Hey, you don't know me but I am a member of the guild you're in and I was just browsing through your characters. I accidentally gave you a tip on your post so I was wondering if you could give it back?
OHHH! I understand. I've had to restart twice. Once from being hacked and another from losing my password and the email was inaccessible to retrieve it, as the E-MAIL had been hacked. ;-;
But getting back into it, getting back up and starting over is both brave and fun. Since every day, everyone risks losing their stuff or being accused of being mean when they're just blunt... Etc, etc...But because we all love Gaia and our friends and roleplaying, we start over so we can still spend time with them. :]
So you're good to be accepted to the guild! (Unless one of my VCs already has accepted your application, I'll do that now. ^^)
& Be sure to read rules first thing, OK? And make a post in off topic or something so the staff and I don't accidentally remove you. (We're doing a cleanout of people who never posted and we can't tell when they joined -- as well as people who haven't posted March. We'll be sending PMs out to notify them to post to confirm they wish to stay though. So just do a single post anywhere upon joining, or if you already have joined, so we remember that you're new to the guild, just joined, but plan on RPing. ^__^)
BTW: We're having the option of a guild-wide vote for our new profile code layouts. The thread for that will be sent out in an announcement as well as posted in Main Guild Forum for members to vote on. We're trying to decide which profile skeleton would be best for the guild. It's a guild-wide vote for those who still look around in guild, lol. ^^
Hey, I've seen and read over your join request in Love is my weapon~.
Everything checks out, but I'm a little curious as to what you meant with the: "Despite what my age would show" comment. You're very well written, so I don't see literacy being a problem. & I don't want to pry, I'm just a bit curious. ^__^
"A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving." Lao Tzu