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current08:33, September 7, 2012Thumbnail for version as of 08:33, September 7, 2012327 × 197 (15 KB)VvAnarchangelvV (wall | contribs)Own screenshot This image is derived from the game Planescape Torment; the copyright for it is owned by Interplay or the artist(s) which produced the artwork in question. A portion of the entire image is used, to represent the subject of the article,...