Trash Can, Bonegnawer Ragabash

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Sebastian Meusel

And again one of my own Characters. I loved playing him, actually he was my second Werewolf Character baaack with teh first Edition... He was a freak and owned nothing ´cept for an old Motorcycle wich he drove expertly... if it drove at all... But notice the spelling : Trash Can!! ;o))


Published More than a year ago

Category Horror



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