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Dreadaxe
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Hello
I search of copy of the tread on old strike-to-stun forum
http://forum.strike-to-stun.net/viewtopic.php?t=2769
It's about Gnome to WFRP.
@Graeme Davis speak about it to this article https://graemedavis.wordpress.com/2014/ ... omevember/

Thanks for your help.
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Totsuzenheni Yukimi
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You could search the Wayback Machine website.
johnfinnswife
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totsuzenheni wrote:
Tue Apr 06, 2021 8:04 am
You could search the Wayback Machine website.
It's not there; almost nothing on StS got archived.

Does anyone who was there for a long time (I was only an occasional lurker, & only ~2018ish when my thoughts returned to RPGs) know of anyone who tried site-scraping it or any other of the more dramatic ways to drag a site's content back from the brink?
Dreadaxe
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Maybe Natascha "Server Goddess" Chrobok has the database and we could convert it to Wind of Chaos forum?
https://rpggeek.com/rpgdesigner/32651/server-goddess
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Chuck
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I asked her before all this went down if I could do exactly that, and the consensus was she would open herself up to legal liability under the new European privacy laws. It is a tragedy that all that information was lost.
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Orin J.
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i was able to scrounge on the boards for a short while between it being closed and the whole thing being pulled from the internet, but that's long passed. bit of a shame nobody mentioned that article to me or i'd have exerpted it for future reference like i had the homebrew stuff i collected.

...maybe you can ask her to collect and summurize the relevant material off that one thread and post it here for the sake of posterity?
Dreadaxe
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Chuck wrote:
Wed Apr 07, 2021 9:59 am
I asked her before all this went down if I could do exactly that, and the consensus was she would open herself up to legal liability under the new European privacy laws. It is a tragedy that all that information was lost.
Agree. I don't know which Warhammer fan could be made legally responsible for Server Goddess.
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