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Who is in what game for April Rotation

The One Ring GM: Andy  Andrew W  Graham W Jo F Kat  Will L Traveller  GM: Richard T  Callum   Chris J  Freddie M Helen H Neil  Hard to be the Bard  GM: Mark  David H Lucas M Matt  Richard C  William P  Star Trek Adventures  GM: Liam  Daniel  George  Jon Kasama  Mareen  Simon Hibbs  Star Wars Edge of the Empire  GM: Shaun  Benjamin C Em  Jason  Saif

Vote for your game for April Rotation

 Please vote here for your game for April Rotation

https://forms.gle/3s7f362JcXhKt4yD7

Trying a slightly different format on voting, this time you can vote for your first, second and third choices. You can also leave a comment on if you wish to be added to other games.

The formula will then try to add you to your first choice where possible, if not then second, if not then third.

The Key is to make sure all tables are balanced out and you still get a game you chose.


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