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Tell Me About Your Character: Perrin Rynning
Posted by WJWalton on Fri 02 of Dec., 2011 04:46 PST
The new Tell Me About Your Character interview - the first one I have posted in over a year - is up! This time, Perrin Rynning from the San Francisco bay area tells us about himself. Read the interview here.

This is the second interview I've received recently, and I discovered another in the vault that was never posted, so I'll have new interviews for the next couple of weeks. I'm glad to see a new interest in this series - if you'd like to see it continue, submit your own interview, or if you already have, spread the word!

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