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SUMMER CHALLENGE 2017 > 20.8 - Nickels & Dimes - Nick KY's Task: Dark Age Wonder

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20.8 - Nickels and Dimes - Nick KY’s Task: Dark Age Wonder

One of our Medieval Wonders, the Roman Colosseum, was actually more active in the Dark Ages. Opened in AD 80, it ceased to be used for entertainment in the early Middle Ages and therefore spanned the Dark Age period for its various entertainment uses (often which were very dark themselves).

For this task, read one book whose title/subtitle contains the letters DARK. The letters may be altogether in one word, or in various words split between the title and/or subtitle as recorded on GR.

Although I do not like the format myself, I like to give folks who enjoy adult graphic novels, comics, etc. the opportunity to use them in an SRC task, so…

Books whose main page lists any of these genres: Sequential Art, Comics, Comic Book, or Manga may be used for this task.

However…
This is a “Dark” task, so no book with the main page genre Children or Kids may be used.


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Siobhan Johnson | 260 comments I'm pretty sure I get this, but Real Life is being hella brain melty (ugh) at the moment so I thought I'd double check just to make sure. Cold-Hearted Rake Would count for this because it contains all the letters found in DARK in the title, right?


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Nick (doily) | 2401 comments Siobhan wrote: "I'm pretty sure I get this, but Real Life is being hella brain melty (ugh) at the moment so I thought I'd double check just to make sure. Cold-Hearted Rake Would count for this beca..."

Correct.


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