"What Flagrent Impudence! 101 Limericks about King Irovetti"

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"What Flagrent Impudence! 101 Limericks about King Irovetti" is a book in Pathfinder: Kingmaker.

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Author: Linzi the Outrageously Irreverent


Shrike Hills Publishing

"There once was a power-mad king

Who thought his good taste was the thing

That would bring him to fame

And cover his shame

For failing to make some offspring.

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There once was a king who was wacky

And honestly quite a bit tacky

His offense to taste

Required a mace

Used against him by some sort of lackey

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Irovetti, he loves color orange

He's puny and lacks a mite's courage

He counts all his silver

And secretly quivers

In his castle behind a large dirt henge

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When trying to rhyme Irovetti


I felt like a two-headed ettin.

With confetti as much overused as yeti

Gotta scramble for something more pretty

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He rules the great King Irovetti

Just saying his name makes me sweaty

His taste weird and gaudy

And overly bawdy

And also he's terribly petty"