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Level 8
Jul 24, 2007
hi, i'm link598 and i never got to introduce myself.i don't log out that much so i'm not a bot.i like to join a mod or make a mod.i'm good as a map makeing.i don't spell good and i rarely post stuff.In my signgure i put song of the day.Here one map that look like state of florida.it not that good but i have a second map on this url. http://www.hiveworkshop.com/forums/showthread.php?t=33820&page=5
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Level 24
Jun 14, 2005
Welcome to the Hive :)

If you are looking to join a mod or a project, then you should check out our hosted projects section. Some of the projects there are recruiting, and you might be able to do something for one of the projects there.
Level 32
Oct 23, 2006
Welcome to The Hive Workshop!

Greetings link598. The Hive includes many talented Warcraft III modders of all skill levels among its users. New members (especially friendly ones) are always welcome. Take a look around and enjoy your stay, may it be long and productive!

Some good places to start include:Searching the site using the above link always helps, you can learn a lot that way: just reading and learning is usually the best place to start, especially if one feels overwhelmed.

Likewise, the tutorials can really teach ALL of us a thing or two.

The chat room is cool: lots of people can answer questions there.
  • A few other tips that might help too:
    • Always search first! Did I already mention THAT? :grin:
    • When creating a new thread, make the title VERY specific: so the site's search engine (and we users) can easily understand just what the thread contains.
    • Post your new threads in the proper forum: read the descriptions of each one so that you know what to post there.
    • If all else fails, just send me a private message! I'll try to do whatever I can to help.
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