Quest for the Abbot's Cheese : facts and fiction


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Post Tue Sep 16, 2014 9:57 pm

Re: Quest for the Abbot's Cheese : facts and fiction

Hi Chaps

I thought that we should leverage Google Docs to store our inventories, spell lists and so on - that way we don't need to keep paging through historical posts to see what we have. In order to facilitate this, I was wondering if you fine chaps could furnish me with an email address that I can send the invite to?

...or other ideas that achieve the same outcome, I suppose. Doesn't have to be Google Docs.
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Post Tue Sep 16, 2014 10:31 pm

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Splendid idea ! I'm tired of digging through posts I admit !
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Post Wed Sep 17, 2014 8:34 am

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Thanks for the link, I've updated my parts with what I know but Grand Master Crooks may see fit to correct a few things.
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Post Mon Sep 22, 2014 10:08 am

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OK, shameless triple post but that's for a good cause : I finally finshed painting Rambulge ! Now I just haveto pull my fingers out and finish Seu !

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Post Mon Sep 22, 2014 1:08 pm

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Hmm, we need to come up with an explanation for all those crosses... maybe it's the official emblem of Teen Town, or maybe his mother used to beat him with the bible :s
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Post Mon Sep 22, 2014 1:15 pm

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Possible explanations :

- Rambulge sings/listens to white metal
- the crosses are actually not crosses but multi-usage tools (like swiss army knifes
- the crosses trophies taken on the bidy of priests who tried to force Rambulge into being a choir boy
- Rambulge doesn't know one bit that crosses are religious symbols
- Rambulge has a long history with Todd, his aunt Tysha's second husband. When Rambulge was 8, he went fishing with his mate Becker (you know, the idiot baker's son) and after they... [insert super long and boring story]... until Todd revealed he was a vampire from the start !!! Rambulge never managed to trust anyone from that day and has been carrying crosses outside and garlic in his pockets from this incident...
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Post Wed Jan 14, 2015 12:45 pm

Re: Quest for the Abbot's Cheese : facts and fiction

I would have said 'bulgey only has those crosses cause of all those Black Sabbath albums he absorbed as a kid, but after careful consideration he wears those crosses because of Todd, his Aunt Tysha's second hubbie :lol:
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Post Tue Aug 11, 2015 10:20 am

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Ever dreamt of seeing Seu (what happened to his glasses), Bari and Bufo all in one place ? I can give you that ;)

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