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Inktober #13: Teeming

Inktober #13: Teeming

Every bat in the Netherworld knows — if you are in trouble, fly north. Find Peyroux. Find the clocktower.

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Inktober #10: Gigantic

Inktober #10: Gigantic

If you trick-or-treat in Peyroux, you’ll wind up with gigantic sack of candy, bones, treats, snacks, weapons, and magic.

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Inktober #08: Crooked

Inktober #08: Crooked

The North Road is a crooked, sentient, magical, ancient, ornery pathway that links the tiny, haunted village of Peyroux to the rest of the Netherworld.

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The Smokesmith of Peyroux

After a bit of prep, the young woman who served the haunted village of Peyroux and surrounding areas as the “maker of smoke, be your needs mystical or mundane,” opened the back door and appraised what the forest had brought her.

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Halloween Masquerade

Halloween Masquerade

Penny P. Post, vampire, dressed as a bar of Ecto Bones chocolate, entered the hall on the arm of Zelda K. Arcadia, witch, dressed as Lemon Peel, the famed tiny yellow dragon.

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Lost Sea postcard (set of 3)

Lost Sea postcard (set of 3) ($3.75)

The Lost Sea is a gateway to countless underwater communities.
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The Bat Shrine of Peyroux

“Ya gotta tell ‘em goodnight, too, in the morning,” Mayor Sourdough said a bit gruffly as he climbed the ladder down from the caretaker’s post to his office.

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Ground Floor Plants & More

Aluminum G. Bauxite, earth elemental, runs Peyroux’s gardening and farming supply store, Ground Floor Plants and More.

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The Ruby

The Ruby

“You have broken the rules, your highness. That ghoul was fair play,” a shadow whispered, itself unmoving but its voice following the monarch as she hefted her skirts and hurried to attend her champion.

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Kissing at the Carnival

Unable to decide, she showed both to the lazily judging cat lounging on her bed. “This is…?” it asked. “Date two.” Indigo.

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Hot Tubs

Strawberry, the first mermaid to live in Peyroux, the vast majority of the community into believing mermaids need a hot, bubbling pool of water to remain warm and toasty throughout the winter.

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