So I know what you're thinking - Ramza, you monster, you've deleted half the board! Not so. Well, not yet, anyway. You see, while Xenforo is extremely nice from the perspective of sorting previously disparate sections of the boards together, it also has a finicky quirk - a particularly widespread bit of data finagling can wipe out prefixes. This would be disastrous in the event of a full RPF merger... so we didn't. Instead, the merging process has been streamlined. Threads with content from any time after December 31, 2009 are placed here, in the Role Playing Forum. The older threads have been sorted into an archive, which includes redirects to threads that were previously located in the respective boards. These archives, then, are snapshots of a pre-move RPF. And in the event we lose all our prefixes, we only have to manually re-tag about 8 pages of content, or 160 threads, as opposed to literally hundreds. "But" - you may be wondering - "having to navigate to a subcategory is a chore. Surely there's a faster way to do this?" Indeed there is. Located at the top of the board are multiple prefixes for quick-sorting purposes. But they also include two prefixes you won't see here in the Role Playing Forum: SWRPF Archive and NSWRPF Archive. By clicking these buttons, you are automatically taken to the relevant pre-2010 content for the selected boards - no need to navigate out of the RPF at all! Similarly, links at the top of those boards (Excluding the Archive links) will take you back to here - you need never visit the landing unless you're headed to the RPR! ... For now. With regards to the RPR, a similar mechanism has been implemented. The relevant button is RPR Archive.