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> honoring a long time player, Uncle passed - has been playing ashen empires since dransik days
L o S
post Jan 7 2019, 11:01 PM
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Uncle recently passed away and was a big fan of the game a long with me and my cousin. Sadly his house poofed before we were able to catch that his vip ran out. We have been players/subs since iron will days and dransik pre ds.

We are looking for ideas on how to honor him in game and would of course even be willing to pay for sub or a way to honor him. Any ideas and has a GM or One Eye been receptive to this? Putting a gravestone in game or something of the sort? Not sure just looking for ideas on how to honor an old player.

Thanks

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Zerzil
post Jan 11 2019, 04:08 AM
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May he Rest In Peace.

I think there is a grave yard for fallen players. Not sure how you go about getting a head stone.
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post Jan 15 2019, 07:28 PM
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Thank you Zerzil ! Ok hopefully a gm or something sees this I pinged one eye maybe I'll call a gm in game :D
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post Jan 17 2019, 03:29 PM
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There is a "Fallen Warriors" monument at 2601,2149,0 on the western coast of Valmond. I do not believe anybody has been added to it in many years. Only devs have any control over it. You can try sending in a support ticket with the account name, char name, etc., for the departed player and requesting that they be added to the monument.
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