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The Gnomes of Halloween
« on: October 28, 2010, 11:26:33 PM »
Tomorrow: The Gnomes of Halloween

So tomorrow I'm running a Gnomemurdered playtest. Those who participate will get to be among the first to discover the awesome 2nd edition of this game.
I'm doing it, of course, in honour of Halloween, a good time of year for good-natured scary stories, including about Gnomes.

But of course, there's nothing good-natured about the Gnomes themselves. We should always remember, the Gnomish menace is everpresent and seeking to destroy us at every moment. And on Halloween, they can move freely among us, being mistaken for fat, bearded children.

In case you doubt the evil nature of Gnomes, behold!:


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The Gnomes of Halloween
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