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Author Topic: The End of A Game - The Beginning of Many  (Read 500 times)

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The End of A Game - The Beginning of Many
« on: March 26, 2006, 03:03:56 AM »
The post race has been ended. Though your post count still determines your user rank all users now have access to PM's, signatures, avatars and the ability to leave positive reputation.

Now, take note of a new tab - Gatherings.  This is the link to the event finder system. This is an extremely powerful means for gamers to get in contact with each other, though it will be refined in the coming weeks.  You are currently able to post your game listing and others can find it by punching in their zip code and a mile radius search they are willing to travel.  Be careful - the system also provides directions to the location you list - though on private campaign listings you may (and for privacy reasons you are encouraged to) omit exact location.  City and state should provide enough data to let you know if travelling to a game is feasable.

Conventions can also be listed - these require a complete address of the location of the convention.