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Decklinsdomain
post Mar 16 2019, 02:11 AM
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Apprentice


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referrer:The leather winged demons showed us the way!



Been meaning to say "hello" and "how are you?" for a while rolleyes.gif

So, "Hello! How are you?"

Nice forum!
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BLauritson
post Mar 16 2019, 09:36 AM
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Lord Fnorgle
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From: Bristol, England
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referrer:Let's see.. I can't remember now, it was too long ago.



Greetings Decklinsdomain! Nice to see you on here smile.gif

The forum is rather quiet these days but there are still a few of us posting on here from time to time, mainly detailing our latest exploits in Mordor (including myself but sadly haven't had anything new to report for a while).

Who knows though, perhaps gradually we will have a revival of the forums as more people find their way back to the glorious world of Mordor? smile.gif


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Mordion
post Mar 26 2019, 01:26 AM
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Are there any planned upgrades to Mordor? I'm sure a couple people around here would volunteer to do the work.
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MythrilZenith
post Apr 4 2019, 03:42 AM
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referrer:A google-search for Mordor: Depths of Dejenol maps led me here!



Mordor never truly dies. It may fade into obscurity, but it will always remain an important part of our lives.
But maybe that's just me being sentimental.


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Just an average nomad trying to figure out how Mordor really works.

I've also taken the liberty of recording some videos of Mordor: Depths of Dejenol!

Classics are classic, but never mistake nostalgia for superiority. When older is better, it's because it truly is, not just because our perception of it makes it so.
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