STOked 126: All Good Things... Farewell Messages Thread
As an integral piece of the final episode I would like to give you all an opportunity to post a farewell message here in this thread. In post production I will then layer in your messages and names into the STOked retrospective montage video or as a separate segment.
Feel free to post your thoughts and wishes or simply say goodbye to STOked, the STOked crew and Chris.
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Last edited by Irish_Darkshadow; 06-02-2012 at 03:26 AM.
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I stumbled upon STOked just after launch while googling for some ground combat tips and this video popped up: link. From there I followed every new release, the entire back catalogue and before long pretty much every show on your network.
Speaking as a member of the STO community, there has been no other source for STO over the last 3 years that has performed such a pivotal role in highlighting the positive aspects of the game and giving us all things to look forward to when we logged in. Thank you for everything you have given to us and for making things in STO always seem a little brighter by striving to get us to see the game through your eyes.
Speaking as a member of Jupiter Force and the STOked production team, losing Jeremy was a significant event for the show and being able keep STOked alive since episode 100 has been a daunting challenge but one that galvanised the fleet and allowed us to produce some wonderful episodes despite being rookies. We didn't always agree on how to do things or what to include but that made our episodes better as a result of the discussions we had. Thank you for the opportunity and for your trust.
Ensign - News & Sewers
Thanks for all the great episodes and commentary Chris - I'm sorry to see STOked go, and I wish you the best with the other Jupiter Broadcasting endeavours. Hoping you have fair seas and a following wind...
STO without STOked is like a ship without a captain!
Back in STO Beta, I was reading the forum for information on the launch date of the game and stumbled upon a posting with a link to the podcast. When the show was new, I did not immediately subscribe and thought this was just a group of fan boys not really delivering value and content. Boy was I wrong after I came back 3 months later and found what I had missed and what the show had grown into. STOked has since then been a constant pleasure and something I have come to expect and look forward to every week.
STOked was the only video podcast I actually ever gave my full attention to, meaning not doing anything else other than watching the screen. As a member of JF its been a pleasure getting to you know you and I had a great time with the fleet members discussing every episode and what could be covered in the next STOked episode.
Take care Chris and thank you for allowing some of us to play in your backyard.
Live Long And Prosper! =/\=
Last edited by LeeAndrew; 06-02-2012 at 04:17 AM.
3rd Executive Officer / Foundry Files Production Team Leader
When i joined Jupiter Force a year ago i was not sure how i would be able to help STOked, well three days later i was one of founding members of Foundry Files, it was a greate time for me and now with STOked Video gone i will put all my effort into STOked Radio may it be as succesfull as STOked Video was.
Goodbye STOked, out of all the podcast I've watched you were the most...human.
ADD Team Lead/QM Corp.
I am sorry to see Stoked go, Best wish in all your future efforts Chris you have been a BIG part of this community and will be missed by many.
"my you live long and prosper" Jupiter Broadcasting.