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The Grue crossing signs proved an effective way to prepare drivers for an encounter.
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|current||21:19, April 15, 2006||430 × 567 (88 KB)||MoneySign||Reverted to earlier revision|
|21:54, April 6, 2006||430 × 567 (88 KB)||Kaizer the Bjorn|
|21:53, April 6, 2006||430 × 567 (88 KB)||Kaizer the Bjorn|
|02:25, April 6, 2006||430 × 567 (86 KB)||Kaizer the Bjorn||The grue crossing signs proved an effective way to prepare drivers for an encounter.|
|02:23, April 6, 2006||430 × 567 (76 KB)||Kaizer the Bjorn|
|02:05, April 6, 2006||430 × 567 (87 KB)||Kaizer the Bjorn||Although the signs put up to warn drivers of nearby Grues were well intentioned, they proved useless seeing as a grue could kill a driver even without the element of surprise.|