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Message no. 1
From: "Jason Carter, Nightstalker" <CARTER@***.EDU>
Subject: Playing Dwarfs
Date: Mon, 13 Dec 1993 18:40:23 -0800
>>Hey guess what!!!
>> Next semester one of my players will be playing a DWARF!!!!!
>>Just thought that this was important to the people who say dwarves are never
>>played. You can add one to the tally.

Believe it or not Dan, but Ed just played a Dwarf in a (three session) one-shot.
He was called Chip because he had a "chip" on his shoulder.

It was quite fun to see his reaction when we found out we were fighting
Alamos 10000.

See Ya in Shadows, "Keep your friends close, but keep your enemies closer."
Jason J Carter -- Deep Throat, The X-Files
The Nightstalker Carter@***.EDU
Message no. 2
From: The Deb Decker <RJR96326@****.UTULSA.EDU>
Subject: Re: Playing Dwarfs
Date: Tue, 14 Dec 1993 00:18:21 -0600
>It was quite fun to see his reaction when we found out we were fighting
>Alamos 10000.

Hey, I hear they're only half as good as Alamos 20,000 :)

Oh, I get it!!! Alamos 10,000, they oly hate Dwarves who are half human size
(hence half the number in the collective moniker).

J Roberson
Message no. 3
From: Nightfox <DJWA@******.UCC.NAU.EDU>
Subject: Re: Playing Dwarfs
Date: Tue, 14 Dec 1993 15:07:01 -0700
You know some time I'm going to have to come up a visit everybody up in Seattle.

Can't wait to see how Brian (the player) does with his dwarf.
(a 30 year old mercenary).

And if all else fails - bite their kneecaps off!!!!!

Daniel Waisley + SCA - March of Ered Sul - Flagstaff AZ
DJWA@******.UCC.NAU.EDU + Nau fencing club.
"Nightfox" + Brotherhood of the Cryptic Demesne -household
GE - d+(-) -p+@ c++(++++) !L u(--) e+(*) m+ s+/ !n+(-) h* f+ g+ w+++ t+ r+ y+
"infinity = zero" - Daniel Waisley "Nightfox"

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