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Player Profile for Kerrinth
PR, Publicity, Builder, Requests, Head of the Angelic Host, Host Senior
There was a time before Kerrinth arrived in the meadow, but that was early
in 2001 and ever since he makes very regular visits... Mostly to the cloud
to visit his recent victims! His very first character was a troll mage which
was quickly forgotten about to make way for an elf mage however these days he
has managed to find many different combinations that he enjoys. As a Canadian
resident, Kerrinth is prone to bouts of, "EH?" and excessive rants about back
bacon and moose, but that shouldn't be taken as something to worry about.
What he is responsible for:
Most general things that need looking at. While working slowly on builder
projects or tasks he is in charge of the Angels and Archangels, and will help
them tend to the new players of AVATAR. Working with general PR or publicity
items and requests he dips his hands in a variety of tasks, and is able to
find a resolution or the person for the resolution of most issues.
How to reach him:
The best (and fastest way!) to reach him is through e-mail:
Kerrinth@outland.org, however you can also use a note on board 2 or PM
on the website: www.outland.org. If you try sending him a tell and he does not
answer right away do not fret! He may have just missed your tell, try sending
it again after a few moments!
No image Kerrinth
Kerrinth is currently working with the Retro and Documentation teams and helps the angelic host as an Advisor.
No image Kerrtest
This is Kerrinth's test beast. If you think Chloroform gave you a beating last EHA run you should hear what Kerrtest has been through..
laazarus Aug 12 2017 09:28 the wiki has been down for over 24hrs (ERROR 502 - Bad Gateway!)
laazarus Apr 08 2017 02:54 TMS seems to be counting more accurately this month
laazarus Mar 02 2017 13:07 TMS is still not counting votes, damn them! Somehow they count Outbound clicks better then Inbound which you would think would indicate to them there is an obvious error, but apparently not.