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    [...] “Etiquette?” you say? “What is this, a tea party?” Yes, there are standards of behavior to help keep everyone safe and not creeped out, and you should familiarize yourself with both general standards and the specific house rules before you attend. You can find two good basic guides to dungeon etiquette here and here. [...]

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