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Intestinal parasites - The Daily Spelunk


4:30 PM on 09.20.2013



In today's Daily Spelunk, we witness a little reversal of fortunes. Jordan used a lot of resources early in his run and wound up in a precarious position upon arriving in an unexpectedly hostile Black Market. Meanwhile, as I decide to switch up my usual strategy in anticipation of future violence, I make my way into the innards of a worm. Delightful.

We also want to make sure to give a shout-out to Simon Beaudoin, who provided us with the incredibly awesome art you'll see in this episode. I'll be making said art available for your personal use, if you're so inclined, tomorrow when we post our final episode of The Daily Spelunk






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