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Once in a Lifetime October 10, 2005


Editor's Comments:History, and the stories it lends itself towards. Are the tides turning in the war between you-know-who and you-know-who-else? That's a good question. I'm going to go bake a pie.


Editor's Comments:Continuation of a series of eds; our man Snyder targets MMOGs and what they've added to the field. "Hot elf women" would be a good place to start. I'm going to go steal a pie.


Editor's Comments:Number Six, we've been waiting for you. Another MMO-centric ed, this one about the problem of not enough bosses to go around. Hey, where I come from, that's a blessing in disguise. Roku dedicates this editorial to the good Mr. Rage. I'm going to go buy a pie.


Editor's Comments:A lesson not in going back to the basics, but analyzing why the basics are the basics. Or so I gather. I'm going to give the pie I baked to the man I stole a pie from, and then use the two remaining pies to hunt the most dangerous prey of all: cake.




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Ahh, it's good to have eds again. New ones, even. How 'bout that?

Considerable nostalgia this time around; the good Mr. Ang brings us an ed about gaming's fundamentals, and Aethelred has something to say about the problems of being top dog. Nobody stays on top forever, right? Anyhoo, Roku and Snyder join us once again, both to talk about MMOs in their own, special ways; Roku has a beef with bosses, or the scarcity thereof, and Snyder... well, he just wants to talk. We call it the Nick Kesting special.

We're up and breathing, folks, but we still need those eds. I know, I know, we've been over this, but I have to ask at least once at every possibility while we're hovering around zero. They've taken all my socks as collateral, and let me tell you - when it's 35 outside, a pair of socks can mean the difference between sitting comfortably while tolerating that cheesy, poorly-censored action flick on FX, and being grumpy and pointing out all the inconsistences and bad acting. And I don't like complaining, I like just sitting and watching while Vin Diesel blows stuff up. Is that too much to ask?

Before I close things up for this week, I'd like to extend my thanks to the good Diana Scott, AKA RunScottie, with whom we have parted ways this past week. Time constraints, they are a hassle. Scottie, ya done good, and it was a pleasure workin' with you. Thanks for all your help, especially with that contest stuffs, and good luck wherever you go. Das vidania, comrade!

Until next time, boys and girls. Until next time.

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