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    I'm stepping down and retiring (after 20 years)

    After 20 years, I feel it is time to move on from Zelda Classic. I want to pursue my own projects and don't want to be any conflict of interest with the team while doing this. I will still remain around as a user, LP'er (especially my stuff), speedrun evaluator, and an advisor.

    I think it's time to do something else with my life. Hopefully it will be productive.

    Thank you to ZoriaRPG for all the kind advice; Chris Mille, 4matsy, Tim, and the rest of Team 1 for the brutal work on 2.53 getting everything to work, and Phantom Menace, War Lord, and Gleeok for their previous development and the chance to do this.

    Appreciate this very much, c-ya around.

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    I wish you luck with making GangRaping Women: Rebuilt outside of ZC; perhaps you could even make a speedrun category on speedruns.org for it and be the sole runner of it?

    In any case, I'm sure someone here will miss you.

    SAD!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmare View Post
    After 20 years, I feel it is time to move on from Zelda Classic. I want to pursue my own projects and don't want to be any conflict of interest with the team while doing this. I will still remain around as a user, LP'er (especially my stuff), speedrun evaluator, and an advisor.

    I think it's time to do something else with my life. Hopefully it will be productive.

    Thank you to ZoriaRPG for all the kind advice; Chris Mille, 4matsy, Tim, and the rest of Team 1 for the brutal work on 2.53 getting everything to work, and Phantom Menace, War Lord, and Gleeok for their previous development and the chance to do this.

    Appreciate this very much, c-ya around.
    Good luck, and best wishes on your project.

    Don't be a stranger.

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