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Midlam: Halflings gone Bad

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Sigh...

 

Another dozen halflings... and a cuncil of 8 more...   

 

Oh well, when you've got Dragons to feed... 

 

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6 hours ago, Gadgetman! said:

So?

 

The great thing about halflings is that there's ALWAYS room for more... 

 

Yeah, I think I can find room for some more halflings....

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Midlam is killig me . . . Now I gotta put in another row of burrows and at least one more inn to make room for them!

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On 7/14/2019 at 11:05 AM, Gadgetman! said:

So?

 

The great thing about halflings is that there's ALWAYS room for more... 

 

Sure but there is not enough cash in my budget :)

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On 7/14/2019 at 10:05 AM, Gadgetman! said:

So?

 

The great thing about halflings is that there's ALWAYS room for more... 

 

 

I think you have to wait half an hour, like with Chinese food.

 

And if I ever run a hobbit character, I might have to use "Knifo Stabbins" as his name. ::D:

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I love these, but no budget for them.  I might try to squeeze in a pledge for one or two....

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I've reached the point with Midlam that I don't remember if I simply missed this one or decided to skip over it. There's just so many of them.

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I pledged for two minis #12 the card playing lady halfling and the Tailor from the town council.  Both will be useful as colorful but not overly comical non human characters in a future D&D village adventure. 

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I have Pies!

 

Delicious pies... 

They must be because someone cut a slice out of two of them...    

 

Yes, the nutters at Midlam cast some slightly oversize pies to add to the shipments. 

No, you can't have one. 

 

Oh, and I also have a couple of bags of fresh dragonfood... 

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