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  • 3DS Max Exporter

    3DS Max Exporter

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

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    3DS Max Exporter

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

  • Federation Shipscale (1.0)

    Federation Shipscale (1.0)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    This is an intresting ship scale that covers the most popular ships in A2 in a grid format for generale scaleSOD ideas. In later editions, all of the ships are planed.

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    Federation Shipscale (1.0)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    This is an intresting ship scale that covers the most popular ships in A2 in a grid format for generale scaleSOD ideas. In later editions, all of the ships are planed.

  • Federation Shipscale (2.0)

    Federation Shipscale (2.0)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    This is a printer friendly graph that shows the scale and approxmate sizes of several ships. Version 2.0 boasts three sheets of ships, and correctly scaled ships.

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    Federation Shipscale (2.0)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    This is a printer friendly graph that shows the scale and approxmate sizes of several ships. Version 2.0 boasts three sheets of ships, and correctly scaled ships.

  • Milk Shape 3d (1.5.10)

    Milk Shape 3d (1.5.10)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

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    Milk Shape 3d (1.5.10)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

  • Milkshape 3d (1.6.2)

    Milkshape 3d (1.6.2)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

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    Milkshape 3d (1.6.2)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

  • Milkshape SOD importer/exporter

    Milkshape SOD importer/exporter

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    this allows you to import only stock armada and armada 2 SODs and allows you to export with hps (read readme)

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    Milkshape SOD importer/exporter

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    this allows you to import only stock armada and armada 2 SODs and allows you to export with hps (read readme)

  • Storm 3d

    Storm 3d

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

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    Storm 3d

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

  •  Armada ODF Editor v Beta 1.0 (1.0)

    Armada ODF Editor v Beta 1.0 (1.0)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    This is the Beta 1.0 release. It is as foolproof as possible but since this is a beta release there might be some bugs here and there. If you find any please let the author know.

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    Armada ODF Editor v Beta 1.0 (1.0)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    This is the Beta 1.0 release. It is as foolproof as possible but since this is a beta release there might be some bugs here and there. If you find any please let the author know.

  • ODF Editor

    ODF Editor

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    Tech: 9 Quality: 9 Creativity: 9 Overall Rating: 9

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    ODF Editor

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    Tech: 9 Quality: 9 Creativity: 9 Overall Rating: 9

  • ODF Editor (2.0)

    ODF Editor (2.0)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    Quality: 8 Creativity: 8 Installation Instructions: 9 Overall Rating: 8.3

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    ODF Editor (2.0)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    Quality: 8 Creativity: 8 Installation Instructions: 9 Overall Rating: 8.3

  • ODF Packer

    ODF Packer

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

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    ODF Packer

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

  • SATOE - Star Trek Armada II .odf Editor (1.1)

    SATOE - Star Trek Armada II .odf Editor (1.1)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    Tech: 9 Quality: 9 Stability: 9 Creativity: 8 Size vs. Usefulness: 10 Installation Instructions: 10 Overall Rating: 9.2

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    SATOE - Star Trek Armada II .odf Editor (1.1)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    Tech: 9 Quality: 9 Stability: 9 Creativity: 8 Size vs. Usefulness: 10 Installation Instructions: 10 Overall Rating: 9.2

  • Star Trek Armada 2: Modding Supplement (1.0)

    Star Trek Armada 2: Modding Supplement (1.0)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    It's not often we get help with the scripting side of A2. Epytron Omega has put together the latest thing in that regard: an editor for your scripting content. This program was written for modding ODF, TT and Sprite files for Star Trek Armada 2. While designing and building this program, I felt that it would be nice to include not just an editor, but all the tools necessary for creating ODFs, TTs and Sprite files, and with that in mind I set forth on my mission. I would like to thank Starbase34.net for the extensive research they did into the ODFs for making ships/stations and weapons, as that was a big help in writing all the coding in for the ODFs. I do not have any blank templates for you to use, its build as you go, and that is, in my opinion, all you need. This modding tool is meant for both the most seasoned veteran and the newest rookie that is just starting out. Sounds like just the kind of thing many of our modders need most. Definitely worth a download.

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    Star Trek Armada 2: Modding Supplement (1.0)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    It's not often we get help with the scripting side of A2. Epytron Omega has put together the latest thing in that regard: an editor for your scripting content. This program was written for modding ODF, TT and Sprite files for Star Trek Armada 2. While designing and building this program, I felt that it would be nice to include not just an editor, but all the tools necessary for creating ODFs, TTs and Sprite files, and with that in mind I set forth on my mission. I would like to thank Starbase34.net for the extensive research they did into the ODFs for making ships/stations and weapons, as that was a big help in writing all the coding in for the ODFs. I do not have any blank templates for you to use, its build as you go, and that is, in my opinion, all you need. This modding tool is meant for both the most seasoned veteran and the newest rookie that is just starting out. Sounds like just the kind of thing many of our modders need most. Definitely worth a download.

  • Star Trek Armada 2: Modding Supplement (1.1)

    Star Trek Armada 2: Modding Supplement (1.1)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    This program was written for modding ODF, TT and Sprite files for Star Trek Armada 2. While designing and building this program, I felt that it would be nice to include not just an editor, but all the tools necessary for creating ODFs, TTs and Sprite files, and with that in mind I set forth on my mission. I would like to thank Starbase34.net for the extensive research they did into the ODFs for making ships/stations and weapons, as that was a big help in writing all the coding in for the ODFs. I do not have any blank templates for you to use, its build as you go, and that is, in my opinion, all you need. This modding tool is meant for both the most seasoned veteran and the newest rookie that is just starting out. V1.1 now includes support for the Patch Project created by the Fleet Ops team. - Epytron_Omega

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    Star Trek Armada 2: Modding Supplement (1.1)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    This program was written for modding ODF, TT and Sprite files for Star Trek Armada 2. While designing and building this program, I felt that it would be nice to include not just an editor, but all the tools necessary for creating ODFs, TTs and Sprite files, and with that in mind I set forth on my mission. I would like to thank Starbase34.net for the extensive research they did into the ODFs for making ships/stations and weapons, as that was a big help in writing all the coding in for the ODFs. I do not have any blank templates for you to use, its build as you go, and that is, in my opinion, all you need. This modding tool is meant for both the most seasoned veteran and the newest rookie that is just starting out. V1.1 now includes support for the Patch Project created by the Fleet Ops team. - Epytron_Omega

  • STATE (Star Trek Armada Two Editor)

    STATE (Star Trek Armada Two Editor)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    Tech: 10 Quality: 10 Creativity: 10 Installation Instructions: 10 Overall Rating: 10

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    STATE (Star Trek Armada Two Editor)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    Tech: 10 Quality: 10 Creativity: 10 Installation Instructions: 10 Overall Rating: 10

  • STAUM 2.0 (2.0.1)

    STAUM 2.0 (2.0.1)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    STAUM 2 is a development of a tool designed nine years ago for Armada 1. The tool goes through your ODF & TT files searching for errors that cause the game to crash. You know when you've written off your installation because you missed a quote mark somewhere? This tool finds where. While I haven't used this yet, it sounds like it's just become an essential part of any serious modders toolkit. Fallengraces had been using this for Armada (1) and found it to be so useful he made the alterations that should be required to get this working in A2, however it's comparatively untested and should be considered to be under development. Unfortunately, the identity of the original developer has been lost to time. If anybody reading this does know who developed the original tool, please let us know! - Freyr A few words from Fallengraces:- A BETA...cant strain that enough that is basically an odf and Techtree error checking program. I found it useful while modding A1 and decided to update in in order to be able to mod A2. File contains both the A1 orginal and the A2 update. Very user friendly, hope this helps those budding modders and some of our old vets. avoid the very painful CTD. For now only understands stock Weaponry and commands but hoping to fix that soon. Everything else i believe is covered in the Readme. I hope to use this thread http://forums.filefront.com/st-a2-modding-editing/405260-staum-version-2-0-a.html as a error and help thread seeing as its stupid to sart another if this will do just fine. ~Fallengraces~

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    STAUM 2.0 (2.0.1)

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    STAUM 2 is a development of a tool designed nine years ago for Armada 1. The tool goes through your ODF & TT files searching for errors that cause the game to crash. You know when you've written off your installation because you missed a quote mark somewhere? This tool finds where. While I haven't used this yet, it sounds like it's just become an essential part of any serious modders toolkit. Fallengraces had been using this for Armada (1) and found it to be so useful he made the alterations that should be required to get this working in A2, however it's comparatively untested and should be considered to be under development. Unfortunately, the identity of the original developer has been lost to time. If anybody reading this does know who developed the original tool, please let us know! - Freyr A few words from Fallengraces:- A BETA...cant strain that enough that is basically an odf and Techtree error checking program. I found it useful while modding A1 and decided to update in in order to be able to mod A2. File contains both the A1 orginal and the A2 update. Very user friendly, hope this helps those budding modders and some of our old vets. avoid the very painful CTD. For now only understands stock Weaponry and commands but hoping to fix that soon. Everything else i believe is covered in the Readme. I hope to use this thread http://forums.filefront.com/st-a2-modding-editing/405260-staum-version-2-0-a.html as a error and help thread seeing as its stupid to sart another if this will do just fine. ~Fallengraces~

  • Image Converter

    Image Converter

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    A handy little program that converts .TGA files to .BMP files without the use of any expensive program. - SSA

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    Image Converter

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    A handy little program that converts .TGA files to .BMP files without the use of any expensive program. - SSA

  • Wirer Frame Maker

    Wirer Frame Maker

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

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    Wirer Frame Maker

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

  • Map editor FAQ's

    Map editor FAQ's

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    Following several questions recently Gavin has helpfully compiled the questions and the correct answers and sent them in for the tutorials section. To save time in downloading such a small file, all of which is text I have added the the tutorial to the readme section to save the download. One thing I will add is that the map editor is not always included on your A2 CD, for which reason it is hosted on the site here:- http://armada2.filefront.com/file/Armada_2_Map_Editor_Files;12053

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    Map editor FAQ's

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    Following several questions recently Gavin has helpfully compiled the questions and the correct answers and sent them in for the tutorials section. To save time in downloading such a small file, all of which is text I have added the the tutorial to the readme section to save the download. One thing I will add is that the map editor is not always included on your A2 CD, for which reason it is hosted on the site here:- http://armada2.filefront.com/file/Armada_2_Map_Editor_Files;12053

  • Milk Shape Tutorial

    Milk Shape Tutorial

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    Tech: 9 Quality: 10 Creativity: 9 Overall Rating: 9.3

    • 418KB
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    Milk Shape Tutorial

    Last Update: 20 Apr 2016

    Tech: 9 Quality: 10 Creativity: 9 Overall Rating: 9.3

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  • The Sunday Discussion - Robbie922004

    This week I got to chat with Robbie922004, a mod author who primarily creates mods for Skyrim, though has been known to tinker in Fallout 4. Robbie started his Steam game collection even before owning a gaming PC and began creating mods, like many, to fix things that he discovered weren't quite up to his taste in the vanilla game.

    Hey Robbie and welcome to the Sunday discussion, would you mind letting our community know a little bit about you?

    Thanks very much for h...

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  • The Sunday Discussion - FadingSignal

    This week I am really pleased to bring you the Sunday Discussion with FadingSignal. This popular mod author has provided us with a number of high quality and incredibly popular mods over the last few years, with 'True Storms' deemed a necessary mod by many of our community. Last week CDante named FadingSignal as one of his top mod authors and this week I have managed to have a chat with him. So without further ado, please give a warm welcome to FadingSignal.

    Hey FadingSigna...

    • 36 Comments
  • The Sunday Discussion - CDante

    This week I am pleased to bring you a modder that I have been following over the past few months, CDante, the author of the incredible 'Push Away Companions', a mod that our own Dark0ne liked so much he added as his Staff Pick. This week we find out what got him started in modding, what he is working on at the moment and what we can expect in the future.



    Hi CDante, and welcome to the Sunday discussion. Firstly would you mind letting us know a little bit about y...

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  • The Sunday Discussion - Terrorfox1234 - our head of community development

    We're back again for a slightly different Sunday discussion today, so far we have covered a number of different areas within the modding world, today we bring it home and introduce you to one of our own, here in the Nexus Mods office.

    We decided that you *may* want to know a little bit about those of us who work 'behind the scenes' here. So today I bring you Jim, aka Terrorfox1234, our external community guy. 

    Dark0ne introduced Terrorfox1234 to the communi...

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  • The Sunday Discussion - GamerPoets - YouTuber and creator of awesome tutorials

    There are a lot of people out there who would love to become a YouTube personality, the thought of creating videos on a subject you love for a living is incredibly appealing. But with the satisfaction of releasing a well-received video comes the incredible amount of work, time, dedication and money that goes into it.

    This week we chat to GamerPoets, a YouTuber who began producing videos as an outlet for an event that rocked his world.

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    Hey Gamer...

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  • The Sunday Discussion - SmartBlueCat - Author of 'Inigo'

    Wednesdays 'Staff Picks' featured two exceptional follower/companion mods that were nominated by our users. One of these was Inigo, a Khajit follower with a great sense of humour and of course, Mr D. I got to chat with SmartBlueCat recently and found out some of the inspiration behind Inigo, where he draws his humour from and what we have to look forward to in v3. Enjoy.

    Hey SmartBlueCat, thank you very much for chatting to me today. To begin with can you tell the community ...

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  • The Sunday Discussion - TheModernStoryteller - creator of "The Forgotten City"

    It seems as though games are never taken as seriously as other media forms such as movies, television series, music or even books. To many people we simply play a game, a game created without any thought towards a story, the lore or even the characters. We, as gamers, know that not to be true. 

    However, last year something incredible happened and a mod called "The Forgotten City" won the national Writers Guild award for its script. Proving, at last, that what we create is ...

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  • The Sunday Discussion - Gambit77 - Author of the Armorsmith and Weaponsmith Extended mods

    Hi everyone, welcome to another 'Sunday Discussion'. Over the last few months, I have had the pleasure to talk to a number of people from all over the modding community and the reception has been great.

    Today I bring you Gambit77, author of the hugely popular 'Weaponsmith Extended' and 'Armorsmith Extended'. He talks to us about his favourite 'things', his friends down the street, his history of gaming and what he has lined up in the future. Gambit77...

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  • AMA with Elianora - Audio

    Thank you to everyone who joined in last night's AMA (Ask Me Anything) with our guest Elianora. It was a resounding success and I'm very grateful for the time that she and the community put aside to make it what it was. The questions received were great and I know Eli had a lot of fun answering them all. 

    If you fancy taking a listen to the event, then please head on over to SoundCloud where we have uploaded the audio....

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  • The Sunday Discussion - Jokerine - Prolific modder and lover of Chickens!

    Todays Sunday Discussion is with the 'Queen of Chickens' - Jokerine. With (currently) 245 mods on the site, Jokerine really shows that modding can be both addictive and highly enjoyable. Her interview really made me smile because of her passion, her love of memes and getting into modding due to a 'dare'. Happy Sunday discussion everyone.

    Firstly I would like to thank you for the time you are giving up to speak to me; it’s most appreciated.

    You’re mos...

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  • Upcoming AMA with Elianora

    <img src="https://staticdelivery.nexusmods.com/images/1470/7018713-1483717985.png" height="300" width="598"/> <font face="Trebuchet MS"> <p>On Sunday the 15th January, we are holding an AMA (Ask Me Anything) with <a href=http://www.nexusmods.com/games/users/3231858/?>Elianora</a>, one of Nexus Mods most prolific mod authors, and creator of some beautiful abodes, armours and gear for the Bethesda games Skyrim, Fallout ...

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  • The Sunday Discussion - IceCreamAssassin - Author of "Legacy of the Dragonborn"

    Today I bring you IceCreamAssassin, author of 'Legacy of the Dragonborn'. This quest mod is currently on its 16th major update and will shortly see v17 released. The loyal and devoted fan base ensure that there are always people on hand to answer questions and its mod forum holds the second highest number of posts for a quest mod.

    We chat about what's next for IceCreamAssassin, what his gaming history consists of, how he got the quirky handle and what he feels about modd...

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  • Interview with Insane Mind Games - creators of "Breaking Wheel"

    Over the past couple of months, we have introduced a 'Sunday discussion' that I'm pleased to see has gone down well with our community. We have had a steady mix of internal mod authors and external talent, all of whom have provided interesting and insightful interviews. 

    This Sunday went by without even a sniff of a discussion, but that's not to say we didn't do one. Just, it was a bit delayed. We spoke to the Insane Mind Games development team that is head up b...

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  • The Sunday Discussion - Caliente - Author of "Caliente's Beautiful Bodies Edition -CBBE-"

    * please note: the links in this article take you to Calientes mod pages which contain nude images which are NSFW

    Today we chat to Caliente, the author of one of the most downloaded mods on Nexus Mods, CBBE (Calientes Beautiful Bodies Edition), which has reached nearly 10 million downloads and is now in the process of being ported across to Skyrim Special Edition. We catch up and discuss gaming history, inspiration and what Caliente likes to do to chill out and relax.

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  • The Sunday discussion - Duncan Harris, screenshot artist and owner of DeadEndThrills.com

    Here on Nexus Mods we have a very vibrant, busy and incredibly talented screen-capture community. I'm going to be spending time getting to know our artists and introduce them into this series to showcase some of their work, find out what makes them tick, what tools they use and if they have any tips for others.

    Though to begin, I reached out to someone outside the community who I also hold in very high regard, the very humble and often elusive professional screen-capture artist...

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  • The Sunday discussion - Cavou - Author of the Texture Improvement Project for Dark Souls II

    This week we move to the critically acclaimed Dark Souls series and chat to a young modder who goes by the name Cavou. Fed up with the tiling of the textures in the vanilla game, he set out to replace each offending texture to give a more immersive experience.


    Hey Cavou, thanks for chatting to me today, it’s most appreciated. Jumping straight in, would you mind telling us a little bit about yourself?


    I’m currently 21 years old, though I was 19 at the ...

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  • The Sunday Discussion - Druid Gameworks, developers of Witanlore: Dreamtime

    A team of like-minded modders, coders and creative individuals, an idea, and a strong desire to deliver a story they are passionate about to the gaming world. Oh, and of course, humanoid bears with swords, shields, and mystical totems!

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    Witanlore: Dreamtime isn’t just a game; it's a love affair. Following two failed Kickstarter attempts for their game “Unwritten: Echoes of Twilight,” the Druid Gameworlds team scaled back their idea to concentrat...

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  • The Sunday discussion - Chesko

    Hello and welcome to what is going to become a regular feature here on Nexus Mods; the Sunday Discussion. Over the coming weeks we hope to bring you many interviews with all manner of individuals. Ranging from people such as Jokerine, Elianora, Caliente (and a whole lot more), to special guests, developers and even some of the staff members. Join us on Twitter and Facebook if you want to be notified when they are released.

    We’re going to start this feature off with a real treat. C...

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  • AMA with Robin Scott (DarkOne) Transcript

    Robin: Alright, it’s eight o’clock and we’re English. So punctuality is important to us. So let’s get this show on the road.

    Paul: They’re on mute. Over to you?

    Robin: So the point of this AMA, ask me anything, is literally just to give you a forum to talk to me and I will try to answer your questions as best I can. Or as many of them as I can. It’s kind of just like a tester; we’re testing out various different features on the site. Trying to engage mor...

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  • Interview with colourwheel, winner of March's FOTM contest

    Colourwheel took home the gold in our FOTM contest here on TES Nexus with her LOD Project. I had the opportunity to interview her, and you can read this interview below. Be sure to vote this month to see your favorite author featured here on the site news. Congratulations, colourwheel! Q: So, colourwheel, tell us a bit about yourself. What are some of your hobbies besides gaming? A: I enjoy watching movies and listening to music like most people. I've always need an outlet for creativity. I ...

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