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GOA Community Manager Revealed!

Posted Thu, May 22, 2008 by RadarX

MMOGeek is reporting that GOA, the European publisher of Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning, has announced who their Community Manager is. Magnus (also known as Imaad) has stated the following:

Greetings!
My name is Magnus, aka Imaad. I hereby merrily announce that I’ll be working with all of you on Warhammer Online as a GOA Community Manager together with Requel/IainC, who many of you already know.

I’ve lived and worked in Dublin for a couple of years now, but I’m originally from Sweden. So whereas primarily representing the English Warhammer community in Europe, I’ll be able to see that Scandinavian players are being listened to in their native tongue, too.

I was introduced to the loveliness of gaming as I left the innocence of kindergarten. Starting out with Nintendo classic, I quickly moved on to PC gaming in all its forms. I always knew those dark summer days in my boy room were actually invested! When not dwelling in virtual worlds, I enjoy studying philosophy and religion, dancing, jogging and the occasional after work beer(s).

I’m honoured to be part of this already vibrant community and I look forward getting to know you guys over what will surely be many great years of gaming. If you’ve got any questions, I’ll do my best to answer them.

Warm regards,
Magnus aka Imaad


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