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Steve Jackson Games - Ogrethulhu

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First you start with a giant cybertank so tough that step one in an engagement is to nuke it, and step two is to get serious because all that did was get it mad.

 

Then you let and Elder God take it for a spin...

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That is a WONDERFULLY bizarre contraption, AND BEAUTIFULLY painted as well. VERY WELL DONE in a strange sort of way!

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2 hours ago, Weird-O said:

I didn't create a thing, SJG actually sold this, though I think it's long OOP.

 

Yep! Rules weren't developed for it, and it even little spawn guys were part of the miniature line!

 

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5 hours ago, Weird-O said:

Ogrethulhu has no need for your souls. HE/SHE/IT/KRAFT HAS COME FOR YOUR UVULAS.

 

I am NOT letting that thing into my mouth...

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