Actually I don't see this group confined to my little character group collections. In fact, any character related discussions are fine.
If other users provide their own "character group", I am of course more than happy, but if you want to pursue other approaches to the characters (e.g. other types of groupings, a more one-character in-depth approach, etyhmology driven etc.) you are warmly invited to add them here.
Join the group - and let's jointly turn this into the mad character learning container.
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