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Head Lopper Vol. 1 Review

Andrew Maclean's Head Lopper proves a story steeped in violence doesn’t have to be dark and brooding. It feels like playing a well-planned Dungeons and Dragons campaign. The post Head Lopper Vol. 1 Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.
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