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Not physically, more psychically. Because I improve the most time, so after a session I be mentally total exhausted. Searching for a heartsize ruby in the chest of an undead wizard, who's haunting in his abandon crypt. In bigger groups mostly. I have no goblins in my settings. Only mad dwarves or undead pygmies.

Asian, arabian and aztec architecture. When the ex-girlfriend of my buddy played a male half-vampire bard and he had problems with her sexchange. So he want permanently fuck "him". That was great. Geoffrey McGinneys Carcosa. Because it come via mail yesterday. So I had to look in it. Mostly with private psychoterror or the death of an beloved NSC. If ever CoC's "The Asylum". An abandoned asylum, an old industrial manufacture, a Giger Bar or an oriental harem.

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People who approach it get crushed by an invisible force. Sit quietly and think about my next move. I don't have a "go-to" snack, but I like pretzels since they aren't greasy. A bit. I mostly find it mentally tiring in a very pleasing, stimulating way. A character of mine once reforged a magic sword in a nuclear reactor-thing in a kobold fortress.

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