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In Remembrance of the LukatisSkywalker

Discussion in 'UO Player Memorial Forum' started by Orvago, Dec 14, 2004.

  1. Orvago

    Orvago Stratics' Finest
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    Feb 26, 2004
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    Celebrating the Life of
    James M. S., Jr.

    Entered into Life
    September 26, 1980

    Entered into Rest
    September 8, 2004

    James was my best friend , I talked him into joining me in playing Ultima Online, Baja Shard in Mid-1998.

    Together we played for many years, and together we founded The Circle of Nine Stars of Mystra Guild, CNS of Baja.

    The Baja Shard was the only Shard we played on, in it, he was known as the following names:

    • LukatisSkywalker
    • SolonarSkywalker
    • Wanderer
    • Maximus
    • Lucrecia
    • House Skywalker

    He had many friends on Baja and in real life. He is, and will be greatly missed by all that knew the kindness in his heart.

    Quoted from his eulogy at his funeral is this Poem:

    James was in a 4-Wheeler accident 3 weeks before he passed away. He had suffered major head injuries, and slipped into a coma. He passed into rest, pain-free early in the morning, September 8th, 2004.

    About a year before James passed away, his accounts were illegally sold by someone we thought to be a trusted friend.

    The buyer of his accounts is not to blame, the one who owns them now and plays his old characters is a decent person, I do not have any ill feelings towards him owning and continuing to play his old characters. In fact, I am pleased and honored that someone can enjoy the creations James made.


    Blessed Be James, I miss you my friend, and one day, we shall see each other again, whether in the after-life or in our next lives.

    With Love,
    Orvago the Terraseer of Baja