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"First Into the Fray!"

So, for those who do not know me, I am an avid gamer. I love video games, I do not so much create them as I enjoy putting hours into a game. I also enjoy History (So much so I want to make a this day in history blog). My reason for this post is to explain what has brought me continuous joy for a few months now. Recently I joined a gaming community and I joined a few parts of the community.This community is the 12e gaming Community, and I would highly recommend them. You can mostly find me playing Holdfast: Nations at War with my other regimental comrades. It is fun rising the ranks of the regiment as well beginning to see others do the same.

If you would be interested in joining this fine regiment, add me, [12e]Arjt27, on steam.
Also, our regiment's leader can be found at [12e] Phillip.
You can also add [12e] KD
Ask around the regiment for Will or Tau.

It is hard to highlight every single regimental comrade of mine, because they are all awesome!!


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