Caydiem now currently works for Carbine Entertainment.

See:, and 23:26, July 13, 2015 (UTC)

"In the World of Warcraft TCG, the card "Hierophant Caydiem" is an Ally, Horde-side, in the Heroes of Azeroth set." Is an awkward sentance, suggest revising for better grammar. Pyro 15:20, 19 May 2007 (UTC)

I hope that's better. Raze 05:36, 25 June 2007 (UTC)

I'm quite sure I read something about Caydiem being a "legendary" official representative for some other MMO before she (?) joined WoW. I'm also fairly sure she identified herself as female and mentioned that her first name began with a K... Hmm... Or am I thinking about someone else? Pretty hard to find any examples, as it appears none of Caydiem's posts are around anymore. --Asherett 07:34, 6 September 2007 (UTC)

From the history of the rogue forums. Thought I'd repost this part before it gets lost in the black hole that is "wow forums"

""" We then enter the interesting era of CM interaction, the Caydiem era. While everyone remembers the fallout, nobody seems to remember her initial reception, which was very good. The general vibe the community gave off was somewhat cynical, but fairly open. I will cheerfully admit I was fairly bitter even back then, but Caydiem actually responded and did a decent job of allaying most of my fears about the whole deal. We actually had a CM posting in our forums, and it was pretty nice. Then she started the "let's talk shop" thread, wherein we learned that it was perfectly alright to run around bandaging on Shazzrah and that sap is a preferred CC tool in ZG. But she was getting things like Blind being dodged and parried fixed, so that was a net positive. At that point, a bitter person quitting the game posted the names of her characters, and Thott/warcraftrealms searches revealed that much of what she said wasn't completely the whole truth. In retrospect, what gear her characters had and what experiences they'd had really didn't matter all that much, since she still could have done her job(transporting information to the devs) just fine. For all we knew the profiles weren't even her real gear. But the "rogue community," correctly or incorrectly, felt betrayed and deceived. A lot of people were banned for posting information about her characters and gear, and blue posts once again left the rogue forums. """

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