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Discussion in 'UO Great Lakes' started by Lady Lava, Aug 14, 2010.
Thank you Lady Lava for the post and for your kind words. It took a long time for the guild to acquire all of the buildings in the valley area and it is an ongoing project as we develop our little town. We are thrilled with the new banner (71o 7'N, 22o 55'E) at the north end of the valley.
Everyone on GL please watch for our anniversary events coming this fall as Guild of Friends celebrates 12 years. We are planning the usual array of events including a public idoc which should be even better than the one we had last year!
Shurkin of GOF
I don't see a story; the link takes me to the Michael of Moonglow story.
Also there's no [news] tag with this post; perhaps those are related?
I'll be sure to check out the banner at some point, either way. Congratulations.
I'm very glad they're doing the banners.
Thank you lady Lave for the kind words, the Banner is a much deserved addition to our valley.
You really should see a doctor about that cough.
I am glad you enjoyed and appreciated the story. It is a great banner for sure!
Grats on your Banner!
Thank you all GOF members for the great job over the past 12 years!
Oh I see why I didn't see the story now....The replies are new so I thought the story was new.
I wasn't looking further down enough on the page.
Nice banner, I checked it out yesterday I think.
Galen's Player we are all glad your cough is better.
Sorry Lady lava that it took so long for me to get this message out but thank you very much for the work you do in general and the reporting of the Banners- not only this one for The Guild of Friends but earlier ones as well. I also want to thank all those members of GOF who assisted me in working out the design as well as the EMs who helped work out the little kinks. I think the banner program is one really good idea that helps add that little bit of solidarity to players who have (like GOF) built up a working neighborhood.