Players and Troupe
Troupe noun - An organized group of stage performers.
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Nearby Word: trouper
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- The troupe stops in a small town somewhere, a place they have been before, as the players are recognized as they get off the train.
Source: Film / A Story of Floating Weeds
- The way players play the game ranges from "Medieval European Fantasy" to "vaguely sci-fi." Shout-Out: The "X-wockee" pet species is a Shout-Out to the Jabbawockeez dance troupe.
Source: Roleplay / The Lands Of Evelon
- Being Catholic was, in itself, a capital offense for most if not all of his lifetime, and he worked in the serving levels of the courts of both Elizabeth I and James I (the players company he was part of was the official court theater troupe).
Source: Naughty Nuns
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