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Otter Caught in a Trap - John James Audubon as art print or hand painted oil.

Otter Caught in a Trap - John James Audubon as art print or hand painted oil.

'we're searching for a Sona,she's maybe this tall, enjoys long walks on the beach and brewing strange teas..." "It's Zona, just so you know. And I don't deal well with witches jokes. "

'we're searching for a Sona,she's maybe this tall, enjoys long walks on the beach and brewing strange teas..." "It's Zona, just so you know. And I don't deal well with witches jokes. "

Setting development. Haven't done much of this on my own, but it looks fun and I don't doubt I'll be doing a lot of it in college.

Setting development. Haven't done much of this on my own, but it looks fun and I don't doubt I'll be doing a lot of it in college.

Wraith: Também conhecido como Qui Shen, é uma das criaturas mais perigosas em todas as terras conhecidas; um sugador de almas. Segundo a lenda, ele marca suas vítimas e remove suas almas; condenando-os por toda a eternidade.

Wraith: Também conhecido como Qui Shen, é uma das criaturas mais perigosas em todas as terras conhecidas; um sugador de almas. Segundo a lenda, ele marca suas vítimas e remove suas almas; condenando-os por toda a eternidade.

victoriousvocabulary:WELLAWAY[interjection] Archaic: used to express sorrow. Etymology: Middle English we(i)lawei, Old English weilāwei (wei < Scandinavian; compare Old Norse vei - woe), replacing Old English wā lā wā - woe! lo! woe! [Ken Sarafin]

victoriousvocabulary:WELLAWAY[interjection] Archaic: used to express sorrow. Etymology: Middle English we(i)lawei, Old English weilāwei (wei < Scandinavian; compare Old Norse vei - woe), replacing Old English wā lā wā - woe! lo! woe! [Ken Sarafin]

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