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About the StoryContinuing to quality-test the Dunsany work, the rabbit hole gets deeper and darker. But the Tester is not alone. And one of his unseen guardians is casting a wide net for help. Of course, one never knows who might be watching.
Reader/player participation is encouraged to continue the narrative for future installments.
Requires playing of Session 1 and 2 (also available at link)
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Way down in the (rabbit) hole, July 27, 2015
I recommend getting involved on the Twitter side of things, where readers have been invited to participate in some apparently consequential interactions. @QUARTER_MOON_MASTER and @BUCOLIC_ehf are enjoyably chatty, too. Also, remember your password(s), but if you get frustrated, try contacting Alan. He's helped some readers get up to speed.
If you can, start reading now! The Tester's Archive will probably be available in perpetuity, but there are more ephemeral aspects of this story that you don't want to miss.
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