The Leavers and Returnees Thread

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Postby wedgie » 2018.01.10 (20:36)

Do you know if anyone moved on anywhere else? Would be nice to just catch up with a few of the guys and see what they are up to. :)

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Postby ska » 2018.01.20 (03:40)

Wedgie! Long time! I'd love to catch up over a brewski.

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Postby Rhekatou » 2019.04.28 (23:47)

Doing the occasional login I noticed I joined a decade ago.

A decade later, thanks yall for beating me down a bit and giving me some character development as a douchey kid. Yanni gave me some cool music. gloomp pissed me off and gave me some reflection. 29403 was a fun guy. Sunset bye bb.

Odd to see this place go. One of the longest lasting gaming communities I saw.
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Postby  yahoozy » 2019.05.07 (15:08)

Rhekatou wrote:
2019.04.28 (23:47)
Doing the occasional login I noticed I joined a decade ago.

A decade later, thanks yall for beating me down a bit and giving me some character development as a douchey kid. Yanni gave me some cool music. gloomp pissed me off and gave me some reflection. 29403 was a fun guy. Sunset bye bb.

Odd to see this place go. One of the longest lasting gaming communities I saw.
The 1.4 community is threadbare, but a small contingent of authors resurfaced over the last year or so, all nostalgic for days gone by, and this kind of coalesced into a mapping contest we're putting on now which has quite a few participants. Barring that, the N++ community is absolutely thriving on Discord. You love to see it.


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