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Infiltration Forums > UE Tutorials, Lessons, and Useful Info > A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna(Viewed 45528 times)
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Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 40 on 10/24/2014 5:39 PM >
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I want to be in on the lols. Anyone still have the PDF copy of this??



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Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 41 on 11/3/2014 4:03 AM >
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I second everybody that's been asking for a copy! Any good soul out there?



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Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 42 on 11/3/2014 1:00 PM >
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I tried. I have an old laptop that I'm pretty sure has a copy saved on it.
Unfortunately I plugged it in but it won't fire up. I'll keep looking



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Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 43 on 11/3/2014 4:02 PM >
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353945.jpg (92 kb, 535x692)
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I have a copy. I had to get it to under 100kb so it's not the easiest to read. I have the original PDf but I don't want to host it anywhere as it is not mine to distribute.

edit - tried to get rid of the pop up image. I always use flickr so I cannot remember how. Regardless it works. Enjoy


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Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 44 on 11/3/2014 10:56 PM >
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...And, naturally the image won't display for me.

Crap. Can anyone explain what I'm supposed to be looking at, because it SOUNDS awesome.



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SadRobots   |  | 
Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 45 on 6/3/2015 7:27 AM >
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If we tick them all off, do we get to yell bingo?



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Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 46 on 7/28/2015 12:37 AM >
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If the PDF is still available I would very much appreciate a copy.
Thank you in advance!
-DP



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Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 47 on 1/14/2016 6:38 AM >
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Posted by Cor726
353945.jpg (92 kb, 535x692)
click to view


I have a copy. I had to get it to under 100kb so it's not the easiest to read. I have the original PDf but I don't want to host it anywhere as it is not mine to distribute.

edit - tried to get rid of the pop up image. I always use flickr so I cannot remember how. Regardless it works. Enjoy






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Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 48 on 3/19/2019 6:27 PM >
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I’d also love a copy of the PDF! This would make a great collection to my house decor of curiosities 😂



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