That would get tiresome. I don't know if you'd want to rely on self-reporting or not.Maybe I should give some kind of tiny perk to those who stuck around for so long? Then again, I'd then have to spend the rest of my life manually handling all the people who recreated accounts and stuff, which doesn't sound fun.
At the risk of sounding brown-nosey, still getting to hang out here is the perk of sticking around for so long (I just realised: even going by the join date of my current profile, it's more than a third of my life). There aren't many places online where you can immerse yourself in your hobby and where the conversation has consistently been largely sensible, respectful and mature for two decades.Maybe I should give some kind of tiny perk to those who stuck around for so long? Then again, I'd then have to spend the rest of my life manually handling all the people who recreated accounts and stuff, which doesn't sound fun.
Yeah, I was around back when Eric Noah's 3rd Edition News was the precursor to what is now ENWorld.
I semi-disappeared a while during 4e, but I have always come back.
I've been coming to ENWorld since it was Eric Noahs' 3rd Edition News and Rumors page.Anyone still around from the "early" days of the site? gets out walker to move
I remember I started posting here around 2002. I don't have a high post count though compared to some.
I registered in November 2002, but I was a regular visitor to Eric Noah's old site before that. Probably at least 2000.
I don't think you'll find any registration dates prior to January 2002. If I recall correctly, that was the Great Database Failure in which almost the entire contents of the prior EN World were lost. Many of the Old Timers have join dates in January 2002 because that was when they got accounts re-established. Again, IIRC.