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    Just thought that I've come here so often that I'd finally say Hi. I'm notoriously shy so I've lurked forever. I mainly use CC3 and it's various parts. I've made lots of maps but they're no where near the quality of most of yours. I use art from the Dundjinni sight. I play D&D since 1st addition, currently trying 4th.

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    Welcome Aboard!

    Lurk less, post more - let's see what ya got!
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    Welcome and theres a post about 4th ed and how it compares. Its good to have people say their opinion who have played all the editions. After a while of playing, tell us whether you think 4th is good and better/worse etc than 3rd and the others.

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    You don't have to post a ton of maps but encouraging words are always nice to hear so chime in here n there. Also nitpicks are also always heard and ruminated over just don't be harsh just to be harsh. Welcome to the guild and hope we hear from ya more often
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