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About the StoryI've been to see the elders on the top of their mountain. I've got the cure for my daughter. It's time to go home.
Still undergoing development.
(If you choose to download, note that background images only show up with an internet connection. Working on it, though.)
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I have 3 waterskins :), March 27, 2018
"I have 3 waterskins and 4 rations of food. My wallet holds 8 gold coins"
Pros: A cozy short story with nice background pictures and clear CSS and prose.
Cons:mmm. I can't remember if there's any.
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