Meeting people in this game has been both happy and sad for me over the years. People come and go. Some move on from Myth or the game entirely. Saying hello and goodbye so often can become heavy on the heart over time. You never know how long you will know a person or how well. You never know how much time you have to do so before they move on to the next guild, game, or phase of life.
I want to take time out to bring our Myth family some very grave news. During Mists of Pandaria we had six or so new guild members join that formed the core of one of our raid teams. One of those new guildies was Dyingday, or maybe you knew him as Fearcampaign. He was a great healer, a nice guy and a bit on the quieter side. He was with us for about three years. He never signed up here on our website because as he told me once, he didn't add anything "external" to his wow life but he was a part of our guild all the same. Other than raiding Dyingday did arena and mostly kept to his old time friends. Many of you may not remember him or maybe you just didn't get much of a chance to chat him up. With us he was a tauren shaman but after our move to Zul'jin he moved to Wyrmcrest Accord - Alliance and became a draenei. Although over a year has passed since he wore the Myth name the news is very sad all the same.
On July 4th 2017 Dyingingday passed away from a heart attack at 40. Remember him if you can, take a quiet moment, and send good thoughts, prayers or whatever you believe to his family and him - wherever he may be.