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Ah. The mystery is solved. >cut and paste<   Doc Bedlam Good day, sir. You have no idea who I am, and I'm not trying to sell you anything or get your personal information. We're both membe

What you see here is a dungeon map drawn by an eight year old.   It kind of took me back to my early days of dungeon design, although I was older when I drew my first one. A guy on the Old School

Thanks to Buglips for turning me onto this thread I did a project like this with a family friend's son years back. He just had this great idea for an armored gargoyle type warrior. It was lots o

I expect that the S indicates a plural.

If I remember correctly, the fellow's son had several rooms labeled "titis," and the simplest way to fix the map would simply be to convert the "tis" at the end to "ng."

And I guess it IS better to have the little fellow behind the screen saying "you are attacked by a vicious mob of tings" when Mom happens to be walking through the room... as opposed to the previous designation...

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I am kind of surprised by its longevity. It's still going strong after the thread on Facebook's died down.

Of course, I'm hoping to bring this one back to the fore when I finally finish a miniature Gonturzap...

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I am kind of surprised by its longevity. It's still going strong after the thread on Facebook's died down.

 

Of course, I'm hoping to bring this one back to the fore when I finally finish a miniature Gonturzap...

 

You showed it to me and I liked it. It will never go away now. I will not rest until "gonturzap" is a word on the lips of every man, woman, and child and gets an entry into Webster's.

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We shall shout from the mountain tops "Gonturzap", until it is declared word of the year by the oxford press. I'm already hoarse from a sinus infection that I just got rid of so I won't be shouting too loudly for long, but still if it takes standing on my roof and screaming for Reaper to make the "OFFICIAL" Gonturzap mini, I will.

 

And now the Grammar monster in me is shouting about comma splices, but I don't care and shall ignore it.

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The triangle head did me in, but it sort of works...

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Gosh, I love having a free weekend! it's too cold to take down the Christmas lights, so...

Holy carp. Now I have to go and post this on the original thread. Someone's eight year old HAS to see THIS...

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