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How to Join Our ACW Tuatha’an Camp


You are welcome to our fires. Do you know the song?


Have you decided to follow the Way of the Leaf?

Come on in, paint yourself up a wagon, and make yourself at home!

Take a seat at our campfire and tell us a little bit about yourself in this thread.

Please post the following information in this thread if you wish to join us and someone will be along shortly to set you up a thread on our Campfire board so you can start rising through the ranks of our Tinker Band as you showcase your works in our Wagon boards.


Your DM Name and any nicknames you prefer:

Your Wagon Interests - Art & Crafts, Writing, Hobbies (get specific if you like):

Your other interests/notable acheivements/things you want us to know about you:

Questions for us:

Your Email (Optional):

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