Ninja Days

Tell me, do you remember those?


    Marik Swift
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    Post by Marik Swift on Fri Jan 22, 2016 1:06 am

    On Ninja Days we had sought to encourage member-to-member support and to encourage members' imagination. We wanted to create an environment where member's support each other and where member's feel like always giving it their best.

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