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1 Mercutio: Hmm. "Magic: the Gathering", "Hunter: the Reckoning", "Mage: the Awakening". There are lots of fantasy games named as "Noun: the Verb".
2 Shakespeare: That really should be "Noun: the Gerunding".
3 Ophelia: "Gerund" isn't a verb to be... um... gerunded.
4 Mercutio: You can gerund any verb!
4 Shakespeare: But only after verbing the noun.
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A gerund in English is a noun formed from a verb by the addition of the ending -ing, and possibly some subordinate qualifier words to form a noun phrase.
Well, that's the gist of it anyway. The Wikipedia article goes into a whole bunch ofother details that frankly make my eyes glaze over.
Eyes: the Glazing. Look for it at your friendly local game store soon.
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