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Jon Biegalski 17 posts 0 comments
A non-binary ludomancy witch and a games consultant at a technical university. Loves playing and creating indie games. Also enjoys wrestling, RPGs and KeyForge. They/Them.
Favourite game of the year: Sayonara Wild Hearts
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