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The Egypt Game Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Egypt

Egypt is a land where anything can happen. It's housed in a storage yard in back of the Professor's shop, A-Z Antiques, Curios, and Used Merchandise. A lean-to provides the basis for the "temple" where ceremonies and chants are conducted in The Egypt Game.

In the lean-to are altars and offerings to the gods: Isis, Nefertiti, Set, and Thoth. Each altar is decorated with jewels, flowers, and incense. Just about anything one of the Egyptians can get their hands on is used to its fullest advantage.

Costumes are also stored there, as well as the secret scrolls upon which all of the rites and ceremonies are written down. Also stored is the list of special Egyptian names with corresponding symbols for all of the Egyptians including the special hieroglyphic alphabet constructed by them.

After the attack on April, the land of Egypt - once entered through a...

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