Olde members?

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Re:Olde members?

Post by Purgatory » Sun Sep 26, 2004 9:30 pm

i'm about,
just been really busy. :)
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Re:Olde members?

Post by Snowcat » Mon Sep 27, 2004 10:09 am

The Tigger is still kicking around, my apologies for not posting in a while.

I've been busy causing havoc in the RP board 'Surrounds' for the last few months as 'Coriolis' (I take back any negative comments that I ever made about it! 'tis been great fun!) as well as trying to keep tabs on the various KM related projects that I'm now involved with (Tho' I'm saying nothing about them for now! ;) ).

There's very little that I can really add to any conversation that I haven't already contributed... I don't see any point in repeating old points ad nauseum when the original posts are still out there to be found. That would simply lead to the board stagnating...

Mind you, I'm still watching!
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Re:Olde members?

Post by Thanatos » Tue Sep 28, 2004 8:38 pm

I've been here since June 2001.
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Re:Olde members?

Post by Kieran » Tue Sep 28, 2004 11:51 pm

I believe I am still here, too.

Many 'old' members tend to use MSN or KM Chat as their Community medium these days.

I still have plenty of contact with some of the old members who no longer post here. A shame really, but you never know, they know where we are, one day they may come back! If they haven't kept up with the news, I imagine a few are in for quite a shock!
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Re:Olde members?

Post by Fidjit » Wed Sep 29, 2004 9:31 am

Wait until Christmas guys, thisshall be an exciting seaon... ;D
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Re:Olde members?

Post by Elita » Wed Sep 29, 2004 9:44 pm

I'm still around, (and have been since January '03) but back in Unannounced Lurker Mode until further notice. Shiny objects, RPGs and old Amiga games have proven to be bigger distractions than I'd thought.

I'm planning to give my KM site a facelift at some point, (there's so many characters I haven't insulted yet...) but knowing my attention span, it won't be done at any point in the near future.
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Re:Olde members?

Post by Pooka » Fri Oct 01, 2004 12:08 am

I'm the ultimate olde member, and I'm still around - always will be! As K suggests, a few of the older members of the community tend to haunt KM Chat, and Illusion has correctly pointed out that a lot of us only say things on the forum when our de-lurk mode is activated.

I mean, look at Forester - longevity, four and a bit years. Post count, 21.
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Re:Olde members?

Post by NeilJones » Sat Oct 02, 2004 10:40 pm

I have actually existed in this community since late 2000. I just have other online/offline committments now.

Anyway, I prefer quality over quantity. 32 good post instead of 96 crap ones. Yes.
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Re:Olde members?

Post by Lord_Bob » Sun Oct 03, 2004 9:12 am

What about 812 crap ones? :o ;)

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Re:Olde members?

Post by Emii » Sun Oct 03, 2004 3:26 pm

That's quite a shock...I think I've been here since about 2001...wow :-X
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Re:Olde members?

Post by NeilJones » Sun Oct 03, 2004 11:17 pm

ringmasterrob wrote: What about 812 crap ones? :o ;)
If you've made 812 crap posts that's not my problem. It probably means you need to get out a little more :)
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Re:Olde members?

Post by Lord_Bob » Mon Oct 04, 2004 6:55 am

Even though I was joking, you'd be hard pressed to find anyone who would disagree with the statement that I need to get out more.

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Re:Olde members?

Post by Drassil » Wed Oct 06, 2004 2:27 am

I don't think that longevity, even though it garners respect at times, should have any great relation to status. Post count certainly shouldn't. Any member who's here, now, reading and/or posting, taking an interest, is as valid a Knightmare fan as the next. It would be nice if everyone who joins and settles in would post a while, post forever... but it's not going to happen. Better to hope that people have a good time during their stay of activity, and have a good time with other stuff when they move on, even if they don't say adieu as such. And comebacks aren't always wise or successful - look at Dirty Den! (In fact, don't. ;))

I'm more an older member than an olde member. Exactly a year ago, I started my Knewbie Welcome thread. Six months after that, I'd had the privilege of closely befriending and meeting some of the members who'd welcomed me, and other members too. I owe this place a lot - more than 632 posts or more can express - and I don't plan on packing my bags just yet... :)
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Re:Olde members?

Post by Scott_Wilkinson » Wed Oct 06, 2004 12:42 pm

I've been on the Knightmare website since 2001.
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Re:Olde members?

Post by Lowebo » Fri Oct 08, 2004 7:27 am

Been around since Tuesday 19 November 2002 - quite scary that its almost been two years. I drift in and out of posting 'sessions' - i'll post solidly for a month, then drift away - still check the board almost daily though! :D
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