I'm fairly certain that in the last week alone you've \"quit for good\" three times, yet like an otherworldly boomerang you keep coming back.

It is a fundamental fault of many in Avalon to assume that inferiority equals cheating. This is not the case. Overpowering, unbalanced and cheating are not the same thing no matter what one wishes to be true.

As Nostradamus once said to me: Any chink in your armour does not constitute a game flaw. I say the same to you, and to Clara, and to the others whose immediate reaction upon losing is to cry cheat! bug! griefer! abuse!

Let me put it more simply: Losing != Cheating

I have never shared characters with anyone and the last time this accusation was brought up it caused someone very dear to me to leave the realm (as in, actually leave the realm. Not choose DDW, log off, log immediately back in and spend the next few days making inane and badly formatted BB posts).

Honestly, I can't even remember my last meltdown; there have been many, though I am fairly willing to bet it wasn't anything to do with teaming and more to do with factors I have no intention of discussing on this forum.

This is the last response I will be making to you on this matter. I commend you on your ability to look up the word \"glib\" but know this - every word I say on this BB is sincere whether it be in overwhelming verbosity or slicing concision.

The improvement of the land will not be borne of running when things get tough, of choosing duellism to \"annoy people\", of shouting and cursing and calling people names. It will be borne of proaction, by those who seize the gauntlet and make things happen.

It is the duty of all of us to see this through. I'm doing it - as evidenced by my city which grows every day while Parrius wanes indolent and ignores threats that court its very borders every single day.

--_Salvador, True Avalon

Quaff potions

Absolve Helga

Written and shown unedited exactly as rendered by text based game bulletin board on Avalon Online RPG and by my hand on the 11th of Midwinter, in the year 1353.