In real life or even in games, every meet up starts with a hello and ends with a goodbye. That's what's happening in all of the Communities out there. Change truly is inevitable. Can you still remember the feeling when you made your first post in the forums? How about the first friend you made in-game? The feeling of excitement when doing a quest that requires a party for the very first time?
My stay in Redbana Audition can be summed up in three words. It was awesome. The forumers were quite a bunch. Flamers, outlaws and even trolls. Name them, we got 'em. The ones inside the game were fantastic and downright pros. I couldn't even imagine how fast their fingers are.
I've learned a lot from them and I hope they were able to pick up a few things from me too. They may not know it, but they taught me how to match my clothes (honestly), introduced me to some good music that I didn't know of, tested and increased my patience and most of all, they have taught me how to have fun.
I know players may feel bad about sanctions, but they didn't know that it pains us twice as much to give those. I know most of the administrators who may be reading this have an idea of what I'm saying on this paragraph. Believe me when I say, we didn't want to but it's the least we can do for you guys.
I'm going to leave you guys with a simple message, "Change does not happen overnight".
So with everything said and done, I, Harmonix, the Community Manager of Redbana Audition, would like to say my farewell to the whole Community.