railroadbaron

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By Grabthar's Hammer, by the Sons of Warvan, you shall be avenged!

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railroadbaron

I avoided everything about today so hard for the last few weeks. Not being able to log in anymore means we really do have to say goodbye. So, farewell, my friends. Thank you for making this journey so special. I hope someday, we will meet again, perhaps in a world where dreams become reality.


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Varaeth

To all the Glitchen (both players and staff): THANK YOU for making Glitch such a great place and an amazing experience! :)

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Blue Sparrow Blue Sparrow added railroadbaron as a friend! (it's mutual)
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acro, obviously

What all of you said. It wasn't clear to me that it was a do-or-die request at the time, and I stamped my feet and said it reminded me too much of a Zynga game. (Must have more neighbors or cannot succeed!) But the same day I got the news that Glitch was closing I was coming home from my first day on the job after a year and a half of unemployment, and my first intention was to extend the subscription that had been gifted to me. I was already prepared to spend money... and would have been much more comfortable soliciting other players if I had known survival hung in the balance.

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railroadbaron

I would have solicited the HELL out of people if I knew the game hung in the balance. I have a huge community on LJ that I own that I would have broken the rules and solicited to for Glitch. I just didn't know they were in dire straits. No one knew. I mean, it was BARELY out of Beta, how were we to know they would make a decision without trying for a longer period of time first?


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Osiris ?

I'd rather have had Glitch back. But I took my money because it seemed as though there was no returning for the game. Plus I needed that money badly.

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railroadbaron

Yeah. I didn't mind them having my money when the game was going to be around, but if I wasn't going to have anything to show for it, the 100+ dollars I spent were something I needed back.


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