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The Pretty Girl Reviewer
Oft called a, “Dungeons and Dragons Evangelist”, The Pretty Girl believes everyone should be playing D&D and therefore accommodates her interpretation of modules to the possibility that there should be a player group and GM who could derive value from a module… unless it is quite bad.
The major difference between The Pretty Girl and Bryce in interpretation is that she prizes substance over creativity: she’s very busy and likes to buy modules to make running games easier.
She likes: Second Edition modules, Third Edition play style, Fifth Edition rules, playing a Bard, running games for new players, Demon Lord, and painting minis.