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On 10/24/2018 at 11:51 PM, Rigel said:

What a great face! That's an expression that says, "Oh sorry, WHICH Amulet of Doom were you going to use to disintegrate me and my little friends? This one right here that I took off a dumb chump a minute ago? That Amulet of Doom?"

I like your prose.

 

Thanks to everyone for their comps.

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