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From: Gurth <gurth@******.NL>
Subject: Killing Glare & Harlequin (possible spoilers, so beware :)
Date: Sat, 18 Mar 1995 12:21:14 +0100
>> Haven't seen harlequin yet, is it like the fixer Keane in a killing glare?

Keane was mysterious enough for my players to give me puzzling looks :) I
made him a free spirit instead of a human using astral projection (hey, that
reminds me, that means I unknowingly let a free spirit summon elementals... :)

>Um, no. If you haven't got ahold of Harlequin yet, then I strongly
>recommend it. It is kind of a legendary SR adventure.

Definitely run it/them if you want an easy-to-run campaign. There is nothing
much complicated about the adventures, just the way it all fits together in
the end is pleasing. Oh, and the widely varying locations you get to see :)

Gurth@******.nl - Gurth@***.nl -
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topic to death, depending on your point of view . . . ) ..." --John
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