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So I've got a private server running for the Steam game Ark: Survival Evolved. (on PC sorry @pcktlnt)

If you would like to join, just search for Sable Star in the server list. Password is GetontheDino 

It is running the Structures + and homing pigeon mod. Taming speed is permanently at 3x.

 

Only rule is DON'T BE A DICK!

 

There is a Reaper discord chat server if people want to voice chat. 

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