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Re: Pat Chancey (Mugs)

Post by Jorge22 » 27 Aug 2017 14:11

But now you'll give it four tens, won't you? :)
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Re: Pat Chancey (Mugs)

Post by Will Raider » 28 Aug 2017 15:36

I am deeply saddened by this news! I really got along well with Pat on the forums! She was a true sweet heart of a person! I am gonna miss her! RIP my friend!

Sorry for your loss TRLE community!

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Re: Pat Chancey (Mugs)

Post by daffy » 29 Aug 2017 17:43

This is a very sad news that brings me back on this forum. Mugs will remain in our memories, it was a good person!
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Re: Pat Chancey (Mugs)

Post by SuzanneJack » 30 Aug 2017 14:54

I am so sorry Carol :cry: I myself am still at a loss for words. I found out at the end of a level I was playing and it said In Memory Of Pat Chancey. I was so shocked and went on here and it was true. I am so saddened I can't speak. She was my Angel and help me a lot. She will never be forgotten :angel:

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Re: Pat Chancey (Mugs)

Post by Jorge22 » 30 Aug 2017 18:36

Excuse me, which level said that?
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Re: Pat Chancey (Mugs)

Post by Phil » 31 Aug 2017 02:03

She's probably referring to José's walkthrough for Templars Secret.

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Re: Pat Chancey (Mugs)

Post by Jorge22 » 31 Aug 2017 10:42

Oh, thank you. :)
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Re: Pat Chancey (Mugs)

Post by scottchu » 31 Aug 2017 17:41

Tolle87 wrote:
19 Aug 2017 19:25
I am really shocked and sad :cry:

My deepest condolences for your loss :(

We will never forget her.
Same here. I'm a long-time member here and I love her game level very much. I'll always remember her here in Taiwan.
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Re: Pat Chancey (Mugs)

Post by High Priestess » 04 Sep 2017 10:54

Jorge22 wrote:
27 Aug 2017 14:11
But now you'll give it four tens, won't you? :)
I personally think that Pat's levels got high scores not because of her position as an Admin but because they were all very well-executed and deserving of an appropriate rating. That said I never completed "Alcatraz" and Mugs admitted to me in private that the one banana jump in that level was her biggest regret because it caused others to give up on an otherwise great level.

It's great to have a challenge but I for one was and still am hopeless at certain manouvres - it used to be rope-swinging but banana jumps are uber difficult. I'm just not a fan of them - nor am I a fan of very tight timed runs :D

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Re: Pat Chancey (Mugs)

Post by Jorge22 » 04 Sep 2017 11:12

Well, I did play all of her levels (not sure whether I rated them all but I may have). I liked them all, some better than others, and rated them accordingly at the time.

One thing I know is we'll definitely be missing mugs' light-hearted Christmas levels. Oh well... But, as I said already, she'll remain among us as one of us.

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As a matter of fact, I haven't rated all of them (even though I'm sure I must have played them). Maybe I'll replay those I haven't rated but I'm divided regarding reviewing... Will I be inclined to overrate them? Will I be perfectly able to review them without any sort of bias? Will it look bad if I don't overrate them?
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Re: Pat Chancey (Mugs)

Post by High Priestess » 04 Sep 2017 16:07

Jorge22 wrote:
04 Sep 2017 11:12
Well, I did play all of her levels (not sure whether I rated them all but I may have). I liked them all, some better than others, and rated them accordingly at the time.

One thing I know is we'll definitely be missing mugs' light-hearted Christmas levels. Oh well... But, as I said already, she'll remain among us as one of us.

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As a matter of fact, I haven't rated all of them (even though I'm sure I must have played them). Maybe I'll replay those I haven't rated but I'm divided regarding reviewing... Will I be inclined to overrate them? Will I be perfectly able to review them without any sort of bias? Will it look bad if I don't overrate them?
Sadly we all take the longevity of life for granted.

Yes, Mugs will be sorely missed by a great many. She was a diplomat, a person we could call a friend and also an excellent builder :2thumbsup:

I too will miss her fabulous Christmas levels :angel:

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Re: Pat Chancey (Mugs)

Post by staticon » 11 Oct 2017 18:36

I am dumbfounded!

I've been on this board since 2002 and remember Mugs being here always.

Sadly, not having visited for a few months I've only just seen this.

Condolences to Pats family. I'm so very sorry to hear of this loss to them and to our community.

She is irreplaceable.

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Re: Pat Chancey (Mugs)

Post by Jorge22 » 12 Oct 2017 19:57

Just one thing (I don't even know if that's possible): has anybody saved the messages we all left in her obituary?
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Re: Pat Chancey (Mugs)

Post by Tolle87 » 13 Oct 2017 03:10

It looks like it's possible to restore guest book, but it requires payment.
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Re: Pat Chancey (Mugs)

Post by Jorge22 » 13 Oct 2017 10:31

I know. But who's going to pay? That's why I was asking - not about restoring the guest book but about somebody having saved the messages somehow.

Now you may ask: why didn't you try it yourself? Fairly good question...
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