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2009-04-29 18:49:27
2009-04-29 18:49:27

First, when you're out of your Hiding Place, search for ANY family member(s), then wait intill Fire-Trucks, Police Cars, etc. arrives, and then ask them to dig ANY family member that is underneth. There's not much to do after this

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