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Friends, you may have noticed that a new forum has appeared at the bottom of the Tolkien Discussion forums. This is a unique forum at The Hall of Fire, because it is an open forum, available for posting to both registered members, and unregistered guests (who can either enter a user name when they post, or just post as "Guest". The purpose is to provide a venue to comment about my book, Arda Reconstructed; to provide reviews, errata, comments about the tables, the illustrations, or any other commentary folks wish to provide. It will likely be a while before the book is actually available to most people, but I thought I would go ahead and open the forum now, to give the few people that have gotten a copy a chance to comment if they wish in the coming days and weeks.
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Voronwë, good luck with the new forum. This has been tried at The Outer Banks, but unfortunately the forum drowned in bots and spam. I hope this one meets better fate.
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Thanks, Frelga. We recognize that might be a big problem. We'll see what happens! It could be that no one shows up here to talk about it anyway, although there is a link on the arda-reconstructed.com webpage.
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Alas, you were right, Frelga. :(
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Links attract spam like candles attract moths. Verminous, disease-ridden moths.
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Post by Voronwë the Faithful »

Ax, you and Prim and Teremia and vison and some of our other creative writers should collaborate on tale of woe featuring these verminous, disease-ridden spam-moths. :x
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