Hello everyone, I’ve been working on my 2nd update for this upcoming 2014-2015 winter and Im further along than I thought I would be so I will be releasing my 2nd update in the 1st week of August instead of Mid-August. So expect to see it in the August 1st-August 8th range. Have a good night everyone.
My winter update will be on 7/30/10!!!
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