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Pathfinder Dogslicer Ale T-Shirt Heather
Drink the Beer!
Debuting as part of our partnership with Scotty's Brewhouse for GenCon 2013, this t-shirt features a wicked awesome goblin brandishing his favorite weapon—better drink down the tasty brew that is his namesake before he gets you! The front of the shirt says "Scotty's Brewhouse" on the upper left torso, the Paizo Publishing logo on the right sleeve, and the Pathfinder Dogslicer Ale logo design on the back of the t-shirt. This screen-printed 100% cotton t-shirt is designed to last for years.
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