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The Nethack Incubus and Succubus FAQ -- Ray Chason Information sites
         Ray Chason, also known as Lee Jackson Beauregard, has written a small spoiler on how to get the most out of an encounter with an incubus or succubus. This is available on Sascha's and Ralph's site, but by mistake has also found its way into Games Domain's official FAQ directory. It still is an interesting spoiler, though.
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