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1  General Category / General Forum / Re: I totally think that this forums is dead. on: August 09, 2009, 02:04:14 pm
Sounds great man. Smiley
2  General Category / General Forum / Re: I totally think that this forums is dead. on: August 07, 2009, 01:04:48 pm
We're working on it man. Myself and Jer are busy people outside of fedding, so we're doing what we can when we have the time. Although, in fairness, if you can do anything to help us get people, please do. It takes more than two people to recruit.
3  Roster Section / Offices / Pride and Glory Wrestling Staff on: July 15, 2009, 10:18:50 pm
PGW is founded first and formost by Jeremy (Jer), wth his help/significant other/whatever he calls her, being Emma. The two oversee everything that goes on in the boards, from signups to results to Out of character banter/chat.

The easiest way to contact the staff is via PM. Both check the forums daily (though apparently Emma's a board **** and checks multiple times a day just to be safe). If you want their MSN/other IM services, PM THEM FOR IT!

IM services used by Jer
MSN/WLM
Yahoo

IM services used by Emma
MSN/WLM
Yahoo
AIM

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IN CHARACTER, the fed s owned by husband/wife pair of Emma and Liam McIntyre. Both are heel. Emma considers herself fair, and will stand up openly for those she feels deserve it, but will give a bit more lee-way to those she likes. Liam does what he thinks is best, regardless of whether the fans like it.

there is no GM; the pair believe that they can handle everything themselves, as they can handle everything else on their own.

Ring Announcer, commetary team etc to be announced once shows get underway.
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