The thinnest books in the Dunshelm Library

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The Sanctity Of Never Having My Hair Cloned By Online Gameshows, by Marge Simpson.
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Mirror, Mirror On The Wall, by the set designer for season 8.

The Encyclopaedia Of Sarcasm, by Grimaldine.

Keep The Fourth Wall Sacred, by Treguard, with foreword by Pickle the Elf.

Character, by Ellie.

The Little Book Of Cool, by the Stone Salamander's Head.

Always Live By The Family Name, by Julian Smith.

Everything I Know I Learned From Listening To My Master, by Neddy.

I Ain't Afraid O' No Ghost, by dungeoneer Claire from team 2, season 2.

Spiders? Wimps!, by dungeoneer Nicky from team 3, season 4.

A Bit Of Darkness Never Hurt Anyone, by dungeoneer Steven from team 12, season 2 (with contributions by dungeoneer Nicola, from team 2, season 7).
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Leaping To Victory by Stuart Ashens.

Enthusiastic Acting by Dan Howell and Phil Lester.

(If these guys ever read this, I'll be mortified O_O ;D )
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Whoo! Ice cruel! I'm new to being a member here. Hello all!

Sorry if this idea has been already spoken, but how about "My successful spyglass view kills" by Lord Fear?

It would be a different story if he tried harder. ;)
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Hi Aesstagg, welcome to the forum! :)
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Cheers, Canadanne! Thanks for your welcome. :green:

I got inspired to join after watching episodes of knightmare on the web.
Knightmare is an ice cold boss show! I used to watch it in the 00's on challenge.

I wasn't sure if people come here to post still... So it's wonderful someone replied! :D

More Books -

"Where am I?" by Treguard
"I grant you 3 wishes" by Majida
"My journey to Cash My Gold" by the Boatman.
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Welcome aboard, Aesstagg. I don't think we've had that one before, no.

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haha, yes... Cheers for that too.

"The ironically thick book of this thread" itself is not
a book that is easy to digest in one day. ;) Still though,
I did read few a few posts in here, just not every single one.

Until next time, I'll read "how to fly" by festus the dog. Muahahaha!

Thanks for the welcome, all... And the advice. :P
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My Friends In The Dungeon by Lord Fear

Just a title page and 3 blank pages ;D

Also Best Ways to Make New Friends by Elita that rude cavern elf ;D

Which is also just a title page and three blank pages. lol. ;D
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A close shave, by Treguard.

Learn to be at peace with yourself, by Bhal-Shebah.

How to avoid over-rating yourself, by Firestorm Of Marblehead.

A most animated reaction, by Owen the dragon.

The art of never getting in a flap, by Smirkenorff.

Approachability, a collaborative work by the Snap Dragons.

An Englishman's home is his castle, by Black McGrew.

Eternally buoyant, by the Red Dragon.

Hospitality, by the Gruagach.

Naming babies, by Granitas.

Complacency, by Velda.

Zen & the art of focusing on priorities, by Mellisandre.

Athletics, a collaboration by the Cavernwights.

The Cedric book of IQ-testing riddles.

Developing a relaxed attitude to body image, by Lillith.

Mood music as an art form, by the composer of the Knightmare V/R theme.

The Grimwold family book of vegetarian recipes.
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HStorm wrote: 28 Sep 2020, 22:45 The Grimwold family book of vegetarian recipes.

I think TQ confirmed that Young Grimwold is a vegetarian, so that one might actually work!
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You're quite right.

Posing deathly perils, by the Level 1 snake.

How to run a happy TV studio, by Treguard and Majida.
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