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Videos you might want to see (Lord British's rl house, etc.)

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by BlissMarie, Mar 2, 2010.

  1. BlissMarie

    BlissMarie Lore Keeper
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    May 28, 2008
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    These things might have been mentioned on Stratics before, but I don't recall having read about them, so I will go ahead and make this post. Pardon me, please, if it is old news to some of you.

    I watched a documentary, Second Skin, on Netflix this morning. It's a movie about gamers. When I got to the end of the film, it stated that one of the game addicted guys in the film, Andy, now works as community coordinator for Warhammer Online. That rang a bell, so I watched the remaining credits and saw his name is Andy Belford. I searched for that last name in UHall and see that he is Community Coordinator for Mythic and takes care of UO things, as well. Now I think I have to go back and watch the whole thing over again and pay closer attention to all that was said about Andy. =) j/k - not watching it again!

    Somehow, I ended up at secondskinfilm.com, where I ran across a link to a video about Lord British/Richard Garriott. It shows bits of his personal collections and one of his secret passageways, among other things. The Richard Garriott film is about 20 minutes long and can be viewed here:

    I thought some of you might enjoy checking these out.

  2. Walker B

    Walker B Guest

    Thanks for the vid link Bliss. He sure is an inspirational guy.
  3. Argoas

    Argoas Guest

    That's not a house, but a mansion!!