You may have already heard that longstanding Paizo freelancer, messageboard crusader, flumph preservationist, and all around great guy Adam Daigle has officially signed on as Paizo’s newest developer. Well, this week he showed up at the office, terrified and disheveled after several straight days of driving all his belongings up from Texas in a truck he’s absolutely not qualified to drive.
In order to show him what swell folks we are, a couple of us headed over to help him move into the Paizo dormitories (AKA a nearby apartment complex). Since fewer than 24 hours is clearly enough time to get his life in order, he’s already set up in the office, learning the ropes by trying not to fall asleep while whimpering quietly in his new cube. Pretty soon he’s going to find out about all the projects he’s already late on, and when he does, I thought it might cheer him up to have a nice welcome thread on the blog.
So please join me in saying: Welcome, Daigle! Now get to work!
Daigle arrives in true Paizonian fashion.
Captain of Industry Wes Schneider proves he’s not above sparing some time for the little people.
Hobo Beard Patrick says, "I could totally live in here..."
Daigle knows that the key to moving is properly labeling the boxes.
“Get back in there, Renie! You don’t come out until Blood of Angels is developed!”
Mark Moreland is ashamed.
Sutter obeys the golden rule of moving: Always make sure that it’s the owner who drops the expensive thing.
How was the drive from Texas? Did everything turn out well? Did you buy the crew pizza and beverage?
Parts of it were scary, parts of it were boring, but all in all it went well. I offered the crew beers and stuff, but they had to get back to work. With all of us working together it took less than an hour to unload the truck. I was amazed at that and very, very appreciative.