The Future of Hogwarts Live

The beginning stages of my search engine optimization plan for Hogwarts Live have been completed. In the coming months HL will witness a new surge of players. This means that I will most likely have to purchase a new server, which will allow for a faster gaming experience for everyone. So keep those contributions coming, they are much appreciated, and I assure you they will be put to good use. Within the next two months you will witness the deployment of five new selectable themes/skins/templates to be used on Hogwarts Live, which will be given a strictly Harry Potter theme and will load much faster than the current "Jade" skin. I am also currently in the process of fixing typos and rewriting sections of the site that are difficult to comprehend due to the use of poor or improper grammar on my part. I am also going to change the way people vote for this web site, it appears there is not enough incentive for people to vote for us, you have to remember this keeps Hogwarts Live on top of our competition, this is what keeps me going as well as the site, if I am not getting visitors, why should I keep pouring countless hours of my time into the expansion and maintenance of this wonderful game and community? For those of you who may have lost gold or gems in the past, our good friend Alchemist Edmund is concocting a script to be released on July 16th in conjunction with the sixth installment of the Harry Potter series that will magically reinstate your inadvertently lost funds to their previous well-to-do state. In a show of good faith I will conduct a series of polls on various aspects of the game and truly listen to feedback expressed by our users, possibly even implementing their ideas to further improve the quality of this site and the overall pleasure felt while playing it. You may have noticed that the existence of bugs has become ever scarcer since the upgrade; I want this game to be as enjoyable as possible and will continue to facilitate the growth of this community and its dissemination among the peoples of the world who proudly call themselves "Harry Potter Fans." So give me your hand and let us together delve deeper into an online world, where imagination is rampant, and sorrow is unheard of, where the previously disheartened find that they can transcend their ordinary disconsolation and achieve elation, euphoria, and exhilaration. (Yeah, I tend to exaggerate things, but I like flowery language sometimes, not that this is in anyway good writing but more of anti-grammatical rant. Don't worry, I do know half of you guys only play this game because you have nothing better to do!)

I will post the aforesaid text in the forums under the topic "The Future of Hogwarts Live"; you are more than welcome to express your views on the situation and future of our game in that thread.

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