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An old writer says “The air of the fens was crass, and full of rotten harrs.”
An old writer describes the air as being “crass, and full of rotten harrs”; and Drayton, in his “Polyolbion” speaks of the “unwholesome ayre, and more unwholesome soyle”; but that condition of things has long ago passed away.
R. A.Danny: Sybarite: Shouldn't that be slashing co-worker with cleaver? nastro: Vorpal: Deck the harrs with boughs of horry fa ra ra ra ra ra ra ra ra
Vorpal: Deck the harrs with boughs of horry fa ra ra ra ra ra ra ra ra
Luxor they tending to be freindly and ask you to visit their establishment and if you declined they didnt continue to harrs you.
After you choose your element (s) you click Create, it hums and harrs for a while then tells you what number to multiply (base) damage by depending on what element an attack is.
The air cloudy, gross and full of rotten harrs ; water putrid and muddy, yea, full of loathsome vermin; the earth spongy and boggy; and the fire noisome by the stink of smoking hassocks . "