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ftl rpg sophie chastain review topic

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#1 Online Brooklyn Pace-Carlisle

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Posted Jul 12 2014 - 04:02 PM

Oh hi fam! Review my FTL RPG prequel, Whatever Happened to Sophie Chastain?, focused on your favorite rabid Creole XO and mine, here in this topic. 

 

Gumbo will be distributed in further chapters on a meal-by-meal basis.

 

-Tyler


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~who is this sassy delight getting reported so much~


#2 Offline Engineer Alexandra Humva

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Posted Jul 12 2014 - 04:24 PM

eh 2/10 too much gumbo

 

But yeah comedy action adventure romance what's there not to like here you can't be a proper FTL player without knowing how your two plucky command officers got to where they are today. Recommended reading and this is canon so yeah.


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