Posted by: seanmalstrom | September 3, 2014

Email: DO NOT REVEAL YOUR IDENTITY!

Hi, awesome master Malstrom,
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I have been reading your blog posts for over half a decade. I am the one who first called you Master – title wich you loved and demanded everyone to use. Even though you meant to use the word as single male (a not married man), you probably knew I meant something else. You are our Master because you are our Professor – and we are mere pupils.
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And it was not for no reason I called thee Master. The teachings on your blog and website are of great value for everyone. There are teachings of business, teachings of manhood, and the plus of having gaming analisys – incredibly accurate ones all those are.
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I realize you are a very experienced man. Everyone should listen to you just because of that. But your writings are also of high quality. And you are giving those for us for free, while you make great effort to qualify yourself to a very good job – with tons of profit, let us all hope.
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What I really mean is – you are Malstrom. We know, by your teachings, that the best games trigger our imagination, instead of giving everything on a plate (Remember the recent Shadowgate post? And that was just the most recent one on the subject.). You, Great Master, also triggers our imagination. I don’t care how you actually look like. You will always be the “Most interesting gamer in the world”. You will always have that voice on our head while we read your posts. The kind of voice which matchs the eloquence on your writings.
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You are Malstrom. You reveal yourself in your writings. And then become part of our mind. That is all we need. Revealing your identity could destroy it. I would still hear from you, of course, but part of the magic would be gone.
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Let the Millipede issue go. That is for a greater cause.
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Just reveal your identity for one of those two reasons:

1- if, by doing so, you gain lots of money; or
2- if there are beautiful women involved.
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Otherwise, please, don’t do it.
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Humbly,
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Someone at the age of early 30s who learnt a lot from you.
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Is this email joking or serious? At times, I cannot tell!

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