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Collaborative Sandbox Design

I am a participant in the Tenkar’s Landing Crowdsourced Sandbox Setting. It is an interesting concept and it is cool to see all the ideas and how people consult their neighbors to sync up features like rivers and roads and adjust maps to flow with the ideas of others. I picked a swamp hex. In […]

Ring Side Report-RPG Review of Pathfinder Society Scenario #5-22 Scars of the Third Crusade

Product- Pathfinder Society Scenario #5-22 Scars of the Third Crusade


Price-$4 herehttp://paizo.com/products/btpy96i8?Pathfinder-Society-Scenario-5-22-Scars-of-the-Third-Crusade

TL;DR- Great roleplaying, but nothing for the combat heavy characters. 87%


Basics-Murder is afoot! Pathfinder agents have been arrested, and you are sent to determine if they are guilty or not. Can you prove the innocence of your fellow agents while in a town that already doesn't trust the Pathfinders?


Mechanics or Crunch-This one has exactly one or maybe two fights scenes in it, depending on how the players proceed. Most of the time, players are investigating the murders. If you have a combat heavy party, they will just be bored. Also, [...]

Traveller Tuesday Follow-Up: Idyll Speculation

Yesterday's post really struck a chord with some of the GMs in a Traveller discussion group. Here are some of the best comments!

Paul Nunes[Idyll Hands] Would need to be heavy in maintenance bots and a control AI.

Then separate AIs (Ghost in the Shell types) that prowl datanets at high rates.

Probably would have to link to satellites in system that are already aggregating data via their own AIs.

The time delays for light speed transmission would make collecting data [difficult] let alone the lags of a orbital satellite transmitting a ground based [...]

The Best Edition

This past weekend, the old gang decided to get together and play some Dungeons & Dragons. I usually DM and was casting about for ideas of what to run. Halloween is just around the corner, so running something with a horror like theme came to mind.

One of the players had a really bad play experience with Ravenloft back in the 80s. I am not quite sure of the exact story, but he really didn't like the teleporters in the module. So naturally, I said we would be playing Ravenloft.

Except, I started to think about characters and [...]

Hex 18.16, Tenkar's Landing Crowdsource Mapping Project

My modest contribution to the island sandbox...

Welcome to Hex 18.16, The Head of the Ghavor:

download(Done with inimitable colored pencil technology.)

The northern portion of the hex is forested with primeval evergreens, typically monkey-puzzle trees and similar. A Methuselah tree grows in 0502. Centuries older than the remainder of the forest, it towers over the area, allowing surveying of the northern half of the hex for anyone brave enough to climb its gnarled, spiny trunk (and deal with the giant wasp that lives there).

0303/0304/0404/0405/0503/0504: Explorers in the area will be greeted by loose rows [...]

Halloween Countdown, day 10

Yes, for the next 10 days I'm going to count down to Halloween with a set of Vampire: the Masquerade-themed My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic art.

You have my permission to start screaming.... now.

The ways of the Applevanni Clan are chthonic and mysterious, and their reasoning is unknown.

Daily Punch 10-22-14 Boss' Pet feat for Pathfinder

You’re the boss’ favorite and it shows!


Boss’ Pet

You always get the best from the boss.

Benefit:When you make a day job roll for the pathfinder society, you receive the benefits from the next level for your check. If you hit a DC 40 for your check, you instead receive 200 gp.




Sabus (Druas Marine) and Tarkus Zull (Atlantean Alchemist) hop on their ostriches and follow the rail line downward to beneath Mineous. Seemingly disconnected aspects of the story so far coalesce and converge in this session: true identities of NPCs emerge, why the seaport across the ocean at Cyrago was overtaken by rebels, an explanation for the anomalous atmospheric phenomena and - most astonishingly - reasons for the Orichalcum heist. Listen in to discover the revealing details.

RPG: Atlantis: The Second Age (Morrigan Press, 2005).
SUPPLEMENTS: The Omni System (Morrigan [...]

Hoard of the Dragon Queen - The Golden Stag

I am writing this about an hour before I leave for the store. I just finished preparing for tonight's session of episode four of Hoard of the Dragon Queen. I decided to toss in an owlbear attack in place of a weird doppelganger encounter involving "buxom" ladies which I don't think is appropriate for my group of young players.

I have amused myself greatly with this owlbear encounter. I am going to foreshadow it the previous day by having the caravan come upon a bear eating honey contentedly. I will have a member of the caravan comment that [...]

Minis for Charity: Part 2 Cowboys

Another group of miniatures for the charity event. This time we move to the Old West for a bunch of cowboys! These guys can be used for a number of conflict, from the Alamo to the Civil War, the French Mexican Adventure, or even as adventurers in distant places such as Africa or China.

And let's not forget the many steampunk or Victoriana adventures you can do with these guys!

These guys make a great start to a gang for Legend of the Old West or similar type of Western skirmish games, one band of Lawmen and perhaps one of [...]

October Horror Movie Challenge - Las Brujas de Zugarramurdi (2013)

Synopsis: Jewel thieves flee into the Basque forests and are captured by a coven of cannibalistic witches.

The Good: This movie has wonderful energy and a sick sense of humor. It also has a nice subversive streak to it. Sure you could look at the misogynistic things said and write the movie off. However, the film makers portray the men of the film as just as responsible for their predicaments. 
The Bad: There's almost no character development in this film. Other than Eva (played by the gorgeous Carolina Bang), the characters are essentially static. Now because of their ordeals, the [...]

Hump-day Hildebrandt: Octhorrorfest # 4

Sorry about the lack of posting again.  I'm hard at work on a blog post for U-con to promote the OSR Track.  So, um, enjoy this ghost and be excellent to eachother!

Reavers on the Seas of Fate -- Season Four, First Session

Welcome to the start of Season Four of our epic Reavers on the Seas of FatePathfinder campaign! We’re exactly three and a half years in. In Season One, “Shadows in Riddleport,” our PCs went to Riddleport, became aspiring pirates, and became embroiled in a cultist plot to destroy the city. In Season Two, “Eros and Thanatos,” they got their own pirate ship and confronted all manner of supernatural menace ofboth Shadow and Cthulhu types. In Season Three, “Et In Arcadia Ego,” they head out to sunken Azlant in the Arcadian Ocean and face off against the elves of the Mordant [...]

5e Musings: Dealing With Incorporeal Undead

Fighting incorporeal undead just sucks. At higher levels, its not as bad due to most characters likely possessing a magical weapon by then. However, at lower levels, its frustrating to be a fighter and be fundamentally useless because that sword your carrying will simply pass through the ghost's intangible form. While 5e does lessen the frustration by only giving the ghost resistance against nonmagical weapons (meaning you'll still deal at least a little damage), I thought it'd be fun to create a different way you can handle these bastards without resorting to magic. 
The idea would require a little more [...]

Run, Don't Walk to Amazon for Deals on Basic Fantasy RPG!

I have no idea how long these prices will be in effect - could be days, hours, minutes.

The BFRPG Core Book for $3.85

BFRPG Adventures for as low as $2.66

All ship free if you have Prime at Amazon.

If you've been waiting to pick these up, NOW is the time.

Dragonlance Redux

On a whim I decided to reread the Dragonlance Chronicles, specifically Dragons of Autumn Twilight after buying the trilogy for less then $5 at a local bookstore. Over the years I've shied away from rereading books I originally read as a preteen or teen, worried that they wouldn't hold up, especially after reading the Game of Thrones at least three times now. But, I have to say I was pleasantly surprised and the read thus far has been fast. While its not the best series ever it wasn't horrible.

As I write this post [...]

50 sHAdes of VORpal ~ The funniest kickstarter ever made

I ran across this one and thought it was a joke but then I saw how it had already made over $1000. You gotta see the stretch goals and you will be laughing so hard that your ribs will crack.This really is one of those time that I think that Kickstarter didn’t even read what they were approving. Funny shit. Many of the stretch goals are impossible to fullfill at the pricing listed and I suspect that backers will get nothing on this one.

Here are a few of the stretch goals:
$912 I run a game for you
$913 I fly out to run a game for you
$915 I drink all your parent’s liquor
$916 I actually run the game for you while sober
$917 Nevermind, forget that idea
$938 I add advanced movement rules
$957 I add super advanced movement rules, like pegasuses
$999 I add gender rules, like how boys can lift more than girls
$1000 I add rules for making sex
$1044 World map added.
$1071 World map added that matches the world of VorpaL
$1101 Join me when I win that EMnies
$1152 Join me on stage when I win it
$1210 You can accept my EMnie for me. I’ll be at the bar.
$1212 Demi-dragons with laser beam eyes!
$1235 Damn. Just looked at prices for drinks.
$1241 New pencils

Tenkar's Wondrous and Whimsical Trinkets and Trifles - Staff of Sneezing & Wheezing

Alright, time to kick off Tenkar's Wondrous and Whimsical Trinkets and Trifles weekly offering. This week, it's going to be reflective of the cold from hell (and the accompanying sinus infection) that I've been gifted with ;)

Staff of Sneezing & Wheezing - First created by the insane wizard Sinusitus, the Staff of Sneezing & Wheezing can be recognized by the nose like protrusion from the head of the staff that constantly drips a yellow like but harmless sap-like fluid.

When the proper command word is uttered by the magic-user holding the staff (often "Ah-Choo!" or "Prrfffttt!") the following effects will happen:

- Within a range of 60', a 10' radius circle will cause all within to save vs. poison for [...]

Flat Plastic Miniatures are the best new thing in tabletop gaming


Every now and then a Kickstarter comes along that is truly useful to gamers and even more useful to gamers that hit the convention circuit. This is one of those times. I cannot begin to count the number of cons I have gone to and wished that I could carry a bunch of figures for a game, but space and weight was too prohibative. Flat Plastic Miniatures fits that problem and will make my future cons, so much more enjoyable. Check it out:

The Flat Plastic Miniature (FPM) is similar to a cardboard pawn or papercraft mini, except that it’s produced on thick transparent plastic. They are artistically pleasing without any white edges and can be used to create a library of miniatures OR supplement the existing miniatures you already have.

The cost to produce a traditional miniature is quite high, and generally only those miniatures that will get a LOT of sales will ever be made. But our product doesn’t have these concerns, and we can create any style or concept for a miniature we can imagine. This allows us to specifically address the “harder to find” items like villagers, bears, wolves, children, treasure chests, spiders, etc. Of course, we’ll be bringing along a slew of classic heroes, monsters and archetypes as well!

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Fall of Otalin

The Fall of Otalin was once a place often visited for rituals and ceremonies by the local people. Now, the surrounding caves are claimed by a Black Dragon and his hoard.

Medusa's Labyrinth

Medusa's Labyrinth is a first person horror game with Oculus rift set in ancient Greece. The games primary focus is to convey the feeling of dread and anticipation to the player. This setting has been created to reflect the themes of the Greek tragedies and the more you learn the less you want to know. The player will have to crawl through narrow catacombs filled with bones of the dead, sneak past horrible creatures spawned from the deepest pits of Hades itself and unveil the horrible truth about what has happened on Temple Island.

The Oculus Riftwill bring this game to a whole new level of immersion with features tailor-made for the technology. Peak around corners, look behind you while running from your fears or guide your arrows on their way to find their mark. The technology has been part of the design process from day one, although the game will be a great experience both with and without the Oculus Rift.

$50,000 prize for winner of Halo Competition

ESL, the world's largest independent esports brand, is set to host a US$50,000 Halo: The Master Chief Collection competition in their newly built ESL studios in Burbank, California. The Master Chief Collection Launch Invitational will see 32 of the best Halo players battle it out from November 8-9, ahead of the game's release on November 11th.

Timo Karamustafa, Product Manager Pro Gaming ESL, said, “We are thrilled to host the Halo: The Master Chief Collection Launch Invitational at the ESL Burbank studios in collaboration with 343 Industries and Twitch TV. We are kicking off the launch for the most anticipated shooter in 2014 and continuing to support Halo esports with the best players and a kick-ass show! $50,000 on the line is the only way for us to do it right."

Eight competing teams will undergo a double-elimination bracket in a best-of-three series, in the hopes to get to the final and take home US$20,000 in first place winnings. The winners will also be the first to play the all-new Halo 5: Guardians Mulitplayer Beta, yet to be released to the public. Tonight, over on HaloWaypoint.com, team captains for the competition will be announced. The competition in Burbank will be commentated by Andy ‘Bravo’ Dudynsky and Alex ‘Goldenboy’ Mendez, and will be streamed live over Twitch.

Andy ‘Bravo’ Dudynsky, Community Manager at 343 Industries: “We are excited to continue in partnering with ESL and Twitch TV for the launch of Halo: The Master Chief Collection. The Launch Invitational tournament will feature 32 of the biggest names in eSports, $50k in prizing, and a full weekend of Halo eSports. I can't wait to commentate the matches, and I'm excited see who will take home first place."

More Halo action is scheduled for November 10 in the Avalon Theatre (Los Angeles), with some first-look footage of [...]

October Horror Movie Challenge: The Monster Squad (1987)

Directed by Fred Dekker and co-written by Shane Black, The Monster Squad is a horror comedy film that acts as a humorous love letter to the Universal monster movies. Sean Crenshaw and his best friend Patrick are monster movie fanatics. Along with their portly friend Horace, junior high bad boy Rudy, Sean's little sister Phoebe, and little Eugene they come together in Sean's treehouse and talk about monsters. 
But when Dracula, Frankenstein, The Wolf Man, The Creature From the Black Lagoon, and The Mummy come to their small town to retrieve a mystical amulet that will allow them to take [...]

Lizard Volk!

JB over at B/X Blackrazor had some thoughts on lizards (he doesn't like them) and Lizardmen (which he likes).  But he was musing on the change in terminology from Lizardmen to Lizardfolk and gave his opinion that Lizardflok evoked them as a culture rather than a race.  Softening the edges you could say.  But then the thought popped into my head the Lizard Volk!  As in 'ein volk, ein reich, ein fuerher!'

Think about it, great big lizard man stormtroopers kicking your door down.   I wonder if  Achtung Cthulhu! has them in it?  The concept also reminded me [...]

A Grand Day Out At The British Museum

Hark and I went to the British Museum earlier this week. Here are some things I saw; they are all things in which I am aesthetically or culturally interested, and many of them are also things which I see as plunder or booty to be used as influences upon gaming, some less directly than others. […]

Short Film: A Tale of Momentum and Inertia

An old friend

I drew this sometime in the mid-90's.Today, I am going to talk about someone who is near and dear to me. And in so doing, I am going to do that thing that all D&D geeks do, but that we all hate when others do it. I'm going to talk about my favorite character. (If you're not interested, get out now. I will completely understand.)
In the beginning...
Sometime around 1985-86, my friend, his sister, and I decided to start a D&D campaign using the Expert Set. In looking back, I had thought that the Expert rules had introduced the [...]



No. Enc.: 1d6 (3d6)
Alignment: Neutral
Movement: 60' (20')
     In Web: 160' (120')
     In Shadow: 120' (90')
Armor Class: 6/13
Hit Dice: 5+
Attacks: 1d2 Stabbing-Claws+Bite
Damage: 1d6 per claw
       3d4+Poison (Bite)
Save: T5
Morale: 8
     (11 if Handler is present)

Special: Varn-Spiders can climb shadows as though they were webs at slightly decreased speed. 

Electrical/Galvanic attacks heal damage similar to Flesh Golems.

Upon reaching zero hit-points Varn-Spiders rise as undead husks (equal to zombies) within 1d4 hours, unless completely dismembered.

If destroyed [...]

Turlock's Challenge

His fear wasn't just his life or Turlock would have visited the Vial and Flask well before the "Jacket Party".  The risk wasn't just the curse or even discovery and exposure.  No the greatest risk was being returned to the Jailer's waters where he would awaken again in the deepest ocean trenches, stuck, not swimming, the slow torture of time.  He would be forced to wait until the new form was freed from the greater depths and he could once again escape, or he would experience his new form perish, only to begin the nightmare anew.  Turlock knew that if he didn't attempt to sway these surface folk they would soon discover why the city they called Stormhaven had been abandoned.   Turlock entered, offering a silent prayer to Dakuwaqa to keep his curse from ruining both his and their chances. 

Thought of the Day -- Canonicity in Gaming

My general approach to handling “canon” when it comes to using fictional settings in an RPG generally follows the “World War II Doctrine”: Gaming in an established, fictional setting is no different than playing a game that’s set during World War II.

With that being said, there’s a broad spectrum of ways in which you can set a game in World War II at the gaming table:

A) The events of World War II as they happened historically can’t be changed, but primarily exist as a backdrop. You’ll hear about the events of the war, but you’ll never actually meet Hitler or [...]

Zarono's Sorcerer of Torth

I'm privileged to know many creative individuals.  Working with and alongside great artists is definitely a perk of the job.

I was especially pleased to see Zarono incorporate my likeness into a piece for Revelry in Torth.  Here's a teaser from the adventure coming out this winter...

Akzath Ithraed was one of the original seven sorcerers who bathed Torth in nuclear fire.  He sleeps the fitful slumber that is a sorcerer's death, entombed but not forgotten.


Review -- Halloween Horrors

Halloween Horrorsprovides six supernatural foes suitable for modern superhero games, though they could easily be adjusted to find modern horror games as well. A good source of inspiration for horror-based adventures, nothing too deep here but the horrors are easy to use and should spark an adventure when you need one.

Halloween Horrors is a selection of six horror enemies for the Supers! RPG. Each monster entry is framed by an entry from the journal of Xavier Stone, Occultist, and his planned confrontation with each creature which is a good conceit (and Xavier gets statted out in the back).

Each horror gets [...]

New Magic Item -- Ghost-Maker

“This town looks familiar . . .” the old warrior looked about suspiciously.

“It has changed hands recently,” the squire said, “my Lord took it in glorious battle. That is why it is called Karlsburg now, after Sir Karl who lead the final assault.”

“What was it called before?” the warrior’s hand dropped to the hilt of the worn sword.

“Does it matter? I think it was Ostbridge.”

“No, not Ostbridge,” wailed the old warrior in terror and took off running.

The warrior was never seen again, but the sword was found in a circle of blood at the edge of town, near to where [...]

Superhero RPG Appendix N Challenge

So, Barking Alien has challenged us Superhero RPG GMs to:

[L]istbetween 5 and 10Superhero comic books, and5 to 10 Superhero live action or animated shows or films, that typify your style of Superhero RPG campaign.

Minimum is 5. Maximum is 10. This means you have to really think about the ones thatbest embody the type of Supers gaming you prefer. Who’s up for the challenge?

So, let me give it a shot.


Astro City, Busiak’s love of comics and appreciation of the craziness of the genre is evident across this entire series. Very inspirational.

The Doom Patrol, especially Grant Morrison’s run, I love the hardluck [...]

Delving Deeper Week, Day Six: The Actual Review of the Delving Deeper Rules Compendium

A few weeks ago (well, maybe a month by now), +Simon Bull asked if I would review Immersive Ink's new Delving Deeper Rules Compendium. He would even provide me with review copies. Before I agreed, I let him know that, despite all of that stuff, I wanted my review to be thorough and that it would be based on the actual content of the book, not my preexisting predisposition in favor of the Delving Deeper rule set. Simon said he would expect any less and we got to chatting, with the end result being what you've read so far from Delving Deeper [...]

Sean K Reynolds' Five Moons RPG passes Kickstarter goal

Veteran RPG designer Sean K Reynold’s latest project, Five Moon RPGs, has passed the $25,000 target on Kickstarter with a week still to go.

[Back this Campaign]

Backers at just the $7 mark get access to the PDF Player Bundle and those at the $14 mark get the Corebook PDF. The print edition of the Player’s Guide opens at $25.

Reynolds has worked for both Wizards of the Coast and Paizo. He knows the scene. The Five Moons RPG promises to be easy to learn and fun to learn, have less dependance on gear and balance between the classes.

The Five Moons Corebook is [...]

GM Tips - 5 Tips for Investigative Scenarios (video)

5 Tips for Investigative Scenarios

The Abominable Dr. Phibes- How Not to Use a Pattern

Another campy movie. Sometimes one has to ask himself (or herself) why camp goes so well with the horror genre. But this is a topic for another day (and maybe even for another blog). The Abominable Dr. Phibes is campy enough for its characters to remark about the stupidity of the characters' names. But, unlike with other works of film and television, here it doesn't help the movie to look any better, too bad for this movie...To put it shortly, the movie chronicles the revenge that a famous and now supposed to be dead organist on a series of surgeons [...]

Weird Wednesday (Macabre Manses): Fomalhaut the Nebulous

Once the PCs have entered the Macabre Manse they automatically begin to feel uneasy amongst their surroundings. Peering outside the mansion confirms their suspicions that something is awry, but curiosity here is likely to get someone killed. The home plane of Fomalhaut is encompassed only by his chaotic form---solid ground does not exist within the […]

The post Weird Wednesday (Macabre Manses): Fomalhaut the Nebulous appeared first on Adventureaweek.com.

Gategully Episode 45

Unboxing Video: Mercs Conflict

My brother’s brand new dice building game, Mercs Conflict, is going to be released soon! We decided to sit down and do an unboxing so you can see just what’s inside the box! Keep an eye open. I’ll be doing a review soon, with a giveaway of the game!

Review -- Halloween Horrors

Halloween Horrorsprovides six supernatural foes suitable for modern superhero games, though they could easily be adjusted to find modern horror games as well. A good source of inspiration for horror-based adventures, nothing too deep here but the horrors are easy to use and should spark an adventure when you need one.

Halloween Horrors is a selection of six horror enemies for the Supers! RPG. Each monster entry is framed by an entry from the journal of Xavier Stone, Occultist, and his planned confrontation with each creature which is a good conceit (and Xavier gets statted out in the back).

Each horror gets [...]


When I first started playing games like Dungeons and Dragons the places we explored were rather static. Monsters tended to linger in specific rooms, NPCs would wait around all day in their studies or bedchambers just waiting for a PC or two to show up. Of course we didn't really notice this at all at the time. I first became aware of the issue of the static NPC when I read the module Feast of Goblyns, which advocated treating NPCs as living characters who move of their own volition and can adapt to events as the adventure unfolds. This idea [...]

Trick-or-Treat: The Ghoul

Whelp, The Pirate has come and gone, but The Ghoul is hot on her heels in our Trick-or-Treat sale!

It is largely based on the ghoul from Arabic mythology, with a dash of Dungeons & Dragons and Left 4 Dead (namely the hunter and boomer special infected): you can assume the appearance of someone that you kill, transform into a scavenging animal, deal bonus damage to living creatures (lots of bonus damage), slink away into the darkness, notice things hiding, and more.

All told there are twenty-three advanced moves to choose from.

It's main shtick are the Hunger and Frenzy [...]

Art -- The Leaf

10 Quick Horror Hooks

Happy Halloween

I figured it’s been a long time since I’ve wrote anything here just for fun, and since Halloween is my favorite time of year I figured I’d lay down some quick hooks for your seasonal games. Whether you’re planning a one-shot or going to weave some horror into your pre-existing campaign, please enjoy rolling a d10 on the following table for some inspiration!

d10 Horror Plot Hooks
  1. A child in a nearby settlementis said to be possessed, upon investigation it becomes apparent that everyonebutthe child has been overtaken.
  2. The sentriesof a nearby estate have become sentient and have begun murdering and experimenting [...]

Whispers from the Abyss, H.P. Lovecraft inspired collection

On the subway, during lunch, or even under the fluorescent glow of your cubical there is no escape! Now your slow descent into madness can follow you through the day, as well as the night.

The WHISPERS FROM THE ABYSS ANTHOLOGY is the first ever H.P. Lovecraft inspired collection created specifically for readers on the go.

All 33 spine-chilling tales are concentrated bites of terror which include works by Greg Stolze (Delta Green), Nick Mamatas (Shotguns v. Cthulhu), Tim Pratt (Marla Mason), Dennis Detwiller (Delta Green), Greg Van Eekhout (The Boy at the End of the World), A.C. Wise (Future Lovecraft), David [...]

Dry Wipe Notebook

So there were a few things I was looking for when at Gen Con that I didn't buy largely because I actually didn't find precisely what I wanted. Amongst that list was something I only realised I wanted after playing in the Atomic Robo. Mike was using what is called a WipeBook - essentially it's a dry-erasable pad. So after asking Mike where he got it from I looked for it at Gen Con but it wasn't

Hating on Lizards

Fast Paraguayan Fun Fact: All over Asuncion, there are these little yellow lizards that are all about getting into your home and scaring the beJesus out of you in the middle of the night by showing up on walls and counters and such. Some are tiny...barely over an inch...though I've seen some as long as eight or nine inches (these you bat with brooms). They're a damn plague is what they are; not as bad as the cucarachas, but...ANYway, the funny thing is, they're not native to the country, or even to the continent. Some years ago, a person brought [...]
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