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Dragonball: The Forsaken Future
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Arbin & Kalthizar Arbin 759 1.44 MB Jun 6, 2009 Sep 1, 2010

This is just the SRC folder from the Actual Codebase copied over the one from the DBSC Codebase, I've included a list of things to do to get it working. But anyone who wants to Shape this mud from My Vision, mostly Kal's now, since I dropped out of the loop, here is your chance.

This is the Official Leak!!!!

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User Comments For: Dragonball: The Forsaken Future
By: Arbin
I don't know why its not working but it is also available on Mudbytes here.


By: Samson
I updated this package after discovering it had 35MB worth of compiled object files. A 1.4MB archive beats a 40+MB archive any day.

By: Arbin
wow i just realized i should have added the system folder in this back in the day... my bad.. ranks.c was rewritten to use a .xml file which clearly isn't included and as soon as i find an old copy of this codebase lying around somewheres I will upload a full version of the code.. I think I was being stupid 7 years ago.. lol

By: Arbin
Oh and I know this is a little bit late but thank you Samson for cleaning up those object files, I should have done that as well.