Why do you want to be a member of the EpicBattleAxe Community?
I want to be a member because those that join the EpicBattleAxe community are cool. They do not as much attack each other for what another person likes, compared to other gaming websites. Prefer the podcast here than any other podcast.
As a member of EpicBattleAxe.com, what type of content do you plan to share with the community?
I hope to bring some discussion on the video game world to the EBA community with a podcast that me and my friends created. Looking up information and putting it up on EBA.
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