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(Player Event) Honesty Recruitment - Mini Events- Part 2

Discussion in 'UO Siege Perilous' started by York_Siege, Nov 25, 2013.

  1. York_Siege

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    Honesty Recruitment - Mini Events- Part 2
    I still have a fair amount of prizes left over. I would really like to give these away in the next few days. I decided to throw several mini events at different times during the week. I feel staggering the events will allow more people to join in.

    Events Include

    Musical Chairs

    Jousting

    Mage Battles

    Archery Duels

    Readings of: “A Welcome”, “The Shattering”, “My Book” (by. sherry the mouse), and a Retelling of the History of Moonglow. (These will be done in Person and in a Separate Chat Channel)

    As stated before, These Events will be staggered throughout the day. They will be announced the Day of that Event In-game and in forum. It’s best to check this Thread daily for updates.

    Monday-7 pm East
    Musical Chairs
    Monday- 9 pm East

    A Reading of “A Welcome”, And “My Book”
     
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    Monday’s Events went well, Musical Chairs quickly turned into a bloody mess when dueling broke out. Kattastrophe dominated the competition with her bow. However, it was Tick who claimed the top prize for musical chairs. Not a bad turnout for a Monday. I was taught that in business success is reached at 10 percent of the market (at least most major markets). Unless there were more than 40 people on, 4 is a pretty decent turnout.
    Thanks for the fun.

    The Readings of “A Welcome” By Blackthorn and “My Book” by Sherry the Mouse went very well. Both are in game books and shed a light into the story of the land we are playing in. I will do more of these throughout the week. I plan on doing a reading in the Morning on Tuesday around 9 to 9:30am east. I will host Musical Chairs in the Evening.

    Thanks for the Support

    Up Next - Tuesday

    Morning Readings are (around 9 to 9:30 am) “The Bold Stranger” by Old Fabio the Poor and “The Fight” by M. De La Garza.
     
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  3. startle

    startle Siege... Where the fun begins.
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    You are aware, Sir York, that the giant horde of people on Siege who share my Pacific time zone - may find the timing of your Morning Readings to be a bit tedious, attendance wise... :cool:
    btw - I'm Frost there...:eek: I'm thinkin' 9am EASTERN is stretching things a bit for everybody WEST of you..... especially those of us who are WAY west of you....
     
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    That is a valid point Frost, I decided to stagger the events throughout the week so more people can take part. There is a fair amount of people that play at this time. These people normally are not on at night.
    I can though get on later in the evening and do another reading.
     
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    Very good, York... I enjoyed yesterday's reading and look forward to more. I think it's a good way to get more people into the RP aspect of the game, by understanding some of the history behind it all...
     
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    Did you think That I wouldnt whack tick? *grins* Sides Winning the dueling compitition felt wonderfull. Thank you York for the oppertunity to play.
     
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    This morning there was a reading of "the Burning of Trinsic". I will do a late night reading of "Charger of the Fallen" and "on the diversity of our land" By Blackthorn.
     
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    Any chance you could be a bit more specific on when "late night" might be for you?
     
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    Sorry about that, after 11 pm east.
     
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    To Close out the Week. Tonight's reading (10 30pm East ) will be The History of Moonglow.
    Since this is pretty long it will be done in three parts; i will break a twice.
    Thanks
    York
     
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    Well done, York... Well done.