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    TAG Wiggy
    Administrator

    We have just learned that Hans Bothe, known to many of you as Enno, has sadly passed away. Many of you knew him for his encyclopedic knowledge of Hellfrost, his presence on the forums, and as one of our lead editors. He was also a strong voice in his native German gaming community. He was all those things, but far more than that he was a good friend, someone we were proud to know.

    This has hit us hard, as it has his family and friends. The next issue of TAG Talk will be dedicated to his memory. For now, though, I leave you with The Empty Chair (by Kenzer & Co.).

    The Empty Chair: Eulogy for a Gamer

    There is an empty chair,
    at the table this day.
    A hallowed place where,
    a friend once played.
    The roll of his dice,
    my ears long to hear.
    Or perhaps it would suffice,
    if he should suddenly appear.
    With character sheet in hand,
    and a bag of Cheeze-doodles to share.
    All his friends would stand,
    as he sat in the empty chair.
    I hear his voice a-callin’,
    and it ties my heart in a knot.
    For he cries, “Though a comrade has fallen,
    You must play for those who cannot.”
    We conquered worlds on the run,
    he and I in the name of fun.
    And as others may come and go,
    I make both both friend and foe.
    But what I long for most,
    is our past now long a ghost.

    Wiggy
    Triple Ace Games Creative Director
    wiggy@tripleacegames.com

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    amerigoV
    Minion

    Very saddened by this. Thank you for letting us know.

    Left is Death!

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    Stephen_Peto
    Minion

    This is very sad news indeed. He did a first rate job of helping people on the forum and will be sorely missed.

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    Jay_NOLA
    Minion

    Very sad to read this. Will miss him.

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