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First and foremost, anything that interferes with this is a problem; 2. If they are breaking rules, they will be removed from the channel; 4.
The secondary purpose of #hisouten is to serve as a community for hisouten players and fans. A kick should be used anytime a channel member does something out of hand, breaks a minor rule, or needs to be told "Stop." In cases of disputes between 2 members, kick both and ask them to take it to PM. Off-topic chat is okay in #hisouten, but if the chat becomes lengthy, please take it to #hisouden; 5. You can get the game as HDD version (login required. If you get an error when starting up the game, you need to get the latest version of Direct X; 3.
The blue, green, and red dots on the servers represent the groups they carry.
Arrows between servers indicate newsgroup group exchanges (feeds).
Members should not be kicked for "being annoying" or simply because you don't like them; 2. Mark spoilers for anime/game that have been aired/released for over a year with "SPOILER" tag. If you use the HDD version and have SWR installed, do NOT extract it into SWR folder. This pack comprises of the setup files of the full game, patch 1.02 and
The experiment had a peak probably in 2013 around the 3 year mark and expanded into making a wiki that covered memes from an anarchist troll's perspective.
And there's always e for other stuff, like out of print zines, videos and DVDs, etc. | In Memoriam | KF: TLC Links | | Chris Potter Links | David Carradine Links | Kim Chan Links | Robert Lansing Links | | Scott Wentworth Links | David Hewlett Links | | Other Cast Links | Discussion Forums | | Other Links of Interest | Youtube and Other Download Links |The Honeybat - Maria Wiberg hosts several smaller KF: TLC sites, with Fu gathering reports, photos, fan fiction, audio from radio interviews, video clips, and more. Lisa Lovewell's Kung Fu: The Legend Continues page - "Where East meets West in the best TV series ever" is a lovely site, well worth repeat visits.
Maria's own site is Maria's Corner, plus she has The Sanctuary photo archive (Chris Potter, Scott Wentworth, David Carradine, and other actors), as well as hosting sub-sites for other fen (see the fanfic listing). The Kwoon is a really nice, comprehensive KF: TLC site featuring episode guide, details on cast and crew, videos, on-set reports, fanfic, and more. Just make sure you have the sound turned down on your PC when you visit, since there appear to be sound files associated with each page - and I have to say, I really like her taste in music!
Unfortunately, an awful lot of KF: TLC links that people have on their web sites are no longer valid - Geocities, Xoom, AOL, and other free web space providers have disappeared, and academic hosts where the web site owner has long since graduated have purged old sites.
It's a great shame, since a lot of wonderful stuff has simply slipped away.