A Play of Dux Moraud
Performing at the wedding of Sir Edmund Deneby's daughter, the player Joliffe has another task to perform—as a spy. As he uncovers the secrets of the Denebys' sordid history, it becomes clear that this wedding celebration is destined to end in tragedy.
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The players are finally beginning to reap some of the rewards of having Lord Lovell as a sponsor, but along with the rewards come some obligations they were not expecting. They are sent as a gift to a ... Read full review
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