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Mon Oct 18, 2021 6:17 pm
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Chaser says...



@STRvArmory I first want to thank you for bringing this back to my attention, I admit it slipped my mind once school started again. The long and short of it is, while I don't have anything written out, I do have all of my notes and the newly acquired free time to write this RP.

If you're not done with your post, I can whip something up and put it in as an introduction. I agree it could spark some much needed new life, and I'll hop to it quick.

Tagging any others as well:
@Carina
@Valkyria
@Lezuli
@ScarlettFire
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Wed Oct 20, 2021 2:26 am
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And with that, we've officially begun! I apologize for the inactivity and subsequent abruptness, but @STRvArmory, you're welcome to go as well!
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Wed Oct 20, 2021 1:10 pm
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Valkyria says...



This is a great intro post, @Chaser!
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Thu Oct 21, 2021 10:12 pm
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STRvArmory says...



@Chaser Thank you. Glad that helped.
And thank you for posting. I wouldn't have minded going second anyway.
I'll resume working on my post now. I'll have probably said something about yours by then. I enjoy the commentary.
Greetings.

Call me Mory.

I'm working on a worldbuilding project called The Wonders of Pujil Archipelago. You can find it here: The Wonders of Pujil Archipelago
  








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