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1. Sport Valley 94 routes in Crag

Summary:
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seasonality
Mostly Sport

Long/Lat: 30.344143, -25.649242

Description:

Sport Valley is the little valley on your left when you approach the main gate of the Elandskrans Mountain Resort. Some of the climbs here are of top quality, some real gems. The Coven has a handful of 5-star classics and Flying Is Fun is possibly the best crag for very easy routes (8 to 12).

Access Issues: inherited from Waterval Boven

Best is by car but see bus info below. There is actually no need at all to venture into Johannesburg itself (not that it‟s such a bad place, some people love it!). From Johannesburg airport (O R Tambo International) take the R21 south for a few kilometers then the N12 east towards Witbank, which becomes the N4. These are excellent highways and within two hours (several kilometers after the second toll gate) the turn-off to Waterval Boven is reached on the right. Note: the highway splits into two

1.5 kilometres after the second toll gate. Both are still signed N4 Nelspruit, but only one of them passes Boven! Keep straight, don‟t take the left fork, many first time visitors make the mistake of going left which leads in completely the wrong direction!

The expensive toll gate just before Boven can be fairly easily avoided by turning off (right) at Machadodorp, approximately 15 kilometres before Boven. Drive into Machadodorp then take the tar road towards Badplaas (signed) for approx 13 kms, then turn left towards „Nkmomati Mine‟. After 3.2 kms turn left onto a gravel road signed Waterval Boven. Keep on this, keeping left at the fork at 6.5 kms, the road leads past the Tranquilitas Adventure farm and the Wonderland crags and after another 8 kilometres or so into Boven town, about 10-15 minutes later than if you had gone through the toll. If it‟s been raining very heavily this road can be unpassable in a normal car, however it dries very quickly (within a few hours).

Once in Boven, Roc „n Rope Adventures is easily found, on the opposite corner is the Shamrock Arms pub. Stop in and say “howzit” and get directions, either to the Climbers‟ Lodge or to Tranquilitas. While in town pick up some beer and some cheap (but excellent) steak and boerewors from the butcher (Slaghuis), be sure to ask for the climbers‟ discount.

There are a couple of shuttle-bus services that leave/return to Joburg once a day. At the time of writing „Jereh‟ will drop you off at roc and rope. Contact them on 082 378 3614; they will soon have a website. The other service is the Lowveld Link

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(www.lowveldlink.com) but they only drop at the Boven turn off from the N4 but its only 1-2 kms from there to Roc and Rope. Expect to pay between R 300 and 400 return.

1.1. The Pasture 14 routes in Cliff

Summary:
Mostly Sport
Description:

Some pleasant but very short climbs.

Approach:

A. Park at the Elandskrans reception area, as described for The Restaurant. Walk west through the resort until you see the old put-put (crazy golf) course. 20 metres or so left of this is a good trail leading down gently into the valley, you will see the small crags of the pasture facing you. Cross over the stream and up to the base of the crag.

B. Park INSIDE the ACRA retreat – just ring the bell and the owners will welcome you. Be sure to have a beer on the deck afterwards, its stunning.. From the house, walk towards Elandskrans Resort for 120 metres, down and then left to the base of the crags.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * The Crack

The first route is at the left of the face just south of the fence. Using the bolts on the face to the right, climb the crack and finish left up the pillar to the long chains.

FA: Rupert Leigh, 1994

14Sport 5
2 * Smoking Grass

Climb the face just right of THE CRACK. A short traverse to the right may be needed halfway up the route.

FA: Rupert Leigh, 1994

17Sport 5
3 Milkman

Climb the face just left of the arete.

FA: C Kenmuir & G Kenmuir, 1994

18Sport 5
4 Gas

Stay on the arete through overlap.

FA: C & G Kenmuir, 1994

18Mixed 4
5 Fluffy and Moo Cow

Climb face between arete and tree.

FA: J Orton, 1994

17Mixed 5
6 ** Khanyisile

Fine balancy moves up the steep wall partway up the gulley.

FA: Gustav Janse van Rensburg, 1994

20Sport 5
7 * Cowlick

Uses unusual holds up the pockmarked line left of the arete.

FA: Ruth Ferreira, 1994

19Sport 6
8 * Cowabunga

Line of bolts through roof. Exit up crack.

FA: Glenn Harrison & Jacques Holland, 1994

22Sport 6
9 * Cowboys

Starts left of, and shares 2 bolts on STARGRAZER.

FA: Glenn Harrison & Jacques Holland, 1994

20Sport 5
10 * Stargrazer

Starts in crack with chockstone. Pull straight up from underneath the bulge.

FA: Gustav Janse van Rensburg, 1994

22Sport 6
11 * Gyppo-Guts

Starts at a hollow-topped stone. Follow crack to wide roof crack, using some cunning. Pull up to chains on the right.

FA: Gustav Janse van Rensburg, 1994

21Sport 5
12 * Imodium

Climb 3 bolts on GYPPO-GUTS; traverse right; pull bulge.

FA: Gustav Janse van Rensburg, 1994

22Sport 6
13 * Sir Christopher's Crack

The old trad line that now has bolts thanks to Chris.

FA: Chris Wynn, 1997

18Sport 6
14 * Abattoir

Cool extended boulder problem on the far right of the crag.

FA: Mike Behr, 1994

22Sport 5

1.2. The Coven 26 routes in Cliff

Summary:
Mostly Sport
Description:

When the climbers first arrived at the Coven, the candles and grafitti made them wonder what sort of ceremonies were conducted here. Probably just a Zionist clan… anyway, this crag hosts a few amazing technical climbs. This crag used to be one of the busiest around but these days it‟s quiet, break the trend and go tick the classics; Lucifer Goes to the Gunks, Screaming Demons and Shout at the Devil and plenty of others.

Approach:

A. Drive up the hill from Roc and Rope. 300 metres past the hospital there is a gravel road on the left leading down the ACRA Retreat Bed and Breakfast. Park INSIDE the ACRA retreat – just ring the bell and the owners will welcome you. Be sure to have a beer on the deck afterwards, its stunning.. From the house. walk down the hill a little then diagonally down left along the cliff top. Cross over a small stream before finding an obvious gulley. Scramble down here and follow a trail keeping left and along the base of the crag.

B. Approach as for Flying is Fun. Then walk down a trail at the base of the route Midnight Mission, turn left and over a huge flat rock. Pass through the stream and up the other side.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Mampoer

This climb is on the trail, 30 metres before the main crag is reached. Climbs the buttress just before a step leading up to the gulley.

FA: Darryl Margetts, 1996

18Sport 11
2 * Queen of the Night

The same as POD, but deviate neither to right nor left.

FA: Alison Cowley, 1995

24Sport 9
3 * Prince of Darkness

On the smooth brown wall at the left of the crag. At Bolt#2 up a seam on the right till this becomes too hard. Back to the middle (bolt#3 hard to clip) then up using the crack on the left. Maybe a bit easier if you're tall.

FA: Clive Curson, 1994

23Sport 9
4 ** Lucifer Goes to the Gunks

10m left of the lunch spot. Pull the roof on wild holds!

FA: Clive Curson, 1994

21Sport 12
5 *** Merci My Brother

A route with hangers just right of Lucifer and also sustained.

FA: Gustav Janse van Rensburg, 2000

26Sport 9
6 * 666

Takes the thin crackline a few meters left of the main cave, past some well jammed blocks through the overlap.

FA: Clive Curson, 1994

20Sport 12
7 * Eat Your Heart Out

5 bolts as for 666. Step right and break through the overlap near the right end (3-4m left of the BLACK MAGIC seam). Reachy.

FA: Clive Curson, 1994

25Sport 11
8 ** Black Magic

Clip 5 bolts up 666, traverse right to a beautiful seam through the headwall directly above the cave. Take 2-3 super long draws. It is quite possible to do the route on a 50m rope. Can be done as a 2 pitch mission.

FA: Clive Curson, 1994

21Sport 13
9 * See What Happens

This climb starts from a u-bolt and hanger placed just right of the start of the last pitch of black magic. One can first do BM to warm up on or climb in from the TTGTH traverse from the right.

FA: Gustav Janse van Rensburg, 2003

22Sport 6
10 * Dom Pedro

Clip first five bolts of THE PIT and move left, blast through the roof to the right of the BLACK MAGIC seam and up the open book corner. Take a couple of long slings.

FA: Jens Richter, 2000

27Trad
11 Open Project

he very steep bulge has a bolt in it and anchors and is open for anyone to try..if you feel inspired.

32Unknown Project
12 ** Tried to Go to Heaven...

A retro-bolted trad adventure. a) 17 (6D,A) Climb the PIT jamcrack just right of the cave to a stance. b) 20 (7D,A) Rail leftwards past the peapod to a stance. c) 21 (6D,A) Climb the BLACK MAGIC seam to the summit. Or just do it as one pitch with long slings and a 50m rope.

FA: Clive Curson, 1994

21Sport 16
13 * The Pit

The first pitch of TRIED TO GO TO HEAVEN. Climb the crack to lower-offs at a ledge. Don't blow the 3rd clip.

FA: Clive Curson, 1994

18Sport 6
14 ** Babies' Blood Gives Me Gas

The open book. A bolted trad-like classic.

FA: Clive & Barbara Curson, 1994

18Sport 11
15 ** Screaming Demons

The blunt arete just right of BBGMG.

FA: Glenn Harrison, 1994

24Sport 10
16 *** Shout At the Devil

Phenomenal climbing on the steep face 6m right of the BBGMG corner.

FA: Darryl Margetts, 1994

20Sport 12
17 * Helter Skelter

The thin looking face just left of the corner.

FA: Darryl Margetts, 1994

22Sport 12
18 * Howling in Hell

The left-facing corner and roof crack. More trad stuff.

FA: Clive Curson & Cathy O'Dowd, 1994

21Sport 12
19 * Howling in Hades

The right hand variation after the roof. Fingery.

FA: Clive Curson, 1994

23Sport 13
20 Mad Cow

Very height dependent. One move, one star!

FA: Darryl Margetts, 1996

23Sport 9
21 * Devil's Concubine

Starts 5m right of the HOWLING IN HADES corner. Good warm up route.

FA: Darryl Margetts & Andrew Lynch, 1994

16Sport 7
22 Devil's Disciple

Starts just right of DEVIL'S CONCUBINE up a vague corner. Pull the overlap and continue up the slab above to chains.

FA: Darryl Margetts, 1994

19Sport 9
23 ** Route of All Evil

This climbs the root-infested gulley 10m to the right of DD. Shares chains with DEVIL'S DISCIPLE. Expect to get your ropes damp in the wet season.

FA: Darryl Margetts, Greg Devine, 1995

10Sport 12
24 ** A La Carte

Starts up God of Small things then moves left then up on very small holds. Opened at 30! Alternative start bolted by A. Pedley, won‟t change the grade and nicer, being independent and direct. Opened at 30..! Needs a 2nd ascent.

FA: Jens Richter, 2003

32Sport
25 *** God of Small Things

Takes the line up the middle of the face on small holds. Superbly technical.

FA: Jens Richter, 2003

31Sport 12
26 ** Devil in a Cauldron

A fantastic line. Takes the right hand edge of the eye-catching face.

FA: Gunther Migeotte, 1994

28Sport 10

1.3. The Ivory Towers 6 routes in Cliff

Summary:
All Sport
Description:

Some climbs here are slightly exposed with a nice view over the valley below.

Approach:

Continue along to the right of the COVEN. After about 50 m along over some blocks these towers lie with fun moderate climbing.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Bolts from Hell

45m along from the last routes of the Coven. About 2m left of the arete on the middle tower. Sort of runout at the crux.

FA: Mike Behr, 1994

18Sport 10
2 * Salem

Starts in the corner right of the arete. After clipping the 2nd bolt, rail left just around the corner. Up to lower-offs.

FA: Mike Behr, 1994

19Sport 8
3 * Possessed

Starts 2m up the gulley. Climb to lower-offs.

FA: Mike Behr, 1994

19Sport 6
4 * Bad Omen

Climb 2m right of the last route to the same lower-offs.

FA: Mike Behr, 1994

19Sport 5
5 * Hot Stuff

Follow path 15m down. Climb the South-East face of the North Tower.

FA: Ruth Ferreira, 1994

18Sport 9
6 ** Exorcist

Climbs the fine line on the Northern face of the North Tower.

FA: Mike Behr, 1994

19Sport 9

1.4. Flying is Fun 32 routes in Cliff

Summary:
Mostly Sport
Description:

This crag offers fantastic sustained easy and moderate climbs. If only it was a bit taller…

Approach:

Park at the Elandskrans Reception, as described for The Restaurant. A good path leaves the Elandskrans Resort just by the corner of the basketball court (past the swimming pools). Walk along the trail over open rocky grassland heading in the direction of the township until you arrive at the cliff edge (from where the Coven can be seen on the other side of the valley). Go down and right about 10 metres and there is a scramble down. If you have dogs or non-climbing friends there is a less defined but easier path about 70m to the left when you arrive at the cliff edge.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Visions of Cosmic Doom

The arete at the bottom of the access gulley. A classic!

FA: Clive Curson, 1991

9Sport 7
2 * Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Takes in the hand crack 4m right of the VOCD. Uses the lower offs to the left or right.

FA: Clive Curson, 1991

12Sport 8
3 * MRI

The wide crack just right of TCM.

FA: Clive Curson, 1991

11Sport 8
4 ** Fly for Life

The recess just right. Shares 3 bolts with MRI. Can be awkward going right past the roof without technique. Trend back left to lower-off.

FA: Clive Curson, 1991

13Sport 7
5 ** Dwarf Tossing

The slab just right of the arete. Head for the arete after the 4th bolt. Going straight up the face is trickier.

FA: Clive Curson, 1992

22Sport 7
6 ** Rip

The prominent crackline, using the tree or traversing in under the roof to start.

FA: Clive Curson, 1991

21Sport 8
7 ** Rip Direct / Rest in Peace Direct

Direct start is 23/24 - height dependent.

FA: Clive Curson, 1993

23Sport 8
8 ** Midnight Mission

The seam 2m right of RIP, using anything. Climb only the seam for a somewhat more specific exercise.

FA: Clive Curson, 1991

18Sport 9
9 Floating on the Storm

Crackline just right of MM. Fine line but there is a great temptation to step right onto THERMAL'S block at the crux. Probably 18 if you're short.

FA: Clive Curson, 1992

16Sport 9
10 * Thermal

The easiest break in this area. Up the corner to a recess, using 5 bolts on FOTS. Step back left to FOTS lower-offs after surmounting the block.

FA: Clive Curson, 1991

11Sport 9
11 Blood in the Dust

Starts in the recess just right of THERMAL/FOTS. Pull through to a ledge. Continue up the recess and arete above. Go out right to STONE COLD'S finish.

FA: Clive Curson, 1991

13Sport 9
12 * Stone Cold

Takes the slanting crack just right of BITD. Continue up the arete and out right to the loweroffs at the high point.

FA: Clive Curson, 1991

15Sport 8
13 * Greatest Doctor in the Universe

Start up FROZEN FLESH'S crack. Move up left to climb the face just right of the arete. Finish at the same lower- offs as STONE COLD.

FA: Clive Curson & Barbara Marcus, 1992

21Sport 9
14 ** Frozen Flesh

Follows the crackline right of the arete into a shallow corner. Climb the face straight above.

FA: Clive Curson, 1991

24Sport 8
15 * Doa

The fierce-looking handcrack. Harder for midgets.

FA: Clive Curson, 1992

19Sport 8
16 * Blood Transfusion

Start up DYING TO FLY. Move 2m left at half height to a vague seam. Climb this.

FA: Clive Curson, 1992

20Sport 9
17 * Dying to Fly

The first right leaning crack off the ledge, about 6m right of DOA. A bouldery move to gain the slab.

FA: Clive Curson & Grant Murray, 1991

20Sport 8
18 * Three Blind Mice

The other right leaning crack - more technical but easier than DTF. Step right from the ledge - the first 5m are off-balance. Probably 19 if you work out the moves quickly.

FA: Clive Curson & Grant Murray, 1991

20Sport 8
19 * See How They Run

This is the direct start to THREE BLIND MICE, follow the crack from ground level.

FA: Clive Curson, 1993

21Unknown 9
20 * The Carving Knife

From the base of the THREE BLIND MICE crack, move diagonally right on the face to the 3rd bolt. Climb straight up, joining THREE BLIND MICE to the top.

FA: Clive Curson, 1995

20Sport 9
21 ** High Noon

4m right of the ledge edge. A bit reachy. There is a lot of climbing around the 4th bolt.

FA: Clive Curson, 1992

21Sport 7
22 ** Bolted Bones

The beautiful fingercrack 4m left of the corner. Start off a little ledge.

FA: Clive Curson, 1991

17Sport 6
23 * Recovery Room

The jamcrack/layback in the corner. Finishes up the face on the left wall.

FA: Clive Curson, 1991

14Sport 7
24 * Bridget Goes to Casualty

The short crack 3m right of RECOVERY ROOM'S corner.

FA: Clive Curson, 1993

15Sport 5
25 * Fly By Day

On face holds 1m left of FLY BY NIGHT; uses same recess in the upper reaches, and the same bolts throughout.

FA: Clive Curson, 1993

13Sport 6
26 * Fly By Night

Face move at left hand bolt line. Climb recess above.

FA: Clive Curson, 1991

14Sport 6
27 * Bridget Flies Again

Face move 2m right of FBN avoiding the corner. Uses BCA's bolts.

FA: Clive Curson, 1993

13Sport 6
28 * Bridget Climbs Again

Using the corner where needed and the same bolts.

FA: Clive Curson, 1991

8Sport 6
29 * Bolder Problem

The steep face on the boulder behind BRIDGET CLIMBS AGAIN. (Sandbagged and opened at 18!)

FA: Mike Cartwright, 1992

23Sport 5
30 *** Inspekteur Bliksem Neer / Inspector takes a big fall

The first route as you turn the corner to the left of LES TROIS MEUFS. Opened by one of the local Police officers.

FA: Alwyn Venter, 2001

15Sport 6
31 ** Les Trois Meufs

To the right behind BOLDER PROBLEM is another block. Climb the crack.

FA: Gustav Janse van Rensburg, 2001

12Sport 5
32 ** Pieter Stywe Sersant

The face right of the crack in the middle of the boulder.

FA: Johan Olivier & Deon Vermeulen, 2003

Sport 5

1.5. The Other Side 16 routes in Cliff

Summary:
Mostly Sport
Description:

A good crag to escape to if the masses have invaded Flying is Fun.

Approach:

Approach as per Flying is Fun. 100 metres before the cliff top, large cairns (piles of stones) are obvious on the right of the path. Follow a faint trail leading diagonally down right for 60 metres, into a shallow tree-filled easy gully. Go down a bit then keep left until you arrive at the obvious huge dark detached pillar where Yuduvudu is located.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Spooks in the Closet

Goes up the orange-grey slab 5 metres left of the detached pillar.

FA: Antoinette Lessing, 1994

19Sport 7
2 * Uriel's Machine

The gap between the obvious deteched pillar and the main wall is a wide chimney. Two thirds up the chimney is a large chockstone. Layback 93 up a zig-zag crack directly beneath the chockstone. Variation: Climb the route as a chimney - somewhat easier.

FA: Etienne van der Poel, Hildegard Steinmann, 2001

13Sport 9
3 * Toilet Brush

Two meters to the right of URIEL'S MACHINE. Starts directly beneath a small overhang five meters up. Note: A toilet brush was used to clean both UM and TB and its name is no reflection on how one climbs the route.

FA: Etienne van der Poel, Hildegard Steinmann, 2001

12Sport 8
4 ** Yuduvudu

Near the base of the descent gulley on the right is an obvious detached pillar. This route takes the leaning dark face.

FA: Glenn Harrison, 1994

25Sport 8
5 Weigh-Less Crack

On the northern side of the pinnacle is a large crack; if you are thin enough climb it!

FA: Etienne van der Poel & Hildegard Steinmann, 2001

14Sport 7
6 ** Frequent Flyer

6m right of WEIGH-LESS CRACK is a line going through a bulge in the face. The crux is getting past the bulge.

FA: Etienne van der Poel, Hildegard Steinmann, 2002

17Sport 9
7 ** Voyager

3m right of FREQUENT FLYER on the same face.

FA: Etienne van der Poel, Hildegard Steinmann, 2002

14Sport 11
8 ** Blokkies Joubert

Around the corner is an appealing blunt blocky buttress has a series of blocky ledges.

FA: Etienne van der Poel & Hildegard Steinmann, 2001

17Sport 10
9 ** Tea For Two

A face to the right and around the corner from BLOKKIES JOUBERT. The route follows a series of horizontal and vertical cracks.

FA: Etienne van der Poel & Hildegard Steinmann, 2001

16Sport 7
10 * 2nd Anniversary

2m right of Tea for Two starting just to the left of the flaring chimney.

FA: Etienne van der Poel & Hildegard Steinmann, 2001

15Sport 7
11 * I drink therefore I am

Start as for 2nd Anniversary but move onto the steep column to the right, finishing just left of the overhang.

FA: Stephanie Mallory, 2003

15Sport 8
12 ** Nearly Headless Nick

8 metres right of the above is a steep east- facing yellow-grey slab. The climb starts off a big block.

FA: Cara Fleischer, 2004

17Sport 10
13 Curse of the Armadillo

A few metres right of Nearly Headless Nick. Climb the cracks up the slab and exit left.

FA: Gary Lotter, 1991

14Trad
14 * Of Herbs and Stewed Rabbit

Up the right arête of the flaky red wall, starting in a large crack left of the arête.. It needs a lot of gear, has some hollow rock and is included in this guide mainly because of the name!

FA: Gary Lotter, 1991

22Trad
15 * Mixer Mincer Shredder Liquidizer

The bolt line up a prominent steep slab a few metres right of the aforementioned bowl. Starts off a big ledge. May your fingers have thick skin!

FA: Grant Murray, 1992

27Sport 8
16 * Short Cut to Mushrooms

Climb the crack right of MIXER MINCER SHREDDER LIQUIDIZER.

FA: Gary Lotter, 1991

20Trad

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
8 * Bridget Climbs Again Sport 6 1.4. Flying is Fun
9 * Visions of Cosmic Doom Sport 7 1.4. Flying is Fun
10 ** Route of All Evil Sport 12 1.2. The Coven
11 * MRI Sport 8 1.4. Flying is Fun
* Thermal Sport 9 1.4. Flying is Fun
12 ** Les Trois Meufs Sport 5 1.4. Flying is Fun
* Texas Chainsaw Massacre Sport 8 1.4. Flying is Fun
* Toilet Brush Sport 8 1.5. The Other Side
13 Blood in the Dust Sport 9 1.4. Flying is Fun
* Bridget Flies Again Sport 6 1.4. Flying is Fun
* Fly By Day Sport 6 1.4. Flying is Fun
** Fly for Life Sport 7 1.4. Flying is Fun
* Uriel's Machine Sport 9 1.5. The Other Side
14 * The Crack Sport 5 1.1. The Pasture
* Fly By Night Sport 6 1.4. Flying is Fun
* Recovery Room Sport 7 1.4. Flying is Fun
Curse of the Armadillo Trad 1.5. The Other Side
** Voyager Sport 11 1.5. The Other Side
Weigh-Less Crack Sport 7 1.5. The Other Side
15 * Bridget Goes to Casualty Sport 5 1.4. Flying is Fun
*** Inspekteur Bliksem Neer Sport 6 1.4. Flying is Fun
* Stone Cold Sport 8 1.4. Flying is Fun
* 2nd Anniversary Sport 7 1.5. The Other Side
* I drink therefore I am Sport 8 1.5. The Other Side
16 * Devil's Concubine Sport 7 1.2. The Coven
Floating on the Storm Sport 9 1.4. Flying is Fun
** Tea For Two Sport 7 1.5. The Other Side
17 Fluffy and Moo Cow Mixed 5 1.1. The Pasture
* Smoking Grass Sport 5 1.1. The Pasture
** Bolted Bones Sport 6 1.4. Flying is Fun
** Blokkies Joubert Sport 10 1.5. The Other Side
** Frequent Flyer Sport 9 1.5. The Other Side
** Nearly Headless Nick Sport 10 1.5. The Other Side
18 Gas Mixed 4 1.1. The Pasture
Milkman Sport 5 1.1. The Pasture
* Sir Christopher's Crack Sport 6 1.1. The Pasture
** Babies' Blood Gives Me Gas Sport 11 1.2. The Coven
* Mampoer Sport 11 1.2. The Coven
* The Pit Sport 6 1.2. The Coven
** Bolts from Hell Sport 10 1.3. The Ivory Towers
* Hot Stuff Sport 9 1.3. The Ivory Towers
** Midnight Mission Sport 9 1.4. Flying is Fun
19 * Cowlick Sport 6 1.1. The Pasture
Devil's Disciple Sport 9 1.2. The Coven
* Bad Omen Sport 5 1.3. The Ivory Towers
** Exorcist Sport 9 1.3. The Ivory Towers
* Possessed Sport 6 1.3. The Ivory Towers
* Salem Sport 8 1.3. The Ivory Towers
* Doa Sport 8 1.4. Flying is Fun
* Spooks in the Closet Sport 7 1.5. The Other Side
20 * Cowboys Sport 5 1.1. The Pasture
** Khanyisile Sport 5 1.1. The Pasture
* 666 Sport 12 1.2. The Coven
*** Shout At the Devil Sport 12 1.2. The Coven
* Blood Transfusion Sport 9 1.4. Flying is Fun
* Dying to Fly Sport 8 1.4. Flying is Fun
* The Carving Knife Sport 9 1.4. Flying is Fun
* Three Blind Mice Sport 8 1.4. Flying is Fun
* Short Cut to Mushrooms Trad 1.5. The Other Side
21 * Gyppo-Guts Sport 5 1.1. The Pasture
** Black Magic Sport 13 1.2. The Coven
* Howling in Hell Sport 12 1.2. The Coven
** Lucifer Goes to the Gunks Sport 12 1.2. The Coven
** Tried to Go to Heaven... Sport 16 1.2. The Coven
* Greatest Doctor in the Universe Sport 9 1.4. Flying is Fun
** High Noon Sport 7 1.4. Flying is Fun
** Rip Sport 8 1.4. Flying is Fun
* See How They Run Unknown 9 1.4. Flying is Fun
22 * Abattoir Sport 5 1.1. The Pasture
* Cowabunga Sport 6 1.1. The Pasture
* Imodium Sport 6 1.1. The Pasture
* Stargrazer Sport 6 1.1. The Pasture
* Helter Skelter Sport 12 1.2. The Coven
* See What Happens Sport 6 1.2. The Coven
** Dwarf Tossing Sport 7 1.4. Flying is Fun
* Of Herbs and Stewed Rabbit Trad 1.5. The Other Side
23 * Howling in Hades Sport 13 1.2. The Coven
Mad Cow Sport 9 1.2. The Coven
* Prince of Darkness Sport 9 1.2. The Coven
* Bolder Problem Sport 5 1.4. Flying is Fun
** Rip Direct Sport 8 1.4. Flying is Fun
24 * Queen of the Night Sport 9 1.2. The Coven
** Screaming Demons Sport 10 1.2. The Coven
** Frozen Flesh Sport 8 1.4. Flying is Fun
25 * Eat Your Heart Out Sport 11 1.2. The Coven
** Yuduvudu Sport 8 1.5. The Other Side
26 *** Merci My Brother Sport 9 1.2. The Coven
27 * Dom Pedro Trad 1.2. The Coven
* Mixer Mincer Shredder Liquidizer Sport 8 1.5. The Other Side
28 ** Devil in a Cauldron Sport 10 1.2. The Coven
31 *** God of Small Things Sport 12 1.2. The Coven
32 ** A La Carte Sport 1.2. The Coven
Open Project Unknown Project 1.2. The Coven
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