Why? Mainly because he's a fan of the whole AAR concept! His AARs are clever and funny, but he also takes the time to integrate the "whys" and "wherefores" of what he's doing. So a reader/writer like me learns a lot about the intricate dynamics of the game, which is great.
And of course he's a good fan of others' AARs and well, there you have it!
Thanks for the congrats this past week, and congrats to naggy!
Thank you very much, Marco Oliverio! I am touched to be named Fan of the week, especially since my fandom comes and goes with my spare time.
I do want to take a moment and say that there can't be fans here in the AAR forums without all the great AARs that are done, from the epic gameplay AARs, to AARs that have really taken the history book format and turned it every way you can think of, to some of the outside the box or humorous AARs that keep us all entertained. Frankly, if we ever published an AARland alternate history book, I'd want a leatherbound copy for my bookshelf.