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2015-03-30

  • 23:34 UTC Noremac Click

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    Beggining :
     
    Beggining :
    Bought out "Tweak Land Sales" for 150$US and became the largest land seller that day.
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    Bought out "Tweak Land Sales" for 750$US and became the largest land seller that day.
       
     
    The Landbaron buisness saw an increase from 2$L/M > 5$L/M for Regular Land under the Baron.
     
    The Landbaron buisness saw an increase from 2$L/M > 5$L/M for Regular Land under the Baron.
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    While the Market was flourishing he went to buy his own mainland Sim which ended up settling out even.
     
    While the Market was flourishing he went to buy his own mainland Sim which ended up settling out even.
       
    The Sim,Linden Biz & Land Buisness had taken to much strain on [NC] as he was like to be called from his Title "I am [NC]"
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    The Sim,Linden Biz & Land Buisness had taken too much time for [NC] tried to sell all of his assets. Because the other Barons would not take such an offer @ 1.5$L/M He then sold @ 2$L/M for all plots as well as 4$L/M for City. This caused the begging of the end for the land market in TSL, under cutting all the other Barons and killing their buisness, after that he
    and eventually tryed to sell all of his assets. Because the other Barons would not take such an offer @ 1.5$L/M He was then sold @ 2$L/M for all plots as well as 4$L/M for City. This caused the begging of the end for the land market in TSL, under cutting all the other Barons and killing their buisness, after that he
     
     
    was never seen again on the Grid as Noremac Click rather takeing on New Names and Accounts. He then ventured onto a new life of
     
    was never seen again on the Grid as Noremac Click rather takeing on New Names and Accounts. He then ventured onto a new life of
     
    Frosty Obscure now trying to start up a SLEXCHANGE 'esque site for TSL. Which had the games "Click It" , "Six a Square" and several others which were major source of daily income, with every play making money.
     
    Frosty Obscure now trying to start up a SLEXCHANGE 'esque site for TSL. Which had the games "Click It" , "Six a Square" and several others which were major source of daily income, with every play making money.
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    *Frosty Obscure (Noremac Click's other account is no longer running TslMarket.com because of this)
     
    *Frosty Obscure (Noremac Click's other account is no longer running TslMarket.com because of this)
       
     
     
    -Love Him, Hate Him he is still Noremac Click.
     
     
    [[Category:People]]
     
    [[Category:People]]

2015-03-24

  • 16:54 UTC The Wrong Hands

    See Also: Fixed ED link

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    * [[Woodbury University]]
     
    * [[Woodbury University]]
     
    * [[W-hat]]
     
    * [[W-hat]]
    * [https://encyclopediadramatica.es/The_Wrong_Hands The Wrong Hands Encyclopedia Dramatica Article]
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    * [https://encyclopediadramatica.se/The_Wrong_Hands The Wrong Hands Encyclopedia Dramatica Article]
     
    * [[Justice League Unlimited]]
     
    * [[Justice League Unlimited]]
  • 16:52 UTC User:ShinySatin

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2015-03-23

  • 16:58 UTC The Wrong Hands

    Final Years:

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    After Sanvich's banning, The Wrong Hands remained inactive in [[Second Life]] throughout the rest of 2012. The [[Justice League Unlimited]]'s inworld presence also diminished during this period. On December 19th 2012, the group pulled the plug on its region [[Justice Island]]. Co-founder [[Kara Timtam]] stated the decision was made due to the decline in griefing and because the League was unable to afford the region and their website [[Krypton Radio]] [http://www.plurk.com/p/hnnmc9].
     
    After Sanvich's banning, The Wrong Hands remained inactive in [[Second Life]] throughout the rest of 2012. The [[Justice League Unlimited]]'s inworld presence also diminished during this period. On December 19th 2012, the group pulled the plug on its region [[Justice Island]]. Co-founder [[Kara Timtam]] stated the decision was made due to the decline in griefing and because the League was unable to afford the region and their website [[Krypton Radio]] [http://www.plurk.com/p/hnnmc9].
     
    ==Final Years==
     
    ==Final Years==
    [[File:RUDE and TW.png|thumb|right| The regions of the two successor groups.]]
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    [[File:RUDE and TW.png|thumb| The estates of the two successor groups.]]
       
     
    In January 2013, The Wrong Hands returned to [[Second Life]] without a home sim and began hanging out in multiple communities. The [[Justice League Unlimited]]'s presence inworld became almost non-existent and the banning of members from [[Second Life]] became rarity. As a result, members became more interested in making a profit through stores on the Second Life Marketplace and less interested in whistle blowing and group infiltrations. The group also began recruiting new members; including former [[Emerald Viewer]] developer [[Skills Hak]]. In February 2014, The Wrong Hands created a new sim named [[RUDE]]. However, without a common enemy, ideological differences led to spawning of factions within the group. The divide primarily occurred between ex-[[Woodbury]] members who wanted to use the region to build a new community group similar to [[Woodbury University]] and ex-[[Woodbury]]/[[W-hat]] members who wanted the region to represent the more closed off nature of The Wrong Hands.
     
    In January 2013, The Wrong Hands returned to [[Second Life]] without a home sim and began hanging out in multiple communities. The [[Justice League Unlimited]]'s presence inworld became almost non-existent and the banning of members from [[Second Life]] became rarity. As a result, members became more interested in making a profit through stores on the Second Life Marketplace and less interested in whistle blowing and group infiltrations. The group also began recruiting new members; including former [[Emerald Viewer]] developer [[Skills Hak]]. In February 2014, The Wrong Hands created a new sim named [[RUDE]]. However, without a common enemy, ideological differences led to spawning of factions within the group. The divide primarily occurred between ex-[[Woodbury]] members who wanted to use the region to build a new community group similar to [[Woodbury University]] and ex-[[Woodbury]]/[[W-hat]] members who wanted the region to represent the more closed off nature of The Wrong Hands.
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