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Jolanda Swan
Jolanda Swan
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14 days ago
Three parties, three masks, three incredible hosts; what was your personal favorite?

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the old man
the old man
Posts: 77

14 days ago
st dunstines candles for moves of the game yes pleas
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Jolanda Swan
Jolanda Swan
Posts: 1542

14 days ago
St Dunstan's too for me: the Saturnine Duke was charming and I loved the "fast options": dancing with him and confessing.
Plus it's scandal. The most innocent of vices in FL.

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Misfortune
Misfortune
Posts: 13

14 days ago
Pavillion of Butterflies for me; who doesn't like getting high on Nightmares?
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phryne
phryne
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14 days ago
I guess I liked the Pavilion best.

It probably says a lot about Hallowmas in Fallen London if an abandoned shipwreck is the least disturbing setting Big Grin

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Siankan
Siankan
Posts: 894

14 days ago
I loved the Pavilion best, I think, though the good Professor would probably have spent more time on St. Elmo if the efficiency of the Pavilion had not been a wee bit better. I thought that all three were beautifully done, and I agree with Phryne wholeheartedly.

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Catherine Raymond
Catherine Raymond
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14 days ago
The Pavilion was the creepiest, but the St. Elmo was to me the least objectionable. Pity I chose the Moth; that meant I spent most of my time at the Pavilion. And it would have been nice to have His Amused Lordship as a host!
edited by cathyr19355 on 11/11/2019

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c-schroed
c-schroed
Posts: 8

14 days ago
I liked the Pavillion of Butterflies the most. A great atmosphere, suitably unsettling, but not bluntly scary. Beautifully written. St Dunstan's follows in second place, as it seemed to be the most entertaining revel, for me.

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The Great Cornholio
The Great Cornholio
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11 days ago
St Dunstan's most definitively. Decor, vice and activities struck the best balance in my humble opinion.

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