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DEADPOOL!!!!
DEADPOOL!!!!
DEADPOOL!!!!!



just a little bit excited.
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Hey all, I working on a dungeon for a high level wizard. So the setup is that he's built his dungeon as part zoo and part garden, and it's mostly run by the kobolds that make up his domain's population. Now, being as the wizard has put a mint into the dungeon, it's fairly expansive and subterranean and worth about 200,000gp. The kobolds have taken some of that worth and put in mechanics into it.

What I'm wondering is what would be some cool things for the kobolds to have built into the dungeon, using the funding given. I've already included a VietCong/anthive style warren system throughout the structuring (big enough for a halfling to move through, but not a dwarf or human) and several mechanical moving walls the kobolds can use to redirect adventurers or monsters with.  So, what other kinds of mischievous things might a village of kobold engineers put in place into a dungeon that they have free reign to work in, provided that the traps and things serve a purpose of helping them be wardens?

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Sickens me. Keep an eye out for this scumbag.
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Hey, is there any word on the Free RPG Day package that Frog God Games is working on? I'm going to be running for our local shop, but was curious about it.

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Tonight starting at 11pm ET/8pm PT, join us for live NASA TV coverage of the landing of the Curiosity rover on Mars. 

Watch at http://www.nasa.gov/ntv

The #MSL  Mars Science Laboratory is the most ambitious, complex mission in the history of robotic space exploration. On August 5/6, 2012, the mission will set down a large, mobile laboratory - the dune buggy-sized Curiosity rover - using a new form of precision landing technology that makes many of Mars' most intriguing regions viable destinations for the first time.

Learn more about the mission at http://www.nasa.gov/mars 
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