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« on: June 05, 2014, 08:32:31 am »
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 [hello]w Kiss Hello me and my group are digging for a gold and its already quiet deep down  we've encountered a lot of marker  red stone,rocks with shapes , a steel pipe a rope and a lot more . and now were working on  a sticky sand like it was mixed with some adhesive  that its really hard to break with chisel . just wanna ask  if we've already passed by the item or what? and what does the sticky sand indicates?

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