Lost Ring Found

September 21, 1937 ·

A lost ring is found near the Misty Mountains. If you want to lay claim to the ring, write a thorough description in the comments below. Be particular, since the ring has certain unusual traits, and we will put extra weight to your claim if you properly describe these.

If you are small, creepy, and have about three strands of hair on your head, we will not consider your inquiry. We simply don’t believe the “precious” little ring is yours!

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