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good job.  I remember one of my first D&D characters was a Cleric, who I played with a German accent...when we were very low level and walking through a forest, we ended up getting caught in some spider webs, and my character was pretty much useless from the outset (I failed, hard on all my saves and checks); so when my turn came around, my entire turn pretty much consisted of <rolls dice> "Ach!!! Dee Schpiders!  DEE SCHPIDERS!!!"

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