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Bart

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    Bart got a reaction from Flynn in BPZ Bad Blood Ending.   
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    Bart got a reaction from BobdaBomb in BPZ Bad Blood Ending.   
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    Bart got a reaction from Cody in BPZ Bad Blood Ending.   
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    Bart got a reaction from Sameer in BPZ Bad Blood Ending.   
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    Bart got a reaction from Austin Omega in BPZ Bad Blood Ending.   
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    Bart got a reaction from Brandon Hendrix in BPZ Bad Blood Ending.   
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    Bart got a reaction from Smith in BPZ Bad Blood Ending.   
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    Bart got a reaction from Arius in BPZ Bad Blood Ending.   
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    Bart got a reaction from Tamer in BPZ Bad Blood Ending.   
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    Bart got a reaction from Ropati in BPZ Bad Blood Ending.   
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    Bart reacted to Smith in Rangitoto.   
    As we continue the tour around Australia and New Zealand, with the Bad Blood Festival underway, we find ourselves in Auckland of the latter, but more specifically, the iconic volcanic island of Rangitoto. With mesmerizing sights and beautiful nature all around, we see Eli Smith as he continue his ventures around Oceania's greatest sights. However, noticeably, this time, he is joined by his new tag team partner and Creed brethren, Sameer, as they hike through the world's largest pohutukawa forest.

    Eventually, they come to a stop and take a break whilst processing the fascinating surroundings. Interrupting, one of the fellow Valor staff members that they're with notifies the pair that an interview with Chimera was just released and although they didn't accept the BPZ Tag Team Championship open challenge, it spawns a conversation about the pairs upcoming tag team match at Bad Blood as well as Eli's solo bout in Survival Games beforehand. With the competition now on their mind, they set up a camera on a tripod, with the alluring spectacle of Rangitoto Island in the background, as Smith starts things off.
    It's weird how things turn out, isn't it? Here we are, six months on from BPZMania and I am coming up against the same two men I faced on the grand stage, except this time it's noticeably different. Now, although we will be doing battle at Bad Blood, Flynn and I stand together as brothers, members of Creed. Meanwhile, Necce has found himself new allies in the form of Chimera. Whilst Flynn tags up with Julius to challenge for my beloved BPZ Tag Team Championship, Necce and I clash in the Survival Games tournament.
    Yet, despite all this change, there's one constant. Earlier this year, I was the best performer in the world and still, to this day, I remain exactly that. At BPZMania, our tag team match was undoubtedly the best match of the night and I have no doubt that both of my match-ups this weekend will produce match of the night for their respective shows.
    So, well done Necce, you predicted that I'd mention our bout at BPZMania and of course I would, it's the only history we have together besides the 2017 Survivor Series match and perhaps that's why even you felt the need to mention it yourself. However, what hasn't been on my mind heading into this match-up is my accolades but feel free to list them as you please. Mentioning my reign alongside Bart as BPZ Tag Team Champions wasn't exactly on the end of my tongue but if you want to tell of our dominance, be my guest. Furthermore, in the midst of ignorantly forecasting what I would say, whilst trying to make out that all I talk about is my accomplishments, it's funny how you found the need to point out that your opponents throughout this year have been more credible than mine, that you had to resort to citing your past bouts whilst attempting to pre-emptively demeaner me for that same act. Although I won't deny that you may have had tougher challenges in the latter half of this year, what I will do is make a direct comparison through a competitor known as Bob Sparks because whilst it took you three tries to eventually best that man, I knocked him off to start this tournament as we faced each other for the first time ever.
    Nevertheless, I also found it funny how you showed that you don't really know what you're talking about when it comes to me. Not once, throughout this tournament, in any back-and-forth with my opponent over the microphone have I resorted to reminding them of my success and the fact that you think that's what I would rely on only shows that you don't know me at all and that you don't know who you're stepping in the ring with this weekend. With it being all you seemed to think I would talk about, that says to me that all you know about me is the statistics, the records, the accolades, the bollocks that means nothing when we go toe-to-toe in the squared circle.
    See, what has actually been on my mind coming into this match-up is how our first ever one-on-one against each other may be the biggest match in the tournament. Not so far, but in the entirety of this year's grand prix. For Carnage or Valor, in the blocks or the finals, I find it highly unlikely that any match is going to have more eyes on it, demand more attention, or quite hit much harder than Eli Smith vs Necce. Because for the five years that we've both been in this company together, the two of us have never stood across the ring, man-to-man. Throughout the time that we have both forged our respective prestigious legacies, our paths have never crossed within singles competition, and I'm looking forward to it more than anyone else because honestly, you're one arrogant prick and there's not much more that I love to do than prove arrogant pricks wrong as I crack there skulls with my own knee.
    This weekend, it's Eli Smith vs Necce for the first time and the fact is, as 'lethal' as you claim to be, there's never been anyone who has stood across that ring from me for the first time around and overcome what I bring into each and every match. Whether it's all-time greats like Flynn, Bailey, Slim or newer faces like Arius, Bob, KENJI, when you step into the ring one-on-one with me for the first time, there's no preparing for the sheer intensity that I compete with, there's no readying you for the painfully persistent will to succeed that I possess and there is certainly no bracing yourself for the impact of being thunderously planted on the back of your neck by the 8th Sin.
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    Bart reacted to Smith in Valor Chapter 3: 6ix Paths (October 9th)   
    Valor Chapter 3: 6ix Paths

    Stepping foot in Toronto for the first time ever, Valor brings to you October's very own premier wrestling show, Chapter 3: 6ix Paths. Tune into the BPZ Neccework on October 9th to see the best in BPZ go to war on Canadian soil as Arius cashes in his Story Of Temples Medallion for a title match against reigning BPZ Undisputed Champion and Canuck hero, Sameer. Furthermore, watch as the six paths of Valor's Survival Games competitors cross for the last time, with the brand's final block matches being hosted in the Scotiabank Arena. In addition, current Valor Atlas Champion, Eric Shun, is set to make his first defense as a returning Sheridan looks to pick up where she left off. Plus, much, much more still to be announced!
    Match Card:
    BPZ Undisputed Championship Match: Sameer (c) vs Arius
    Valor Atlas Championship Match: Eric Shun (c) vs Sheridan
    Survival Games Block Match: Bob Sparks vs Tamer
    Survival Games Block Match: Eli Smith vs Mikey
    Survival Games Block Match: Necce vs Yelich
    Advertised: BPZ Undisputed, Intercontinental & Tag Team Champion Sameer, BPZ United States Champion Austin Omega, BPZ Premium & Valor Atlas Champion Eric Shun, BPZ Tag Team Champion Eli Smith, Arius, Tamer, Necce, Bob Sparks, Mikey, Yelich, Sheridan, Jonathan, and more!
    Venue: Scotiabank Arena (Toronto, Canada)
    Theme Songs: Drake - "Know Yourself" / Drake - "9"
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    Bart reacted to Sheridan in BPZ Wrestling | Triumvirate   
    BPZ Wrestling | Carnage Championships

     BPZ World Heavyweight Championship
     BPZ Intercontinental Championship
     BPZ Tag Team Championships (Co-branded)

    BPZ Wrestling | Carnage Schedule

    BPZ Carnage: Bad Blood (September, Week 4)
    BPZ Survivor Series (November, Week 2) (Co-branded)
    BPZ Carnage: Full Gear (December, Week 2)
    BPZ Royal Rumble (January, Week 4) (Co-branded)
    BPZ Carnage: Canadian Stampede (February, Week 3)
    BPZMania VI (April, Week 1) (Co-branded)

    BPZ Wrestling | Carnage Roster
    (Note: Some faces were changed for aesthetic, others because I didn't like them)

     Jeremiah Flynn (Carnage's #1 Draft Pick)
     Sameer (Carnage's #2 Draft Pick)
     Ropati (Carnage's #3 Draft Pick)
     FDS (Carnage's #4 Draft Pick)
     Tamer (Carnage's #5 Draft Pick) (Member of Chimera)
     Isaiah Carter (Carnage's #6 Draft Pick) (Member of Aces High)
     Jonathan (Carnage's #7 Draft Pick) (Member of Chimera)
     Bashka (Carnage's #8 Draft Pick)
     Buddy Ace (Carnage's #9 Draft Pick) (Member of Aces High)
     Gunner Flynn (Carnage's #10 Draft Pick)
     Joh (Carnage's #11 Draft Pick) (Member of United Nations)
     Joshua Scott (Carnage's #12 Draft Pick)
     Kieron Black (Carnage's #13 Draft Pick)
     Angelo Caito (Carnage's #14 Draft Pick) (Member of United Nations)
     Maestro (Carnage's #15 Draft Pick)
     Arrow (Carnage's #16 Draft Pick) (Member of The Thundermans)
     Steph (Carnage's #17 Draft Pick) (Member of The Thundermans)
     Epic (Carnage's #18 Draft Pick)

    BPZ Wrestling | Carnage Staff

     BrendenPlayz (Owner of BPZ Wrestling)
     Sheridan (General Manager of Carnage)
     Poidust (Assistant General Manager of Carnage)
     Josh Trenton (Backstage Interviewer)
     Christina Caito (Manager of Angelo Caito)
     Violet Carson (Manager of Gunner Flynn)

    BPZ Wrestling | Carnage Overview

    Overall I am happy with how the draft went. In terms of star power I think that Carnage is the best roster. We have arguably the greatest wrestler of all time in Jeremiah Flynn while at the time of writing, have the three active major champions in Sameer, Ropati and FDS. While I think that the core of our main event might not be the strongest the upper midcard scene more than makes up for it. Being able to secure two tag teams who could also act as singles competitors. I'm really happy that I was able to get two of the three members of Chimera, as well as both members of Aces High. Bashka I also believe is an absolute steal. Our midcard is quite strong. Gunner Flynn and Joshua Scott are respectable acquisitions. Being able to pick up the United Nations is a highlight of the draft for me. Both Joh and Angelo Caito went lower than they should have and I think with some momentum both could be seen as upper midcard talents. Our roster is rounded up with Arrow, Steph and Epic. While their main use right now is to put over other talents I see potential in all three of them and down the line they could be useful midcard additions.

    While we have the smallest roster, I believe it's packed with quality. It's filled with current and near-future Hall of Fame talents. The lower midcard scene is where we might struggle for numbers but in terms of our top #10 picks I think that is where we did the best. We sacrificed one side of the roster, to have the most exciting and packed main event and upper midcard scene. Carnage will be capable of sustaining itself until the next draft, with one or two trades along the way. I am pleased with the championships and events we were able to secure and overall I'd label this a brand poised for success. With love, Sheridan. ♡
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    Bart reacted to BobdaBomb in BPZ Wrestling | Triumvirate   
    BPZ Wrestling | Evolve Championships
    BPZ Global Championship

    BPZ United States Championship

    BPZ Tag Team Championships (Co-Branded)

    BPZ Wrestling | Evolve Schedule
    BPZ Evolve: Unforgiven (October, Week 1)
    BPZ Survivor Series (November, Week 2) (Co-Branded)
    BPZ Evolve: Winter Warfare (December, Week 3)
    BPZ Royal Rumble: (January, Week 4) (Co-Branded)
    BPZ Evolve: Great Balls of Fire (February, Week 4)
    BPZMania VI (April, Week 1) (Co-Branded)
     
    BPZ Wrestling | Evolve Roster
    Julius (Evolve’s #1 Draft Pick)

    The Bailey (Evolve’s #2 Draft Pick)

    Bart (Evolve’s #3 Draft Pick)

    Necce (Evolve’s #4 Draft Pick)

    Mikey (Evolve’s #5 Draft Pick)

    Alex Costa (Evolve’s #6 Draft Pick)

    Eric Shun (Evolve’s #7 Draft Pick)

    Prince (Evolve’s #8 Draft Pick)

    Mecko (Evolve’s #9 Draft Pick)

    Addy (Evolve’s #10 Draft Pick)

    Austin Omega (Evolve’s #11 Draft Pick)

    Ogre (Evolve’s #12 Draft Pick)

    Aaron North (Evolve’s #13 Draft Pick)

    Hollow (Evolve’s #14 Draft Pick)

    Austin Mirage (Evolve’s #15 Draft Pick)

    theGRV (Evolve’s #16 Draft Pick)

    Yuvraj (Evolve’s #17 Draft Pick)

    Akki Mahal (Evolve’s #18 Draft Pick)

    Tony Tastic (Evolve’s #19 Draft Pick)

    James Knight (Evolve’s #20 Draft Pick)

    BPZ Wrestling | Evolve Staff
    Bob Sparks (General Manager of Evolve)

    Alexa Merci (Assistant General Manager of Evolve)

    Debby (Valet of Ogre)

    Christina (Valet of Alex Costa)

    Alice (Valet of Austin Mirage)

    Sob Barks (Backstage Interviewer/Commentator)

    EVOLVE BREAKDOWN
    Alright I’ll be honest looking at the roster from an outside perspective it looks a bit rough no doubt. But I didn’t go for some much the best overall I went for who is the most entertaining. I did mix in good talent though while doing so and think the roster turned out okay. Picks like theGRV and Austin Mirage might come off as bad picks but with my booking style I think I can make them work. Outside of that we do have the GOAT of BPZ Wrestling in The Bailey. Along with Julius, Bart, and Necce making out what I think is a very strong core four to build around. With what I think is a very solid midcard with a lot of potential I think it’ll be fun to book and with me booking it, it’ll probably be a bit out there and wacky but that’s why Evolve is going to be the best brand in the end because it’ll be unpredictable and very very strange. Sheridan has tried to already hold back my creativity not gonna lie but I will just have to make it work, without getting banned.
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    Bart got a reaction from Blade in Sadly, my time to go has come.   
    Hello everyone,

    I have seen so many posts like thess over the years but never did I expect to write one myself. Sadly, its not a joke. After been constantly active over the last 3 and a half years the time has come where my time to go has come. Real life has become too much to combine with the forums, as you might have seen by my decline in activity throughout the year. This community is amazing, much better than what I expected when I joined to talk about Brenden's um. Being given the oppurtunity to help this place by means of being a global mod, general manager and even admin. As much I would like to stick around, doing so while not being active enough to fullfil your duties simply isnt right. I know the mod team has enough people capable of taking over my duties and the same goes for Valor, where Arius and Smith have proven to be the real brains behind the show. For the rest of this sob story, you will have to induct me into the hof.

    Love you all, peace.
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    Bart reacted to Sameer in My Worst Nightmare   
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    As Eli Smith looks on from inside the ring, the theme song of Sameer echoes throughout the Valor arena here tonight. Out from the back is, of course, the Undisputed and Intercontinental Champion Sameer. Last Sunday, he was in a 6-way elimination match for the Intercontinental Championship, where he stood on top against the other five competitors, making it his fourth victorious defense as champion. Sameer begins to march down the entrance ramp and enters the ring. He's given a microphone from the ringside crew per request.
    However, before he begins to speak, he takes a hard look at his Creed Chain. He then turns his attention to his brother inside the ring Eli Smith. Sameer nods at Eli Smith, knowing that he'll have to take Bart's spot as one half of the Tag Team. Finally, he brings up the microphone to his mouth and begins to speak to the audience here tonight for Valor.
    It's crazy how time has passed by so fast. Just one year ago today, Eli Smith and I were in this ring coming right off our major wins at SummerSlam last year looking to unite as a team. However, it wasn't me that ended up teaming up with Smith, it was Bart. Now at the time, everyone thought of it as Smith picking Bart over me, but that's completely wrong. It was a decision made by all of us at the time. I couldn't be more proud of what Smith and Bart have done as tag team champions.
    They've broken every record as a tag team and are, without a doubt the greatest tag-team to ever form. Creed is the most dominant force to be reckoned with for a long time. It's disheartening to see one of my brothers to go down with an injury as Bart did. Nevertheless, Bart wouldn't want us to dwell over it, He'd want us to do what we do best and that's kick-ass in this god damn ring.
     So, I don't think that I am shocking anyone here when I say that, I'll be taking over Bart's half of the tag team championships. I know how significant these belts meant to Bart and I'll defend them till my last breath. When we created this brotherhood we preached that we would stand side by side with one another, have each other back not only during the bright times but also through the dark times.
    Eli Smith has stood by my side for more than one year here in BPZ a part of Creed but like he said before we have had each other back even before our brotherhood was created. There's no other man that I'd trust more than him. Don't make the mistake and think there's no connection between us. We went to war together at Survivor Series last year against BulletProof.
    We were the last two remaining in the war standing.
    At Carnage Survival Of The Fittest, we defend against the Death Riders. A tag-team far from having good team chemistry. I've faced these men before in tag team matches. It's sad to see where their careers have gone since The Flock days. From young promising stars to sub-par talent. I won't underestimate them though, I see Jason Ryan is hungry to win this match against us. It's a shame that I'll have to crush his dream almost like a car running someone over am I right Jason? 

    Sameer looks like he’s going to elaborate as he changes the mood of the arena when he garners a large reaction from the crowd who are reminded of BPZ Mayhem. 
     Smith and I will go into Survival Of The Fittest on September 12th more united than we ever were before. It's not about the glory for us, it's about honoring our beliefs. We are doing this for our fallen brother and to continue the greatest tag-team reign of all time. 
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    Bart reacted to BrendenPlayz in New Global Moderator   
    Firstly, I would like to thank @Bart for all of his contributions to the Moderator team, he and his team have helped keep the forums running in the past year due to my inactivity. Thank you Bart and we hope to see you soon.
    With that said, Bart will be stepping away from the Global Mod position and I would like to announce @Arius as the new Global Moderator of the forums!
    Arius will be tasked with helping with anyones concerns regarding their account and taking on extra responsibilites with administrative work. Arius will be the new leader of the Moderator team and he will oversee the team and make any adjustments as he sees fit. He will handle all of the day to day duties of the forums and will be everyones first point of contact for any major problems that other moderators cannot fix.
    Arius has been a fantastic addition to the team in the past year and I believe he is the perfect person to replace Bart. Arius has the respect of the community and the maturity to handle the position well. He is constantly active and shares many great ideas with the moderator team and I believe he will have the vision to keep our tight knit community thriving for the forseeable future.
    I wish Arius all the best with his new appointment and I encourage you all to congratulate him on the new position!
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    Bart reacted to Smith in My Worst Nightmare   
    As the music that plays upon the entry of an unaccompanied Eli Smith, the majority of the fans watching know exactly why they are hearing this theme as the atmosphere is suddenly flooded in sorrow and remorse. A usually fired-up, intense, crowd-indulging performer in Smith makes his way to the ring with his head bowed, barely making contact with any of the fans or any cameras yet when he does, pure heartbreak can be seen in his eyes.
    After entering the ring, Eli is handed a microphone by the ringside crew but as he raises it to his mouth, as he looks out across the mournful faces of the BPZ Universe, Eli finds himself struggling to even get a word out. As Smith tries to keep himself together, the crowd encouragingly starts chanting for Bart, the man missing from Smith's side tonight. In full appreciation of their support, Smith points the microphone to the crowd as they continue to fight for the fallen soldier. Eventually, though, Eli brings the mic back to his mouth and tries for a second time.
    These past couple of days... Wow.
    Still, the BPZ Tag Team Champion battles what we can only imagine is a whirlwind of emotions in his head at this moment. Taking a moment to compose himself, Smith leans against the ropes and takes in a few deep breaths. Finally, though, the emotions come pouring out, beginning with a lugubrious tone but with highlights of jubilance upon reminiscing about the history-making reign of Creed.

    Honestly, I'm not sure where to start. Usually, I'd be stood here with Bart by my side as we verbally dissect our upcoming opponents, as we remind everyone why we're not just the best tag team inside the ring but why we're the best tag team in this whole damn business, why we're the best duo to ever fucking do this!
    ...Right now, it should be Bart and me side-by-side, replying to what Jason Ryan had to say but instead, here I stand alone and the only thing Jason said that has stuck in my mind are his final words. "I'm your worst goddamn nightmare." My worst goddamn nightmare... Suddenly, Smith's agony fuels a burst of fire inside him that lights up his eyes as the pain is now matched with anger. My worst goddamn fucking nightmare! I can tell you right now, without a single doubt, from first-hand experience, you are nowhere close to my worst nightmare because right now, I'm living it!
    For almost a year, Bart and I have invested everything we have into raising the prestige of these championships, we spent day-after-day, hour-by-hour, training, talking, pushing for this division to become something. I know we've said that in the past but I'll say it again and again because I see what people say. Perhaps, our dominance as BPZ Tag Team Champions hasn't been the healthiest for the division but what are we meant to do? Just lay down? Let someone else take the belts without earning it? Let one of these pairings that will probably break up after a month or two of forming be named champions? Time and time again, we witnessed teams form, have one go at trying to win the titles, and then give up. Do you see that in the singles divisions? Do you see that in the World Heavyweight contenders? Do you see that in the people going for the Intercontinental Championships? Not from anyone credible you won't. The real competitors get back up on their feet and chase after those titles again and again until they taste sweet victory. Yet, because this is the tag team division, we're not meant to expect that? That's absolutely ludicrous and pure nonsense. For the however many months that we've held these titles, I've not seen one single team share the same passion and devotion to tag team wrestling that Bart and I do. That's why we're the greatest tag team of all-time, that's why we remain undefeated and that's why...
    At this point, Eli takes a deep breath as the rage withers out and sorrow resurfaces with pain still prominent on his face.
    That's why we end our run undefeated. If you haven't heard the news already then here it is. Just a couple days back, only hours after the biggest party of the Summer, the sun stopped shining over our camp as I witnessed my brother suffer a career-threatening injury. That's right, Bart is officially out of action for the foreseeable future which means our reign over this division comes to an end. Here, I stand with both belts because Bart has been forced to relinquish his half of the championships and I know it kills him inside just like it does to me.
    However, we can't change what's happened, and it's essential that we move on, that we don't let this ruin everything we've worked for. Now, I'm sure this has spawned a lot of questions but most significantly, what does this mean for the BPZ Tag Team Championships? Quite frankly, I'd fight with my last breath to keep what we have alive, I'd walk into Survival Of The Fittest and defend these championships by myself but that can't be sanctioned. Thankfully though, I've been given the opportunity to defend these titles alongside a new partner. Furthermore, I'm thankful that I have a brotherhood to have my back in times like these and therefore, of course, this decision was an easy one. With Flynn and Julius holding ground over on Carnage, I think you all know who I've chosen. Even before Creed, this man has been by my side, has had my back, and has been a brother to me. I know this isn't going to be the same as it was with Bart but if there's anyone that I can find that same spark with, it will be this man.
    With the announcement that Smith will be partnering up with someone new to defend the BPZ Tag Team Championships at Carnage's Survival Of The Fittest, Eli points to the stage with hope and desire to nobly continue this reign in honor of his fallen brother.
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    Bart got a reaction from Prince in Sadly, my time to go has come.   
    Hello everyone,

    I have seen so many posts like thess over the years but never did I expect to write one myself. Sadly, its not a joke. After been constantly active over the last 3 and a half years the time has come where my time to go has come. Real life has become too much to combine with the forums, as you might have seen by my decline in activity throughout the year. This community is amazing, much better than what I expected when I joined to talk about Brenden's um. Being given the oppurtunity to help this place by means of being a global mod, general manager and even admin. As much I would like to stick around, doing so while not being active enough to fullfil your duties simply isnt right. I know the mod team has enough people capable of taking over my duties and the same goes for Valor, where Arius and Smith have proven to be the real brains behind the show. For the rest of this sob story, you will have to induct me into the hof.

    Love you all, peace.
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    Bart got a reaction from JoshsNow in Sadly, my time to go has come.   
    Hello everyone,

    I have seen so many posts like thess over the years but never did I expect to write one myself. Sadly, its not a joke. After been constantly active over the last 3 and a half years the time has come where my time to go has come. Real life has become too much to combine with the forums, as you might have seen by my decline in activity throughout the year. This community is amazing, much better than what I expected when I joined to talk about Brenden's um. Being given the oppurtunity to help this place by means of being a global mod, general manager and even admin. As much I would like to stick around, doing so while not being active enough to fullfil your duties simply isnt right. I know the mod team has enough people capable of taking over my duties and the same goes for Valor, where Arius and Smith have proven to be the real brains behind the show. For the rest of this sob story, you will have to induct me into the hof.

    Love you all, peace.
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    Bart got a reaction from Isaiah Carter in Sadly, my time to go has come.   
    Hello everyone,

    I have seen so many posts like thess over the years but never did I expect to write one myself. Sadly, its not a joke. After been constantly active over the last 3 and a half years the time has come where my time to go has come. Real life has become too much to combine with the forums, as you might have seen by my decline in activity throughout the year. This community is amazing, much better than what I expected when I joined to talk about Brenden's um. Being given the oppurtunity to help this place by means of being a global mod, general manager and even admin. As much I would like to stick around, doing so while not being active enough to fullfil your duties simply isnt right. I know the mod team has enough people capable of taking over my duties and the same goes for Valor, where Arius and Smith have proven to be the real brains behind the show. For the rest of this sob story, you will have to induct me into the hof.

    Love you all, peace.
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    Bart got a reaction from I Can't Odd in Sadly, my time to go has come.   
    Hello everyone,

    I have seen so many posts like thess over the years but never did I expect to write one myself. Sadly, its not a joke. After been constantly active over the last 3 and a half years the time has come where my time to go has come. Real life has become too much to combine with the forums, as you might have seen by my decline in activity throughout the year. This community is amazing, much better than what I expected when I joined to talk about Brenden's um. Being given the oppurtunity to help this place by means of being a global mod, general manager and even admin. As much I would like to stick around, doing so while not being active enough to fullfil your duties simply isnt right. I know the mod team has enough people capable of taking over my duties and the same goes for Valor, where Arius and Smith have proven to be the real brains behind the show. For the rest of this sob story, you will have to induct me into the hof.

    Love you all, peace.
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    Bart got a reaction from Gwynfro in Sadly, my time to go has come.   
    Hello everyone,

    I have seen so many posts like thess over the years but never did I expect to write one myself. Sadly, its not a joke. After been constantly active over the last 3 and a half years the time has come where my time to go has come. Real life has become too much to combine with the forums, as you might have seen by my decline in activity throughout the year. This community is amazing, much better than what I expected when I joined to talk about Brenden's um. Being given the oppurtunity to help this place by means of being a global mod, general manager and even admin. As much I would like to stick around, doing so while not being active enough to fullfil your duties simply isnt right. I know the mod team has enough people capable of taking over my duties and the same goes for Valor, where Arius and Smith have proven to be the real brains behind the show. For the rest of this sob story, you will have to induct me into the hof.

    Love you all, peace.
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    Bart got a reaction from Julius in Sadly, my time to go has come.   
    Hello everyone,

    I have seen so many posts like thess over the years but never did I expect to write one myself. Sadly, its not a joke. After been constantly active over the last 3 and a half years the time has come where my time to go has come. Real life has become too much to combine with the forums, as you might have seen by my decline in activity throughout the year. This community is amazing, much better than what I expected when I joined to talk about Brenden's um. Being given the oppurtunity to help this place by means of being a global mod, general manager and even admin. As much I would like to stick around, doing so while not being active enough to fullfil your duties simply isnt right. I know the mod team has enough people capable of taking over my duties and the same goes for Valor, where Arius and Smith have proven to be the real brains behind the show. For the rest of this sob story, you will have to induct me into the hof.

    Love you all, peace.
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    Bart got a reaction from Eric Shun in Sadly, my time to go has come.   
    Hello everyone,

    I have seen so many posts like thess over the years but never did I expect to write one myself. Sadly, its not a joke. After been constantly active over the last 3 and a half years the time has come where my time to go has come. Real life has become too much to combine with the forums, as you might have seen by my decline in activity throughout the year. This community is amazing, much better than what I expected when I joined to talk about Brenden's um. Being given the oppurtunity to help this place by means of being a global mod, general manager and even admin. As much I would like to stick around, doing so while not being active enough to fullfil your duties simply isnt right. I know the mod team has enough people capable of taking over my duties and the same goes for Valor, where Arius and Smith have proven to be the real brains behind the show. For the rest of this sob story, you will have to induct me into the hof.

    Love you all, peace.

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