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A amall town on [[The Sto Plains Line]] in betwen [[Hapley]] and [[Huddle]] that is a centre of the worm-breeding and worm-herding industries. (A necessary supporting industry to the dominant [[Cabbage]]-growing agrobusiness.) It hosts a shrine to [[Aniger]], Goddess of things that get run over by carts, and has a wealth of local knowledge about recognising edible track-kill and the thousand and one recipes for turning Nature's inadvertant bounty into something nutritious. Aniger is worshipped here once a year on her feast-day. It is wise not to speculate on what went into the feast. Accomodation and non-wriggling drinks may be obtained at the [[Worm-Herder's Arms]].  
A small town on [[The Sto Plains Line]] in betwen [[Hapley]] and [[Huddle]] that is a centre of the worm-breeding and worm-herding industries. (A necessary supporting industry to the dominant [[Cabbage]]-growing agrobusiness.) It hosts a shrine to [[Aniger]], Goddess of things that get run over by carts, and has a wealth of local knowledge about recognising edible track-kill and the thousand and one recipes for turning Nature's inadvertant bounty into something nutritious. Aniger is worshipped here once a year on her feast-day. It is wise not to speculate on what went into the feast. Accomodation and non-wriggling drinks may be obtained at the [[Worm-Herder's Arms]].  


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Latest revision as of 08:11, 8 March 2017

A small town on The Sto Plains Line in betwen Hapley and Huddle that is a centre of the worm-breeding and worm-herding industries. (A necessary supporting industry to the dominant Cabbage-growing agrobusiness.) It hosts a shrine to Aniger, Goddess of things that get run over by carts, and has a wealth of local knowledge about recognising edible track-kill and the thousand and one recipes for turning Nature's inadvertant bounty into something nutritious. Aniger is worshipped here once a year on her feast-day. It is wise not to speculate on what went into the feast. Accomodation and non-wriggling drinks may be obtained at the Worm-Herder's Arms.