Dear Dayton, What’s with all this love for bacon, yet not a peep for sausage? What the fuck? Pork sausage, turkey sausage, spicy, mild, hot sausage…so many things you can do with it. But bacon gets all the love? Why?
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Dear Dayton: When it comes to original character creation, what in your opinion is it that makes a character interesting? Which parts of the process do you enjoy and which do you dread the most when creating a character? Which
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