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Jaux created on 18th of November 2011, and is dead and gone (44 years old, 556 hours)

Title: the Last Bastion of Balance
Gender: Male
Level: 50
Class: werebeast ranger

Background history:



Description:

Before you stands a werebeast of rather average build. He is about five foot tall and well muscled and equipped to go to battle. His short posture and muscular stature is rather common heritage. Jaux's narrow face is deep brown and extremely hairy in appearance as if he has never seen a razor. His emerald green eyes have a bright daunting look as if he was ready to adventure the lands. He smells of musk and pine like being deep within the wood. Jaux has an image of style and one that wishes to preserve balance.


PK stats:

Kills: 0, Deaths: 0 (Ratio: 0:0, Efficiency: 0%)
Pinnacle Kills: 0, Pinnacle Deaths: 0 (Ratio: 0:0, Efficiency: 0%)

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  1. Rensumieast [reply]
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    I thought your record would be much better. You must have had some hard times in the beginning but just goes to show everyone if you stick it out long enough you get amazing. To bad you didn't con die that would have been epic.
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    1. Simpleton [reply]
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      This was by far my best character second overall cabal leader. I decided to go for the Keepers I knew in my heart that I wanted to lead them but I always struggled with gaining members and keeping them. I went from talking to newbies, posting scrolls, and placing ads with the heralds to try and drum up recruits. Good people will fall good leaders so I thought that there might be something wrong with me. I finally learned that people (from the imms) either will join a cabal or will not, no matter what I do or don't do. Had some tough times in the beginning fighting off all of the gangs but ended up working past it. I had been planning this for quite some time but I wanted the cabal to be in the right place before I did this. The cabal is in a good place, so I knew it was the right thing to do.

      I had some many good times with this character, with my wife Beljia to seeing how so many changes over the years. I just wanted to thank the staff for all of the improvements that have been made to the game. The changes to combat, dirt kick, and the other classes is all great stuff. Its not just the game itself that draws everyone in its the constant change and improvement that keeps everyone coming back for more.
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      1. Thorgoth [reply]
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        Nooooooo!!! Man, you were a beacon of everything Keepers stood for and didn't seem to have a bad bone in your body. As far as the record, I'd say that is something to be proud of for the length of time Jaux was around and how much you developed your fighting over time.

        P.S - the special weapons/arrows you have are pimp
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        1. Beljia [reply]
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          So it finally happened... I am going to miss you. I never responded to your post in my GY, but honestly I was touched by it. You did well as a Keeper, you reminded me of Hrimoyan.

          Overall, I thought you were a great teacher. You may have been somewhat boring to watch (even Irekyru and Xain were entertaining when I knew they were going to die quickly), but that's not what it's all about, even for a Herald. I learned a lot from you, I doubt I would have become High Herald without your input. I can still thank you for getting me where I am today, even outside the realms.

          And of course, there was our relationship. I think that my in-game experiences naturally led me to you, but to avoid boring people with details, I will leave out what did it.

          Thank you for being part of my experience.
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          1. Xenyar [reply]
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            Ole Jaux.... sad to see you go man. You played him well, and very level headed too. Tons of good fights betweem Jaux and Valox. About half of those ranger deaths could have easily been victories for you...thats how close some of our fights were.

            Playing a cabal leader in a cabal that is tough to get members can be discouraging I guess. It was great for AR and the Keeper cabal to have somebody like you hang in there that long.

            Good luck on the next char!
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            1. Eloret [reply]
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              Shame to see you go dude but my experience against you was very good. Battle and RP. I remember being in Legion with one of your older chars haha. Good to see you have another cabal leader. Good luck with the next.
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              1. Ergorion [reply]
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                I think the Keeper leader dynamic has been a great one. I mean, there have been what, maybe four or five leaders in the history of the cabal?

                Clifton's, Hrimo, maybe an invoker?, and Jaux.

                If only the roster of the cabal were that long-lived.

                Jaux was a stalwart of the game and will be missed.
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                1. Nadrin [reply]
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                  Jaux was awesome. I wasn't super impressed pre 50, we had a couple of fights that just really did not go your way. Then you hit 50 and it was like you were a different person. You did really well, and we had a lot of really good fights. I think we ended up about 50/50 for our fights against eachother. Not sure as I had quite a few characters throughout the life of your character. It makes a lot of sense though, I still remember when you had Kavere and I had my first couple of knights. Good times. Good luck with the next one, Jaux had great Rp, and was perhaps the most honorable person any of my characters have met in the game.
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                  1. Esivole [reply]
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                    You forgot mthakik was leader.

                    Anyway. I liked jaux for the most part, pretty solid all around. Well done.
                    All I have to say is, "this way is faster if you have pass door"
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                    1. Erlwith [reply]
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                      Jaux/Beia two of the very, very, very few worthy RPers I've noted in quite a long time.
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                      1. Erlwith [reply]
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                        Beljia not Beia
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                        1. Thorgoth [reply]
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                          And Trogm.
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                          1. Ergorion [reply]
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                            You can't nominate yourself.

                            The next Keeper leader has high standards to live up to.
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                            1. Hrimoyan [reply]
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                              Very well done Jaux. I couldn't ask for more from you. We talked at good length in game and you were a model leader for the Halls. Excellent job. I look forward to the next character you roll.

                              Yurneepo, Myself, Mthakik (Avian Ninja), and Jaux have been our past leaders up to this point. It takes a lot to be a cabal lead, especially a great mind set and patience. Jaux's place was well earned.

                              As far as invokers that could have been seen as leaders Ergorion, it would have been Alzuur & Kotzel. Those two and Trogm are among a few honorable mentions for leadership to have graced the Halls.
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                              1. Erlwith [reply]
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                                If not for the godawful pvp record I'd think this char is a shoe in for the HOE
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                                1. Erlwith [reply]
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                                  but he has my vote either way
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