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All of our users will likely have seen the "Our picks" display at the top of the forums page.

 

These are a selection of excellent reports hand picked by our staff for special praise.

 

But do you know where the whole lot are stored?

 

Underneath the logo you will see various tabs, "Our picks" is one of them.

 

Only 1 or 2 pictures are inluded with these reports, so be sure to check them out and join in with the comments. :)

 

http://www.oblivionstate.com/forum/ourpicks/

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