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[News] Ahab Best Archer of 2008!

Discussion in 'UO Origin' started by Guest, Feb 25, 2008.

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    <center> [​IMG]</center> [​IMG]aturday, February 23 the archers of Origin arrived at the East Britain Calvary Guild in Fel for the 2008 Best Archer Championship. Was a great turnout for our small community with over 17 participants and seven guilds.

    While everyone is applauded for thier efforts, the three top winners were Ahab with a score of 200 (awarded 1 million and an engraved bow), Zora with 160 who took home 500K and Thrace, awarded 250K for a score of 150 her first round and 200 on the second. There was no shoot off.

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    Georgia Ann and Mia made and served a wonderful array of food to go with the drinks served.

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    And while imbibing in drink and getting full on the food, those who strived to win but failed, continued to hone thier skills in hopes of doing better next year. We all applaud Barik Brightaxe who truly came and shot with a great penalty as he had to use an elven crafted bow. The contest committee will take this into consideration for next year's contest.

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