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Too Many Elves
By Nicholas Samuel Stember
Tuesday, March 30, 2004

Rated "G" by the Author.

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A light hearted fantasy that intrudes into a role-playing game. It was published in the January, 2004 issue of Twilight Times.
Approx. 2200 words long.
Copyright 2003 - Nicholas S. Stember

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Reviewed by John Bushore 9/30/2006
Very good. A fantasy about a fantasy game. No wonder it was accepted. Good writing. I'll be back to read more. And I see Nick P. enjoyed it, too. He's a good judge, but then I'm prejudiced.

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Reviewed by Nickolaus Pacione 4/11/2004
That sounds cool. The story had a good flow to it, I like the title. Reminds me of some of the people who read my work and asked me if I played rpg's but told them I don't because it would take the effectiveness away from what I did. That one was nicely done and very creative.
Reviewed by Brett Pransky 4/1/2004
Not bad, not bad at all. I knew what the end of the story was going to be somewhere in the middle, but that didn't take away from a story that flowed pretty well.


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