Now and Then

November 24, 2010 in World 016 News, World News

Hello readers. Sorry for the long delay, but I failed to get my blog out last week before I went on a trip to one of the few places left in the world with neither internet nor cell phone signal. Some may call it a myth, but it’s there and I found it! Now for this week, a project that I’ve been thinking of for a while, looking back at the history of individual players throughout W16 who are still around today. Much to my surprise, part way through my work on gathering information, I received this very same suggestion from several readers as a possible topic, something that encouraged me to follow through with this idea.

For my interview this week, I chose three players who came to mind as having some interesting histories from what I knew. One was Adamjrose2, a player who I have been with from almost the beginning. Another was Macondude, a player starting with a humble beginning in the southeast and slowly working his way up. The last was Orel1, an outspoken player who may hold the record for most big accounts played as well as most major tribes that he was a part of at one time or another. Although starting in three separate corners of the world, their paths all lead them to their present home in C².

First is a short interview from Adam, who was kind enough to agree to do another with me.

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Next is Macon, one half of the Robonot account.

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Finally, we have Orel, the second half of the Robonot account.

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Thanks again to my three interviewees in agreeing to take the time to share their histories for this blog.

I hope everyone enjoyed reading this as much as I did. I plan to make a blog like this every month, spot lighting a few players each time. If anyone has any suggestions for players they feel may have an interesting history, please feel free to comment below or contact me in-game or on the PnP forums. Also, if anyone has any suggestions on how I can improve these articles, then again, please feel free to make your thoughts known in some way. I’m always looking for ways to improve my writing.

Thanks to all for reading again. Until next time, your W16 blogger and fellow spreader of carnage,