I've read your post... and I think I can honestly say that before I read it,
I wasn't aware that there was anymore God/Player interaction than there is right
now. I think I can speak for all of us younger players when I say this, as none
of us have been around in the Avalonian \"Era\" that you speak of. While it is
possible to endure in the new times Avalon is in (although I do think Dunccan
has termed it best when calling it a bloodbath), I personally would appreciate
a revival of the past times that you speak so fondly of. As the player of an
immortal character on another MUD, I have found that the more input that game
implementors can get from players, the better the game will be. And I believe that
is what everyone, whether player or implementor, wishes for most.
In respect to the continual improvement of Avalon as a whole,
-Sorianon of the Mages
Written by my hand on the 6th of Cloudburst, in the year 1033.