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Minecraft!

Posted September 24th, 2012 at 06:39 PM by Lornami
Updated September 24th, 2012 at 06:44 PM by Lornami

Everyone should go and play on the server! It was a little boring when no one was on, and when more people got on it was a lot of fun! Just starting out, I can't give you the exact location....

but here!


If you can find it, you can have some! It's not really hidden. It's by the glass arena, and there's a stone path that connects mine and miakalina's house beside it.

Speaking of houses, you're welcome to stay in mine for what ever reason while I'm gone. I have back to back classes tomorrow so I might not get on. I trust you won't touch my stuff. Also if you know what you're doing and you replace what you sow, you can also use my farm. :>

Honestly I should probably just build spare bedrooms or an inn in town.
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    It was yooooooou! It was so much fun today, great to play with you! ...And can't to play again with you! :D
    Posted September 25th, 2012 at 07:01 AM by curiousnathan curiousnathan is offline
 

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