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One Morning in Yangon: Part 1


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I like the subtle background hints at Lovecraftian tie-ins, that keeps me on my toes
Thanks. This whole thing started with some conversations and thought experiments with fenwick about topics such as
"How could you have a protestant reformation in a cthulhu cult"
"could a cthulhu cult be a functional society"\

Oh and I have enjoyed the idea of a guy in a lovecraftianish society who really does not turn up to services often.

And stuff like that.
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