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Old 07-18-2014, 09:57 PM
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Old 08-05-2014, 05:25 AM
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Hi all,

I'm new here but not to Twilight. It was the second game I ever ran (back when I was 13) back in 1994, managed to pick up V2.0.

Now I have gotten hold of the PDF release from RPG Now and found this community again after lurking here a few years back. Thought I should introduce myself, and try and find any fellow Brits here too.
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Old 08-14-2014, 04:03 PM
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Howdy. I came across this site after a google search of TW2k. It came up as we were discussing post-apocalyptic games. I have great love for this setting. When I first saw the original box in the game store, I nearly wet myself with excitement. Unfortunately my friends didn't share my enthusiasm. That didn't stop me from pouncing on the 2e book when it came out. I did get to play that version a few times, mostly in a play by post format. I'm really itching to play some more. I figured this nice little site would be a good place to get started.
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I do like his style. Actually though, I named myself for the mythical government agent. I used a picture of Homer Simpson when he was Mayor Quimby's bodyguard as my avatar at my gaming site. As a joke I replaced it with Frank the dog from the Men in Black movies and it took on a life of its own. Most people who know me on the site refer to me as Pugs.
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Old 10-25-2014, 10:11 AM
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Hi, i am new to Twilight but have never played the game (despite my attempts to find it in my country) but have been fascinated by everything related, especially Twilight 2300. I hope that i can learn a lot by just being here.
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Old 10-26-2014, 10:53 PM
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Roel great to see you here!! Always love seeing a fellow ShatteredWorld Alumni come onto this board.

Hope you enjoy yourself and love to see your opinions on any postings about how the Dutch fared in the Twilight War and in 2300AD.
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Old 10-26-2014, 11:16 PM
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Roel great to see you here!! Always love seeing a fellow ShatteredWorld Alumni come onto this board.

Hope you enjoy yourself and love to see your opinions on any postings about how the Dutch fared in the Twilight War and in 2300AD.
Thanks Olefin. Will do my best to contribute my limit knowledge of the Netherlands to the forum.
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Old 10-27-2014, 12:55 PM
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Thanks Olefin. Will do my best to contribute my limit knowledge of the Netherlands to the forum.
By all means please let me kow any errors in my work.
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Off course i will do my best to correct anything if i ever spot it.
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New player here myself - have played in a couple of games myself and have started in another at RPOL.net.

Have 2.2 and also Merc2000; would like to go a game in the latter at some point, but not ATM.
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Hey silent hunter (welcome), are you on Harpgamer?
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Since I've been away for a while, I suppose I need to introduce myself to the FNGs that have arrived after me.

Medic (both here and in real life, Finnish Army Reserves), the babbling Finn, who will not shut up, if there's a Finnish point of view to the subject (or a possibility to bring one in to the discussion).

And to those who know me, well, I've been multiplying. Our baby girl is now 20-months old and her baby brother six weeks. The latter one is a whopper - currently 6,49kg/14.5lbs and 60,5cm/2'.
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Long time lurker. Registered awhile back but never posted (life tends to get in the way). This site has been a weekly stop for me. You guys are awesome!

Long story short: I come from a military family save for my old man, LOVED v.1 back in the day, always wanted to serve, unable to get into USMC OBC after college (high standards+wayward youth=no soup for you), joined the NG in an unnamed midwestern state in a misguided fit of patriotism after 9/11, ended up doing a ton of DOMOPS (post-Katrina, post-Gustav, lots of stuff in my tornado prone state) plus a very interesting tour in HOA and now after, after completing resident CGSC and getting a very interesting occasional AGR tour, I've made a semi-career of it.

Introduced my sons to boardgames, strategy games (Axis and Allies, Mem. 44) at a young age, which led, to my wife's chagrin, to D&D. Told them a few years back about an RPG which was "Army, but after the apocalypse". Now that they are teens and we have watched Red Dawn, Black Hawk Down, The Last Ship, The Day After, By Dawn's Early Light, and Jericho, I recently started a modified V.1 campaign set in 2030. They love it. I've stolen a great deal from the ideas on this web site so now I need to give what little I can back. I hope I can contribute.
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I always worry during spring when internet traffic in general is down, but this one seems different.
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New to the site. I started with the first books when GDW first printed. I have been gaming since I read HG Wells "little Wars" When I was twelve. Tactics II and such
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My Son in law is interested so I have dug out the books ( added a bunch) and the min's. GHQ and 1/72 both.
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Newbie to Twilight 2000 here; starting with 2.2 (the only edition younger than I am, and not by a whole lot).

I had some Traveller experience from a few years back (never got a chance to run it—my group wussed out at the thought of calculus—or play it because I'm the forever referee of my group).

One of my brother's professors actually recommended Twilight 2000, and that was enough to revive my interest in it, especially considering that it's a refreshing change of pace from the shallow cyberpunk/fantasy that my group tends to prefer.
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