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    WOSSNAME - DECEMBER 2007 -- PART 3 OF 3 (continued) ... oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ====Part 3 - HOROSCOPE, AND CLOSE 12) HOROSCOPE,
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 23, 2007
      WOSSNAME - DECEMBER 2007 -- PART 3 OF 3 (continued)

      ====Part 3 - HOROSCOPE, AND CLOSE

      13) CLOSE



      Hoki the Jokester 22 Dec - 20 Jan

      Born-unders commonly known as: Hokians
      fruit: cucumber
      colour: melon green
      number: 7/12ths
      letter: F
      matching Agatean sign: the Bonsai Mountain
      known to influence: eyes, brain, navel, sixth sense
      traditional Sign of: highwaymen, Grand Viziers, systems
      administrators and extremely powerful witches

      Hoki is considered a "lucky" Sign; typical Hokians are brooders and
      deep thinkers, magically adept and sometimes shy, and can be
      arrogant (though less so than Hoggers...but then *anyone else* is
      less arrogant than a Hogger).


      The Rather Large Gazunda 21 Jan - 18 Feb

      Born-unders commonly known as: Gazundians, or sometimes Potties
      fruit: banananana
      colour: bone
      number: 6ft 7ft 8ft bunch
      letter: L
      matching Agatean sign: the Barking Mad Dog
      known to influence: lips, abdominal muscles, pectorals
      traditional Sign of: Seamstresses, subversives, female adventurers,
      exotic dancers, naturists

      Gazundians are typically free spirits, unfettered by the binding
      conventions of a repressive society; iconoclasts in general, they
      are also sometimes loners.


      Lesser Umbrage 19 Feb - 20 Mar

      Born-unders commonly known as: Umbragians
      fruit: wahoonie
      colour: black
      number: 7+1
      letter: U
      matching Agatean sign: Beti, the Exotic Dancer
      known to influence: heart, wrists, hindbrain
      traditional Sign of: Cunning Artisans, seamstresses (note
      lowercase), weavers, surgeons, thieves, counterfeiters, Royal
      craftsmen, minstrels, troubadours

      Umbragians are typically clever-fingered and artistic, with keen
      eyesight and a good grasp of spatial perception. They are very good
      at finding their way into locked rooms, and have a natural "nose"
      for treasure, especially in liquid forms!


      13) SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!

      And that wraps up Volume 10 of WOSSNAME. Ten years and we ate'nt
      dead yet! One more time, we wish you all the best of the Hogswatch
      season, and look forward to informing and entertaining you again in
      2008. May your butter always churn and may your scumble never
      weaken. "Weeee'lll meet again, dinnae where, dinnae..." -- oh wait,
      that's not scumble, it's Special Sheep Liniment...

      -- Annie Mac


      End of Part 3.
      If you did not get all three parts, write: interact@...
      Copyright (c) 2007 by Klatchian Foreign Legion
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