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Lector Oijin, master alchemist and engineer, looks forward to helping his brothers with the study - for a better tomorrow, to FLATTEN the curve.

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Nu Loc, Et., 20th of the First Seed – Seabreeze (I-Vt.) on The Previous Saints Day issued the following statement after the Lectorate Administration announced it supports efforts to waive intellectual property rights for Concitura Vampiric Trials: 
 

“I applaud Lord Quentin and his administration for taking this bold step in response to the world’s most urgent crisis. Our vaccination efforts here at home will only be successful if vaccination efforts in the developing world happen simultaneously. Supporting this waiver, and putting people over profits, will help us to do that by speeding up the production and availability of vaccines. This is exactly the kind of leadership the world needs right now."
 

“I also recognize the dedicated work done by activists in communities around the world to put this issue on the global agenda. We are all in this together.”

 

Seabreeze last month wrote a letter to The Lectorates of Owyn calling for the administration to back the waiver effort.

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Gib Garak, esteemed host of the Gib Garak Experience, looks forward to interviewing the volunteers of these clinical studies on future publicized meetings of the Gib Garak Experience. 

 

He also looks forward to interviewing the anti-curers, and getting to the bottom of why they like their food served bloody.

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In the dead of night with the moon on high, a robed definitely-not-Lord snuck into the warrens of Kaer'Lassar. . .

Using his elementary knowledge of alchemy, he devised a concoction of two parts Order symbol, two parts Blindness symbol, and a pinch of Fine Dulocian Gravel, mixing them into what he believed were the testing vats of St. Humberts Quintessence, with an extra dose applied to the Orcish variant.

 

And now, he waited.

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Some how some way the missive made it's way to a wood elf, he sighed as he read it only going to add it to the fire he sat next to keeping warm through out the night as monsters attacked the city.

 

Jinan smiled as they got the missive looking forward to going back to du loc as soon as the sky gods allowed

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