We Are LegionThere's a kinship, a brotherhood if you will, that exists between all GMs.
Well... Not those guys at WoW.
We hate those guys.
Blue response my ass.
But truly, there is an all encompassing spirit of community between all GMs. And not just those who work on MMORPGs. No, no, no. All GMs.
In the spirit of community, I have decided to create a team-oriented network of GMs across a wide variety of games and websites.
We would work together to develop an organized system of information collection that would help maximize our effectiveness.
Sure, some suspicious people might suggest that I'm simply forming my own insidious spy network designed only to increase my power.
That's just crazy talk.
You crazy people and your crazy talk.
What would a man bent on world domination want with a highly organized covert group of individuals situated at the highest ranks of the most popular websites around the globe?
See? Crazy talk.
I don't have contacts infiltrating the highest echelons of Google as we speak.
I don't have spies over at PokerStars feeding me personal information about all their employees that I can use against them in the future.
On a completely unrelated note, Ben in auditing, what the hell is wrong with you? You're an adult who works at a major poker website and you don't even have your license yet.
What the hell are you waiting for?
You're old enough to go to a strip club, but you'd have to take a bus to get there.
Hey, maybe we could all go out for a drink after work. Do you think your mom could pick us up?
Maybe it's time to man up and go get that license.
Or, and I'm just throwing this out there, you could build a time machine, go back to high school and get your license at a point where it wouldn't have been embarrassing for everyone.
You know... Either or.
Anyway, to reiterate, I do not have a network of spies across the internet.
That's just plain silly.
Stop looking at me like that.