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Haven't seen fellow guild member online - not sure he's okay ... (see post)

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Haven't seen fellow guild member online - not sure he's okay ... (see post)

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cacophonycat
10.03.2017 , 09:36 PM | #1
There's a guild member that i haven't seen online for over a month. He had some pretty severe health concerns. It's a good chance he may have passed away, or he could simply have moved on to other games. He's an avid gamer, or perhaps he's no longer got the money or access to play swtor.

I don't want his info or anything, I just want to know if there's someone within swtor/ bioware I can contact to get a message relayed. Perhaps sent to his account inbox, that if he's okay that he's missed. Or that if he's passed away, that maybe we can find out and honor him somehow. I know I will likely never know, and I shouldn't expect any kind of reply.

But, while this is just a game, any player I talk to is more than a toon filling in a role. They are a person and I can't stand the idea of not reaching out.

So who do I talk to? Who do I contact within swtor/ bioware/ etc? Can I do anything at all?

YES I WORRY TOO MUCH... thanks. I'm not going to post his name here because I don't feel it's appropriate when it can be equally as likely he's fine and just not playing swtor.

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Ioue
10.04.2017 , 02:42 PM | #2
I'm not a BW employee (just a subscriber), but have you submitted in-game ticket? Tried contacting one of the devs directly via Twitter or something?

Also bump.

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Iceslasher
10.04.2017 , 03:17 PM | #3
Best suggestion I would have ( also not bioware employee) is phone customer service, they won't give any of the person's private info...but it is unusual , they do tend to say their goodbyes ect. Or the person just decided they had enough and left..it does happen, hmm did you give your facebook name to him..post something there that you are worried hon...probably best you can do...

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Suzsi
10.06.2017 , 01:09 PM | #4
Try contacting CSR -- What they might be able to do is reach out to the person themselves and pass on a message at least.