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So do they, but the goat seems to be involved in a curse a court wizard (gnome) from a pirate queen has, as the pair seems to be taken by a bunch of vampires who are from the clan of one of the PCs father and blablablabla. :) Just think of them getting the goat across the entire dungeon. :) It shall be glorious!

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I now have an idea for a diorama.  Just need the Bone 4 Blacktooth Terror.

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Ha, I can see that. I should set up a scene of the goat, in a summoning circle facing a dragon or some such. ;) My players are being quite paranoid about this weird goat!

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You need to throw in a couple situations where they need to get past something using stealth, and the goats gnome-leg keeps clomping on the stone floor,  it won't stop bleating, etc.

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