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I'm sure this is probably going to sound weird but I am actually him. In the 3ish years since I last edited I've gotten back deep into Halo lore and have gotten the itch to create again. In that time I managed to lose my password so logically I went to reset it only to find I have no clue what email I originally used to sign up because I was not receiving the reset email. --Troud38 (talk) 16:04, July 6, 2020 (UTC)
Awesome, I greatly appreciate that and I'm glad to be back. I have lots of ideas that I hope to put in writing here real soon! --Troud38 (talk) 23:20, July 6, 2020 (UTC)