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* [[Project:Assumed knowledge of Japanese|Assumed knowledge of Japanese]] &mdash; a rough guide of what you're expected to know for Japanese games.
 
* [[Project:Assumed knowledge of Japanese|Assumed knowledge of Japanese]] &mdash; a rough guide of what you're expected to know for Japanese games.
 
* [[Project:To-do list|To-do list]] &mdash; bugs, proposed features...
 
* [[Project:To-do list|To-do list]] &mdash; bugs, proposed features...
* [[Project:TBL files|TBL files]] &mdash; what they are, how to make them, how to use 'em.
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* [[Project:TBL files]] &mdash; what they are, how to make them, how to use 'em.
  
 
Since we're still in the early stages, there isn't much else here, but we can offer this advice:
 
Since we're still in the early stages, there isn't much else here, but we can offer this advice:

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