Start Playing D&D (for free!)

Posted in D&D 5e, D&D Fifth Edition, D&D Next, Dungeons and Dragons with tags , , , , , on January 23, 2019 by boccobsblog

Every day I hear/read people saying that they would like to learn to play D&D but don’t know where to start. Additionally, I’ve met several people who used to play D&D, but who didn’t know how to get back into Dungeons and Dragons. I’ve created a list of resources, some free, some not, that will allow new players to get started playing D&D, as well as aid returning players.

I’ve personally played D&D for the last 27 year, and have played every edition of the game, and I can honestly say 5th edition is the easiest rule set to learn. This is a great time to start playing Dungeons and Dragons.

Free Options

D&D Basic Rules (Free)
“The Basic Rules runs from levels 1 to 20 and covers the cleric, fighter, rogue, and wizard, presenting what we view as the essential subclass for each. It also provides the dwarf, elf, halfling, and human as race options; in addition, the rules contain 120 spells,
5 backgrounds, and character sheets.” (WotC)

D&D SRD (Free)
The D&D Basic set has a lot of information to get you started, but it only contains a few character classes. When you’re ready to expand into more options, you can use a System Reference Document to access free (under the Open Game License) content legally. There are many SRDs online, I recommend 5thSRD.org as they run a clean site, free of ads. 5thSRD.org can also be downloaded for offline use.

Public Library (Free)
Believe or not, your public library likely has some gaming books, and even if they don’t, they will gladly do an intralibrary loan to borrow the core books from another library.

Character Sheet (Free)
You can get these anywhere, but here are the official WotC sheets.

Die Rollers
Another free option for digital players (those who like to use their phone or tablet at the table) is die rollers programs. You can find many free apps and programs to replace physical dice.

Paid Options

Starter Set (>$20)
“Containing everything you need to leap into a D&D adventure, this boxed set is designed for five to six players, with one of you taking on the role of the game’s lead storyteller, the Dungeon Master.” The starter set is available at your local game store, Walmart, and Target.” (WotC) The Starter Set comes with:

  • 64-page adventure book with everything the Dungeon Master needs to get started
  • 32-page rulebook for playing characters level 1-5
  • 5 pre-generated characters, with character sheet
  • 6 dice

Core Rulebooks ($25-$100)
If you decide to play D&D regularly, you’ll need to eventually pick up the core rulebooks. Players will need a Player’s Handbook (PHB), while a Dungeon Master will need the PHB, the Dungeon Master’s Guide (DMG), and the Monster Manual (MM).

Accessories

Dice (<$10)
Get can get some great dice anywhere, but if you want to outfit your whole table for less than $2 a player, I suggest these dice (5 sets).

A Buttload of Dice (<$25)
If you need a bunch of dice quick, the pound of dice from Chessex is a gamer standard.

DM Screen ($10)
A Dungeon Master’s Screen is not for everyone. They contain a lot of useful information and they can be useful in hiding your notes and miniatures, but some DMs choose to roll and act in the open, lest they be accused of cheating.

Grid Mats
I use a variety of battle mats, but the one that is always on my table is from Chessex. They come in three sizes: Battlemat (23.5 x 26), Megamat (34.5 x 48 inches), and the Mondomat (54 x 102 inches). The Battlemat is a bit small, but a good choice is your table is small. The Mondomat is too big for nearly all tables. I have an eight-foot-long game table and it wouldn’t fit well. My recommendation is the Megamat.

Note: regardless of the pens you use, or what you use to clean your map, they will stain over time. Invest in a piece of clear plexiglass to place over your mat. My Chessex Megamat has never been written on and looks pristine after 5-6 years of play.

Next time we’ll talk about finding a game or starting your own.

Form-Fillable PDF D&D Character Sheet

Posted in D&D 5e, D&D Fifth Edition, D&D Next, Dungeons and Dragons with tags , on September 8, 2019 by boccobsblog

I’ve added a fillable PDF character sheet to the 5e Resource page. Download it for free.

Fillable

20 D&D Barbarian quests

Posted in D&D 5e, D&D Fifth Edition, Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder with tags , , , on August 16, 2019 by boccobsblog

 

Barbarian Quests D&amp;D, Pathfinder

20 Barbarian quests

  1. Feat of endurance – longish obstacle course or mini-marathon. The only trick is that you must drink a mouthful of water and return the same amount of liquid from your mouth after the event. That or with a raw egg not breaking the egg for the duration the test.
  2. A flock of Harpies have roosted in the local orchard and are not allowing the villagers to get the ripe fruit. They are desperate for help before the harpies eat all the fruit or before it goes off.
  3. A local shrine despite being heavily protected by a series of intricate traps was recently pillaged. Catch the thief, mete out justice in such a way to deter the thief doing it again. Return the artifact to the shrine and reset all the traps.
  4. A bask of crocodiles have moved further upstream and are creating a problem for the local fishermen. Its twofold: The fish are not coming as far down the river anymore and secondly the fishermen are being maimed and its ruining the local economy and diets.  The problem needs investigating and sorting out.
  5. As a result of a gold rush, a settlement has popped up seemingly out of nowhere. With no law enforcement going on it’s a regular frontier type town where might is right and deaths can happen daily.  Work a solution.
  6. On the eve on her wedding the chief’s daughter has gone missing. The wedding is to bring together two tribes that have been bitter entrenched enemies for many years. The ceremony has been planned for in advance and it has taken many months for some of the guests to even arrive for the momentous occasion. It’s the one thing that both tribes can agree on as a necessity for moving forward.  Even better is the fact that the bride & groom love each other deeply. A failure now would be catastrophic.
  7. A local Witch doctor claims god like powers and indeed the last few folks who have gone against him have died in mysterious conditions. He is now demanding tribute from your village [and the other surrounding villages].  You are their last chance before having to pay a tribute that cannot afford.
  8. The village chief has died in mysterious circumstance. The only evidence is the arrow from a local tribe who for years have remained friendly and even helpful in droughts and poor harvests. Investigate for the killer and seek justice / revenge.
  9. As a rite of passage, you must face your deepest fears. This is so that no fear nor enemy may best you through your weaknesses. Your fears include claustrophobia and arachnophobia. You have been sealed into the cave warren know to host very large spiders.  Not only are you to survive a ten day there, you are to do so taking no provisions in with you.
  10. The chief’s son is coming of age and soon to start the training cycle to take over from his father. Trouble is that the chief only recognizes now that the son is a spoilt brat and without tempering without make a disastrous leader.  You have been charged with making a ‘’man out of him’’
  11. A friend of yours is jailed for committing some heinous crimes. You have known him as a brother knows a brother and you simply can’t believe the charges being leveled at him. You undertake to learn the full story and work towards his acquittal.
  12. The locals have taken to eating some of the newer imported foods coming into the region. Local businesses are going bankrupt and you are certain that foul play is involved.  The folks who should seem the obvious culprits have no evidence stacked against them and it’s all at a dead end. Step in and resolve it.
  13. A winter flood has wiped out the entire south defenses from a village and they need it repairing before spring arrives. The woodcutters and other laborers can’t complete their tasks on time due to local wildlife getting hungry for manflesh.
  14. A burly orc has moved into a hamlet unchallenged and has made the residents his private slaves. Liberate them.
  15. The Townmaster is having a hard time collecting the all the taxes from the villagers and seeks someone to ‘’encourage’’ them to pay up.
  16. Local sheep farmers are having wolf problems and are losing more stock than normal. If someone doesn’t help soon there will be no more sheep to tend.
  17. A particularly large tree has fallen in a recent bad storm. It covers the entirety of the path and then some either side.  The villagers on that trade route are seeking help with either moving the tree or carving a new path out of the existing forest.
  18. A black dragon wyrmling has taken up residence under the only bridge route in and out of the town, capriciously eating from and threatening traders at random. The traders to the town are getting rarer and the food and supplies situation is getting desperate.
  19. You are sent out to the plains in the start of autumn, wearing only a loincloth and are expected to have caught, cleaned and created your own leather armor before winter fully sets in.
  20. Winter has set in and an unexpected fire has wiped out most of the grain stock. You must traverse the mountain pass to beg or barter grain from the village beyond the mountain for your village to survive the winter.

About the author:
DM Badger is a Veteran D&D player [since 1987], but fairly new to the DM side of the screen [since 2018]. He’s looking to give back to the D&D community 🙂

Essential Barbarian Gear
Sweet Loincloth
Badass Conan Sword
Dope Kicks

20 D&D Fighter Quests

Posted in D&D 5e, D&D Fifth Edition, D&D Next, Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder with tags , , , on July 5, 2019 by boccobsblog

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Today’s quest hooks come from the Kind DM:

Fighters may be misunderstood as simple, especially in a world where magic is abundant and mystical and dangerous creatures roam the land. However, that is far from true, because through that simplicity rises versatility. Fighters can find themselves in all sorts of situations and still be able to pull through.

1. Your keep has been taken over by a necromancer and your servants are now an undead force under his command

2. You are conscripted by a paladin task force to assist them with purging a demon hiding in a city

3. Your old retired guard mates have convinced you to go on a dungeon delve with them

4. A meteor was spotted falling deep in the northern steppes. An armorsmith is promising a reward to anyone who can bring to him any metal found in the impact crater so he can experiment.

5. You are tasked with training a squad of rookies and have them hunt down a troll that’s been terrorizing the farmlands as their first mission

6. Once every a thousand years, a demon trapped in ice manages to get free.Your bloodline is dedicated to making sure the demon is kept in check. There are signs that the demon will attempt to free itself soon.

7. You have been requested to represent a noble as their champion in a tournament or a duel.

8. A rich noble’s children have been kidnapped and are being held for ransom. He suspects the kidnappers are not going to hold up their end of the bargain, and requests you to come up with a plan to rescue them.

9. A group of halfling entertainers have been attacked and kidnapped by orcs while going to a city that has hired them for their annual celebration of the city’s founding. The mayor of the city hires you to go to the abandoned tower not far from the city where the halflings may be held.

10. Someone is killing ex members of the mercenary guild you used to be a member of…

11. You receive a parcel that contains a sword hilt and a map.

12. A gang of wererats is terrorizing the city. There is a bounty for their capture but you will have to go into the sewers…

13. A noble has made arrangements that, after their unavoidable assassination, she would be resurrected at the local temple. However, the cleric that has taken the task to resurrect them must reach the temple alive, because the assassin is still on the hunt.

14. A prisoner’s last request before the execution is to talk to you. They tell you they are innocent and are being framed by the captain of the guard.

15. A magical storm has rendered all the magical defenses of the city useless and the wizards sitting on their hands. Now the city is under siege and you have to escape and find the source of the storm.

16. A wizard and a sorcerer have a disagreement on whose magic is “better”, so they want to conscript someone who doesn’t know magic as an impartial judge

17. The rite of passage for a league of adventurers is to pass through a dangerous mechanical gauntlet filled with traps and puzzles, meant to hone both the mental and
physical abilities of the trainees. However, something went wrong and the gauntlet’s already high difficulty has been “cranked up to 11”

18. You have been hired by a conclave of very old and grumpy wizards as their bodyguard, luggage carrier, and gopher while they have their centennial reunion. One of the events during the reunion is to “visit” an old associate’s home, that turn out to be a lich and a tomb respectively. However, at this point you are not sure whether the lich is more dangerous than the crazy old wizards.

19. You take up a job of investigating a fishing village that has gone silent. When you arrive there are no signs of life. Searching the houses you find a journal talking about a whaling ship anchoring to the harbor with a fresh catch, and a series of disturbing events that follow. The last entry reads “Everyone else has boarded the ship. I can hear that voice in my head again asking me to join them. I can’t stand it anymore. Tonight I return to my family.”

20. A gnome couple hire almost every adventurer in town. They then reveal themselves to be bronze dragons that wants to move their eggs to another lair but are afraid an old nemesis will interfere.

About the Author
My name is Chris and I’m from Greece. I started playing tabletop RPGs in 2014. I mostly play Dungeons and Dragons at the moment but I want to try more RPGs in the future. Most of the time I’m the Dungeon Master because I really enjoy it. You can find me at: https://thekindgm.wordpress.com/

 

20 Dwarf Quest Ideas

Posted in D&D 3.5, D&D 5e, D&D Next, Dungeons and Dragons with tags , , , , , on June 14, 2019 by boccobsblog

Dwarf D&amp;D Quest Ideas

Today’s 20 D&D dwarf quest ideas comes from Twitch streamer, Amishman:

1. There is a dispute among the blacksmiths, someone is stealing their tools, all of them are blaming each other rather then look for real evidence.

2. There is someone going around doing the most evil thing of all, going into nobleman’s houses… and shaving their beards off when they sleep. Many nobles are too afraid to show their disgusting and beardless faces.

3. After digging what the lesser races would call… too deep… the dwarf mines have found both a gold vein and a shrine to a demon lord. Go get rid of the shrine and cultists so they can get the mines reopen.

4. Clearing out the mines. Some goblins/bug things/dragon clawed into the tunnels and it needs to be sorted out.

5. Quick gather some wheat in order to make and forge legendary dwarvish bread weapons. Then quickly distribute them in order to defend against the mildly irritating rat king.

6. Rediscover a forgotten dwarven form of magic called Stone Singing. Need to find a race of friendly elementals long separated from the dwarven people, you could use Galeb Duhr instead of elementals.

7. A gnome entrepreneur has come to the dwarf halls with a small team of Apparatus of Kwalish that have been re-purposed for mining, the local miners want to hire the PCs to sabotage the machines and the Gnome wants to hire the PCs to protect the devices from saboteurs.

8. Dwarves have a fairly high mushroom intake in their diet. Their mushroom caverns have been poisoned and the PCs are tasked with finding out why. (Druids who hate mineral extraction from the earth, Myconoids trying to awaken their fodder cousins leaving them poisonous, Duergar plot to kill their kind-hearted cousins, the gnome from the last hook re-purposed his Apparatus to harvest mushrooms is leaving them inedible)

9. A dwarven Ale Meister hires the PCs to delve into a lost dwarven hall that legend says holds the recipe to some sort of ambrosia-beer so that he might win an upcoming competition and solidify his name as the greatest Ale Meister in all the halls. Why was the hall lost? Pick an underdark race (Duergar, Drow, Neogi, and Tsochar tend to make more sense than the more food-centric like Mind Flayers or alien like Grell and Aboleth…though pretty much anything will work)

10. The Dwarf mine in the volcano has been dug too deep and has freed an ancient demon.

11. The Dwarves throw a feast for the party at the end of a different adventure and at the party someone dies. To prevent the unknown murderer from escaping the Dwarves lock down the house/manor/keep and the players must help to solve the mystery since Dwarves don’t really make good detectives.

12. The Dwarves are besieged by a gigantic army from the Underdark, they have been guarding the only entrance to the Underdark in the area and if they fall the unprepared races/kingdoms they have been protecting for centuries will surely fall.

13. Old man Worcestershire at the bar has a map to a rumored treasure deep beneath the volcano, but doesn’t have funds or warriors willing to go after it as it is supposedly guarded by undead/demons.

14. The lord of the city is rumored to have been killed and replaced with a doppleganger. A local guard thought he saw the lord change skin, but he can’t be sure. He approaches the party for help with the matter.

15. A townswoman has been hearing strange rattling and moans coming from the abandoned house next door. She asks the party to investigate.

16. Two opposing tailors each have half of the finest pair of pants ever created. You have been hired to repair the pants and reunite the halves.

17. The library has been infested with small mimics disguised as books. Exterminate them.

18. Through less-than-reputable channels, the party hears about a plan to hunt a small roving group of purple worms. The local crime syndicate wants the precious and hard to obtain organs and blood from the worms. The local city guard wants the location of the nest discovered and reported and nothing more.

19. A noble requests that the party deliver a small package. Around ten minutes after the package is delivered, someone approaches the party and asks where their package is, providing valid identification.

20. A city watchman requests the party’s help in setting up a sting. If the party agrees, the operation begins, but when the target arrives, at least one member of the party recognizes the target and believes them to be innocent.

Amishman has been gaming since the early 80’s and once fought Danny DeVito in a K-Mart parking lot. He can be found at

Monster Adventure Terrain

Posted in Dungeons and Dragons, Kickstarter, Pathfinder with tags , , on June 1, 2019 by boccobsblog

A few weeks back the gang from Monster Gaming got a hold of me about a new terrain project they were working on. According to their Kickstarter page:

Monster Adventure Terrain is the world’s first fully modular and AFFORDABLE 3D world-building system for Dungeons & Dragons and other tabletop games. Our pieces are specially designed so you can construct and reconstruct your game worlds in an instant. With the “snap on” system, all you have to do is “click” your pieces into place. This makes constructing and deconstructing your game worlds easy and allows you to build your dungeons, taverns, castles, and caverns in minutes. Best of all, it won’t cost you all of your gold and copper coins to afford it!

The MG crew was kind enough to send me a prototype set of their dungeon/castle set to try out in my home game.

 

The pieces resemble Duplo blocks, and work just as easy. If you’re unfamiliar with Duplos, they are just oversized Legos designed for toddlers. The Adventure Terrain pieces snap on top of each other or onto the transparent 12 x 12 base.

Unlike other 3D terrain sets Ive tested in the past, this is the easiest to assemble, and the easiet to take apart. Additionally,  the set pieces you assemble stay together and can be moved easily without falling apart. Sets start at $30 and go as high as $4,400.

Sets details:

Monster Adventure Terrain is much more than basic building blocks. These fully modular pieces are also available as 7 different unique terrain tile styles, castle pieces (like ramparts and battlements), detailed cavern pieces (mountain sides, stone formations and stalagmites), and special accessories like bridges, doors, stairs, ladders and more! And remember, these are available in painted and unpainted versions.

Stretch goals unlocked:

  • Stackable Baseplates
  • Loot boxes

The Monster Adventure Terrain Kickstarter funded in 24 hours and continues until Thu, June 20 2019 11:00 AM CDT.

20 Pathfinder Witch Quest Ideas

Posted in Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder with tags , , , , , on May 17, 2019 by boccobsblog

Witch Quest Ideas

Today’s Witch Quest Ideas come from writer/musician Mark Russel:

  1. The Usual Suspect:  A town your witch has recently been visiting starts having the local children go missing.  The leader of the local town guard suspects the witch, and it is up to them to find the children and clear their name.
  2. Improved Familiar:  Your witch’s familiar reveals that it is actually a different sentient creature.  The witch and her familiar still share the same bond, but the familiar seems distant.  When the witch questions their familiar, it lets them know that a collection of similar creatures is in danger.  This is a good way to tie Improved Familiar, a common witch feat choice, into the game world.
  3. Broken Covenant:  A coven of hags has learned about your witch, and wishes to bring them into the fold.  If your witch resists the pull, the party can seek out and destroy the coven.  If, however, they find the offer intriguing, the hags can become patrons of the party.
  4. A Past Life:  An item that the party finds reveals itself to be sentient.  If the Witch interacts with this object in any way, it will reveal that it knew the Witch in a past life.  This can be used to link the witch directly to the events of your main campaign, or lead to a side quest where the Witch can find a powerful magical item.
  5. Healing Wicca:  The party comes to a town where the residents are ill.  The party Witch finds the notes of a past witch who lived in the village, detailing the ingredients needed to cure the illness.  Finishing the potion, however, will require the heart of a powerful monster that lives in the woods.
  6. From Beyond The Grave:  The Witch starts receiving dreams of a person in duress in a nearby cave.  This person shares similarities to the Witch, like a shared trauma or a similar upbringing.  The witch knows that the person is already dead, but the ghost in their dreams promises to lead the witch to a cache of jewels if their spirit is avenged.
  7. A Curse Lifted:  The party comes across a town where the residents seem to be joyless.  The Witch discovers that the town has been cursed by a previous Witch who had a magic item stolen from them.  If the Witch completes a ritual to cleanse the town, they may get the magic item as a reward.
  8. A Total Fraud:  As the party travels through town, they come across a man selling healing potions for a very low price.  If the party buys one, the witch can make a dc 10 arcana check.  On a success, they will notice that the potion is fake.  When the man is questioned he reveals that he is a member of the local thieves guild.
  9. True Love?  The local magistrate has been acting strangely lately.  If the witch gets to talk to him, they can make a DC 10 Arcana check to reveal that the magistrate is under effect of a charm person spell.  When questioned, the magistrate reveals he has recently been smitten by a local shopkeeper.
  10. A Helping Hand:  As the party travels, a girl in a tattered cloak approaches the witch.  The girl reveals that she is a changeling, and that she is currently being hounded by her mother to join a coven.
  11. The Black Cauldron:  While researching at a local library, the witch discovers that there is a magical cauldron in an abandoned estate nearby.  The estate, the report says, was once owned by a mad noble, and is reported to be haunted.
  12. Park Ranger:  The Witch’s Familiar starts acting strangely.  When the Witch communes with their familiar, they sense that it is angry and afraid.  Searching the local woods shows evidence of a person or creature killing animals en masse in some sort of strange ritual.
  13. Bad Dreams:  A local noble comes to The Witch to buy a potion to soothe their dreams.  If the Witch makes a DC 10 Arcana or Religion check, they will realize the noble is being haunted by a banshee.  The noble reveals he recently killed a peasant in a duel.
  14. Animated Object:  As the party travels along the road, an animated broom approaches the Witch.  If the party follows the broom, it will lead them to another witch who is being besieged by monsters.
  15. An Unhappy Medium:  A famous medium has swung through town, promising to reconnect people with their dead loved ones.  If The Witch decides to attend a séance, a DC 10 Arcana or Religion check will reveal that the medium is not communicating with the dead, but is instead using cold reading techniques to part people from their coin.
  16.   An Invitation:  Through dreams, the witch receives a vision of a circle of mushrooms in a local wood.  Upon awakening, an NPC that the party likes, a favorite shopkeeper for example, has gone missing.  When the party goes to the NPC’s residence to investigate, they discover a fey creature.  It says that it will free the NPC if the witch attends a ball as a representative of her patron.
  17.   Overdue:  When the party wakes up from a long rest, they find a Barbed Devil in their room/campsite.  The Devil tells the witch that he has recently bought the debt that she owes to her Patron, and if the party does not find a certain cursed pair of shackles, he will have the legal right to the witches soul.
  18. Outer God’s Favor:  The party hears about a nearby town that has recently gone dark.  When the Party goes to investigate, they find the townspeople have all gone mute.  When the townsfolk see the witch however they point to them and say, “Behold, the master’s chosen has arrived!”
  19. Return the Favor:  The witch receives a letter from a person they have helped in the past.  The letter reveals a location of a very powerful magical item buried deep within a tomb of a long dead witch, deep in the jungle.
  20. Friends in High Places:  While relaxing at a tavern or similar public place, The Witch is approached by a woman wearing a mask.  She promises the witch a considerable amount of coin if she will place a curse on a powerful public official. 

Mark Russell is a writer, musician, and cheese packer. His current project is Ribashda, a high fantasy, horror-influenced world that is 5 times the size of our own. Featuring 5 new classes, 10 new races, tons of new monsters, and new mechanics for GM’s to play with, Ribashda is an exciting and dangerous new homebrew setting for 5th edition. Come adventure in the playground of the gods, just be careful where you step.

Pathfinder 2nd Edition
Pathfinder Core Rulebook (P2)
Pathfinder Bestiary (P2)
Pathfinder GM Screen (P2)

 

Starfinder Beginner Box Launches Today

Posted in Pathfinder with tags , , , on May 7, 2019 by boccobsblog

The timing seems a bit weird as Starfinder came out a few years ago, but Paizo has released a Starfinder Beginner Box. Check out the Dragon and Things crew in the official commercial:

According to Paizo.com:

Launch into an exciting universe of science fantasy adventure with the Starfinder Beginner Box! Create and customize your own futuristic hero to play through challenging adventures and action-packed battles against dangerous foes! With streamlined rules, this deluxe boxed set is the ideal introduction to the Starfinder Roleplaying Game, an imaginative tabletop roleplaying game for 2-7 players. Welcome to the best launchpad for a lifetime of pulse-pounding adventure among the stars—the only limit is your imagination!

The Starfinder Beginner Box has everything you need to get started:

  • A 96-page Heroes’ Handbook, detailing character creation and general rules for playing the game, plus a short solo adventure
  • A 96-page Game Master’s Guide containing an adventure, alien adversaries, and advice on how to create your own science fantasy tales
  • A complete set of seven polyhedral dice
  • More than 80 full-color pawns depicting diverse heroes and aliens
  • 24 plastic pawn bases
  • Six pregenerated character sheets to throw you right into the action
  • Six blank character sheets to record the abilities of your custom-made hero
  • Six player aid cards for quick rules references
  • A durable, reusable, double-sided Flip-Mat play surface that works with any kind of marker

The Starfinder Beginner Box is crammed with content and retails for $39.99.

 

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