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Sam Sykes
in D&D a Wizard is a person who achieves ruinous power, creates abominations against gods and nature, ruins cities, lives and entire worlds, all through the power of reading support your local library
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Sam Sykes Mar 28
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buy my book you hobgoblins
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Tracy Rowland 🇨🇦 Mar 28
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Are they available on Amazon?
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Sam Sykes Mar 29
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Yes!
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Tracy Rowland 🇨🇦 Mar 29
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Woot! Summer reading list here they come!
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Wesley Burt Mar 26
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the hero we deserve
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Candice Mar 26
Knowledge is power. Power corrupts. Study hard, be evil.
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Luii Diaz Mar 26
This is me reading all the books.
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Andrew "BATHROOMS HATE HIM" Davis Mar 26
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Kikka🥀Krähenmutter Mar 27
Bards something something *handwaves* support the arts.
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James McColl Mar 28
Bards: this one time at band camp, I insulted a goblin so badly he died.
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Mike Reynolds Mar 26
Sorceror is the one who sleeps through class and still somehow passes with a B-. When asked how: “I have no idea. “
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kalidin Mar 27
And a warlock is someone who just startup cheats on every test and never gets cot
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Mike Reynolds Mar 27
Warlock is dating the professor. 🤣
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The Oranges of Species Mar 27
The Necromancer is the goth kid no one talks to.
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Molly ~ Tech Librarian Mar 26
Librarian's help make great Wizards! In fact here is a student DM I'm helping create minis for his next game using the 3D printer
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🖤💀TangArts💀🖤 Mar 26
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As someone who works at a library.... Thank you.
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Shane Celis Mar 26
♫ Take a look / It’s in a book / Mal Bag’dronnauhi! ♫
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David Eppenberger Mar 27
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Books=Knowledge=Power=(Force x Distance / Time) to quote Terry Pratchett
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SCTadsen Mar 26
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I'm a librarian, and I support this message.
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