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gilshem ironstone:
I am going to give it up for Pen 'n' Popper again.  First off for the newletters... Are you kidding me?  Those are amazing, he has found a way not only to have an interesting story for his character but to make that story something that binds the community together.  Thank you for the Dragon' Whisper and the Axe and Hammer!

Second was the way he brought together so many dwarves... Most of the dwarves I have met have been through PnP and he engendered that whole community spirit of dwarves for me, mostly through his "Book of Five Rings" Series.  Keep it up PnP and for the love of Vorax play Wanark more often!

Witch Hunter:
And I to Pyyran - your in depth actions with characters really turn some wheels in my imagination, Kudos!

Starr Sapphire, who this past weekend, in the thick of RP madness, followed Beryl at every moment and impressed one nice little cleric of Lucinda.

And Muir/Jeran, for some excellent tension and snappishness and just outright sniping.  RP doesn't always have to be pretty.  (You heal YOUR man and I'll heal mine!)

And Galen, who courts Corba with such sweet gentlemanliness, even if we're fighting; now that's good RP!

If you're not on my list but feel you should be, send me a PM. I have a lot of respect to drop here, and if you're not listed, please don't be offended. I have about 20 minutes to write this.   I'll start with Acacea. I've never seen a Halfling played this way before. You're clear and to the point, and everything you do just explodes with personality. The way she is viewed by some of the player base is upsetting and unwarranted, but the way she handles it is wonderful. It's unusual to see someone put that much depth into their character. SO, on that note, go back to college! And thank you for all of the RP.   Rhynn is one of my favorite people to bother, because everything is always an issue or stressful to her (or the character). She's a unique character and one that is able to see outside of the picture and grasp concepts that should not be unusual about our world, but seem to be. Such as the actual role of a Wizard. They're not buff monkies or there to dish out level 9 spells on cue, but when used in a more subtle way they're able to really have an effect while making use of the rest of the party. I've never had a bad RP experience with her, and I don't think I ever will.   Ozy. Well, there's a lot I can say about Ozy. Ozy is, and will always be, the most interesting character I've ever met. The amount of time and effort to put together a mind-bending concept into a simple-looking Elf in a suit is amazing. I remember the first time I met Ozy to this day. He handed me, and a bunch of other characters, a flower before we were destoryed by a hacked level 20 Sorcerer who happened to own a server called Fraghaus Krynn. When you first start NWN, and the high levels seem so intimidating, Ozy was the one for me. I didn't know how to approach him, let alone hold a conversation with him. And let's not forget Fhalken, the super-dwarf.   IDii. He's a great RPer, and his characters are not only powerful but unique and some of the most fun to interact with. I remember being a Reggubite, following him to the Crypt near Melnon, and watching him take out spawns that a party of Epics might have trouble with today. His characters are all some of my favorites here.   Yard/Raye he's a great RPer, and gets the attention he deserves. He's unique and in my opinion well deserving of the respect he gets. Raye is my favorite Tiefling (other than Key, of course ) and the few chances I do get to RP with her, it's all a deep character hidden behind a shadowy veil of "you're bothering me, go away."   Quillwem and I used to be part of the group that follow Gloin around and hoped he didn't get us killed more than once a day. He and I developed a history that I believe remains to this day, but we drifted apart after he created the Freelancers and Gloin left, and I took a break while he skyrocketed in levels. I'm not going to say I want those times back, because in that time we covered pretty much every inch of West and Central, and to do it all again would be just boring, but I do miss them sometimes. His work on the Freelancers shows that he here is a great leader, and more importantly, a wonderful RPer.   Triba was one of Llu's (my first character here) friends. She is funny, unique, and a pure Halfling. I remember the first time I met her, she was telling riddles around the lake in Beta 4's Hlint. The level difference between Tribs and my characters is sometimes depressing and the differences between them is a great gap to cross. But every time I interact with her the depth of her character is something you wouldn't expect at first glance. She is a character, like Acacea, who continues to use past experiences to shape her character, rather than plowing through them and keeping the orginal concept entirely intact.   Eldarwen is such an important character to Matilda it's unreal. Everything that she says, Matilda will take as pure wisdom, even if it is not. (goofy face emoticon) I wish I was back on the 3rd shift just so I can RP with Eld more. Storm is one of Layo's finest, and well deserving of every in game, and out of game, responsibility given to him.   Hawk and I RP and travel together a lot recently. He's funny (or annoying, depending on your view of things. ), witty, and a member of our commmunity who doesn't get the respect he deserves most of the time. If you look past the goofy nature of Hawk you'll see a rather complex character who is RPing to a degree most people won't bother with.   Ferrit Pandorn and I do not RP together enough. Every single one of her characters has the kind of depth and personal strength to it that is unexpected at the first meeting. But not only as a character, but also a player, she is never unwilling to help someone. If anyone would make a great GM or World Leader, it is her.   Anna plays a character that I respect as both Key and Matilda (and myself) probably the most out of any I know. The amount of detail in every aspect of Anna beyond necessary, and she has truly created another person in the digital realm.   Gotak, I miss you, and I'm sorry about the Slaadi. You created a phrase used to this day by Dwarves and other people awaiting their deaths. Gotak and Linda are both characters that a lot of people do not like, and I will admit that Linda drives Matilda to her absolute end. But it is done entirely through RP, and I respect that. You're awesome, dude, and even if Linda drives a lot of people nuts, you're still a great player.   Chanda has a deep history with Matilda, and one that I look foward to picking up on when he gets back. Chanda works within and outside of the stereotype of a Corathite, and is without a doubt the best Corathite Layonara will ever have.   Ket is one of my favorite Dwarves on Layonara, and maybe even ever. He took a concept and totally reworked it for himself. He's entirely original and one of the funniest characters I've met. I am impressed every time I interact with him. Oh, and his build advice is top-shelf material.
  DMOE will be the last one on this list for now, but since it's not in any real order, it doesn't matter. Her characters have a great feel to them, and one that I think everyone should try and emulate until they're successful. They all just feel like real people, and attaining that is very difficult in a fantasy setting. I respect her and all of her characters, and feel that people can really learn a lot just by watching and interacting with her.  I could go on, and I will later, but right now I'm headed back to class

Harlas Ravelkione:
The dwarven characters in Layonara. Many, if not all, are RP'ed very well. Playing a dwarf here is very different to playing any other race. Dwarves are a community unto themselves on this server. If you are new they welcome you as one of their own and if you are a veteran you are honoured for your experience and past deeds.

Kudos to the dwarves and what they have established and continue to build. :)


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