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Welcome to the Storybook Archives forum.

Here, you will find all storybooks which none of the participants post in and continue to add to anymore. Here, you may look around and read, and notice some of the bright ideas and interesting characters which have long since been forgotten about.

As you browse this forum, please keep in mind that these storybooks aren't active any more. Because of that, these topics have been locked, as it isn't fun to post on a Storybook that isn't running anymore! That said, if you want to resurrect a storybook of yours, simply contact a mod and they will move it back to the Storybook forum. If the Storybook is not yours, please send the Storybook Owner a Private Message before asking a mod to revive it. Generally though, it is easier to restart the storybook from scratch than it is to revive it.

If you see a Storybook with the [Completed] tag on it, that means that the story has been finished, so you would be able to read them like a novel if you so wish. What's a Topic Tag?

If you have a Storybook in the Archives that has at least 40 in-character replies (aka replies that are a part of the story) and have a completed story, please contact a Storybook Mod to have the [Completed] Topic Tag added to your Storybook. You, and all participants within the Storybook, will also receive a trophy awarding your accomplishment.

If you wish to join storybooks which are still going, please browse through here.

Have fun and enjoy browsing!

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