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Crossposted to found_objects [Oct. 18th, 2003|11:41 pm]
The American Caliban
From our "How the.. why.." files, this assemblage found out back at D's.


[User Picture]From: nickjb
2003-10-19 12:01 am (UTC)
vizor guy's worldly posessions?
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[User Picture]From: torgo_x
2003-10-19 01:47 am (UTC)


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[User Picture]From: odradak
2003-10-19 09:10 am (UTC)
My first impression is that the owner of these items wanted to produce a very small bonfire with the newspaper and oily rag (or is it just dirty? Probably just dirt, fneh) contained in the pot.
I would be curious if there is anything at hidden at the bottom of the pot, something that should be destroyed.
I would then climb into the house through the window in the kitchen, pick up the bag of chilis, get the old rope from the attic avoiding the gru, go back downstairs, forget the trophy case and the old sword (it is after all quite useless) move the rug to expose the trap door and enter the dungeon.
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[User Picture]From: leolo
2003-10-19 10:31 am (UTC)

eat the path

Cross over the cell bars, find a new maze, make the maze from its path, find the cell bars, cross over the bars, find a maze, make the maze from its path, eat the food, eat the path.
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[User Picture]From: fimmtiu
2003-10-19 10:37 am (UTC)
Incorrect! The sword is quite useful against the troll; it makes a better weapon against it than the nasty knife. Plus you get the cool "glowing blue" warning effect. However, always bring both the sword and the knife, in case you run into the thief.
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[User Picture]From: rye
2003-10-19 09:30 am (UTC)
im friending you solely based on the fact you have a leisuretown icon.
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From: burningskyz
2003-10-19 10:51 am (UTC)
sock soup? or sock souffle?
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