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I really like the thug.  Of course, everyone benefits from the prayers of the priest.  And the beggar is far from worthless. ... and the dancing girl adds flair to the gathering.  Oh, so much to like.

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20 hours ago, Cranky Dog said:

Nice work for the non-adventurous citizens.

 

I think I identified the part time beekeeper in the group.

 

He is from the town of Beesbury.  heraldic bees.  ::D:

I really had no idea what colors to use for him until the name of a town drifted through my head 

 

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