Gnomes and Their Antagonists – Episode 29

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Elves and Friends - Episode 17

This week Meg and Kiran are back with the natural enemies of each avatar. All the avatars have some common ground, but there are some that hold too many opposite traits and they can be quite toxic to each other. And Gnomes are very unique and dynamic and perhaps have all kinds of antagonists to a world that doesn’t really understand the charm and magnificence of these grumpy cool cats! 

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