did a disappearing/reappearing act (like an invis/teleport) for us.

    We told him not to add blessed items.

    Pretty much just stood around and "talked story" with him and a few others.

    Seems he'll do an all right job.
     
  5. Sweeney

    Sweeney Guest

    I bet he broadcasted all the stealthing thieves in the room. Unless he learned how to let people have their own playstyle and not interfere, he's just a biased EM to me.. lower than low.
     
  6. Petra Fyde

    Petra Fyde Peerless Chatterbox
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    He did nothing of the kind!

    He knows Siege, I think we should give him the benefit of the doubt.

    Or do you believe in the cynical 'guilty until proven innocent' approach?