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Discussion in 'Site History and Blizzard 1st MVP Story' started by Ghan, Apr 23, 2013.
Heart with an ace.
I cannot believe it has been 4 years. Time is marching on for sure. I just wonder what Ace is up to....
No, no sticky. You see, no one reads sticky threads.
No sticky thread necessary.
This site remains today because of super talented members. TheHelper.net has been blessed over its whole history to have super talented forum members who have contributed so much to the site over such a long period. I try to pay homage to them in the Site History Thread but the fact of the matter is this site has helped hundreds of thousands of people and Acehart is a huge part of that. So are many others. The Helpers rarely get credit for the people they help but in this forum they do
True that TH, I usually go back to threads when someone helps fix something to say thanks. Not just leave someone in the blind. BUT he'll never be forgotten...
I feel old.. AH was one of the people who practically taught me how to use the WE
The link to the Acehart is gone thread in the MVP and TheHelper.net story site was broken so I fixed it.
I knew it was broken but did not want to revisit it to update the thread. I have now.
He plays DotA 2 nowadays. With Whitesock sometimes too.
I recently went through the tutorials and the WE help zone and looked up old favorites. And yeah, it really is an awesome base of WC3 knowledge.
They're old school but as the Editor hasn't changed much in the last years, the information they hold is still true.
Really? I should play with them too, I played with Whitesock once. Truth is, I queued public, and Whitesock showed up in my game. Totally random!
You bring great wisdom from the outer space.
He's actually playing DotA 2 as I post this.
If you guys want to play with us, just add me.
I read all of this as if Acehart is playing Dota 2...
Looks like he is.
AceHart was the first one to reply to my first thread ever.
Damn, four years in the blink of an eye.
That somehow reminded me of Netscape's <blink> tags... Too long too soon, I suppose.
There is Irony in this thread. You will know it later...