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Andrew Fearnside
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I provide collaborative, creative psychotherapy supporting work through addictions, mood disorders, grief, chronic illness and personality disorders.
I provide collaborative, creative psychotherapy supporting work through addictions, mood disorders, grief, chronic illness and personality disorders.

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The Hut that Was--a video clip of what the Lamentation Hut was like at the O! Relentless Death opening, 03/2018.
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The Electric Desert @tortugagallery 8/11... disco life in the high desert!
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Thanks for developing these rules! As an old-school gamer who's been tinkering with homebrew rules since 1980, I appreciate the tuning of the rule set you've created. I'm looking forward to using them with my friends here in Albuquerque, NM.

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Thank you to the author of this feast of knowledge and insight! I can't get enough of this material. 
Luther, Cranach, and Christmas Trees
Luther, Cranach, and Christmas Trees
pre-gebelin.blogspot.com
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I received my Guide last week. I have to share with you all--WHOA. This is beyond major. This is historic. The sheer size--weight!--of the project is boggling. Thank you, Moon Design, for your insanity. May you grow crazier by the day. 

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Copper Axehead, 2013
Made of cardboard, papier mache, plaster and paint.
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Hello all! Thanks for the invite. Phil just showed me his book this past weekend, so I'm sure it'll take me a bit to get up to speed. Looking forward to it.

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Scotland, circa... ?
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I am in love with this game. I love that it's a rich and deep as 1st ed was; I love its design, which is both homage and improvement; I love the art, and the clear focus on a fantasy based in medieval Europe. I feel at home in the game, having spent years with AD&D back in the day. I appreciate the things I felt were quirks back then--level restrictions, differences in XP gain rates--but now can see as elements of a complex balance. I can't wait for my softcover books to arrive, and I'll be looking for more people to play with. Thanks!

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