Damn this is really sobering news. I didn't know Hue personally but he did so much for the community and he was just one of those people I sorta took for granted. I really hope he feels better and makes a return, this game needs him. All the best to him and his family.
Thank you for all you have done for the community, Huehue! Hope you take some rest and find a monk who can heal you with the right herbal medicine. Look forward to seeing a fully upgraded version of you soon when you are back.
Shame, sorry to hear all that Huehue (if you read this anyhow). I know what it’s like to be in pain/discomfort everyday for years. Been unwell since I was 9 years old and some of my issues were supposed to last a lifetime (one somehow changed after around 16 years or so). Even used to briefly know a woman that had fibromyalgia (which was much worse than me) on the subject of pain and it was hell for her. Hope all gets better for you, be easy on yourself.
Thank you HueHue for everything you did for the AoE2 community! I'm very sorry to hear of your health issues. I didn't know you personally but you were someone who I saw involved in so many different events and tournaments, it's a ton of work and something that can go under the radar. Best wishes to you and your health.
One of the most underrated members of the age of empires scene... Hue was always proactively listening to the community, be it aoelympics, nations cup 23 or the interviews of people outside the pro scene.
Praying for your speedy recovery!
Thanks Hue for all the work that you have done big man <3
For the vast majority of time that I have been around the community you've always been there posting recs, making interviews, either organising tournaments or helping out in them in some way and other writeups. A large source of top player recs for me were those uploaded by you on a regular basis and I always enjoyed those interviews, they were some of the earliest insights into top players way before twitch really took off like it is now in the scene.
Hope to see you around from time to time and wishing you all the best regarding your health.
Hope he gets well. And eventually Hope he comes back. But, most important, hope he gets well.
I really appreciate what he has done both for the community and for me. I have good memories of working together.