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Read RPGs in public - from right to left!
Posted by WJWalton on Thu 08 of Dec., 2011 06:51 PST
I always geek out when I find people discussing my website in other languages. It's always rewarding to see the ideas and projects presented here transcending the language barrier and spreading to other cultures around the world.

Over the years I've seen the site mentioned in blog and forum posts in French, German, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish, but I think this may be a first: a gamer spreading the word about Read an RPG Book In Public Week in Hebrew!

(EDIT: I spoke too soon! Here's another that may be a first - someone sharing links to the 5 Ws of RPGs page, FAQ, and Why RPGs are Good For You video, in Thai!)



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