Just gonna put my thoughts on this here, if it gets locked, moved or deleted, w/e. The TL/DR: I feel a grander gesture than a message every time i touch a zone should be made. Every so often you (the creators of this mmo world), hold events, or posts on sharing our stories of beginning or memorable moments on our journey. Again, i feel, those moments we share, pay homage to the creators for the created. My story began November 4th, 2004. In my day of SoE's Everquest. Was a much better time for me, having been innocent and ignorant of what goes on behind the curtain and not knowing what i know now. Fast forward 15 years, 18 expansions, 7 guilds, 5 of which endgame content driven, good and bad experiences with players, developers, and stuborn admin systems. A man i've never met, never knew, only heard by name in a revered context. Passes away. There are many landmarks in EQ that most newer players don't know about, that veteran players took 1 moment and carried on and that some don't care about as EQ is JUST a game. I watched a youtube video made by Joe Leonard paying tribute and respect to Brad McQuaid. In the video he said "Everquest was a game that was bold enough to do terrible things to you...". I thought about that and EQ as a whole, both in and out of the game has achieved this. To sum up my thoughts on this. Their is a quest in Tacvi during the GoD Era of collecting the writings for 14 adventurers (Spoiler Alert: those 14 are developer names). Everquest has named items after players for doing great things. Even the Pink Cherry Blossom tree in Sunrise Hills and PoK had some significance. This game and others he has worked on is his Legacy, i think something should be placed in game to memorialize and honor the man that put in that work to give us an adventure worthwhile. It is thru memory that we immortalize those that have moved onward.