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ars ludi ars ludi Return to the Angry Red Planet Tim C Koppang has a sequel to Mars Colony in Kickstarter right now: Mars Colony 39 Dark. Nope, it’s not just a new improved Mars Colony. It’s Mars Colony from the point-of-view of the rebels. What’s different is that 39 Dark is a look at the colony from the people up instead of from the government down.

gg - You can't spell faggots without us gg - You can't spell faggots without us Dear kind leechers who play PAD, You should totally send me your level 20 friend gifts now that its been reset… :( (Note: I can’t actually send anyone a gift back since I already traded with someone BUT IF YOU HAPPEN TO FEEL LIKE A KIND PERSON THEN I WILL GLADLY TAKE THE GIFT OFF YOUR HANDS.) Edit: My ID is 332891286. I main Ronia. ^o^
AnimeSuki tries to provide a complete and convenient overview of links to all unlicensed English anime fansubs available through the P2P file swarming application BitTorrent. What's new?(Last updated: January 21st, 2012) We have a new Kairin, for the new year, created by Aurora. As usual a larger version, with background, will be available on the forum. AnimeSuki AnimeSuki
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Home IMMIGRATION has fallen after people finally bothered to find out what Britain is actually like. ENGLISH is evolving in the wrong direction thanks to text messaging and social media. IN a landmark legal ruling, Jesus will receive 2.4% of total UK present sales revenue. THE thing where everyone gets their news has promised to find out what a 'Leveson' is. APPRECIATORS of super strength lager's complex flavours feel they are being victimised by the government. Home

Two isn't enough, four is one more than necessary. Two isn't enough, four is one more than necessary. Mac Hall Volume Whatever on Gumroad February 21st, 2014 by Matt The old Mac Hall book has been out of print for a long time, and the only way to get it was paying ridiculous prices on the secondary market.
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The Night Of A Thousand Hours: Wayrest Chapel (In the adventure proper, there's a werewolf or two. In another of my awesome, helpful notes, there is a single two-word line that says Cur's Wort which is a plant Nature checks reveal to be considered protection against the creatures. But this dude is a bad-ass, and one of the ways you can tell is that he doesn't care.) "The church itself is lit within by a combination of torches, red candles, and glowing orbs of unknown manufacture. Lights… Contrition Contrition
I still can't say exactly when, but everything is rolling smoothly so far and we're on target for "Early March". In the meantime, Welcome to the Real World is $5 off! and you can add a discounted Book 1 to that for a total of $10 off! If you don't have these books yet, this is a great time to jump in because I won't be able to ship these books with special edition Book 3s. That means that if you're looking to get an Artist Edition or Extreme Underwater Basket Weaving Edition of Cubicle Warrior, you will not be able to add books 1 and 2 to the same box. Wasted Talent - a webcomic by Angela Melick Wasted Talent - a webcomic by Angela Melick
Miscellaneous Madness > New Zealand As a young island nation in the remote southern hemisphere, the need for self reliance inspired a culture of innovation. Necessity is, after all, the mother of invention. However our ingenuity isn’t confined to farm equipment and sailing vessels. Over the years, our inventive nature has led to increasingly bizarre options for recreation and sport. These adventures trick your mind into an extreme state of fright, but they’re generally completely safe. From rolling down a hillside inside an inflated plastic sphere to taking the plunge attached only by a rope, it’s all just miscellaneous madness. Miscellaneous Madness > New Zealand