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These were the final two of the Thanksgiving Challenge I was able to complete. 

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The one on the left is a fairly accurate depiction of the Elder Mouse that wound up briefly possessing me on Halloween and his friend is the Priestess of Cheezit. (Which has gone from a favored food of mice, to a religion it seems)

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Debating on the nature of Cheezits vs Cheese Nips, consulting the Book of Ralph.

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Nips are found to be acceptable, and they go off to spread this to the other mice...

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