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      🔥🔥🔥 The Beast Krypton AVAILABLE NOW 🔥🔥🔥   01/10/2017

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      ALL READ ::: IMPORTANT THE BEAST SERVERS HAVE NOW BEEN UPDATED   01/14/2017

      IMPORTANT THE BEAST SERVERS HAVE NOW BEEN UPDATED Hi Everyone, Well that time has come at last, We have now updated both SERVERS for The Beast Builds also made the registration page a lot clearer for you all as well as written instructions for EASY INSTALL and a FULL REVIEW of any new builds that are added after today. Again this has been created for us all by the team and special thanks goes out to @Tech Timeruuu and @ChrisB. OK we now have 2 servers one in the U.K. and the other one in the USA,  so choose the one closest to your country. ALSO PLEASE NOTE as these are new and still propagating hence you may need to, if one of the sites doesn't work you need to open up your command prompt CMD and type the following ipconfig/flushdns... then all should be fine. SO THE IMPORTANT PART NOW The Beast U.K. servers As always please register here: http://thebeast1.com/ and use the following repo: http://thebeast1.com/repo The Beast US servers As always please register here: http://thebeast2.com/ and use the following repo: http://thebeast2.com/repo Official site: http://streamhelp.org
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