Zack: Another big "Sure, why not?" for the Grimbor Ape-Men.
Steve: I mean, when I think South America, I think minotaur gorillas being added to the party.
Zack: I will admit, if you piled up all the Rifts source books and mined them for every stupid throwaway character class they just jam into random books, you could come up with some hilarious parties.
Steve: That sounds like a challenge. We have almost every Rifts book at our fingertips. Let's do this.
Zack: Augh, no, I don't want to run a Rifts game.
Steve: We don't have to run a game, let's just make the most ridiculous parties. Four characters each. See who can come up with the stupider group.
Zack: Alright. You're on.
Steve: See you next time!
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