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SR's - Great Southern Isles (PbP) (Inactive)

Game Master stormraven

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STONE-FACED KILLA

Lol. I thought I had, though I didn't necessarily intend to be disagreeing with you. In neither of your posts had you mentioned the fact that the rules account for what weapon group the cestus falls into. That being the case, I thought I'd toss in that it's already considered to be in a group.

If we're talking about allowing it to be in another, that's fine with me.

Just trying to be helpful.


DM

No problemo. Unfortunately my UC is packed for the move, I think. I don't believe I have a digital copy of it. So if it being a Monk weapon somehow differentiates it from a light melee weapon and puts it closer to the Unarmed Weapon category - feel free to let me know.


DM

FWIW - I'm not ignoring your feedback on the Hair Attacks thing. I'm just compiling my notes on the mechanics along with your feedback before I throw out a Take 2 on what the mechanics look like.

Between work and the move, it's something of a late night project for me.


DM

Hey guys,

With work, packing up the house, and all that associated crap - I'm a bit too scattered to DM consistently or well. So, I'm going to put us on hiatus for a few weeks while I get this stuff sorted out. I will post some updates to get you back to Orfallen as time permits and work through the Hair Combat stuff, etc. So you don't have to monitor the campaign, I'll be sure to email/PM you whenever I do an update.

If thinks magically lighten up, I'll resume DMing.

Thanks for your patience and sorry for the delay!


STONE-FACED KILLA

No worries, man. Life is life. Appreciate the heads-up, though.

Hope transition and general business goes well.


Works ou nicely for me, as summer vacation starts right around then. Take your time, no worries. Wow, autocorrect had some funny things in this sentence while I was trying to type it, hehe


SR: No worries man, just get settled in first and then you can concentrate on slaughtering us...errr...challenging us. Who knows you might be able to get away with taking an extra couple of weeks vacation with the missus, we won't know about it :)


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DM

Revised Table...

AoO Attack (options):

Option #1 (Hitting for Damage):
HIT: 1d20 + Mods + STR Mod
DAM: Dice + Mods + INT Mod

Option #2 (CM Check cause Trip):
HIT: 1d20 + Mods + STR Mod <-- Up to total AoOs allowed
DAM: Tripped

Attacks on Orin's Turn: -- Only 1 Hair Attack per RND (2 if Hasted)

(Hit for Damage either STAND or FULL Action):
HIT: 1d20 + Mods + STR Mod
DAM: Dice + Mods + INT Mod

(Grapple - STANDARD + SWIFT):
HIT: 1d20 + Mods + STR Mod (vs AC) - THEN - HIT: 1d20 + Mods + INT Mod (vs CMD)
1st DAM: Dice + Mods + INT Mod
2nd DAM: Grapple

(Constrict - SWIFT):
HIT: Requires a successful previous Hair Grapple
DAM: Dice + Mods + INT Mod

(Trip - STANDARD/FULL + SWIFT):
HIT: 1d20 + Mods + STR Mod (vs AC) - THEN - HIT: 1d20 + Mods + INT Mod (vs CMD)
1st DAM: Dice + Mods + INT Mod
2nd DAM: Trip

(Pull - STANDARD/FULL + SWIFT):
HIT: 1d20 + Mods + STR Mod (vs AC) - THEN - HIT: 1d20 + Mods + INT Mod (vs CMD)
1st DAM: Dice + Mods + INT Mod
2nd DAM: Pull 5' closer

Jayse wrote:
And while it can be combined with a full attack with manufactured weapons, doing so makes it a secondary natural attack, incurring a -5 penalty and (if it was using STR to damage) reducing it to .5 STR. (Then we also have to determine if that same general principle applies to the INT bonus to damage -- which would reduce it to .5 INT modifier to damage if the hair is being used as a secondary natural attack... I say yes.)

Since you guys have both strongly argued that the important sentence in the description is that the hair counts as a natural attack then I think all of the rules related to those sorts of attacks should apply - so 1/2 INT DAM on a secondary attack.

Jayse wrote:

As to the issue of using INT or STR on the CM rolls:

The wording leaves this open to interpretation a bit, from what I can tell.

The way it reads to me, the control and strength of the hair is mystical and based on mental skill. For that reason, and just to keep things simple, I'd opt to use INT for the CM rolls.

Jayse wrote:
By strict RAW, only the Grapple after successful attack allows the witch to substitute INT for STR on the attack roll, and it's the only one that doesn't provoke an AoO (feats not-withstanding). But I don't think that's what was intended. I think it was intended that all the successful attack + CM rolls follow the rules of the grapple, they just didn't build in sufficient language to make that clear.

I agree.

Jayse wrote:
Humanoid creatures without two free hands attempting to grapple a foe take a -4 penalty on the combat maneuver roll.

I'd waive this requirement, based on the hair being 'mystically' controlled and not exactly like a standard limb.

Various wrote:
Disarm, Sunder, etc.

I have reservations about allowing the hair free use of all CMs as if the hair is just another natural weapon. The hair description suggests slowly expanding CM abilities.

1st - Dam + Grapple
2nd - Constriction (an expansion on the grapple)
4th - Trip
6th - Pull (a limited version of Repositioning)
8th - Strangling (an expansion on the grapple)

If the hair were exactly as a natural attack then Grappling, Constriction based on a grapple, and Tripping would all be gained at 1st level. But the fact that the description staggers these abilities makes me think that the Hair is not as flexible as a standard natural attack. Given that, I'd be inclined to rule that the hair cannot be used for any CM ability not specified within its description.

I'm willing to hear counter-arguments on this issue.


I agree with most of that except the last part. The abilities are staggered, true, but that is staggering when I'm allowed to use those abilities as a swift action, not in general. I could trip or disarm with the hair at first level. I just have to wait until 4th level to be able to trip you as a swift action immediately following smacking you with the hair.

From the SRD:

You can attempt to disarm your opponent in place of a melee attack.

Disarm Weapons

You don't have to use a weapon with the disarm special feature (a.k.a. a "disarm weapon") when making a disarm combat maneuver--you can use any weapon.

I don't really care, as I highly doubt I will EVER disarm with my hair (though it's a cool image). Just wanted to point out that the hair being a natural weapon grants it all of the features of being both a natural weapon and a natural attack (just as Ben pointed out regarding not getting multiple attacks due to high BaB).

The scaling abilities as I level up applies to what my hair can do above and beyond a normal natural weapon, IMO, not in place of.


Mbauers raises a good point with the staggered abilities, and I agree with him. Considering he gave up Hexes (!) for the Hair abilities, I would lean towards his interpretation of the Hair ability tree.


DM

Truth to tell, I hadn't considered Matt's last point... and it is worth thinking through. I'll look at the rules more carefully in regards to it. Feel free to keep stating opinions, guys.


STONE-FACED KILLA

Just keeping things real in here.


Woo hoo, only one more week left until Summer Vacation!

Anyway, I'm going to update Orin's memorized spells (now that he's no longer traveling solo, hehe), so I wanted to ask if I can "feed" my Cause Fear scroll to Filch during the downtime at the Crossroads. I'm going to assume it's ok, but if it's not, let me know and I'll adjust it.


STONE-FACED KILLA

Hey! You can make it, man! Keep the faith!


DM
Orin Vanderwhal wrote:
Anyway, I'm going to update Orin's memorized spells (now that he's no longer traveling solo, hehe), so I wanted to ask if I can "feed" my Cause Fear scroll to Filch during the downtime at the Crossroads. I'm going to assume it's ok, but if it's not, let me know and I'll adjust it.

Yep totally fine.


Jayse wrote:
Hey! You can make it, man! Keep the faith!

In my mind, the year's already done. ;-)

stormraven wrote:
Orin Vanderwhal wrote:
Anyway, I'm going to update Orin's memorized spells (now that he's no longer traveling solo, hehe), so I wanted to ask if I can "feed" my Cause Fear scroll to Filch during the downtime at the Crossroads. I'm going to assume it's ok, but if it's not, let me know and I'll adjust it.
Yep totally fine.

Cool, now I just need to see if I can sell some gems (I have a couple pouches that have 10 gems worth 100 gp each) and procure a Vermin Shape I scroll. Is this doable in the interim? Now that I've been reminded about the natural attacks not using iterative attacks thing, I'm looking forward to polymorphing into a giant scorpion or something.

A giant scorpion with a mane of long white hair? Coolest thing ever? :-)


OK...updated 'Shari's spells memorized. Swapped a couple of spells out with better spells (I think, anyway.) Feel free to suggest different spells for her to memorize.

Orin, since we have some spell list overlapping here, I want to make sure she doesn't duplicate spells you have. Let me know if I duplicated any spells which shouldn't be. I put her spells memorized under the tracking spoiler on her profile BTW.


Everything looks good except for one thing--you have Magic Circle against Evil (which is good), but you also have Protection from Evil memorized. I'd swap that out for something else, IMO.

The only overlap I noticed was that we both have Hold Person memorized, but as it's a good spell, I don't see that as a problem.


Good catch there, Orin. Swapped it out for Remove Fear (always a useful spell IMO, esp since you are learning Cause Fear).

Agreed with the Hold Person spell memorized by both of us.

Finally, your long beautiful white hair makes 'Shari green with envy...he he.


You can borrow my belt of disguise for a bit, if that will make you feel better ;-)


DM
Orin Vanderwhal wrote:
Jayse wrote:
Hey! You can make it, man! Keep the faith!

In my mind, the year's already done. ;-)

stormraven wrote:
Orin Vanderwhal wrote:
Anyway, I'm going to update Orin's memorized spells (now that he's no longer traveling solo, hehe), so I wanted to ask if I can "feed" my Cause Fear scroll to Filch during the downtime at the Crossroads. I'm going to assume it's ok, but if it's not, let me know and I'll adjust it.
Yep totally fine.

Cool, now I just need to see if I can sell some gems (I have a couple pouches that have 10 gems worth 100 gp each) and procure a Vermin Shape I scroll. Is this doable in the interim? Now that I've been reminded about the natural attacks not using iterative attacks thing, I'm looking forward to polymorphing into a giant scorpion or something.

A giant scorpion with a mane of long white hair? Coolest thing ever? :-)

Selling the gems? Yes. Getting that particular scroll? No.


Is Bit around? Can I give him some gold and ask him to get me some scrolls and stuff at his earliest convenience?


DM

Bit is around but he usually works on a trade basis. Trading gold for goods is a bit too mundane for him normally. He might be able to track down that scroll for you but the price may be non-monetary and more costly than tracking the scroll down yourself.


Hmm, in the downtime can I put some feelers out and ask about acquiring a couple scrolls (anyone else traveling somewhere where they can pick them up for me for a fee or something?)


DM

Most travelers through Crossroads don't discuss business. There may be the odd merchant willing to work a deal while the Management looks the other way but the bar is a social hub, business is frowned upon.

Nice try, Orin, but you are just going to have to wait until we are off hiatus and hunt down scroll the old fashioned way. :)


STONE-FACED KILLA

Yah.. by sic'ing Jofram on them!


I thought asking around in a highly-populated place with many wealthy, powerful individuals WAS the old-fashioned way. ;-)


HP: 51/79 | | Anatomist (+1 to confirm Crits) | | Fav. Enemy +4 = Humans, Half-Humans, Undead

Heads-up, guys! Jayse, AKA Ben and his wife welcomed their daughter into the world yesterday (on Father's Day, no less!)


Congrats Ben!


STONE-FACED KILLA

Shanksh!

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz....


DM
mbauers wrote:

I agree with most of that except the last part. The abilities are staggered, true, but that is staggering when I'm allowed to use those abilities as a swift action, not in general. I could trip or disarm with the hair at first level. I just have to wait until 4th level to be able to trip you as a swift action immediately following smacking you with the hair.

From the SRD:

You can attempt to disarm your opponent in place of a melee attack.

Disarm Weapons

You don't have to use a weapon with the disarm special feature (a.k.a. a "disarm weapon") when making a disarm combat maneuver--you can use any weapon.

I don't really care, as I highly doubt I will EVER disarm with my hair (though it's a cool image). Just wanted to point out that the hair being a natural weapon grants it all of the features of being both a natural weapon and a natural attack (just as Ben pointed out regarding not getting multiple attacks due to high BaB).

The scaling abilities as I level up applies to what my hair can do above and beyond a normal natural weapon, IMO, not in place of.

Orin, we'll be using your method on this.


Sounds good--I also just updated my spells. I actually shortchanged myself, since I have 24 Int with my headband.

Hey SR, do I start out with any hero points?

We're using Hero Points in the Skull and Shackles game I'm DMing (Septimus from Cyn's CC game is one of the players--a Separatist Priest of Torag, peg-legged Dwarf. Awesome idea).

Anyway, in the:

Final Scene:
Mutiny battle at the end, the Drunken Master/Master of Many Forms got crit by an axe from Scourge. Plugg then went for a Coup de Grace but the monk had 2 hero points remaining so he cheated death (and cheated me out of my well-deserved character death, haha). It was pretty awesome.


DM

Hmmm... I think I mentioned that somewhere along the line but perhaps not. You have 3 Hero Points. These other poor bastards are at 1 each. :p

Suck it, you poor bastards!


STONE-FACED KILLA

Sorry everyone. Work turned into a s@$@storm. I don't anticipate being able to put any mental energy into a post today… maybe not tomorrow.

So sorry. I'll try to get back on-board as quickly as possible.


Crap, there have been posts in the gameplay tab for this thread for a week now????

Sorry guys, I didn't know things were happening in the game thread. I keep checking my profile page for "new post" updates, but I hadn't received any for this game. This happened to me once before in a thread that hadn't updated in a while. Gah! If this happens again, somebody send me a PM ;-)

Had I known the story was advancing, I would have participated. I'll get some posts in today/tonight.


DM

Doh! Technical malfunction! And here I thought you were just waiting to make a grand entrance. :)


Don't really want to clutter up the game thread, but I suggest we pay for the transport of the Mako. Ushari has 2000 gp + banked already so if need be she can pay for the transport herself.


DM

Closing the Book...

When I first envisioned this campaign and decided to run it as a sandbox, I had just a few 'set-piece' milestones in my head - encounters that I had to eventually maneuver you towards - because they were necessary to the over-arching storyline. As you have no doubt figured out, you are approaching one now, a big one. Not to overstate it, this set-piece is the crux on which the campaign has hinged and it's been a long time coming (nearly 6000 posts and 1.5 years). Due to the sheer number of variables - who lives, who dies, your choices along the way - I haven't planned beyond it. Yes, there are other story threads to pursue - the Dweller still needs to be finally defeated once it regains its full strength, etc. - but (truthfully) those are not the main plot-line. Those were just fun distractions ('fun' as defined in my usual sadistic DMy fashion).

So, in my head, this final set-piece was always the end of 'Book I' of the Isles campaign. If we ever reached this moment (which was certainly not assured since this was my first foray into PbPs) I planned to take a long break to figure out where Book II needed to go based on that whole pesky 'who lived, who croaked' thing.

Unfortunately, things change. After our last hiatus, I feel like I'm struggling with my zeal for the campaign. It seems like we've lost momentum, maybe lost some enthusiasm, and seem to be pulling in different directions a bit. Life has that effect, no? Adding to that, I think we all want varied things from the experience. Some of us want more combat, some more RP, and some - I hope - are delighted with the whole damn thing. But, from my perspective, if I deliver more combat it is at the expense of RP and vice versa. It leaves me feeling that I'm shorting one or more players at any given moment - which as a DM bothers me enormously. Added to my overall struggle, it just isn't making me a happy camper. I love playing with you guys but I feel like I'm vaguely failing in some way, which means I'm not DMing to the best of my abilities or enjoying the game as much as I should. In short, I need a change.

So, after quite a bit of thinking on the subject, I am going to be shelving the Isles campaign after we get through this final set-piece. I'd like to end on a strong note, closing Book I in style, which is why I want to polish off this set-piece because it will answer many of the questions that have been posed in the game. In many ways, it is the fruition of all our hard work - more so than any boss battle. It should have enough action, violence, and RP for everyone and I'm hoping you will give your best efforts to wrapping this game up in the epic style with which you have consistently played. If any of you would rather call a halt right here instead of playing out this final bit, please let me know.

After we wrap, I will leave the OOC open for awhile to answer any and every lingering question you have about the game, the people, or the world. Similarly, if you want to critique my DMing, you certainly could do that as well - publicly or privately. My hope in that regard, despite my numerous mistakes, is that none of you walks away feeling that I was a crappy DM. But if you do, I'd like to know that.

Finally, thanks to all of you - old and new players - for making this a great campaign. It's been a privilege DMing for you and playing with you.


I understand how it is and just want to say thanks for inviting me along. I'm excited to go out with a bang here and know that, definitely, if you decide to dust this bad boy off in a few months and run her again, I'm in (of course, in a few months I'll have a few-minus-one-month-old baby, but it's all good, hehe). FWIW, I'm enjoying this, I appreciate the time you've put in to create an awesome world, and I think you're a great DM.


DM

I very, very, much appreciate that. I am also quite sorry that you are getting the short end of the stick here. You haven't had a lot of playtime in Miir and now I'm closing up shop. :( I apologize for that.


STONE-FACED KILLA

Can't exactly say that I'm excited about the game being shelved, but I understand the reasoning. I've said it from the get-go, if the DM isn't having fun... the game is already dead.

Orin, yah, sorry about this, but you've been a good addition in your short stay. Hopefully there will be a day when we can dust off this set of adventures.

Also, I didn't know you had a newborn.. when was he/she born? I have a 2-month old (as of tomorrow) at home myself.


No apologies necessary. We all have lives with lots of commitments and gaming should be a fun pastime, not a chore. No one's going to begrudge you some time off, temporarily or indefinitely. A PbP lasting this long is very impressive to me.

Any of you guys considering getting the Paizo virtual table top? I'm not sure how it works like if it's a monthly fee or whatever, but if done right it could be cool. I like playing and DMing, but for me DMing takes a LOT of time and preparation, and I still never feel fully prepared when I play. If they make the VTT compatible with the APs or something where, as a subscriber, I can log on and all of the Shattered Star stuff is uploaded, for example, that would be AWESOME.

I also thought of a weird homebrew short-little dungeon crawl (based off a game I signed up for but shortly after signup the DM vanished) that I think would be fun to DM here, but who knows when I'll have the time to set it up. It's called "Rejects' Redemption" and the premise is the (stereotypical) King of a faraway land has his only (stereotypical princess) daughter captured by a (stereotypical) evil wizard (or dragon or whatever you want). All of the decent heroes have already tried to rescue her, to disastrous results. So the king calls in his last shot--he sends a blanket offering to anyone who has the courage (or just doesn't give a crap anymore) to save his daughter. Most will die, but if any one of them survives, kills the BBEG, and saves the princess, they get to marry the princess and be the king's heir. To aid them in their quest, the King used the last wealth he could scrape together to conjure an Oracle/Harrower with a Harrow deck of many things. Each player gets to draw up to 3 cards from the deck at the start of the game. Some will die from this, some will get decent treasure, etc. The survivors set out together to the wizard's lair. I call it "Rejects' Redemption" because the idea is there is no selection/rejection process, create your character correctly and you're in (with DM discretion if someone is being a jerk or whatever). Part of the criteria is that your character comes from a game you applied to get in here on the Paizo forums but your character was rejected, hence "Rejects". Anyway, just a thought I had--I think it could be funny.


Jayse wrote:

Can't exactly say that I'm excited about the game being shelved, but I understand the reasoning. I've said it from the get-go, if the DM isn't having fun... the game is already dead.

Orin, yah, sorry about this, but you've been a good addition in your short stay. Hopefully there will be a day when we can dust off this set of adventures.

Also, I didn't know you had a newborn.. when was he/she born? I have a 2-month old (as of tomorrow) at home myself.

No newborn yet--a soon-to-be newborn, hehe. I have a three year old daughter and my wife is pregnant with a boy, due September 7th, so about 3 more weeks. But my daughter was 4 weeks early (and 7 lbs 2 oz at that), so my wife and I assume baby boy will get here early too.

Was this baby your first child? I remember when my daughter was born, the only think people said to me for like 6 weeks after was: "So, you getting any sleep? A hahahaha!" and it was pretty damn annoying. ;-)

I think you guys know this, but I'm a HS teacher. Next week school starts, so it should be interesting if baby boy shows up during the first week of school.

"Hey guys, I'm your teacher. See you in a week and be good for the sub."

:-)


Wow...I am sad to see this campaign coming to an end, but I completely understand where SR is coming from here, as I have started running a small PbP game as well. I am having fun running it and I will keep running it as long as I keep having fun.

I also realize it is a lot of work to run a game, so I imagine burnout could happen to me as well. Still, if some of my other PbP games close up shop, then I could start another PbP game. AAND I know who would be on the short list, he he...

SR, thanks for DMing this game, I have learned a lot from you and i am applying this to my own game (although I can only be the learner here, he he). Much appreciated, man.

PS: I will definitely have questions about the loose plot ends for Ushari, but they can wait, he he.


STONE-FACED KILLA
Orin Vanderwhal wrote:
But my daughter was 4 weeks early (and 7 lbs 2 oz at that), so my wife and I assume baby boy will get here early too.

Oof... good thing she was early, no? Might have birthed a butterball!

Orin Vanderwhal wrote:
Was this baby your first child? I remember when my daughter was born, the only think people said to me for like 6 weeks after was: "So, you getting any sleep? A hahahaha!" and it was pretty damn annoying. ;-)

She's our second. Our firstborn (boy) is just over 2 years... and is every bit into his "fit-throwing" stage. Which is awesome. O.o

And our children are horrible sleepers. So on top of never sleeping more than 2 or 3 hours at a stretch with breaks anywhere from 20 to 1.5 hours in between, we got a lot of that same "You getting any sleep?" crap. It is only by a considerable exercize in will power that the death toll in McKinney, Texas didn't rise dramatically over that time.

Orin Vanderwhal wrote:

I think you guys know this, but I'm a HS teacher. Next week school starts, so it should be interesting if baby boy shows up during the first week of school.

"Hey guys, I'm your teacher. See you in a week and be good for the sub."

:-)

Is that week maternity-leave-equivalnet? Or is that considered vacation?


DM

Thanks, Ushari. It's been a learning process across the board. I may have been playing long enough to steal Arneson's lunch money and give Gygax a wedgie but there is always more to learn. It's kind of the great thing about this game, you never 'have it down' because so much of it is the interaction with different players and rules interpretations.

Regarding your questions about Ushari... hopefully I'll tie up a few of those with a bow in the end. But you will no doubt have a few follow-ups which I can definitely answer. :)


DM

Orin - congrats on the (soon-to-be) new Bambino!


Jayse wrote:
Orin Vanderwhal wrote:
But my daughter was 4 weeks early (and 7 lbs 2 oz at that), so my wife and I assume baby boy will get here early too.

Oof... good thing she was early, no? Might have birthed a butterball!

Orin Vanderwhal wrote:
Was this baby your first child? I remember when my daughter was born, the only think people said to me for like 6 weeks after was: "So, you getting any sleep? A hahahaha!" and it was pretty damn annoying. ;-)

She's our second. Our firstborn (boy) is just over 2 years... and is every bit into his "fit-throwing" stage. Which is awesome. O.o

And our children are horrible sleepers. So on top of never sleeping more than 2 or 3 hours at a stretch with breaks anywhere from 20 to 1.5 hours in between, we got a lot of that same "You getting any sleep?" crap. It is only by a considerable exercize in will power that the death toll in McKinney, Texas didn't rise dramatically over that time.

Orin Vanderwhal wrote:

I think you guys know this, but I'm a HS teacher. Next week school starts, so it should be interesting if baby boy shows up during the first week of school.

"Hey guys, I'm your teacher. See you in a week and be good for the sub."

:-)

Is that week maternity-leave-equivalnet? Or is that considered vacation?

I know how you feel about the "fit-throwing". There was a time where we were like "Ok, just not taking her out to dinner or whatever anymore." Thankfully it was a very short-lived phase for my daughter, and I hope it's the same for your sun.

My daughter has always been a great sleeper, actually (I'm very lucky), but just very recently has been getting out of bed saying she's not tired and whatnot. I'm wondering if it has anything to do with the fact that the baby is coming, or if it's just a weird (hopefully also short-lived) phase.

As for the time off--I believe it's considered paternity leave, but they use my sick days. The thing is, we get something like 14 or 15 sick days a year and I almost never call in sick, and they carry over (you can use I think up to 2 years' worth of sick days to retire early). This is my 6th year at the school, so I've got a ton (and I still get paid, so it's all good). I'm just worried about having to take so much time off right at the beginning of the school year.


stormraven wrote:
Orin - congrats on the (soon-to-be) new Bambino!

Thanks! I'll have to bust out the "I'm a natural 20" (with the "20" being on a 20-sider) onesie that my daughter had. Gotta train 'em early, hehe.


Hey look, i'm post number 1000!

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