It took some planning but Ceno and I finally completed our “date” that had been gifted to me by Girl Scout Marqi. Thank you, Girl Scout Marqi. It was an excellent experience! Ceno started off by reassuring me that he was a perfect gentleman and he never puts out on the first date. *LOL* We started the MT guildhouse tour on Baja in Fel. Since time was short, we did the other shards a couple weeks later. We went to Lake Superior, Atlantic, Sonoma and Pacific. I was most impressed with Baja and Lake Superior. Both of those locations had many items that had been placed by Seers and therefore are blessed and don’t need to be locked down. To someone who doesn’t remember the early days of UO, they wouldn’t know how rare many of these items are. From candelabras to tables with tablecloths, I looked around in amazement knowing that these items were ones that weren’t owned by many of us; me included. The guildhouse on Sonoma has fallen and the ruins are still there surrounded by spawn of kraken that are leftovers from an EM event. Ceno warned me not to get too close to the ruins or risk death by the kraken. He fell victim to them which made me burst out laughing. Though I knew he did it just to show me, it didn’t lose it’s humor. If any of you are curious about MT and the history of that guild (or any of the old "blessed" guildhouses), I would strongly recommend checking out the MT guildhouses or seeking out Ceno. He was a wonderful tour guide and very knowledgeable about the history. I hated to see the tour end but supper time was calling. It was nothing short of fascinating for me and to any who love UO’s history, I’m sure the same would ring true.