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Calling all t-shirt designers

Attention graphic designers: we’re looking for some folks to work with us on a few t-shirt projects. If you’re interested email us at info@warhorn.net for details. Thanks!

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Live game listings from Warhorn at tampadnd.org

Just wanted to take a moment to highlight a really nice Warhorn integration over at tampadnd.org, a web site for a group of Living Forgotten Realms players in Tampa, FL. The information in the right column’s “upcoming games” section comes

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Just in time for PAX: a new look for the main site!

This post is coming to you from lovely Seattle, WA, where some of our team will be spending the weekend at PAX 2010. If you’re at the show, give a shout on Twitter (@warhornllc) or through email if you want

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Added Shroud of the Ancients

We added “Shroud of the Ancients RPG” to the game system list. Enjoy!

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Added Living Traveller

We added Living Traveller to the campaign list. See you in the Spinward Marches!

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Data update: Shattered Empires

We’ve added Shattered Empires RPG to the list of game systems and Chronicles of the Shattered Empires to the available campaigns. Let us know if there are any other new games or organized play campaigns that you’d like to have

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New for summer: partial site redesign

As I mentioned on Facebook a while back, we’ve had our heads down on a partial redesign of a couple key parts of the main site. It only took a few weeks longer than expected, mainly due to a barrage

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Calendar tweak

Made a small change to the calendar view to show the current month by default. Not sure why it didn’t work that way already – I know I changed how it worked at least once before, but it was so

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Facebook part 2: Opting out, connecting to existing pages

As discussed in the previous post, we recently added a Facebook “like” button to each event site’s overview page. As expected, some organizers weren’t too interested in this feature, so we’ve added the ability to turn it off. Just go

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NEW: Facebook “like” buttons for your event sites

Facebook recently added the ability to put a “like” button on any web page. Seems like a nice way to give organizers an additional channel for contacting their users and spreading the word about their events, so we dropped one

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