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Topics - Thorn Drumheller

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I really wonder what the purpose behind a thread like this is:
https://www.enworld.org/threads/running-list-of-potential-problematic-issues-in-tsr-era-dnd.678461/
I'm not sure other than pc wokeness

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During my slow time today at work I'm reading The Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath (excellent as always, but a bit difficult to follow sometimes). I come across the reference to Leng so I open up Wikipedia to read more about it. A bit of work then comes across my desk so I minimize my browser to work on it. I'm asked to edit a signature in a word doc. Find out it wouldn't work what they asked. I then notice the last name of the sig..... The name is Leung.

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