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LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-04-2013, 08:44 PM
** Leslie-
Thanks to all who attended!

A transcript of the events may be found in the thread below.

Please use the following threads for further discussion:

- Check out the Transcript of our event with all the video links (https://www.ddo.com/forums/showthread.php/430207-DDO-Community-Gathers-for-Veterans-Worldwide-Transcript-2013).

- Our cause to spread awareness for ACCESSIBILITY NEEDS for gamers with Disabilities. What Developers Can Do and Where Gamers Can Get Help (https://www.ddo.com/forums/showthread.php/430219-TO-Game-Developers-amp-Execs-From-Gamers-with-Accessibility-Needs)




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ALL HANDS ON DECK! I hereby invite the entire DDO community, throughout the world, and from ALL SERVERS of Eberron proper to our Veterans Day Ceremony on November 11, 2013 !!

A few things have remained a constant here in DDO since 2005. The worldwide community of gamers, daytime and nightly D&D adventuring, the camaraderie of young and old, and a commitment to welcome the armed forces community, family, friends into the fold. Turbine may have created this game, but its those of us that have taken this a step further... that come back to play in the world of Dungeons & Dragons time and time again,to share a camaraderie thats more than skin deep, that continue to make this a special place.

Tyrs Paladium wishes to welcome all to join us to pay tribute to veterans, and their families from the United States, and friendly nations around the world. We gather solely to further our cause, of appreciation to those who risk life and limb, to allow us to awake another day, hug our families/kids/parents, and do whatever it is we want to do.

* If you do not already reside on Ghallanda, all you need to do is roll a fresh toon on Ghallanda... contact me privately for precise instruction if necessary.

This is for our brave soldiers, I hope to see some of you there!! /Salute

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FEATURING:


Army Captain William Swensen Receives Metal of Honor


http://www.hawaiireporter.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/William-D-Swenson-medal-of-honor-19Oct13.jpg



Every once in a while, there comes a hero whose bravery earns him or her America’s highest military award, the Medal of Honor. Retired Army Captain William Swenson is one of those heroes.

Captain Swenson was recognized for his courageous actions on September 8, 2009 — the day of a brutal, seven-hour firefight against Taliban insurgents near the border of Pakistan that left four Americans, 10 Afghan soldiers, and a translator dead. Amid the turmoil, Swenson ran back into enemy fire repeatedly to rescue and evacuate both injured Americans and Afghan soldiers.

This coming Monday, we are going to tell his amazing story, and we will honor this great man.


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For a GREAT man, the Saluting Marine, SSGT Tim Chambers.

http://i426.photobucket.com/albums/pp347/ArtSC/Military/RollingThunderMarineSalute02-1.jpg


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VETERANS & ADAPTIVE DEVICES FOR VIDEO GAMING
...what Developers Can Do To Help.

For the disabled, including our returning veterans, video games can be a lifesaver. But developers have been slow to make their products more accessible. We CAN do more, and SHOULD do more.


U.S. Census data reports that 41.3 million Americans have some level of disability. That’s roughly 14 percent of the population. And if I were a betting Leslie, I'd bet that a larger percentage of disabled play MMOs than those who aren't disabled. Furthermore, Id lay a wager that a larger percentage of disabled gamers actually spend money (and more of it) on MMOs due to the time they spend at their PCs (and likely in game).

NBC did a great story on this a while back. For one musician they portrayed, game accessibility is about changing someone’s life for the better. “If you give the opportunity (to play games) to someone who is home bound, or locked inside a body that doesn’t work but their brain functions perfectly, you have the opportunity to save lives,” was her quote.

Here's an even better quote: “If I have to stare at a wall and become an inanimate object, it’s not a life … It’s not just a game, it’s a community.”

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Isn't that the very essence of Dungeons & Dragons? To accept anyone into our community that wishes to be a contributing member in our world?

We have to find a better way.



More planned so stay tuned!





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WHEN:

The Tyrs Paladium guild's Veterans Day Ceremony is held each year on November 11th on Ghallanda. This year the ceremony commences on MONDAY, November 11th, precisely at 3 PM EST and again at 9:00 PM EST.

WHERE:

We will meet this year on the Ghallanda server, in House Deneith, in the Temple of the Sovereign Host.

WHEN IS THAT IN YOUR TIMEZONE? The 3PM event (http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Veterans+Day+Multi-Server+Event%3A+Honor+Thy+Soldier&iso=20131111T15&p1=179&ah=1), The 9PM event (http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Veterans+Day+Multi-Server+Event%3A+Honor+Thy+Soldier&iso=20131111T21&p1=179&ah=1). http://i44.tinypic.com/2qsynol.png


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We highly recommend that you give a little bit of your time and resources to your local community's veteran's association/organization if you are able. Veterans and their families can benefit directly in various ways.

One of my favorite organizations I got involved with this year is:


http://i43.tinypic.com/15p5qpy.jpg

This year we'll be sending a video of our event oversees directly to US and ally troops, as well as to members of the National Veterans Wheelchair Games which is a sports and rehabilitation program for
military service veterans who use wheelchairs for sports competition due to spinal cord injuries, amputations or certain neurological problems.

Shorlong
11-04-2013, 09:29 PM
Fantastic! Love it! I should be able to make this! PM being sent!

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-04-2013, 11:01 PM
Fantastic! Love it! I should be able to make this! PM being sent!

Thank you Shorlong! I'll be looking forward to meeting the members of the Dark Creed in DDO, as well as your other games. If they roll up a toon in DDO though, they may get hooked ;)

Uska
11-04-2013, 11:23 PM
A big thumbs up as always for doing this!

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-05-2013, 12:11 AM
A big thumbs up as always for doing this!

Thanks Uska. I always thought our community was the greatest gaming community in mmos. That was certainly strained this year with the replacement of the old DDO website, and other Turbine decisions. But as always, every year we do these events, shortly into each ceremony I realize the playerbase itself has never changed. From the yearning for teamwork, to appreciation to the camaraderie.

These ceremonies are always very touching, and fill a real void in the gaming world. Looking forward to seeing you Uska again, bring friends!

01000010
11-05-2013, 02:05 AM
Vet here. Not quite social enough to go to events and such, but the support is nice to see. A lot of vets really need it right now.

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-05-2013, 02:22 AM
Vet here. Not quite social enough to go to events and such, but the support is nice to see. A lot of vets really need it right now.

Well met, 01000010, and thank you for your service. Understood, sending PM.

As for that last part, you are very right indeed... which is one of the major motivating factors we choose to do these events, to raise awareness.

ric0
11-05-2013, 05:26 AM
As a UK vet of 12 years, i want to say thank you to you and others who feel this way, i will make sure to attend this when it happens

Cpl N.Quigg (ret)

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-05-2013, 06:22 AM
As a UK vet of 12 years, i want to say thank you to you and others who feel this way, i will make sure to attend this when it happens

Cpl N.Quigg (ret)

Great news, thank you for your service, looking forward to meeting you there.

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-05-2013, 06:25 AM
Our video this year for the first time will contain snippets from DDO and from Neverwinter ceremonies. I'm pretty excited to see how it will turn out...

karl_k0ch
11-05-2013, 06:47 AM
mispost

Yes. It belongs to the Off-Topic forum.

Forzah
11-05-2013, 09:21 AM
I fail to see how an ingame event in DDO gives any support to veterans, but I guess you can always try.

ric0
11-05-2013, 09:33 AM
take it from me, moral support is always right, not everyone can donate time or hard earned cash, but just knowing people out there care, respect and appreciate makes everything we ever did and do worth it.......

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-05-2013, 09:48 AM
take it from me, moral support is always right, not everyone can donate time or hard earned cash, but just knowing people out there care, respect and appreciate makes everything we ever did and do worth it.......

Agreed. Just so happens some who attend our ceremonies do donate their time and money, myself included. But many just cannot, for all kinds of reasons. This ceremony is a way to show appreciation where its not expected. Just because we want to. Without additional agendas, or motives otherwise. Its also to get the word out there.

Many people spend more of their day staring at a computer screen than enjoying fresh air. 96% of my clients start looking to buy a home on the internet. Its a completely different world out there than it was even 20 years ago. We feel its important to fill this web-space, as well as we do in person, with love and appreciation for our veterans.expected

HAL
11-05-2013, 10:00 AM
I fail to see how an ingame event in DDO gives any support to veterans, but I guess you can always try.

Maybe you didn't READ the responses from veterans in this thread? And if you don't want to participate, why not just ignore the thread instead of trying to put a damper on people trying to do something good?

Alisonique
11-05-2013, 10:26 AM
Count me in.

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-05-2013, 10:56 AM
Count me in.

Awesome Willi! See ya there my friend.

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-05-2013, 11:37 PM
Maybe you didn't READ the responses from veterans in this thread? And if you don't want to participate, why not just ignore the thread instead of trying to put a damper on people trying to do something good?

Thanks HAL.

A few dont get it and they dont bother me as much, because some actually show up and tell me later, "Wow!". And some of those were veterans, and that's what puts a smile on my face and makes me do this every year.

I dont care if only one shows up. If this benefits one person, it was well worth my time.

Silverleafeon
11-06-2013, 12:14 AM
A long, long time ago in a far away land, I bought a game called Civilization III.

It had cities and mountains and lights and lakes.

One could build and prosper.

Make one's own farm.

Create workers and roads.

Those workers could labor in art and beauty stacking brick by brick...

Till the framework of a Wonder of the World began to emerge.

Libraries could be raised filled with books of knowledge.


Then one day in that new world of wonder and joy, a hoard marched in and razed my Wonder of the World to the ground.


That day, I realized an artist such as myself needed a very special friend to watch over my art.

To those faithful souls, I pay tribute, wherever they might be...



Rolled a PDK toon in Galiland and parked her in the Temple of Unity, as a thank you.

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-06-2013, 12:41 AM
A long, long time ago in a far away land, I bought a game called Civilization III..

LOL! Dude, I'm just impressed you survived and can think straight after that game! I know people that bought that game 12 years ago that are still playing it today --

I never got into it, cause D&D games meant more to me at the time, Baldurs Gate comes to mind. Minsc ate PDK for breakfast, spinach for lunch, and Chuck Norris for dinner.

As Minsc once said "Cities always teem with evil and decay. Let's give it a good shake and see what falls out!"

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-06-2013, 08:48 AM
From Tyrs Paladium.. to all our Veterans, our poem, which we've recited to start our ceremonies each year...

http://oi39.tinypic.com/oqdu8o.jpg

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-06-2013, 02:30 PM
For the first time ever, we will be broadcasting our event Live on Raidcall.

During the broadcast, I ask everyone to please mute your mic via headset or in Raidcall, with the only exceptions being when called upon or before/after the event. Talking is purely optional, so if you'd rather just listen in, that would be PERFECT! There's a typing function build right into the program too!

For those who have NEVER used raidcall, or any other third party voice software, the step by step directions should make things easy as pie! ANY questions just ask!

RAIDCALL WONT BE REQUIRED, but it will add so much more, even if you just listen in. If you need further help setting up, please contact me and I'll get you set up!


So, lets begin:

First of all, let's download the software here (http://www.raidcall.com/download/raidcall_v7.1.0.exe). Nice, you downloaded RaidCall! Now, lets start installing.

1st step:
Choose the language and click OK


2nd step:
You will see some text, read it and click Next

3rd step:
Read the rules, If you are 13+ years old accept the license and click Next

4th step:
Choose the folder for RaidCall and click Next

5th step:
Finish the installing and run the program

6th step:
After you will run the program click at "Create a new account"

7th step:
Sign up with RaidCall

8th step:
Join with your account and connect to the DDO Veterans Day Ceremony Raidcall Group

OUR RAIDCALL ID# IS 7420176

Bekki
11-07-2013, 07:36 AM
I will be proud to stand with you as always...

Thank you for doing this, it is always a moving event.

/Salute.

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-07-2013, 07:42 AM
I will be proud to stand with you as always...

Thank you for doing this, it is always a moving event.

/Salute.

It will be especially moving this time around, with much new material and important messages to deliver.

Once Im done I'll let you know Bekki, and dont forget to download Raidcall, as we will broadcasting live, just like a podcast, but with more interaction as folks can talk to us in certain parts ! ;)

(I will type if anyone needs, so dont worry if you cant utilize chat)

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-07-2013, 07:43 AM
We have a much more varied international interest (and concerns) this time around.

Naturally since this is an American holiday, this will be a central theme in the event. However, those from around the world will realize that those in attendance will welcome all to join, as its not any one nation or political party we are focusing on, but the human element of being a soldier, and the sacrifice involved for the soldier and his/her family.

So stand there close your eyes, and imagine your nation's heroes, your flag, and those that put their lives on the line... for the true goal of this event is to bond together as brothers and sisters of peace and dignity, REGARDLESS of political or national origins.

Bekki
11-07-2013, 01:46 PM
It will be especially moving this time around, with much new material and important messages to deliver.

Once Im done I'll let you know Bekki, and dont forget to download Raidcall, as we will broadcasting live, just like a podcast, but with more interaction as folks can talk to us in certain parts ! ;)

(I will type if anyone needs, so dont worry if you cant utilize chat)

Roger that.
I will work on that when I get home from W***

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-07-2013, 02:49 PM
Roger that.
I will work on that when I get home from W***

great. im probably going to be working on editing until Sunday. we'll do an air check then if you want!

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-08-2013, 06:54 PM
Thank you Jerry for helping support our event with the Chronicle mention. Means a lot. http://images.wikia.com/central/images/9/99/Wave_emoticon2.gif

kamimitsu
11-09-2013, 02:19 AM
I just became a citizen of the USA a half year ago, and though I'm on hiatus from DDO, I wish much love to our Veterans (and Tyrs for keeping them in the spotlight every year). It takes a bigger man than I to REALLY take up arms for the rest of us.

[not serious] The next time you slaughter an entire village of Hobgoblins (in the Arzag-Khor Sewers, perhaps) remember they're just doing their job... trying to protect their brothers and their way of life, savage as it may be. YOU came down into THEIR home to pillage and destroy them, and for what? Some XP and a couple of chests with +2 half plate? Pity them and their powerlessness to stop you. Feeble furry bastards.

Don't stop cleaving them in twain with your greatsword, mind you. They're different and they deserve their demise. Plus, that Malachite Shard is worth like almost 220 XP. And you might totally pull a Greivous Blade! [/not serious]

bulldogbreed
11-09-2013, 03:08 AM
Not sure if I will be able to attend but will try, as an older player with disabilities and on pain killers not always able to make schedules but my grandfather served in WWI and WWII and my father served on an aircraft carrier at the end of WWII. The concept on honouring those that served needs to be supported. Too many people nowadays neglect the efforts and sacrifices made by vets from around the world and a short time from this community will mean a lot to those who served or who have family who served.

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-09-2013, 04:49 AM
I just became a citizen of the USA a half year ago, and though I'm on hiatus from DDO, I wish much love to our Veterans (and Tyrs for keeping them in the spotlight every year). It takes a bigger man than I to REALLY take up arms for the rest of us.

[not serious] The next time you slaughter an entire village of Hobgoblins (in the Arzag-Khor Sewers, perhaps) remember they're just doing their job... trying to protect their brothers and their way of life, savage as it may be. YOU came down into THEIR home to pillage and destroy them, and for what? Some XP and a couple of chests with +2 half plate? Pity them and their powerlessness to stop you. Feeble furry bastards.

Don't stop cleaving them in twain with your greatsword, mind you. They're different and they deserve their demise. Plus, that Malachite Shard is worth like almost 220 XP. And you might totally pull a Greivous Blade! [/not serious]

Hahaha, no love for "Hobgoblin ingenuity" here (though I must admit my favorite phrase in the game), thanks Kamimitsu :)

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-09-2013, 04:51 AM
Not sure if I will be able to attend but will try, as an older player with disabilities and on pain killers not always able to make schedules but my grandfather served in WWI and WWII and my father served on an aircraft carrier at the end of WWII. The concept on honouring those that served needs to be supported. Too many people nowadays neglect the efforts and sacrifices made by vets from around the world and a short time from this community will mean a lot to those who served or who have family who served.

Thank you very much, and a warm thank you to your father and grandfather for serving. Come on by if you can. we'd love to have ya!

Varhann
11-09-2013, 06:14 PM
Vet here. I just want to say thanks.

We fight not to be recognized, but to protect.
We don't care if you agree or disagree with what we stand for, we'll gladly give our lives for you all the same.
All we ask that is you remember us and try understand why we do what we do.

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-09-2013, 11:14 PM
http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/About/General/2008/11/11/1226410617776/Gallery-Armistice-Day-Arm-008.jpg


Do to the amount of international interest via the forums and especially email Ive received this year, I would like to append our title, to include Armistice Day in the forum, in game and on our videos. As anyone who's been to our ceremony knows, we welcome all, however this step should make it much more apparent to those who don't know what we do, that we wish to welcome and honor the veterans and families beyond the US as well.

For those who might be unsure of the history, the American holiday of Veteran's Day, is the same date as the International holiday "Armistice Day" which was originally to remember those who fought and often died in World War I. It has become a remembrance day in most countries for all who have fought for their countries, and in many cases, for the good of other countries in the world.

Let's reinforce that it is an Armistice Day/Veteran's Day celebration, for all who have served, and for those who also wish to honor those who have served.

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-10-2013, 05:57 AM
Just completed our piece on Army Captain William Swensen and Sgt. 1st Class Kenneth Westbrook. Goodness, there isnt gonna be a dry eye in the house. Amazing story.

silinteresting
11-10-2013, 07:39 AM
first off to lesliewest guitargod let me appologise for using your thread for what i have to say
but it seems to me to be the most relevent place.

second i would like to say where i coming from, my grandfathers were both service men from
world war 2, one r.a.f and the second army. my brother is serving in the royal navy 24 years
so far and counting and my oldest daughter is also serving in the royal navy 6 years so far.
my youngest also has plans to join up either the r.a.f or navy. so as you can see i come from
a family of service personal and veterans.

now to my main point. while i commend you all for your beliefs and standing up for what you think
to be right in honouring these service people on this day, i would ask you to also remember in my opinion
the most brave people from all the wars past and present who did not buy into the jingoism
of the day by there goverment, the people who in each war who stood up for there beliefs and said
no we will not fight, no we will not kill. the Conscientious Objector.

these brave people whose stories are never really told unless they are famous, these people have
no one to remember their plight. during the first world war and previous these people were sent to camps,
slave camps. some were sent white feathers the mark of a coward.if these people were seen walking the streets
they were attacked. if they owned shops, buisnesses etc etc more often than not they were burnt to the ground.
what these people went through must of been as much of a mental torture as those who severed just different.
in world war 2 the same thing happened just more often than not these people were sent to prison or sent to slave
camps again. please look up there plights.

while today, if you stand up for what you believe as a Conscientious objector you are still vilified. if you say no
to war you are unpatriotic, a hippy a waste of space etc etc a shame really. isnt the bravery of these people
who like you stand up for there beliefs worthy of some form of celebration too.


once again i do appologise for using your thread to highlight what i have to say but it was your poster the veteran
that struck a cord within me. a poster you beleive to be right and one i believe to wrong. i will not go into the merits
of the armed forces etc etc as this is not the time or the place for such a discussion. all i will say is tho please have a
good day remembering the fallen and the serving, i will be just remembering the other side thesuffering of conscientious objectors.

your friend sil :)

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-10-2013, 08:48 AM
first off to lesliewest guitargod let me appologise for using your thread for what i have to say
but it seems to me to be the most relevent place.

second i would like to say where i coming from, my grandfathers were both service men from
world war 2, one r.a.f and the second army. my brother is serving in the royal navy 24 years
so far and counting and my oldest daughter is also serving in the royal navy 6 years so far.
my youngest also has plans to join up either the r.a.f or navy. so as you can see i come from
a family of service personal and veterans.
your friend sil :)

So much truth you speak Sil. Certainly many great people - who did great things in their own way - feel the same way as you do. I for sure, always prefer peace to war. However, its my belief that freedom is not guaranteed. There's an involuntary cost factor at times. Somebody has to perform the tasks that few of us would or could. Someone has to protect, someone has to free, someone has to fight. For if noone did these things, ever, most of us would be slaves today. Startlingly to me, many volunteer to do these acts.

So you make a valid point; however this event is to honor those who did serve in the defense of freedom, such as both your grandfathers and currently your brother. It is a Veteran's Day - Armistice Day event, and we are here to simply support and appreciate our veterans.

I'm sure if someone wanted to organize an event to honor all people who served the human community, say perhaps on Earth Day, people would be more than happy to attend. I would attend such an event.

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-10-2013, 07:15 PM
I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING EVERYONE TOMORROW!

Bekki and I will be in RAIDCALL coordinating the event, and you are WELCOME to join us. Download instructions can be found in this thread. Send me a pm if you are unsure of anything.

If you want to just be there and not listen in, thats fine too, you'll be able to follow along just fine.


http://youtu.be/FIz1gfVTwV4

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-10-2013, 08:25 PM
http://ncojournal.dodlive.mil/files/2013/05/web-westbrook.jpg

A very important man we are paying our respects to tomorrow, is Sgt. 1st Class Kenneth Westbrook. I've been informed that a family friend of Westbrook will be in attendance (psyb3rtr011 from Neverwinter) so I've updated my Medal of Honor video with a tribute to this great man.

Sgt. 1st Class Kenneth W. Westbrook died Oct. 7 at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington.

Westbrook, 41, was injured Sept. 8 2009 when insurgents attacked his unit in Afghanistan. He was assigned to the 1st Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, Fort Riley, Kan.


Westbook grew up in Shiprock, N.M., and joined the Army after graduating from Shiprock High School in 1987. He lived with his wife and three sons in Fountain, Colo., and his family says he planned to retire from the service in November of 2009 after a 22-year career.


Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley Jr. ordered flags on the reservation to be flown at half-staff from Oct. 14 to Oct. 17 to honor him. Tomorrow, Tyrs Paladium and the communities of DDO & Neverwinter will tell this extraordinary man's story, how he made it home.

RIP Sgt. 1st Class Kenneth Westbrook.

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-11-2013, 10:23 AM
3 hours till we form, -- Come join us!

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-11-2013, 01:24 PM
15 Minutes until we commence!

Stand with us NOW in House D's Temple of the Sovereign Host!

Bekki
11-11-2013, 02:06 PM
Affirmative Sir!
Enroute to the rally point!

/Salute

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-11-2013, 02:38 PM
TIME TO GATHER .... The time is now.

TEMPLE of the Sovereign Host.

For veterans around the world.

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-11-2013, 08:25 PM
Links:

TechnicallyZero
11-11-2013, 08:41 PM
This has always been one of my favorites....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kqba0IUdiBk

Been a civilian for almost 10 years now and still cannot listen to Taps..... too many buried friends

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-11-2013, 09:59 PM
This has always been one of my favorites....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kqba0IUdiBk

Been a civilian for almost 10 years now and still cannot listen to Taps..... too many buried friends

That's amazing.

LeslieWest_GuitarGod
11-12-2013, 09:27 PM
Thanks to all who attended!

A transcript of the events may be found in the thread below.

Please use the following threads for further discussion:

- Check out the Transcript of our event with all the video links (https://www.ddo.com/forums/showthread.php/430207-DDO-Community-Gathers-for-Veterans-Worldwide-Transcript-2013).

- Our cause to spread awareness for ACCESSIBILITY NEEDS for gamers with Disabilities. What Developers Can Do and Where Gamers Can Get Help (https://www.ddo.com/forums/showthread.php/430219-TO-Game-Developers-amp-Execs-From-Gamers-with-Accessibility-Needs)


* Mods can close this thread, thanks!