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Trent Tokens Presents: True Dungeon History 1 year 2 months ago #301

Trent wrote: Who knows what this is?

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Your finger?

Or maybe your finger holding an old-timey ornate cigarette holder ring like the one Norma Desmond (Gloria Swanson) used in Sunset Boulevard that was adapted to hold Mentos but this particular Mento is really old and starting to mold--not unlike Norma's mind?

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Trent Tokens Presents: True Dungeon History 1 year 2 months ago #302

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Druegar wrote:

Trent wrote: Who knows what this is?

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Your finger?

Or maybe your finger holding an old-timey ornate cigarette holder ring like the one Norma Desmond (Gloria Swanson) used in Sunset Boulevard that was adapted to hold Mentos but this particular Mento is really old and starting to mold--not unlike Norma's mind?

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I'm going to go put this in Coca Cola and see what happens.

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Trent Tokens Presents: True Dungeon History 1 year 1 month ago #303

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Trent Tokens Presents: True Dungeon History

Who knows what this is?

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Trent Tokens Presents: True Dungeon History 1 year 1 month ago #304

it is a trinket from the lost island of "illokenhona".
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Trent Tokens Presents: True Dungeon History 1 year 1 month ago #305

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smakdown wrote: it is a trinket from the lost island of "illokenhona".


You don't get a vote!

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Trent Tokens Presents: True Dungeon History 1 year 1 month ago #306

Trent wrote: Who knows what this is?

It's a doughnut that went bad and eventually petrified. Thousands of years later, someone found it and decided it was pretty enough to fashion it into a necklace. ;)
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Druegar wrote:

Trent wrote: Who knows what this is?

It's a doughnut that went bad and eventually petrified. Thousands of years later, someone found it and decided it was pretty enough to fashion it into a necklace. ;)


So close! :)

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Trent Tokens Presents: True Dungeon History 1 year 1 month ago #308

It is a token holder worn by the Moon Goddess . . . the twelve phases of the moon are symbolized by the circles . . . the ruler of the Euphrates Planetary system claims the design was created in his world to symbolize the twelve planets surrounding their sun.

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John Ohlinger (Salsa John) wrote: It is a token holder worn by the Moon Goddess . . . the twelve phases of the moon are symbolized by the circles . . . the ruler of the Euphrates Planetary system claims the design was created in his world to symbolize the twelve planets surrounding their sun.


I guess...you could use it for that. :)

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Trent Tokens Presents: True Dungeon History 1 year 1 month ago #310

John Ohlinger (Salsa John) wrote: It is a token holder worn by the Moon Goddess . . . the twelve phases of the moon are symbolized by the circles . . . the ruler of the Euphrates Planetary system claims the design was created in his world to symbolize the twelve planets surrounding their sun.


...and they lived on the island of illokenhona? :whistle:
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Trent Tokens Presents: True Dungeon History 1 year 1 month ago #311

This is the reward for Level 10. Holds a Token. At least I think that's what Jeff was going on about during the PAX interview.
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Fizzikx wrote: This is the reward for Level 10. Holds a Token. At least I think that's what Jeff was going on about during the PAX interview.


These were handed out with something MUCH different than the Level 10 reward.

If you want to see the Level 10 reward, David was wearing one in a picture I showed during the last YouTube show I interviewed him on, and you can also see it being announced at around 18:20 in the below interview with Jeff.

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