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Server 1003 The Chosen from Day 1 

Hello everyone,

I hope this message finds you all in high spirits! As a diverse group of individuals spanning various demographics, we've been enjoying some quality time together, and let's admit it, we can get quite obnoxious - but all in good fun, of course!

Our group is all about embracing our unique differences and backgrounds, and that's what makes our gatherings so special. We believe in inclusivity and supporting different communities. No matter who you are, you are more than welcome to join us and be a part of our hilarious adventures.

While we love to have a good time, we also understand the importance of supporting others. So, alongside our shenanigans, we actively show our support for various communities and causes. It's a testament to the fact that we can be fun-loving and kind-hearted all at once.

So, let's continue to cherish the moments we share, celebrate our differences, and keep that playful spirit alive in all our endeavors. Together, we can make a positive impact and create lasting memories.

Cheers to each and every one of you for making our group so vibrant and extraordinary!

Yours in laughter and camaraderie,

Shadowseeker aka Shadows 


If it helps someone said they come on to my chat to hear the comedic undertone...(I am my worst enemy...I admit every mistake usually with an OOFA or Oh Shizit and encourage others to find theirs)  Gamer language is used on our voice chat and we are a diverse group of owls so our politically correctness tends to be broken but with that being said. We became a family by having each others back and if you are in our chat you could be a unicorn like me and still be loved...(no I am not a real life unicorn lmao but I would have loved to be)

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