In memory of a dear friend . . .

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In memory of a dear friend . . .

Postby Guest » Tue Apr 30, 2002 2:56 am

Hello Friends.

I learned today of the loss of my friend Kobei. My heart skipped a beat as his wife told me this tragic news. I've known him for what seems like ages and right now I feel as if a part of me died too. He had a great sense of humor, was funny as hell, and I just loved to zone and talk with him. We spoke of his wife, kids and pretty much anything that came into mind.

It's not going to be the same, I know things can never be but what is it going to be like without him. My thoughts right now are with his wife and family. I wish I could be there for them, to help or lend a shoulder to lean on.

I find myself reflecting on a lot of things right now but mostly the missing sounds of him. I was better for having known him. I will truly miss you my friend.

Rhoquinn

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Postby Malacar » Tue Apr 30, 2002 3:11 am

omg Image

i liked kobei a lot. Image

he will be missed. Image

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Postby Mamoru » Tue Apr 30, 2002 3:19 am

Oof. I knew Kobei too, I'll definitely miss him. My sympathies go out to his family Image


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Postby Gyrx » Tue Apr 30, 2002 3:31 am

he will be missed Image

my condolences

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Postby elumil » Tue Apr 30, 2002 3:37 am

I've kept away from posting, but I couldnt help but reply here. I did not know Kobei as well as I would have liked, but the very few times we grouped, he seemed like a great guy. My heartfelt condolences go out to his wife and family. This is truly saddening.
Good people are few and far between. He will be missed.

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Postby Slavan » Tue Apr 30, 2002 3:38 am

He will be missed. My heart goes out to his wife and children.

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Postby Baikalisan » Tue Apr 30, 2002 4:00 am

I too did not know him well, tho i zoned and grouped with him several times when Toril was up. My fault, and i truely feel like i've lost a dear friend.

My condolences to the family and friends..



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Postby Nilan » Tue Apr 30, 2002 4:07 am

Kobei was a dear dear friend to me throughout my years playing here. I am so sad about his passing. I remember all the fun times he and I shared. I will always remember them, and him. My memories of him will live on and so will he live on in my heart and Im sure in the hearts of all who knew him.

I will see you again, my dear friend. Of that I have no doubt.

Fly on God's wings my friend. I miss you.

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Postby telaerin » Tue Apr 30, 2002 4:13 am

*sighs* god...i'm just thunderstruck at the moment, i can't believe he's gone....he was somebody i was lucky enough to call a friend.

i remember shootin pool with him way back when i had first met up with my wife..altho it seems like it was only yesterday, an he's one of the guys that got me into sojourn...he was a great guy....and will be missed alot

my condolences to tas, an the kids....

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Postby Jenera » Tue Apr 30, 2002 4:21 am

omg
im..shocked..i
i have known him for so long and was his guildmate in sojourn2
my deepest condolences to his family
i don't know if its rude or crass to ask
but..how did he pass?
oh no... Image Image Image

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Postby Jurdex » Tue Apr 30, 2002 4:24 am

Amid all struggles there is always a bright shining light, it turns back the darkness and conquers the fright, only in time can we know why now was right. A bard with the virtue of a knight, fighting past demons in game and in life, he helped bring us to a new epic height, and always will he be in our memories this night, so Kobei may I bid to you a final goodnight.

Always,
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Postby Adriorn » Tue Apr 30, 2002 4:34 am

One of the few true bards of the mud, I'd known him since Toril, years ago. I offer my condolences to his family, for it saddens me.

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Postby Guest » Tue Apr 30, 2002 4:38 am

Kobei was above all else a good man. He will be sorely missed. My heart goes out to his family for their loss.
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Postby Jenera » Tue Apr 30, 2002 4:46 am

You were taken from us too soon
to a land of mystery and peace
tears fall from my eyes
as I remember your sweet heart
and even though your place remains empty
your light will forever shine
deep in my heart
my love will never die
so I open my hands
and bow my head
and remember all the good times
of a bard who sang and played
watch over me
smile upon me
and I will see you one day again

My deepest condolences to his family and friends. I and others shall miss him very much.

Love,
Hei Rim



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Postby Lamruil » Tue Apr 30, 2002 6:45 am

I didn't know Kobei, but I'm saddened by the loss of one of Sojourn's family members. My heart and prayers are with his family in this time of grief and pain.

Warmest Sympathies,
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Postby Guest » Tue Apr 30, 2002 6:48 am

I wanna cry.

I'm completely at a loss. It's ironic how someone we've never met can touch everyone so much. The last thing I remember about Kobei was giving him a hug as we completed an exp run in monistary... God Damnit...

My best for Kobei's family. I share your pain. I have lost only a few close friends, Kobei was one I knew well and never met.

Kobei was a good friend. Good bye, K... I love ya dude. There are no words to any poem or song any more.

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Postby Mplor » Tue Apr 30, 2002 6:52 am

Oh, no. . .

Take care, man, wherever the winds send you.

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Postby Jenera » Tue Apr 30, 2002 7:32 am

A Huge Garden Path
-E -W

A small alabaster statue of a half-elf strumming a lyre is here.


Carved of the finest stone, this statue is intricately created by a master mason. It
depicts a half-elf sitting on a stone, placidly strumming a lyre, humming to himself.
The entire statue emanates a solemn feeling, a feeling of loss and longing. That
feeling quickly gives way to a feeling of joy of times gone by and the love that this
wonderful person gave and received.

This is a small tribute to one of the fallen members of the Sojourn family. Kobei
contributed positively in every way possible and will be remembered and missed. We
are all considered blessed by being touched by him even in this small way.
- The Gods of Sojourn.


*bows to the staff of Sojourn3*


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Postby Eza » Tue Apr 30, 2002 7:48 am

I'm sorry to say that I didn't know Kobei, and from the looks of it, I missed out on knowing a wonderful person. I'd like to give my best wishes to all his friends & family. Just remember to stay strong, and time will heal all wounds.

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Postby Mamoru » Tue Apr 30, 2002 8:00 am

That statue is wonderful, a fitting monument and place to someone who has been a part of many lives here.

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Postby Ragorn » Tue Apr 30, 2002 8:39 am

Kobei,

May the strings of your lyre never break, and may your clear voice lift the spirits of angels as it has lifted the spirits of men.

Rest, friend.

- Ragorn

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Postby Ilshadrial » Tue Apr 30, 2002 11:25 am

I will miss you Kobie and the smiles you brought to my face as we role-played in the Toril years...

Kevin

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Postby Aedarton » Tue Apr 30, 2002 11:53 am

Kobei was and still remains my friend.
My heart goes out to his family.

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Postby Cyric » Tue Apr 30, 2002 11:56 am

Kobei was a guildmate, a great group member, and a true bard.

He was my preferred bard when running quests and invasions, and he will be sorely missed. Godspeed.

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Postby rylan » Tue Apr 30, 2002 12:13 pm

I hope you're at peace Kobei. We'll miss you.
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Postby Ebgar » Tue Apr 30, 2002 1:06 pm

May you rest in peace...

I enjoyed grouping with you Kobei...it's very sad to see you go...

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Postby old depok » Tue Apr 30, 2002 1:24 pm

OMG. I came to know Kobei and his wife well over the past year and am absolutely crushed to learn of his passing. My sympathy goes out to his wife and family.

I had not seen Kobei for a bit until a couple of days ago and we laughed and spoke about the mud and real life.

Kobei you will be missed.

Tas if there is anything I can do to help all you have to do is ask.

This is going to be a long day now.
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Postby Gort » Tue Apr 30, 2002 1:30 pm

A friend for years of mischief and adventure, it is truly a sad day. The band is silent, the strings of the harps do not sing, our bard is passed.

I am numb, I wish the best for his wife and kids.


Toplack Frostbear

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Postby Ashiwi » Tue Apr 30, 2002 2:01 pm

Has any kind of fund been set up to help his wife and children through this time yet?
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Postby Zanalista » Tue Apr 30, 2002 2:05 pm

As i sit here crying i can remember all the times we shared, I met Kelly about the same time I met my husband Telaerin/Darrin.... we were friends in real life and on line...he was a warm friendly always encouraging and uplifting man.

He always made me smile and laugh and I looked forward to a tell that said hello doll ....

whether playing pool, darts, or mudding you could feel his positive energy engulf you.

Tas/Jamee, you have our phone number and address, I can also send it again to the earthlink address, you know we are not far and our love to you and yours...if you need ANYTHING at any time please do not hesitate.... we are here for you and share your loss tho minimally compared to you.

even if you need to just cry or rage please call... ok?

Kelly/Kobei you are loved and misses....may God enfold you in his love

love always
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Postby Nokie » Tue Apr 30, 2002 3:06 pm

I'm very sadden by the loss of Kobei as well.

I consider him a friend and when we were all bards together we felt a certain kinship. He always stuck with it and is a great person.

I'll miss you bud!

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Postby Cardolan » Tue Apr 30, 2002 4:08 pm

I didn't get to know Kobei super-well during our time in Wyrm together, but I will always remember his joyful tunes and his love for the game, for life, and seemingly for everyone around him, whether he knew them or not. You will be sorely missed, Kelly. Image

Tas, I wish there was a way that all of us scattered the world over could do something more for you and your family in this time, but suffice to say that if you need a hug or a shoulder to cry on, I think I speak for all of us when I say that we're here for you.

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Postby moritheil » Tue Apr 30, 2002 4:52 pm

whoa.

that's so sad... Kobei... and some of my RL friends who knew him from back in the day never got to come back to soj to say goodbye... I'm shocked. I never really got to talk to him after the new soj, either.

Man, we talk all the time about people leaving, but when someone is truly gone, that's really a great loss.
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Postby Slavan » Tue Apr 30, 2002 7:52 pm

<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR><font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Ashiwi:
Has any kind of fund been set up to help his wife and children through this time yet?</font><HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

Please let me know as well, I would love to help any way I can.
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Postby Nerzul » Tue Apr 30, 2002 8:48 pm

My deepest sympathies to his family and loved ones. Though I did not know him as well as some, we have talked in the past and he was a very nice, honest person. I wish him farewell, from 1 wayward adventurer to another.
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Postby Jansha » Tue Apr 30, 2002 9:12 pm

I couldn't believe the news when Jani called and let me know. Although I don't play anymore I still keep up on what goes on through her.

I was so shocked when she told me about Kobei, I still cant' believe it, tears fill my eyes now as I think about him.

Tas my heart and prayers go out to you and your children. If you ever need to talk, cry, yell or scream please email me and we'll swap phone numbers. You two were two of the handful of ppl that I truely missed from the mud.

Hugz and Kisses

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Postby Zazure » Tue Apr 30, 2002 9:24 pm

Oh my. I am picking my chin up off the floor. My heart goes out to Kobei's wife and family. He will be sorely missed.

Sojourn will look a wee more bleak to me.

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Postby Hamibugan Sinweaver » Tue Apr 30, 2002 11:42 pm

Oddly enough I was listening to Wish You Were Here, when I linked in here through another BBS where someone was nice enough to post about this.

I've been gone for what's probably too long and never knew Kobei but feel a loss no less.

I find it truly amazing how a game that relies solely on words and ansi bonds such strong frienships.

May his family find comfort that he no doubt dwells on in a loving embrace.

And may his friends find comfort that he now strings Sojourns tales from above. And what tales they are I'm sure.



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That is all. Peace.
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Postby izarek » Wed May 01, 2002 12:33 am

Kobei you will be missed, wherever you are.

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Postby Taserea » Wed May 01, 2002 2:05 am

Dear Sojourn Friends,
I want to thank you for all the wonderful things you have said about Kelly aka Kobei. What you saw on the mud was what you got in RL. Our children and I were extremely touched by the tribute of the statue. It is amazing to me how much we come to think of people we almost never get to see as part of our family. Some of you I feel like I know almost everything there is to know, others of you I hope to have that opportunity. Kelly loved mudding here, even when he was griping about the bard problems Image I am sure that his eternal rest contains a computer and a bowling alley. Thank you all again for you kind words and prayers. They are truly a comfort at this time.

Sincerely,

Jamee aka Taserea,
Caitlin, and
Patrick
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Postby Beca » Wed May 01, 2002 2:13 am

I didn't know Kobie as well as some but i knew him enough to be greatly saddened by his passing.

I know i speak for most when i say you will remain in our hearts dear friend.

My heart goes out to his family Image


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Postby Wuva » Wed May 01, 2002 3:42 am

I came upon a fiddle and was looking for someone that could play it..Gurns had one so I gave it to Kobei..he was like a child with a new toy so alive and so excited to play even though he hadnt a clue of what it would sound like to him or to us..Kobei may whatever instrument you pick up now play with such harmony that you feel the love of all you touched fill your heart as you did ours. My heart goes out to all and the family....Faye *Wuva*

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Postby Sylvos » Wed May 01, 2002 4:19 am

Nothing I can say can say what needs to be said. Image You'll be missed Kobei. Here's a small look at what has been left.

<> exa paper
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There is something written upon it:

Kobei you will be sorely missed
a good friend, a kind hearted soul...always a good word for everyone
may we all follow your gentle example
I hope you are in bard heaven playing for the big guy now.
love always
Zannie
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<> A Huge Garden Path
-E -W
A wreath of entwined roses lies here in the grass.
A small blue flower lies here.
A beautiful lyre lies here.
A pile of flowers lies in a heap on the ground.
A golden harp is lying here.
[2] A fat mushroom grows here, giving off a cool pink glow. (illuminating)
[3] A tiny buttercup flower lies here.
[3] A pretty daisy lies here along your way.
[2] A bright, orange azalea lies here, freshly picked from the garden.
A sheet of paper lies here
A small alabaster statue of a half-elf strumming a lyre is here.

Sylvos mourns the loss of the dead. Image Image Image
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Postby Somerled » Wed May 01, 2002 4:48 am

I have known Kob since Soj1, becoming guildmates in the Wyrm together at the same time so many years ago in Soj1, now .. years later when many of the original Wyrms have left, moved up, etc. and so many new faces and new players who never knew Somerled or the original Wyrm .... Kob has never forgotten and every time we have been logged on at the same time we always went out of our ways to "see" each other .... its was always comforting to see an "old face" who remembers the early days.

I dont have the words to express my sorrow for the loss ... and for his family ... my prayers go out to his wife and children.

Somerled, aka Ashlaur


Carved of the finest stone, this statue is intricately created by a master mason. It
depicts a half-elf sitting on a stone, placidly strumming a lyre, humming to himself.
The entire statue emanates a solemn feeling, a feeling of loss and longing. That
feeling quickly gives way to a feeling of joy of times gone by and the love that this
wonderful person gave and received.

This is a small tribute to one of the fallen members of the Sojourn family. Kobei
contributed positively in every way possible and will be remembered and missed. We
are all considered blessed by being touched by him even in this small way.
- The Gods of Sojourn.

A clear crystal sphere lies here.
A small ring of gold lies here.
A ring of platinum leaf is lying here.
A bracelet set with a gem of some kind lays in the dust here.
A silver flute is here.
A set of glowing golden lockpicks lies here.
A bejeweled rod has been tossed on the ground here. (illuminating)
A rose petal lies here.
A bottle of expensive wine lies here.
[2] Teeth from a large carnivore lie here.
A sheet of paper lies here
A large black pearl has been dropped here.
A golden harp is lying here.
A glowing stone lies here. (illuminating)
A pretty stargazer flower sits happily on the ground.
An elven winebottle lies upon the ground.
A wreath of entwined roses lies here in the grass.
[2] A small blue flower lies here.
A beautiful lyre lies here.
A pile of flowers lies in a heap on the ground.
[2] A fat mushroom grows here, giving off a cool pink glow. (illuminating)
[3] A tiny buttercup flower lies here.
[6] A pretty daisy lies here along your way.
[2] A bright, orange azalea lies here, freshly picked from the garden.
A small alabaster statue of a half-elf strumming a lyre is here.


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Postby Yayaril » Wed May 01, 2002 7:25 am

Perhaps, since the bard songs are being revamped, a song should be named after him in his memory.

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Postby Lubar » Wed May 01, 2002 6:24 pm

Lovely idea.
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Postby Thanti » Wed May 01, 2002 7:27 pm

Jamie,
My heart goes out to you and your children. I know Kelly will be greatly missed by all his friends on the MUD, but most by his family.

Kobei was one of the most friendly personas on the MUD, and as I got to know him I realized it wasn't just his persona, it was his personality. For about eight years, three phases of the MUD, we still remained in contact.


Kelly, you will be missed!

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Postby Guest » Wed May 01, 2002 8:00 pm

I am very saddened by this news. I know I am not currently an active member of this community - but it was a very big part of my life for 5+ years.

I remember my bard (Altheria) growing up with Kobei around.

I will keep Taserea and their children in my thoughts and prayers. I know this is a difficult time for you all.

In Sympathy,
Maria ... sometimes know as Fayren / Altheria
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Postby Lasar » Thu May 02, 2002 4:55 am

A log taken a few minutes before the reboot...

A Huge Garden Path
This thirty foot wide pathway is littered with hundreds of beautiful
flowers and bushes, offering an ideal place for relaxation and play.
The path continues to the east, while the entrance to a large abandoned
building is just west of here.
- East - West
A goblet of Elverquisst lies here.
A bottle of elven wine stands here.
An elven winebottle lies upon the ground.
A small leather bag lies here.
An elven arrow with raven fletching has been discarded here.
A slender elven arrow arrow lies on the ground here.
A carefully carven wooden arrow lies on the ground here.
A bottle of fine wine lies here.
A small wax candle lies here.
A large war axe covered in runes lies discarded here.
A book lies here.
A blue eyestalk lies here, oozing a milky substance.
A flight arrow lies on the ground here.
A smooth, curved horn of some animal lies here on the ground. (illuminating)
A gold chain lies here.
A cookie has been left here.
A brass lantern lies here.
A small silver locket lies on the ground here.
A goblet of Elverquisst lies here.
A long, silky, silver fox tail lies here on the ground. (illuminating)
A small red gemstone glitters on the ground here.
A barbed arrow lies here
[2] A hardened staff of blackwood lies here.
A large green apple lays here in the dirt.
[3] A small pile of gold dust lies here unnoticed.
A platinum lantern lies here. (illuminating)
A brightly colored parrot sits unmoving on its perch.
A thick band of gold metal rests here.
A staff made of carved rowan wood lies here on the ground. (illuminating)
A melted ruby lies here.
[2] A red ruby has been tossed on the ground.
A tiny diamond has been tossed on the ground.
[2] A tiny diamond lies here, sparkling.
A tiny porous stone lies on the ground here.
A clear crystal sphere lies here.
A holy symbol lies on the ground here.
A piece of gelee royale has been tossed on the ground.
Some fruit rots here.
A wood handle dagger has been left here.
An elixer is laying here.
A tankard of beer lies here.
An ivory scarab lies hidden here.
A yellow feather lies here.
A feather lies discarded here
A feather lies discarded here (illuminating)
A tressyum's feather lies here. (illuminating)
A large black pearl has been dropped here.
[3] A small blue flower lies here.
[2] A blue shining sapphire has been tossed on the ground.
A black tallow candle lies here, burning brightly. (illuminating)
a crude wooden spear lies here.
[3] A lyre is laying here on the ground.
A silver flute is here.
A golden harp is lying here.
A small glowing stone has been tossed here. (illuminating)
A glowing stone lies here. (illuminating)
A rather small but perfect pearl lies here.
A rather small pearl lies here.
A large diamond is lying here.
A fine lyre lies here.
[2] A beautiful lyre lies here.
A exquisite gem lies here.
A black gem is lying here.
[2] A rose petal lies here.
[3] A wreath of entwined roses lies here in the grass.
A fiddle lies here.
A bottle of hefeweisen was dropped here!
An odd green bottle of beer lies here.
[4] A sheet of paper lies here
[3] A fat mushroom grows here, giving off a cool pink glow. (illuminating)
Some jewels of the spirit lie here.
A ripe banana lies in the dust, slowly turning brown.
A faintly glowing ball of yellow fungus grows here. (illuminating)
A juicy mango lies in the dust, covered with flies.
A glass of zzar lies here.
A grilled steak lies here.
A bowl of vegetable soup lies here.
A small sugared piece of dried meat lies here.
A pice of steamed cod covered with a green sauce lies here.
A fresh fish lies here looking slimy.
A fresh load of bread sits here.
A large strip of beef jerky.
Some delicious ribs lie here.
A pork roast sandwich lies here.
A beef sandwich lies here.
A delicious BBQ sandwich lies here.
[4] A pastry has fallen sticky side down here.
[2] A well worn traveling cloak lies here in a rumpled heap.
Some food wrapped in brightly hued foil lies here.
[2] A pair of perfectly round opals lie here.
[2] A large tasseled pillow lies nearby.
[3] Teeth from a large carnivore lie here.
A dagger carved from the thighbone of some humanoid lies here.
[2] A delicious looking grilled sea food lies here discarded.
A small broken antenna glows here. (illuminating)
A bottle of imported whiskey sits here.
A shot glass of the local brew sits waiting for adventurous drinkers.
[4] A sparkling green leaf lies here.
[2] A small juicy berry lies discarded here.
A book bearing the mark of the Bards lies here face down and open.
A bottle of expensive wine lies here.
[3] A tiny buttercup flower lies here.
[6] A pretty daisy lies here along your way.
A bright, orange azalea lies here, freshly picked from the garden.
A bright yellow flowers lies here, wilting.
Corpse of Alvathair is lying here.
A small alabaster statue of a half-elf strumming a lyre is here.
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Karikhan
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Postby Karikhan » Thu May 02, 2002 9:48 am

This is the legacy you left us, Kobei .. it speaks volumes for the kind pf person you were, and will always be, in our hearts. I hope it brings comfort to your wife and children to know that faceless, nameless people felt this way about you... Our loss is tremendous, but I cannot even fathom the loss of a lifemate and father... I'm sure you are looking down from where ever our souls go, and smiling softly, maybe even shedding a tear for those that you leave behind...

To have lost a man so young, in the prime of his life, such tragedy, will this open the eyes of fathers and mothers all over? Will this make them check insurance policies, trust accounts, investments and bank accounts? Will it force them to view their own mortality, and wonder if their family will be taken care of should they pass on? I, for one, hope it does....

We have a saying in the US Navy when we either lose a shipmate, or when he or she passes into what we call the Fleet Reserve....

"Fair Winds and Following Seas"

May the winds be calm and the seas be gentle ...

May the songs of your lyres, fiddles, and drums stay in our hearts for ever ...

-Jennifer (I was Shalia Rhyvermyst, halfelf druid)

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