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K8Morosky last won the day on July 19

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About K8Morosky

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  1. ELU2018?

    Me: Desperately hoping for a Christmas bonus to help pay for plane tickets. Me: Also wondering if maybe I could just drive it. It's only 14 hours, right? RIGHT?!
  2. Extra Life United

    Any new developments here? The antici... ...pation is killing me! :-P
  3. Couple Quick Questions

    I can help! I've been participating in Extra Life since 2011, so allow me to welcome you to the Extra Life family! 1. Currently you can only be part of one team at a time. You can change your team fairly easily if you're not a team captain, but if you do that, I believe all your collected donations so far will go with you to your new team. There is a superteam option that is currently being tested on a limited basis, but It's not widely available - and frankly I'm really not sure if they plan on releasing it into the wild in the future for everyone to use. 2. You can email support at support@extra-life.org and they can help you get set up with the right hospital. 3. Teams are simply players who raise money and/or together under the same team captain - Some captains are more involved than others, and teams can be loose collectives of strangers, or a group of friends who know one another - they do not even have to be playing for the same hospital. Teams are fairly arbitrary, but still nice to join for the camaraderie. Guilds, on the other hand, are for those who want to do more than just play games for kids. Guilds are officially sanctioned volunteer outreach programs based in cities where there are CMN hospitals, and are supported in part by those hospitals. Consisting of a board of volunteer executives including a President, Vice President, and Secretary, and also a liaison (usually a CMN program coordinator) who works at that local hospital, Guilds are less of a fundraising body, and more specialized towards spreading the word at local events. For the most part, Guilds get in touch with local conventions to secure space where they can set up a table and tell people about Extra Life, answer any questions, and help them get signed up if they're interested. Guilds also often get together for social activities as well - it's a great way to meet other gamers in your area. You can go to https://www.extra-life.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=cms.page&id=1111 to see if there's a guild in your city. 4. The gaming itself is generally honor system, so there's no need to track hours for the purpose of Extra Life itself. That's not to say you can't or shouldn't track hours if you'd like, but there are no tools through Extra Life itself to assist with this. I might recommend a shared Google document or spreadsheet where you and your friends can track your own hours if you'd like to do that. Again, it's all honor system anyway. Hope I was able to help! I don't stream myself, but I know that there are lots of great resources here on the forums here for people that do. If you ever need any help, I'd recommend perusing the Live Streaming Tips & Tricks discussion area at http://community.extra-life.org/forums/forum/9-live-streaming-tips-tricks/
  4. Restaurant Fundraiser

    I'm not 100% certain, but if you tell the restaurant to specify your name and the words Extra Life in the subject line of the check, then it MIGHT get to the right place. Can anyone confirm this or am I mistaken? Bueller? Bueller? @herobyclicking?
  5. How do I remove a team member?

    If you are the team captain there should be a way to contact your team members, but apart from asking this person to change to a different team, there's not really a way to 'kick' people off your team. Due to the nature of Extra Life and the fact that we want to be as inclusive as possible, I probably wouldn't even recommend asking them to leave. If you want to look at it another way, really you should be flattered that they thought your team sounded cool enough to join. I can understand the worry that donations you were expecting to come to you would go to this other person. I know how competitive some of us gamers are, so just keep in mind, that whoever ultimately gets the donation it'll still go to help kids. Still I do understand that you want your donors to be able to donate specifically to YOU, so since you're worried there might be confusion, maybe you could start sharing your personal page on social media instead of the team page. If you come to find out that someone has donated to the other person when they meant to donate to you, you can have that donor actually contact support and ask the donation to be moved to the correct page. It might not be a perfect solution, but in my book, it's better than asking a random person to leave and possibly turning them off to being a part of Extra Life forever. I am a team captain myself, and every now and then, it's happened that a random person will join my team. I make a point to reach out to them through the dashboard tools, introduce myself, and invite them to do the same. Who knows? Rather than wanting them to leave, you just might make a new best friend! Good luck with this, and with your game day plans!
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    Come on out to the Carnegie Science Center for their monthly 21+ night. September's theme is gaming, so it's a great fit for us! They'll have plenty to do for gamers and non-gamers alike, so bring your friends for a trip through the Science Center that doesn't involve competing with kids for playtime with their cool sciencey stuff. Bonus Round: Live music and cash bars will also be located throughout. Stop by and say hello, or even volunteer at our booth - either way it's always a blast!
  7. Hey everyone! We will be set up at the Carnegie Science Center 21+ night on Friday September 8th from 6-10PM. Come on out and volunteer or even just say hi! These events are always a blast!
  8. If I wasn't AWFUL at Rocket League, I might be tempted to try. As it stands, I'm better off on the sidelines. I'll definitely try to tune in to the stream though!
  9. Extra Life team issues

    I think an interesting thing to note here is that I've never really thought about team members wishing to contact their team captains through the site, so I'm sure this might have slipped past the notice of others as well. It's a great idea and I really think this would be a valuable feature. It would definitely help teammates to better connect with one another. That sense of community is one of the things that makes Extra Life so great, so more ways to foster that can only be a good thing. In short, thanks for the inspiration - you can bet I'll mention the idea to whoever I can!
  10. Reach other members of my hospital

    From your profile it says you play for Boston. Lucky for you, Boston has a guild. That's another great way to get in touch with Extra Lifers in your area. Check out their Guild discussion area: http://community.extra-life.org/forums/forum/28-boston-ma/
  11. Extra Life team issues

    In order to see the advantage of being on a team, you either need an active team captain who regularly communicates with you, or you need to know your teammates IRL. For my part as a captain, I try my best to regularly reach out to my teammates, and I make sure to let them know they can contact me about anything. Most of them are friends I knew before I started doing Extra Life, but I've made some new friends along the way too. I try to keep it local, so everyone on my team is at least from the Pittsburgh Area, and that helps too. We even meet up to grab dinner together from time to time. This year I'm even trying to plan some team fundraising events. Every team will be different, and if you're not really feeling welcomed in your current team, or the captain is too inactive for your preferences, just remember that you can always join a different team or even start your own. I sincerely hope you can find a team that you can really get involved in, because the fact that you're seeking more than just a vague association with your team is the mark of a great Extra Lifer! As for your questions about streaming, I know that the official Extra Life channel often hosts and highlights streamers from the community if you can commit to a weekly time spot to broadcast. The requirements for joining the program should be listed here: Also, I'm sure @herobyclicking could tell you more!
  12. http://community.extra-life.org/calendar/event/1407-dewey-decimators-extra-life-marathon-at-local-libraries/
  13. Replay FX is quickly approaching at the end of the month! We are still looking for volunteers to cover shifts on all four days of the event. If you can come and help out at our booth on Thursday the 27th, Friday the 28th, Saturday the 29th, and/or Sunday the 30th, please reply to this topic or send me a pm. Unfortunately, we only have four badges to rotate between, so if you want to stay outside of shift hours please note that you'll need to purchase your own pass to do so. Thanks everyone!
  14. until
    A few Pittsburgh Area libraries, namely Mt. Lebanon, Bridgeville, and Western Allegheny Community Library, have teamed up through Extra Life to help raise money for the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh. The aptly named Dewey Decimators, have already blasted their way to within a few dollars of their initial $500 goal, and are holding various community gaming events for their marathon on July 21, 2017 at each of their respective locations. A more detailed list of their scheduled activities is listed on their team page at https://www.extra-life.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.team&teamID=34639 or you can visit each of their websites and check out their calendar of events. Mt Lebanon Public Library: http://www.mtlebanonlibrary.org/ Bridgeville Public Library: http://bridgevillelibrary.org/ Western Allegheny Community Library: http://westernalleghenylibrary.org/ All three libraries are providing activities for free, but would prefer that those participating in marathon activities to join their team.