Mark “Zardoz” Plummer

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Mark “Zardoz” Plummer

5 September 1954 - 24 May 2014

Planet Pluto[1] (Federal Way, WA.)

Zardoz's roots in the Myst/Uru Community can be traced back to at least Spring 2001 when he pursued the mystery of the realMyst Easter Eggs, documenting it thoroughly on his website, Zardoz's realMyst Easter Egg Hunt and other Goodies (WM) and a year later, documenting Zandi's mysterious clues with the pages, Zandi Facts. He participated in the Uru Live Beta (Choru), Prologue (opening the Bahro door in Eder Kemo to let Phil Henderson out),[2] D'mala, Myst Online: Uru Live (GameTap era) and MOULAgain. Although he was "not much of a social explorer" in the cavern, Zardoz was very active in the community through CyanChat and forums, gave a "realMyst flymode" presentation at Mysterium 2003,[3] assisted with the DRC Liaisons election[4] near the end of D'mala, answered Myst/Uru related questions on the forums, and offered advice on many other topics. His sense of humor is revealed in the February 2007 D'ni Network Pen and Ink Interview with Zardoz, his creativity can be seen in the OpenUru Writers Club: The Fall of a Sparrow: A Zardoz Project, and both are evident in the brief storyline he conducted in the summer of 2007.[5] Zardoz backed Cyan's Obduction Kickstarter in October 2013 and was generally active in the community until a few months before his death.

Memberships: MYSTcommunity (Jun 2001), Ubisoft Forums (Nov 2003), Guild of Greeters Forum (Dec 2003), The Great Tree Forums (Jan 2004), DRC Fourms (Dec 2005), Myst Online: Uru Live Forum (May 2006), Guild of Messengers Forum (Nov 2007), Guild of Writers (Dec 2007), (Dec 2008); UruObsession ()

Remembrances: Mark Plummer obituary (WM); MOUL forum thread by Tai'lahr: Memories of Zardoz
  1. MYSTcommunity profile page
  2. 11/19/03 Guild of Archivists chatlog: Phil Henderson's Conversation with Zardoz (WM)
  3. Alahmnat's report on Mysterium 2003
  4. DRC Liaison Election, Part Deux, Plan B
  5. Feb 04, 2008 MOUL forum post: MOUL Memories (WM)