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Subject: Captain's Booke and accidental reading rss

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Alon Altman
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Hi,
I have a tendency to read text I'm not supposed to while I'm on that page. From what I understand, the Captain's Booke contains multiple sections on a single page. Is there any way to avoid this? Perhaps an online version of the Captain's Booke that only shows the requested entry and nothing else?
 
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Julius Besser
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epsalon wrote:
Hi,
I have a tendency to read text I'm not supposed to while I'm on that page. From what I understand, the Captain's Booke contains multiple sections on a single page. Is there any way to avoid this? Perhaps an online version of the Captain's Booke that only shows the requested entry and nothing else?

I don't think anything like that exists currently. Maybe have someone else read?
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Matt S
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you can use a blank sheet of paper folded in half to put on the page to hide as much as you can... Or let someone else read it to you that has more self control
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Brian McFarland
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Construction paper with "view hole" cut in the middle ?
 
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Benj Davis
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Get someone else to read.
 
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Becq Starforged
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If you're desperate and the above don't work ... well, if you have a neutral party who is (a) not planning on playing the game, and (b) a *very* good friend willing to spend some time helping, ask them to do the following:
1) Photocopy the Captain's Booke (single sided, not double-sided).
2) Cut out each section individually.

Then you just need to figure out how to store them. Options might include:
* store them lose, with a index card as a divider between multiples of 10 or 20 or so.
* staple each to a index card, folding the bottom up but leaving the number visible (or completely in half, but writing the number on the card).

Seems like a lot of effort, but if the easier options don't work...
 
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