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  • I applied to be a "guildmaster" for photography at my school, which meant I got a key to the darkroom and could use it any time I wanted, in exchange for agreeing to be present at certain times so the darkroom could be open without the teacher having to be there.

    Making Light: Open thread 135

  • Marlix had to bail on us halfway through the night, because he was to become the guildmaster of his raiding guild on Silvermoon.

    Half-hearted Crossfire

  • On the other hand, my son knew his own weakness and arranged for the guildmaster of his favorite game to change his password during the school week to one he didn't know, then change it back on the weekends - that way he couldn't play the game when he needed to study.

    In which I decline the opportunity to mentor evil.

  • If you suck as a guildmaster, your guild will boot you.

    It's so easy, Gamemasters

  • Sathren steps in as acting guildmaster to take her mentor's place at the Choosing ceremony, and no one is more astonished than she when she is selected

    Archive 2006-12-17

  • Because, while being a better vampire, elf, undead, cyborg, paladin, guildmaster, warlock, etc. is of dubious distinction in the real world... being a better woman... well, that might not be such a bad goal.

    Virtual Transvestitism: An Introduction

  • That is what she thinks until her own guildmaster, a man who has been a mentor and friend to her, seems to be the assassin's next target.

    HH Com 188

  • I hate unpronounceable names, or ones that read better backwards, like Erynal, and I got mixed up between Guide and Guild on my first quick read and didn't realize the relationship of guildmaster to Guide until the end.

    HH Com 188

  • Yep, that's why I suggested things like a directory/catalog with example results, "hall of fame" displays, NPC guildmaster quests to service individuals basically a letter-of-recommendation from an NPC, things like that.

    Innovation I

  • One could ask too high a price and hope the customer would pay, being too ignorant'the mistake he had made with this boy'too proud, or too careless of money to care ... and not vicious enough to complain to the alderman or guildmaster.

    This Scepter'd Isle

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