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Thread: April Entry: Tender Thighs, The Captain Lies

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    Threw this together mostly as a warm-up using a corner of my 'Think Big' map(which will probably be replaced with something else in the final version).

    Just getting back in the swing of things. The writing isn't even close to final.

    - Devin
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    Wow, thats kind of scary...very nice map work too! Looks good!
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    That was one hell of a mad cartographer. Mapping collapse, maybe? ;-)

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    heh.. maybe HP Lovecraft meets Cutthroat Island ... or something of the sort...
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    I love it Venardhi. Mystery, Madness, Intrigue, Obsession and hidden loot thrown in. Its even better than the Zimbabwean elections.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Torq View Post
    Its even better than the Zimbabwean elections.
    Or the American Presidential stuff, even though that's hard to beat, I think. Vernadhi, you most definitely score in the category "fastest finished mapping-challenge map".

    Or, are you still going to change things? It looks pretty finished to me, it does. ;-)

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    It'll go through some revision, specifically on the coast, the 'weathering' and the handwriting. I want to put in more of a 'puzzle' aspect to it. As if he were halfway through solving it when he lost it/died/got ate/whatever.

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