this is rly sad to hear played toghether with him for almost 3 years before I quitted lotro.
Always had gr8 laughs on skype with you, joep and yorian. Even now that I don't play anymore I still remind these days sometimes.
It's always painfull when someone dies at such a young age.
I wish his famely and friends a lot of strenght.
Sadly I never really knew you Diek, but his was one of the regular names that I would often see mincing around in Bree/21st and Galtrev respectivly throughout the years, and that gave a real community feeling to the game of seeing the same old players mincing around the place even though we seldom interacted, you will be missed by me and the rest of the wider community simply by your absence, tis a sad day for Eldar to lose one of our 'old time boys' and of course 1,000% worse for all of your family, i wish them my deepest condolences in what must be a difficult time for them.
Rudy obviously spent a lot of his spare time in-game and I just hope that his family don't completly disregard 'that silly online game' as just that, and realise that people just like him are behind the keyboard and although those people are not in his 'real life' they never the less will miss him just the same. Reading about the procession across ettens that people organised and these massages that people have left on the forum by people just like you, me and him in this modern online world reminded me of an heart warming episode of 'My name is Earl' called 'Kept a Guy Locked In a Truck' that touched on this subject.
Various freeps n creeps since april 2007