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Crows/CwC observation (very minor "not really a" spoiler)

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I know my absences from the game put me behind on the latest quests, but I am so happy to see the Blackfeather Court as a returning group of characters. Always like seeing them when taking a new character through the Crow's Wood public dungeon in Stonefalls.

*compiles a list of other npcs that have yet to return for DLC/Chapters, such as Dringoth, who I hope somehow shows up this summer*
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These are meant as reminders for me, but feel free to borrow them for yourself.
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