Re: How does a Nephandus deck work?
On 8 Lug, 08:08, librarian <aucti...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
reading too much about On the Edge
This sentence is never true, sorry.
You can't read too much OTE.
(Big Al Amarja fan, even if I can't spell it -http://www.lareau.org/ontecaac.html)
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Well, what'r "damaging effects"?
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