So, as I have returned from my long and...well, more eventful-than-I'd-like 8 month hiatus, I look upon my inventory and sigh in disappointment as still my favor'd weapons lack their presence. Both loathful and saddened, I feel as empty as my inventory. However! Yes...however, a spark of joy chains an event through thought as my eyes fall upon my Archangel_G36C. A rare commodity these days, indeed.
Remnants of a past long gone come ravishing through my conscious of the memories of my roots, where I started from. Ijji. This unique gun bequeathed upon me through my hard earned cash is more than just one of a kind, but unobtainable these days. Ijji's last hazzah. Though, the thought lingering through my mind alongside the rarity of this gun is the stupidity of my spending money on pixels. But that is for another entry all together.
Anyways. With this now in mind I realize that many, if not all Aeria limited Soldiers lack this weapon. Even the Evl_MP5 is less rare than this weapon so new gun collectors, and old whom missed the opportunity to get their hands on this weapon, will always have this sense of incompletion within their soul. I offer to fill that void in your heart by offering this gun of remise.
I lack my favor'd gun, the Engraved_AK, or any skin of the AK for that matter as I have always been a main AKer. I want to see what people would be willing to part ways with for this magnificantly rare weapon and as a reminder, no I am not selling it. I don't want your money or your AP. I want a gun. A gun for a gun. And as another reminder...just how many people would be willing to part ways with this weapon? Especially since most of us are collectors to begin with. So let this thought ponder about that beautiful head of yours and see what is really worth it. Part ways with the only Engraved or Red Tiger (etc.) AK you have, which you could always invest in weapon bombs again and still have a chance to get it back, for a weapon that is literally unobtainable besides through an opportunity such as this.
Now, a trade is not guaranteed. Like I said, there is some sentimental value within this gun due to its origins and how it is always a reminder of my roots. However this is not to say that I won't, but once an offer is made it will take time for me to contemplate if parting ways with this gun is worth it in the end.
Make your offer and accept fate, you will only get a few of these opportunities and I suggest you pounce.
- Le Cwasawnt