mrbrklyn is on metalforge for a long time

On Thu, Sep 28, 2017 at 11:55:54AM -0700, Mark Wedel wrote:
> On 09/27/2017 10:16 PM, Robert Brockway wrote:
> >Hi all.  Just occured to me that this might be a fun question to ask.
> >
> >I have a character that I started playing in 1995, Lars the
> >Northman. Lars still survives on my server although he's been a
> >dedicated DM character for a long time.
> >
> >FWIW Lars has progressed through various changes in the game.
> >
> >So how old is your oldest character, in real-world time?
> >
> >Can anyone beat Lars at 22 years?
> >
> >I understand that Crossfire was started in 1992, 2-3 years before
> >I started playing it.  I guess that means that the oldest possible
> >character would be 25.
>  This got me curious.  Looking on my system, I find a character with
> the last modification date of Aug 9, 1997.  That is in a players.bak
> directory, so I had probably copied those as a backup at some point
> (I wonder how many hard drives/filesystems that file has migrated
> across)
>  There isn't any way to tell when it was created, though I suspect
> it was when I first got involved, which I think was 1994.  Though
> I've not actually played that character in a long time, so I suppose
> it depends on 'still in the game' really means.
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