Hey, I just wanted to express a little gratitude. It's been a real thrill to be on this server and to be in the company of the pawncraftians. Over the couple months that I've played here I've been impressed by all of the hard work that goes into keeping things enjoyable. Blood, sweat and tears go into pawncraft 24/7. It's easy to get help for any problem, even the trivial kind. Trouble makers are put in line or kicked out. Mods that enhance the minecraft experience are constantly sought out, updated, and reevaluated. There's even a second server running for the odd pawncrafter that likes the tech mods. Aside from all of that there are two recent things that have made me realize how much effort is put into this server: 1. The map change: a lot of time was taken to make the transfer smooth. A chest complex was made available, buildings were copied at request, and spawn was created over the space of several weeks of intense effort. 2. The server upgrade: It was obvious by the periodic updates that Star had to put a lot of personal time into the upgrade. And who knows what money or other resources he had to pour in? Someone even made a server available so that nobody would have to make their own fun for a day or two. Finally, after the hardware was running pawned tweaked the mods to fix the server lag. After all this, I don't really think that there's been a lot of gratitude expressed for the work done. I guess what I'm saying is that the owners, founder, and admins love this server a lot and they put in the kind of effort that's required to keep it a great place to play, and they take into account not only what they enjoy, but what they think a majority of their players will enjoy. They're easy to approach. They take suggestions. They weather harsh criticism occasionally. And they do it because they want us to have fun. So here's the bottom line: Thanks, all y'all hard working folks on the forefront and in the background alike. I like what you've done, and I like what you're doing; and I think that I'm not the only one. At the end of the day, every day, you've made somebody's day a little more enjoyable. Rock on!