Hello, I sit here right now, preparing to tear down a home I have loved since the day I obtained it. This house cost me a lot to initially obtain and it was even less then t should have because a guildmate was lucky enough to win it. When he agreed to sell it to me, I knew immediately that I wanted to make a place where the theme of my roleplay (which was Daemonic evil) was represented, but I also wanted to provide the shard with as much functionality as I could. The house was placed for me by Mesanna on 2011-04-15 at 03:29:43 and has had 7780 visits since then. I have seen tons of people use the house, from ressing, to hunting ratmen, to just traveling to the Abyss champions and it made me enjoy the house even more. My time in UO is coming to an end. I started this game with the launch of the T2A expansion in 1998(?) when I was 13 years old and it was magical. I made some amazing friends over the years and have even kept in touch with one specific guy since we were guildie in 1998. He still plays and is probably the only person I still keep in constant touch with from the game. I am posting this now because he's offline and I felt a goodbye post was in order. I hope the new house owner enjoys it as much as I have and I hope he will make it the community focal point it deserves to be. I started roleplaying as Beleth the Daemon Lord in 1999 and joined the guild the Order of the Ebon Skull. Those were the best years of gaming I've ever enjoyed with some of the best people I've ever met. I never achieved my goal of owning a castle, but I did help build 3 large player run cities in my time, and I got to end my time as Beleth with actually being the Warden of the Abyss. I was able to own a house in the closest thing UO has to hell, and I enjoyed it so much. The thing that was missing though were the players of the past. Goodlucks players of Atlantic. I am sorry this post is somewhat of a ramble and I appreciate anyone who took the time to read it. I hope everyone is able to enjoy UO as much as I have for the past 13 years.