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G is for Galno.
I actually had to look at old notebooks in order to write this post. I’d created the Galno almost a decade ago and a lot of what went into it had gotten lost in the fog of time. Also, I hadn’t really kept record of where I got the inspiration from, so I had to Google a lot of it… And search through my books on folklore.
It sounds like a lot of work, and it was, but I think I have a better appreciation of the race now that I went through all the research and planning again.
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