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Author Topic: A small victory for a Dust Devils Demo!  (Read 1774 times)
Andy Kitkowski
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« on: December 07, 2004, 02:25:10 PM »

Just got this from a buddy over AIM

(Guy from White Wolf): Andy my man
(Guy from White Wolf): Dunno if you remember Matt from your Dust Devils game - he was one of the two drunkard characters
(Guy from White Wolf): He really got behind this game and is now running it for our biweekly beer-and-pretzels night until the new year rolls around
(Guy from White Wolf): We're having a great time with it
(Guy from White Wolf): So, thanks for running an awesome demo  :-)

Ziggurat Builder: Rock on man!
Ziggurat Builder: Was he the guy that looked like Ben Affleck, or was he the blonde guy?

(Guy from White Wolf): Blonde guy

Ziggurat Builder: Ahhh, ok.  But rock on!

Note: This was the demo that I sorta pieced together at the last minute for someone at a local con in NC.  I was expecting 2 people to attend, and instead got 6- And it was a blast. The "2 drunken guys" were acutally drunk for different reasons, and while they got the tar beat out of them, they seemed to have a meaningful game of it. Tres cool.

-Andy
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« Reply #1 on: December 07, 2004, 02:36:26 PM »

Well that makes me happier than a jackass eatin' cactus!

You tell those two drunk sonsabitches to head my way if they're looking for any trouble.

Or, you know, if they have any questions or comments.
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