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BigNorseWolf wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:
BigNorseWolf wrote:

Pregen? Oh hell no.

The ACG pregens hold their own. The old pregens from the core are being reworked. New pregens for the APG are being designed. Try to keep an open mind. And try them out before you just shut the idea down without any play experience with the new and revamped pregens.
That's still only half of it. Even a well done character still isn't one of my characters.

As I've been advised countless times while in this job, we aren't going to please everyone all of the time, even when it's something that is new, free, and something previously unavailable. I'm also guessing you didn't like WBG or WBG2 since they had the same requirement. My apologies it doesn't fit your needs. Hopefully, we can take the feedback and do better the next time around.

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tkpope wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:
tkpope wrote:
Disappointed that the closest region is 160 miles away.

It's only because someone didn't apply for wherever you are at. VO positions are often under appreciated and people lash out at them about things not in their control, single them out on message boards just because they have a title next to their name, and other immature acts that make people hesitant to volunteer their valuable time for people who don't seem to appreciate it. That makes finding volunteers a difficult task and is one we battle every day.

If you or someone you know might be interested in volunteering, have them email me.

Mike that's not true. I applied for VL!

I had more than 200 emails and 20+ Questions on each of the 200+ questionnaires to review. It is likely I may have missed one or two in all of the documents. Email me.

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BigNorseWolf wrote:

Pregen? Oh hell no.

The ACG pregens hold their own. The old pregens from the core are being reworked. New pregens for the APG are being designed. Try to keep an open mind. And try them out before you just shut the idea down without any play experience with the new and revamped pregens.

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WesWagner wrote:

If I see the VO in Portland Oregon has volunteered, should I just contact them directly to ask to get involved?

Yes

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Andrew K wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:
tkpope wrote:
Disappointed that the closest region is 160 miles away.

It's only because someone didn't apply for wherever you are at. VO positions are often under appreciated and people lash out at them about things not in their control, single them out on message boards just because they have a title next to their name, and other immature acts that make people hesitant to volunteer their valuable time for people who don't seem to appreciate it. That makes finding volunteers a difficult task and is one we battle every day.

If you or someone you know might be interested in volunteering, have them email me.

There may or may not have been someone who applied near tkpope (I have no idea), but that certainly isn't always the reason. I applied (and I trust there were good reasons I wasn't accepted), but even with these new VOs, the nearest city is almost 75 miles away, and that's to the closest edge of Tucson ignoring how far in I would have to drive. If I can't get my local shop to completely run OP -- it was going to be easier having a VL here -- then OP is out of the question for probably anyone here. Driving an hour or more for it is not an option for most of the people who would want to play.

I hope I was the only person from Sierra Vista to apply, because it'd be really disappointing to know multiple of us went for it and none of us could make it to have a VL down here.

I don't remember seeing an email from you, Andrew. However, I went through more than 170 emails so I may have missed one or two. Email me so we can sort it out.

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sanwah68 wrote:

Personally, I have no problems with Pre-gen only, but as a reasonably experienced player it would be great to have pregens of all the classes (including the APG and ACG), as it would be great to trial some of the classes before I play one of them. An example: the Hunter sounds cool, but how does it play. Using the quest series, I could find out how I like 6 different classes, if all the pregens were available.

Actually if the Hunter was available, I would organise to play tonight :)

Consider it an opporunity, not an issue

They are coming. All of them.

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Good luck with the quests and hopefully they help to fill some kind of place in your events. On a positive note, there were no real quests series before.

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Drogon wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:
Dragnmoon wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:
You've played PFS since event #1. You tell me,

Since you are asking, never witnessed it myself neither locally or at conventions. That said the vast majority of my game play is in San Antonio and our gaming culture here does not fit that concept.

Edit: To me it feels like it would only be a few only doing such and not enough to actually warrant the stricter rule of Pregen only. But I don't have your Voices of 100s of VOs.

How many first time player experiences being ruined is enough?

Hm. I gotta call you to the mat on this, Mike. I am willing to speculate that the number of new players whose experiences are "ruined" by power gamers is roughly equal to the number of new players who won't continue with this event due to not being able to bring their own PC to the table after the first session or two (thus having the experience "ruined" for them).

Neither number is large enough to warrant worrying about.

If it was a tier 1 regular scenario open for full reply, I would agree with you. However, for a product focused designed specifically for introduction of the system and game to new players, and not for veterans to play ad nauseum, we decided it best to make it pregens across the board. In the future when we release other quests series, we may reconsider. However, I need my mind changed through actual play experience because there is too much of this crap that happens and drives away first time players for good.

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Dragnmoon wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:
You've played PFS since event #1. You tell me,

Since you are asking, never witnessed it myself neither locally or at conventions. That said the vast majority of my game play is in San Antonio and our gaming culture here does not fit that concept.

Edit: To me it feels like it would only be a few only doing such and not enough to actually warrant the stricter rule of Pregen only. But I don't have your Voices of 100s of VOs.

How many first time player experiences being ruined is enough?

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Dragnmoon wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:

Agreed. Unfortunately, people bring overpowered Pcs to the table to show they can solo the quest, and it leads to a bad experience for the new person sitting down for his first time

So, we limited the damage that can happen by limiting these to pregens only.
This was actually a common enough occurrence that you had to add this rule?

You've played PFS since event #1. You tell me,

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Drogon wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:
DrParty06 wrote:
Does the text about the requirement to play a 1st level pre-gen apply to those who have level 1 PFS characters? I'm assuming yes, but that may hurt the replay a bit, especially amongst more experienced players.
No, you may not play a first level character of your own creation. First level pregens are required to play through these.
Bummer.

Agreed. Unfortunately, people bring overpowered Pcs to the table to show they can solo the quest, and it leads to a bad experience for the new person sitting down for his first time

So, we limited the damage that can happen by limiting these to pregens only.

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tkpope wrote:
Disappointed that the closest region is 160 miles away.

It's only because someone didn't apply for wherever you are at. VO positions are often under appreciated and people lash out at them about things not in their control, single them out on message boards just because they have a title next to their name, and other immature acts that make people hesitant to volunteer their valuable time for people who don't seem to appreciate it. That makes finding volunteers a difficult task and is one we battle every day.

If you or someone you know might be interested in volunteering, have them email me.

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Your GM is wrong. As Jeff said above, "the only reason maps ever use a size other than 5' squares (which the rules are based on) is something called "getting the darn thing to fit on one page."

All other rules about movement and the like still apply. We just couldn't fit the entire map onto a page if it was drawn in 5 foot squares.

On a side note, I generally get 1-3 emails detailing these types of situations on average on a weekly basis. This is an example of the reason I haven't opened up GMing with more creative liberties. Feel free to point to this thread the next time someone asks why they can't do whatever they want as a GM in PFS OP.

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Dragnmoon wrote:
While we are on the subject, what happened to the promised Goblin Attack Quests for the 4 Star+ Gms? Is that no longer happening?

That isn't happening at this time or for the foreseeable future.

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DrParty06 wrote:
Does the text about the requirement to play a 1st level pre-gen apply to those who have level 1 PFS characters? I'm assuming yes, but that may hurt the replay a bit, especially amongst more experienced players.

No, you may not play a first level character of your own creation. First level pregens are required to play through these.

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Emails have been sent out this afternoon to the 68 people who have been selected as VLs for the Adventure Card Game OP program! Welcome to the team. It just got a whole lot bigger!
In a few weeks, we will have a blog post announcing all of the new VLs. Until then, the break down of the regions they are assigned to cover are as follows:

Domestic:

Alabama - Birmingham
Arizona - Phoenix
Arizona - Tucson
California - Fresno
California - Lake Forest
California - Los Angeles
California - Sacramento
Florida - Pensacola
Florida - Tampa
Georgia - Athens
Georgia - Atlanta
Georgia - Savannah
Idaho - Boise
Illinois - Carbondale (Southern IL)
Illinois - Carterville (Southern IL)
Illinois - Chicago (Northern IL)
Illinois -Peoria (Central IL)
Indiana - Beechgrove (Southern IN)
Indiana - Bloomington
Indiana - Ft Wayne
Indiana - Indianapolis
Iowa - Des Moines (2 VLs appointed to this region)
Kentucky - Louisville
Louisiana - New Orleans
Massachusetts - Boston
Massachusetts - North Shore
Minnesota - Minneapolis & St Paul
Missouri - Cape Girardeau
Missouri - Kansas City
Nevada - Reno
New Mexico - Alamogordo
New York - Albany
New York - New York City
North Carolina - Asheville
North Carolina - Charlotte
North Carolina _ Raleigh
Oregon - Corvalis
Oregon - Portland
Pennsylvania - Pittsburgh
Tennessee - Knoxville
Texas - Dallas
Texas - Lubbock
South Carolina - Irmo
South Carolina - Lexington
Virginia - Richmond
Washington - Bellingham
Washington - Seattle/Redmond
Washington - Spokane
Washington - Tri-Cities
West Virginia - Charleston
Wisconsin - Green Bay
Wisconsin - Madison

International:

Australia - Canberra
Australia - Melbourne
Australia - Perth
Australia - Sydney
Canada - Edmonton, Alberta
Canada - North Bay, Ontario (Northern Ontario)
Canada - Toronto (Southern Ontario)
Canada - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
England - London
Germany - Berlin
Germany - Hamburg
Germany - Lepzig (Sudwest region)
Italy - Milan
Mexico - Tijuana
Netherlands - Amsterdam
Portugal - Gaia City
Turkey - Istanbul

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Please join me in welcoming Robert Hetherington as VC of the San Francisco region. He has strong roots in PFS and will do an amazing job reviving that area.

Welcome to them team!

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zefig wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:
John Francis wrote:


I don't believe that it counts as a special for any purposes.

It was originally intended to be that way, but after some further consideration campaign management felt that it was too important a scenario to make it hard for anybody to get a chance to play it as early in season 6 as possible. As a result it was opened up so that anyone could run it (even a no-star GM at a single-table game day)

^this
So even the first run of it at Gen Con doesn't count as a special?

No

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John Francis wrote:


I don't believe that it counts as a special for any purposes.

It was originally intended to be that way, but after some further consideration campaign management felt that it was too important a scenario to make it hard for anybody to get a chance to play it as early in season 6 as possible. As a result it was opened up so that anyone could run it (even a no-star GM at a single-table game day)

^this

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I have already made those changes in Additional Resources and they will be live when the next update goes up.

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Nefreet wrote:
I don't believe any equipment from the TG is legal unless found on a Chronicle.

^this^

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    Page 6: Added the following text: “However, any boons must wait to be utilized until the character is of the same level as the subtier on the Chronicle sheet unless otherwise noted.”

    Page 7: Removed aasimar and tielfing as legal race choices. Added kitsune, nagaji, and wayang as legal choices.

    Page 9: Added the 10 classes from Advanced Class Guide to Table 2-2

    Page 10: Under “Character Retraining”, added the folloiwng text: “You are only able to retrain into a legal race.”

    Pages 13-18: Changed all of the faction information from the old nation based factions to the new factions. Grand Lodge and Silver Crusade remain unchanged. Added new traits.

    Page 18: Updated faction goals for Season 6.

    Page 18: Added a section on Season 6 special rules.

    Page 18: Added a section on Glitches, including a table.

    Page 20: Changed, “If you have already played a scenario and wish to replay it for any reason,…” with “If you have already played a scenario and wish to replay to help make a table legal,...”

    Page 27: Updated the shirts available for free rerolls.

    Page 31: Under “Determing Subtiers”, added the following text: “If you are exactly at 0.5, let the group decide which subtier they wish to play.”

    Page 37: Added the following text: “A GM may apply credit for running a scenario, module, or Adventure Path in any of the same ways a player can, and must follow the same rules as a player when applying credit to a character.”

    Pages 38-44: Updated the Regional Coordinators’ list.

    Page 45: Updated the index.

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Qstor wrote:

are they going to be uploaded for general use?

Mike

Soon

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Removed four posts. Please don't spam the message boards.

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Apocryphile wrote:

Sorry, but the entry for People of the Stars points out Androids as illegal.

What about the other races?

None of the races are legal. I will clear up the language in the September update.

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Pink Dragon wrote:

The rules permit "creative solutions", but as soon as a GM steps outside the tactics as written in the scenario, everyone is crying foul...

GtPSOP, page 33 wrote:
However, if the actions of the PCs before or during an encounter invalidate the provided tactics or starting locations, the GM should consider whether changing these would provide a more enjoyable play experience. Additionally, the GM may consider utilizing terrain and environmental conditions when those effects have been written into the flavor of a scenario but the mechanics that are normally associated with them by the Core Rulebook have not been added to the encounters.

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There are no current plans for anything from this book to appear in Additional Resources.

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Removed a post. If you have a tangent that does not pertain to the topic at hand, please make a separate post.

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Doug Miles wrote:
. Venture-Lieutenant Kyle Baird?

Haha

Hahahahah

BAHAHAHAHAHAHa

LOLOLOLOLOLOL LOLOLOLOLOLOLLOLOLOLOLOLOLLOLOLOLOLOLOLLOLOLOLOLOLOL

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There are 1487 tables of PFS and 211 tables of quests to report. Every one of them has to be entered manually by hand one at a time. Three volunteers are dedicating their time to enter these. Please give us a bit more time.

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We are planning the Silverhex Chronicles series of quests.

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Another option we can consider is to wait for 30-60 days after a book is released to update Additional Resources. This will allow plenty of time for the playerbase to give feedback on a book and all it contains so there is very little chance we ever miss anything.idont think that is the best option but it would almost eliminate someone choosing something that might later become an illegal option because it was missed and not recognized as too powerful for OP.

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I will be adding this as unavailable in Additonal resources on the next update. Thanks for the feedback.

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andreww wrote:
On the issue of table assignments how practical would it be for the numbers to be printed on the tablecloths? The signs were helpful but were often removed to make space.

The table cloths belong to the convention center so we can't print on them. It's why I had stand up, double sidedtable tents, as well as single sided table tents with the highest level of sticky side printed for every table. I'm not sure what you mean by removed because on Sunday, every table still had its sticky table tent still attached.

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Mike Bramnik wrote:
The last time I was able to look (between GMing tables and tweaking my back), the android was up to $500 - I'd love to find out just how high it went! (Bob and I had a small bet going on that...)

$750

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Kadasbrass Loreweaver wrote:
But Mike, was lichdom achieved?

I don't need lichdom. I know what the Test of the Starstone is all about now ;-)

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I forgot to mention that of that total of 8,736 players seated, just over 500 of them were kids seated for Kid's Track!

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Please join me in congratulating Lucas Servideo as the newest recipient of the PFS Campaign Service Award.

Lucas has served as the Boston/North Shore Venture-Lieutenant for several years. His efforts have fostered growth and community cohesion in his region. He makes my job easier and I thank him for that. His PFS portfolios he produces with his own money and distributes for free among the playerbase have received the highest praise from the community and I encourage you to reach out to him to obtain a copy.

He has also done a tremendous job with the kid's track, both in his local area, and 2013 and 2014 Gen Cons. Single-handedly, he has turned my ideas for the Kid's track from good to great with his efforts. From doing television interviews to producing "draw your own goblin" coloring sheets, the kid's track program is stronger because of Lucas. I've had at least 10 parents come up to HQ this year at Gen Con to tell me how amazing the Kid's Track experience has been to their family, and specifically how much Lucas' efforts have personally created a lifelong memory for their child and converted their child to a Pathfinder fan.

A link to his interview talking about Kid's Track at Gen Con 2013 can be found HERE. His passion about the Kid's Track really shows.

He has my highest respect and most sincere thank you for all of his work. Without him, PFS would not be where it is today.

Congratulations Lucas Servideo. You are now PFS number 723 and one of the pillars that Society is built upon!

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If it is not located in the retirement section of scenarios, it is not currently retired. When it becomes retired, it will be moved to the retirement section. Until that time, it remains a valid play option.

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None of the four races are legal. I will make it more clear in the next update.

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Please join me in congratulating Todd Morgan, Bob Jonquet, and Del Collins as the newest recipients of the PFS Campaign Service Award.

Todd has served as the Iowa Venture-Captain, then transitioned to the Venture-Captain of Omaha, NE, and has served since September 2011. His efforts have fostered growth and community cohesion in both regions.

Bob has served as the Chicago Venture-Captain, then transitioned to the Venture-Captain of Central and Southern Illinois and has served since October 2011. His efforts have fostered growth and community cohesion across the entire state of Illinois.

Both Todd and Bob worked throughout the past 11 months between last year's Gen Con and this year's, to help Jon Cary (a campaign service award recipient himself) and I formulate plans to make all aspects of PFS at Gen Con run more smoothly. They willingly gave up all of their 2014 Gen Con to make sure that more than 2,000 PFS fans had the best experience possible over the four days of the show. They served as my right hand men and helped me keep my sanity (and get a decent amount of sleep).

Del has served as the South Carolina Venture-Captain since October 2011. He is running his 499th reported PFS session at the Gen Con Special tonight. Through his affiliation with SCARAB, he has coordinated hundreds of conventions and game days throughout the Carolina's, southern Georgia, northern Florida, and Tennessee. He has also done some amazing work for various charities utilizing PFS.

All three have spent thousands of hours volunteering, and thousands of dollars out of their own pocket to make PFS amazing in their respective regions. All three are five star GMs.

All three have my highest respect and most sincere thank you for all of their volunteer work. Without them, PFS would not be where it is today. They exemplify the values of what organized play and community building is all about.

Congratulations Todd, Bob, and Del. You are now PFS numbers 720, 721, and 722 respectively, and one of the pillars that Society is built upon!

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thistledown wrote:
Eric Clingenpeel wrote:
Dunkren Flamebringer wrote:

Forgive my ignorance, but where/when will the volunteers meeting take place next Wednesday? And if we can't make that meeting, am I correct in assuming we just grab out GM badges at Paizo HQ the following morning? Thanks ahead!

Cheers!

-Dunk

As Jon said, you can pick up your stuff between 3 & 5 Wed. There is no GM/volunteer meeting this year.
What's the earliest we can come by in the morning? I won't get in until 7:30 wednesday night, and want to check in the HQ as soon as I can.

As long as we are able to get badges early on Wed., we can start handing them out at 1 pm. As for Thursday, the earliest will likely be 7:30 am.

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glass wrote:
Fomsie wrote:
No more Pageant of the Peacock shenanigans, at least that is one less headache to try to adjudicate.

Out of curiosity, what are "Pageant of Peacock shenanigans"?

Stars are still useless, and I'm not sure yet how I feel about the faction changes, but neither of these things are news.

glass.

So the bonus to rerolls, as well as the only way to currently replay one to five favorite scenarios above first level is useless? So noted.

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Neongelion wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:
Removed a post. Paizo doesn't hate fun. We keep things out that don't fit PFS play. Luckily, you can enjoy that option in a home game.
If I may ask in a less belligerent way, then: was the Nanite bloodline barred because of its mechanical aspects or because of its theme?

Mostly because of its theme.

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Removed a post. Paizo doesn't hate fun. We keep things out that don't fit PFS play. Luckily, you can enjoy that option in a home game.

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TimD wrote:

When you correct the Aasimar-Tiefling typo, can you add a cut-off date to the requirement for aasimars & tieflings to have a chronicle sheet as you have on other grandfathered things in the guide? (so that a blog entry isn't needed to interpret the Additional Resources).

-TimD

All changes and corrections will be made after Gen Con since I'm already on the way to Indianapolis and responding from 33,000 feet in the air.

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Pirate Rob wrote:
The guide doesn't cover changing masterpieces... What should be done with Pageant of the Peacock, just gain back the feat/spell or get to make other changes instead.

Just gain back the feat/spell

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CigarPete wrote:

Sounds good! My printer will gladly burn through ink for this.

Two small Additional Resource notes.
- Under Blood of Fiends it says that Aasimar characters are not legal for play. Assume this is just a cut and pasta error.
- Under Advanced Race Guide, kitsune, nagaji, and wayang are still listed as requiring a chronicle to play, while Tiefling and Aasimar are not noted as such.

Yes, it should read that Tiefling characters are not legal for play without a Chronicle sheet. Thanks for pointing out the ARG entry. We will get it fixed.

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You donate it to charity.

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Cheapy wrote:
Jayson MF Kip wrote:

So, 650 posts later, "It does what it says that it does."

AKA: "No change."

Well, I can't expect this to have not caught the attention of campaign leadership. I know that Mike reads just about every post here, even if he doesn't comment.

So who knows, maybe change will happen.

I have read each and every post. This will be dealt with when the new Additional Resources goes live tomorrow.

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