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  • Mr.Blaze: hey
    Today at 09:54:02 PM
  • [JBG3]H3R0: hii
    Today at 09:34:28 PM
  • [OBR]Drakath: Good night pals ;3
    Today at 08:40:31 PM
  • YourNightmare: xd
    Today at 07:16:23 PM
  • Waka: what for lol?
    Today at 05:59:12 PM
  • Stefan_Ryder: We really need a teamspeak server :(
    Today at 04:55:31 PM
  • pboys2145: GE
    Today at 04:51:36 PM
  • Puchas: Good evening.
    Today at 04:48:41 PM
  • pboys2145: everywhere is Google who are those 100 percent sure they are BOTS
    Today at 04:45:28 PM
  • pboys2145: forum is attacked by BOTS
    Today at 04:45:10 PM
  • Nikola_Milovanovich: i want to join a clan
    Today at 03:07:05 PM
  • Nikola_Milovanovich: hi
    Today at 03:06:59 PM
  • [OBR]Drakath: sup ;3
    Today at 02:41:04 PM
  • pboys2145: lol Dabest
    Today at 02:30:24 PM
  • pboys2145: sup
    Today at 02:29:07 PM
  • Puchas: Good evening lads.
    Today at 02:11:01 PM
  • prabhat: Monster ur signature says that u need publicity lmao
    Today at 01:51:44 PM
  • prabhat: Dafaq I lost my tent
    Today at 01:49:15 PM
  • Aeie012: Does it work ? :3
    Today at 12:47:07 PM
  • [OBR]DeathWish: Thanks :v i hope it work now
    Today at 12:36:02 PM

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