Schmiggs wrote:What about corrupt CAL admins?
LAN_MAN and Diecast don't need protecting anymore, you can rest.
bewton wrote:Batman, .img-, Clone Rizzo - We just enjoyed playing the game so much together and had fun day in and day out. Love these gays guys.
suicyde wrote:Wow, I'm not even sure where to start. Of any "community" I've ever been a part of, DoD always had the most interesting personalities, which I think was reinforced by the relatively small playerbase. Even among people that hated each other, everybody influenced everybody else in some way, and I think that's what made the glory days so great.
Anyway, my influences, not necessarily related to the game whatsoever:
kame - for being my friend and then disappearing off the face of the planet
jello - being the richest, funniest and most attractive dod player (also the loudest)
ackpth - weirdly responsible for my taste in music over the past decade
darkrabbi - in a world where nobody had their shit together, he always did. put up with me even though he didn't have to.
profiction - mainly because of his daft punk alarm clock. perhaps other reasons
ward - possibly the biggest shittalker to ever grace the game. backed it up
eckman - the player everyone wanted to be. talented and nice about it. i watched a whole episode of shalom in the home because of him.
veridian and the entire uTi crew - gave me my first chance to be involved in the community and my first introduction to the hobby of getting drunk while playing videogames
i0nized and everyone at CPL 03 - introduced me to everclear at the tender age of 16. didn't abandon me after i proned in the hyatt regency lobby
Last but not least, the rest of the mogga crew & friends, crazyvato, ivan, timkim, everyone remaining from |NUDE|, for giving the whole scene some life long after the game died for me.
My only regret is being a major-league shithead to almost everybody, all of the time. I could have had a real friendship or two. Anyway, thanks for the memories, ya'll.
Hopaclanda.propaganda wrote:Don't let Corey Marko lie to any of you...taught him everything he knows regarding dod. Lying prick.
I must say it is an honor to be voted the most influential DOD player of all time. I must admit that over the years I was concerned that my standing within the community was waning but today I realize my folly and take my place among the most influential players of all time.
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