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Whoa!! What Just Happened There? My First Trip Beyond The Britian Graveyard

The day I got introduced to the world of PVP
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    I had only dabbled in the Fel. only set when Trammel was introduced. None the less I learned it's not good to join guilds unless you know the people you're joining. This is rule #1 of online gaming as I learned. Well close to rule #1 if it is not already. I can't remember for the life of me now the guild name, but they relentlessly killed me over and over. Eventually I quit accepting resurrections from them and did some reading on the old uo stratics web information site. I quit their guild, but my fascination for playing pvp in gaming and UO began. Your story brought back some memories for me, thank you Jason!