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Funny Covenants in a Nutshell Machinima

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The Shadowlands Covenant experience is a unique one and Captain Grim took a shot at capturing the essence of each one in this machinima, coming across some pretty solid truths and giving us a glimpse behind the scenes of the ancient Kyrian Maw Walker-grabbing techniques. While there's some slightly cringy parts, overall it's a pretty funny video with some deeply disturbing parts as well, so make sure to watch until the end (or at least until the end of the Night Fae).

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