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Tangled in a web of his own making, the bandit had run out of arrows at the most crucial of times and worst yet he backed up into a dead end and was surrounded by massive boulders. With no choice, this genius of highway robbery whipped out a knife hoping that would scare away the lanky Wood Elf holding the long sword and iron shield. Oh, it was almost comical to see the bandit try to take a... Read Review

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