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Sharp Practice Scenario Competition

Don’t forget that Roly Hermans is running a Sharp Practice scenario competition from his tent over at the Sharp Practice camp.
Check out the details below and then put quill to parchment and see if you can win the great prizes that Roly has available.  What is great about Roly’s competition is that all the scenarios will be available for free on-line after the competition closes, so we should have a fantastic resource on-line to go with the rules and the Compleat Fondler.
http://sharppractice.11.forumer.com/index.php
Thanks to Roly for his hard work here; I am really looking forward to assuming my mantle as “judge for the day” and choosing a winner.

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