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Old 03-08-2009, 10:17 PM   #1
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attempt horribly failed.

well i decided to frag my branching hammer.... and failed horribly... 2 heads cracked and broke right down the center. now from what ive read this SHOULD nuke those pieces... but i decided hey whats the harm and put them back in the tank... now all 4 pieces of the 2 heads are opened... fully extended and ive seen one sting a mushroom with its sweepers.... does this mean they might survive? should they reopen if i screwed up this bad?

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