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The Eulogy Thread
Sorry_Bubastis posted a topic in Nerd PokerHey All, Much like many of you, I am mourning the loss of our brave and stubborn paladin, Sir Richard of Glinishmore, in the most recent episode of the show. I've decided to begin this thread for us to find closure and solace, and express our solemn goodbyes to our favorite rat-killing soldier of Bahamut. Feel free to submit your parting words to Sir Richard below. Sure, Sir Richard may have been the atypical lawful good hero that the party needed, often held back by his budding alcoholism, his murky rogue past and his volatile temper, but he was a noble and loyal warrior in his own right. From his introduction in a submarine with a schizophrenic sorcerer to his suicidal crusade against a tyrannical water lord, Sir Richard entered our hearts swiftly and strongly, making us laugh and cheer through even the most intense of battles. And even in the face of obliteration, Sir Richard's faithful adoration of Bahamut returned him to the world, more powerful than ever. Yet upon his resurrection, we all knew Sir Richard was on a ticking clock, owing his soul to Bahamut, even if his heart belonged to his homeland of Glinishmore. His rift with the dearly departed Amarth Amon was endearing, and his chivalrous friendship to Mildred Maxxton showed a kinder side to the ready-at-arms paladin. He was a dear friend to Bartha Shett and Blackie Green, and even came to the rescue of his spiritual enemy, Damien Darkomen. Those who stood in his path often turned to ash from the searing light of Bahamut, while those who joined at his side drank merrily and fought with vigor. It is a sad day in which Sir Richard had reunited with his deity, but hopefully, we will find comfort in that his sacrifice was not in vain, and this tormented soul is finally at peace. I raise my glass to you, Sir Richard. For Glinishmore! Near, Far, Wherever You Are I Believe That The Heart Does Go On... - Celine Dion, My Heart Will Go On (Theme from the Motion Picture TITANIC)