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Why I have NOT left the Codex.

Posted September 4th, 2017 at 04:14 PM by The Grim Reaper's Friend
Updated September 4th, 2017 at 05:43 PM by The Grim Reaper's Friend
Greetings, gamers, writers, designers, builders, enthusiasts, general fans, and unknown lurkers. Greetings HeroScapers. Do not be alarmed by the title. I simply felt the sudden urge to set a few things in stone. Or in virtual data files. Nah. Stone sounds better.

A few minutes ago, I finished reading Xotli's only blog post. In that post, he detailed why he left the C3V, and I highly encourage you to read it. Not because I want you all to judge the C3V; because it is highly enlightening on how to run anything fan-made, which is the entire base for this whole site.

I'm going to address a few points in that blog post here, so I recommend you read his post first. It's not necessary, but his thoughts seem to be a lot more organized than mine likely will be, so you will probably get a better picture of things by reading his blog first.

In his post, Xotli details how (some) aspects of the C3V work. It made me realize that the general public really doesn't...
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ARV Maps - September 2017

Posted September 4th, 2017 at 02:09 AM by HS Codex

ARV Contest Review
Wilds of Valhalla
By: BiggaBullfrog

Welcome to the ARV Contest Reviews, one of the three kinds of articles that we ARV Judges are writing. In these articles we will be going over one of our contests to highlight maps, themes found in many maps, and what maps worked and which ones didn’t.

Contest Overview:

The Wilds of Valhalla map contest was the second contest held by the ARV (though it wasn’t known as the ARV yet), and was the contest at the end of which I (BiggaBullfrog) joined as an ARV Judge. The rules were simple: create up to two maps designed for competitive play using the theme of “Wilds of Valhalla.” The rest was up to the map maker, provided they stayed within the allowed amount of terrain. The judges would pick 10 of the submissions to be used in a tournament, as well as set up a
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