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Oldest Active Player Run Event Going Strong

MOA Auction House is the longest running active player run event on Great Lakes. This event happens thursday evenings with gates provided from the Luna Bank. My teaching schedule usually keeps me from attending this event but this evening I am happy to report I witnessed the auction house  going strong and well attended.

MOA staff member Anthony gated me from the Luna Bank tonight to the auction house. As I entered I was warmly greeted by the man with the gavel, DJ Scorp, dressed in the most colorful of fashion. Rumor has it he has no mirrors in his house enhance his fashion style. As I Iooked around I saw old and new faces. The honorable Governor Lady Dot Warner was in the house as were Willa of the Yew-Wood, Lord Stoney Duke, Mistymoon, Lord Iggy the Great, Captain Murphy, Hannah, Farrah, Lady Hali, Miss Thang, Lady Soarak, Lord Polynike of Yew, Kenderersoul, Lord Norman Arminger, A Crack Feind, Puddin, Lady Witchy, Lady Witchress, Lord Loki, Ochre, Lady Stephanie, DarkSlave, NightStriker, Monster Joe and the beautiful Rose Red, to name a few.

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Melian had done her usual amazing job with décor. With Fourth of July right around the corner she was on point with her red, white and blue theme. Many of the patrons were also dressed for the season proudly showing off their patriot colors.

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DJ Scorp kept the patrons  amused with his wit while many hot items went on the block including a Interactive Dire Wolf, Blood, four set of Ophidians, a torture rack, large spider web deed, a set of tall braziers and animated legs of the insane tinker which went for 37 million ! Of course there  was gold given away as there always is at MOA. A good time was had by all and hopefully it will not be another eight months before I can attend again. If you have never experienced this event it is time you did. You will not regret it.

THANK YOU MOA FOR YOUR YEARS OF ENTERTAINING GREAT LAKES