Ganeodiyo Lodge #417 2009 NOAC S27

New IssueUnfortunately, I won’t be at NOAC this time around, but I do have some more information to share on various New York NOAC issues. Keep me in mind if you find something I don’t have listed on the blog.

Matt Crance sends along a scan of the sew-out of the artists rendition from a previous post.

Ganeodiyo Lodge #417 2009 NOAC S27

Ganeodiyo Lodge #417 2009 NOAC S27

Blue book style stats:
S27 BLK R M/C DTQ BLK FDL; WHT WWW DTQ Goodbye Ganeodiyo NOAC 2009

This may well be the last patch issued by Ganeodiyo.  It is currently still a need.



Man is equally incapable of seeing the nothingness from which he emerges and the infinity in which he is engulfed.
Blaise Pascal
French mathematician, physicist (1623 – 1662)

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