Dolash (now Ahab, recent name change) has been in Tarentum for just around ten months now. He was last elevated about seven years ago, and last given an Antei Cross about six months ago. In his service to Tarentum, I can attest that his is invaluable as a leading member, whether in a position or not. He is a veteran member of the Club who can (and has) mentor in a Team, mentor is a peer, and is ready to serve wherever Tarentum needs him. We discuss his future prospects regularly, and he has never stopped letting me know that he is ready for the call to leadership, or to serve at any level.
Since his last promotion, he most-recently served as Team lead of the Viata for about five months, but also served as a Magistrate to the Seneschal for over a year. He has organized foru events, and participated in a total of 80 events, with his most recent being eleven events for the GJW (which I think is actually a tie for most-in-Clan with Ranarr). He has played in over 50 matches of either gaming or ACC competition, written close to 3,700 words of fiction, passed 15 Shadow Academy courses and earned three degrees, gained 305 medals with an Anteian Cross high, and has continued to be a cheerleader for Tarentum.
Whether Dolash, or Ahab, Martumal, Voden or otherwise, he is known to me as one of those members in Tarentum I cannot overlook, because he simply wouldn’t let me if I tried. He is on Telegram every day, he is an example to others, and even to myself. I am grateful to have him, and I hope he feels fulfilled and appreciated within Tarentum.
Truly, you have my gratitude, Ahab.
Master Sith Bloodfyre-Tarentae, 2017-12-05 16:33:12 UTC