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Subject: From the Mouth of Jormi - Betrayal Plays rss

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Michael Jordal
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Ike Clanton painted by me for Wild West Exodus
During our last game of Heroscape, Luke and Matt showed up.

Matt couldn't stick around to play, but since we had three, it was time to turn the lights down low and we got Betrayal at House on the Hill out. This first game was played by Ox, the boy and the professor. The boy immediately ran into trouble when a burning man jumped out of no where and caught the boy on fire as well. Eventually the boy felt that he had lured the other two guests deep enough into the house to call upon his cannibal freak friends to help him prepare the feast of the victims and the new explorers he brought. Unfortunately for the small cannibal boy, the big bad Ox was able to smash all opposition.

The second game of Betral put Flash, they boy and the young woman in the house. Again the boy was one of the first to face real fear as a creepy puppet leapt at him with a spear. As the boy ended up falling into the basement and soon Flash fell down the coal shoot to be in the basement too. The woman was walking around on the ground floor when suddenly the boy got caught in a spider web in the furnace, and then the woman keeled over in pain as a giant spider burst forth from her writhing body. The little boy desperately fought against the web to free himself, while Flash searched for a way out of the basement. The boys desperate clawing of the web was to no avail as eventually, the furnace room charred the small boys body on the web like a hog on a spit. It was just down to flash and the spider. Flash ran into a dead end, and the spider was upon him. The pain and suffering were short lived as the spider made a quick feast of flash.
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