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Quick Legal Blurb:
Earth Unmasked is Copyright © 2000, 2001 by Joseph W. Teller. You are free to use it, share it withyour friends, run games using it, and distribute it to strangers so long as you are not making a profitoff of it financially in any way. If you want to sell it or otherwise make money from it you mustcontact Joseph Teller ( firstname.lastname@example.org)and acquire his written permission to do so.
Artwork within this work is either : public domain, acquired thru our account withwww.arttoday.com (and used with the permission of the licensing from them), or created by us and/orfriends, unless otherwise noted. If a copyright notice appears with a piece of art you MUST contactthe artist involved for permission to use the artwork commercially separately. If you are an artistwhose work has been mistakenly included please contact the author and we will gladly label it as yourproperty, or remove it, depending on your desires.There are no warranties, guarantees or promises in regards to this work and its suitability to performany function or serve any purpose. All portrayals of organizations, characters, persons, countries orlaws of magic and physics are purely fictional and any resemblance to anything in the real universeis a fluke of probability and synchronicity and is not intended to offend directly, libel, slander, or beoverly accurate in any way. (Though some may be the results of typos, errors, intentionalparody/humor or the fact that computers are servants of Eris and will carry out her will no matterwho writes the software, presses the keys or plays with the pointing device).
Thanks as usual to Kiralee McCauley and Cynthia Shettle, who have had to suffer thru my creativeprocess and who have contributed numerous hours of their time putting up with my personalexplorations, rants, boring lectures, and occasional late dinners.Thanks also to the Playtesting group : The Western Avenue Irregulars (Ian, Ben, Thomas, Kiralee,Cindy, Greg, Ted etc.)
This is a Beta Release of the setting and subject to change or expansion. It suffers from someorganizational problems and is not purely linear in nature. Anyone want to be an unpaid editor let meknow.Additionally although humor is used in the presentation players should take the setting at least semi-seriously to avoid their characters getting killed (This is NOT a cartoon based roleplaying game. Donot drop anvils on the heads of others, throw them off cliffs, or go jumping from planes withoutparachutes as you can and will go *splat!* and not come back from the dead.)