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Level 7
Feb 14, 2008
hello. i wish the name could be longer than i would be Ancient_Doom.
i have played war3 for nearly... 7-8 years. basicly since it first came out. it was the first social game ive ever played and i am still a large fan of it. i have been in and out of nearly 100 clans (as odd as it is, all but 2 of them i was declared the first shaman. not sure why since i dont ask for it.) i havent been truly skilled until recently. i do a ton of custom games and used to do Bnet/ladder. (lost my skill for that.) and i am very recently getting into doing maps. i have made only 1 map so far on my own with absolutely NO help of any kind. and i think i did pretty well since i made a balaned custom race and custom spawns like art of defense. (my map: ITS HARD!!!) and after i ran into trouble with ai in it, i decided to move on and have started my second map like... two days ago.

i am very skilled at strategy games, and am a loyal soldier of clan tmt. which is the offical clan of azeroth wars.

dont bother ever asking person information about me since i have never told anybody anything on any level.

i think that should cover my introduction. good map making ppl! :infl_thumbs_up:
Level 32
Oct 23, 2006
Welcome to The Hive Workshop!

Greetings TheAncient. Your name might be changed, refer to: Username Changes

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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