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Goblin Squad Member. Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Pawns, PFS RPG Subscriber. 394 posts (400 including aliases). 2 reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 1 alias.


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Hey Diego,

Yay! Thank you for all your help.

-- Andy


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Hey Katina,

The only thing that I might have a problem with is the pawns

(Pathfinder-Pawns-Rise-of-the-Runelords-Pawn-Collection

and

Pathfinder-Pawns-Skull-Shackles-Adventure-Path-Pawn-Collection).

I just want to make sure that the order will include the pawns.

Everything else looks fine and I appreciate your help.

-- Andy


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I just grabbed my copy of the PDF file.

Thank you very much for taking care of this for me.

My best,

-- Andy


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Well I finally figured out what's going on with my order (or at least part of it).

I still don't see my order for Curse of the Crimson Throne in PDF format is available, but I'm happy to say part of the order still there.

Could someone please respond and tell me what's going on. Thank you.

-- Andy


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... now something really strange is going on.

I had an order completely disappear earlier today!

I'm not talking about the order for Curse-of-the-Crimson-Throne, this was an order that's gone completely. I tried checking my order history for it and it's not there.

Help!

-- Andy


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I don't see where in this order my PDF file is included.

Thanks,

-- Andy


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Diego,

All is good.

-- Andy


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Hey Diego,

Any word on the balance of my order?

Thank you very much for your time and help.

-- Andy


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Sharaya,

Still no word from you folks.

-- Andy


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I just purchased earlier today

https://secure.paizo.com/paizo/account/orders/v5748a8i4e835

Order 4140145.

-- Andy


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Sharaya,

Assuming everything is correct, I'm still missing the discount associated with The Villain Codex. Otherwise the orders look fine.

Regards,

-- Andy


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Hey Sharaya!

I would like everything available to ship to ship as soon as possible.

Please be advised, I just placed an order and my Pathfinder Advantage discount didn't show up. I still don't see an order anywhere that I can I place.

I remain mystified!

-- Andy


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I had an order go missing this afternoon.

One minute it was there, next thing it seems to have disappeared.

Could you possibly check the status of my order?

-- Andy


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There is a typo, "availabe".

-- Andy


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... and it's pretty awesome!

-- Andy


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Impressive work!

-- Andy


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... how much this will affect anything, but I wanted to bring it to your attention in the event that it's causing some other problems.

I noticed today that "Pathfinder Adventure Path: Skull & Shackles Pawn Collection Print Edtion" is misspelled. It might just be a typo.

Regards,

-- Andy


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I'm still planning on "lurking" by monitoring threads. ;-)

-- Andy


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kyrt-ryder,

I've left you a private message.

Thanks!

-- Andy


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I was reading this today ...

Per Ogrekin 204 (Pathfinder Bestiary 2) "Disadvantageous Deformities:"
4: Obese: The ogrekin takes a –2 penalty to Dexterity (minimum score of 1).

Seems like it should be higher.

--Andy


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Dotted ... because! :-)
-- Andy


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Very interested to see what Brother Tyler does with this!

-- Andy


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I've always had a soft spot for Traveller, and Agent of the Imperium looks interesting.

It's on my list in a few months!

-- Andy


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Awesome!

~~ Andy


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Liz,

Best wishes in all your future endeavors. Be happy!

~~ Andy


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I feel sorry for that poor baby. :(

Awesome job Paizo team.

-- Andy


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Chris,

Thanks for fixing the rendering issue so quickly.

-- Andy


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Creighton,

I downloaded the free version of this adventure yesterday, and really enjoyed my first read-through.

Thanks for the time and effort you and Marc Radle put into this product. I'm looking forward to the 27th so I can purchase the full adventure!

Regards,

-- Andy


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Yes, Sara, the "old" one.

I've a physical and PDF copy of the current one, but (especially after reading Gods and Magic) I'm interested in seeing how the content of the campaign setting has changed from the "older" OGL material to the current, fully Pathfinder-ready material.

Thanks for any help you can provide (as well as your on-going efforts!).

-- Andy


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Greetings Customer Service folks.

A while back I ordered a hard copy of a Pathfinder thingy from "auto-acknowledge@target.com".

Alas, it never made it to me ("Estimated delivery: October 28, 2010 to November 16, 2010").

I can forward e-mails ... suffice it to say I think it was out of stock.

I just put something in my sidecart, and recalled reading this.

I'd *really* like this version. I need some help. :D

Regards,

-- Andy


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Hey Sissyl.

I hope I'm not taking you out of context by just quoting parts of what you've typed / said. If I am, call me out.

Sissyl wrote:
Communication is difficult, but it's still the only way to improve a bad situation.

Testify. All we can do is make the best of a "bad situation."

Sissyl wrote:
The world is a dangerous place.

Testify. It's a dangerous place, but here we are.

And it's a dangerous place, but there's beauty.

Sissyl wrote:
Anyone can be hit by a bus any day.

I totally hear you, testify.

If you walk out of a safe area, you may get hit by a bus. Even in a safe area, a meteor may fall on you. An earthquake might happen.

Solar flare. Super-nova.

Sissyl wrote:
You can take precautions, and most do, but once you let your fear intrude into even relatively normal situations, that is what your entire life will feel like.

Fear is the little death. We humans make stuff up about being afraid, but I suspect like most games we humans play ... we're either having a blast or working through our own personal difficulties.

Sissyl wrote:
Limiting normal behaviour because you want to feel respected won't improve anything.

Testify. I think if you are looking outside yourself to "feel respected" there's already "trouble."

Much less room for improvement ("Normal" can always be nudged towards "better-than-average," right?).

Sissyl wrote:
Feel free to flame me for saying it.

Naw, I'm good.

-- Andy


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Children take their cues from their caregivers, Zombie-man.

He probably knows he's got a safe place to run to, even if the world does look like it might be hysterical. :D

-- Andy


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This is a beautiful thread, and I'm not done with it yet.

The 8th Dwarf wrote:
That is why men should stop altogether.

We are stuck with each other.

Party on.

-- Andy


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Umbral Reaver wrote:
I can't find the link for it, but a while ago a tablet was unearthed in the Middle East, dating from Babylonian times. It described a father's woe at his children and others of the new generation being so useless that he feared civilisation itself would end.

I can't find a decent link either Umbral, but honestly I'm not sure how much ancient Assyrian content's been properly re-purposed for the intarwebz.

Tough times in Babylon the past few years. Everything old is new again. :(

But I recalled reading something similar (here's a link). I was more struck the first time I read it that the author was not just decrying the behavior of youth ... he was also complaining that everyone wanted to write a book. :D

-- Andy


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Roberta Yang wrote:
The best way to draw kids into a hobby is to rant angrily about how much kids these days suck and things were so much better back in my day. I can't imagine why my general strategy of waving a cane angrily at any child with a gameboy who passes by hasn't made them realize how much better I am than them and how they should really play my game.

Roberta,

As much as I smiled reading this thread up until this point, I laughed aloud here reading your post.

I'm glad I read this rant, because I got to see your post. I fav'd it, but that doesn't do it justice.

Regards,

-- Andy


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Hey BigNorseWolf,

Again, I'd hope someone offering a position or hypothesis as a possibility would be willing to say "I think this is true."

If your position is bat-s%~& crazy, I'd hope you'd offer some links helping me understand how a sane person could reach that position.

I'm even willing to entertain your direct life experiences (anecdotal as they may be to support) your position.

I'm not giving you "flack" (I think the kids call it "frack," btw. BSG and what-not), I'm telling you I don't understand you.

-- Andy


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Darkwing Duck wrote:
I was thinking of the Spartans.

Yeah well I think even the ancient Greeks looked a bit askance at the Spartans.

Those folks were hardcore. "Come back with this shield.

Or on it."

My Mom told me that I'd ... well I'd go Sparta on her ass. :D

Regardless, the Spartans lasted a good long while, so all the "if evry1 was gay, no budy be around cause no babies" thought process is pretty much moot.

-- Andy


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Hey Sissyl. I'm sorry to quote you all over the place, but I would like to make a point / emphasize something.

Sissyl wrote:
At a high level, sexual preferences are just that, preferences.

Okay, I can agree. All human beings have "preferences."

Flavors they like. States or conditions they'd "choose" to be in, versus conditions they'd find less favorable or "choose not to be in."

I'd prefer not to be on fire, given the choice (for example). I've totally a preference for "not being on fire." (I'm hot, I know that, but that's not what I mean :D).

Sissyl wrote:
Whether it is homo- or heterosexual, zoophilia or pedophilia, fetishism, sadism or necrophilia, you did not choose your orientation, and should never be judged on the basis of it.

Sissyl, how did you jump from "preference" to "orientation?"

It's a really, really big jump.

I think your heart is in the right place.

I just don't understand how you get from "humans have a spectrum of sexual behaviors" (which I agree with) to "Hey, if you want to have intercourse with a dead puppy that has ballet shoes on (while wearing a tutu/tuxedo), that's all cool. I'm not gonna judge you on it." (which I'm pretty much against.)

-- Andy


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Meophist wrote:

I've also heard QUILTBAGPIPE, which includes(I don't remember precisely):

P - Pansexual/Polysexual
I - Indeterminate
P - Polyamorous
E - Everyone

I personally like the E at the end.

LOL Dogbladewarrior!

(1) I've never heard "QUILTBAGPIPE" ... ever ... applied to human beings.

EVER. (Evah).

(2) The two P's are redundant (but then, you don't remember "precisely", so it's okay).

(3) Once you go "Everyone," the "LTGT(possibly Q) Community" might just decide "meh."

-- Andy


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Dogbladewarrior wrote:
The QUILTBAG community sounds like something my grandma who is really into sewing would be a part of.

hehe.

I can really see you sewing right alongside her, Dogbladewarrior.

Not that that's a bad thing. :D

-- Andy


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Judy Bauer wrote:

I've seen "QUILTBAG" bandied about recently as a maximally inclusive term with the advantage of actually being pronounceable (and the component terms even sound inclusive):

Q - Queer and/or Questioning
U - Undecided
I - Intersex
L - Lesbian
T - Transgender, Transexual
B - Bisexual
A - Asexual
G - Gay and/or Genderqueer

Hello Judy.

Wowsa. I've never seen QUILTBAG before, but it does look like it'd be bandied about.

Starts off with QUILT. Quilt's a great word, and I like quilts. AIDS quilt (+), a bunch of old ladies in a quilting-bee (+).

Then again, "Quilt." (-)

AIDS (-), a gaggle of old ladies (-).

BAG, that's just ... hard.

I'm having trouble wrapping my head around the term "Bag" as part of an acronym I'd self-identify with or promote to others. (-).

So I'm not sold on this one, Judy.

You've heard it bandied about, do you use it? You self-identify as a "QUILTBAG," or tell those you love "Hey, it's okay to be a QUILTBAG?"

-- Andy


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Hey Toz.

TriOmegaZero wrote:
Why are we listening to Fox...oh wait, dingo.

I was like "How can a person type 'sex' but misspell 'weird?'"

TriOmegaZero wrote:
oh wait, dingo.

Yeah.

-- Andy


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Heya David.

I keep responding to your post, but the quote levels get all messed up. I'm going to read "Robert J. Sawher's Neanderthal Parallax Trilogy," regardless.

I'm not sure humans need to invoke Science Fiction to imagine

Someone wrote:
a species that only does hetero sex for reproduction, maybe only in an estrus period, but uses homosexual activity for pleasure and social bonding.

I'm looking at Ancient Greece here, reading that.

I think the Ancient Greeks had a lot sex for pleasure and bonding. I think it happened between men, men and women, women and women.

I also think they realized that sex sometimes led to little Greeks.

So there's that, too :D

-- Andy


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Hey BigNorseWolf,

I think we're on the same page, but reading different paragraphs. I think words inside those paragraphs are causing some communication difficulty too.

In order of import.

FIRST,

BigNorseWolf wrote:
Andrew Tuttle wrote:
I'm not sure I'd want to read a study testing that hypothesis, either. Because ... well I think I'm Chaotic Good and want to stay that way. :D
Nothing wrong with accepting a trend as long as you realize that the trend doesn't apply to every individual.

I don't want to read any study where women are injected with large amounts of testosterone / androgens in order to determine the gender bias of their potential offspring (whether the women agree to participate in the study or not).

REGARDLESS of trends.

I think sometimes if an individual doesn't b~!!~ about how things are "trending," they become co-conspirators to the trend. And sometimes "trends" steamroll folks, crush them, make them hurt.

I won't accept any "trends" I find morally objectional, and I'll complain about them when I see them.

It's why I can call myself a "flaming liberal" and still very-easily relate to my right-leaning brothers and sisters (and somewhere-in-betweens) when they spout off at the mouth / keyboard.

I appreciate and admire fervor as long as it's based in thought and love for others. As I typed, I like to consider myself Chaotic Good. :D

SECOND,

BigNorseWolf wrote:
Its quite possible neither or both or true.

Yeah, well I know that. So again, the onus is on you, you offered the hypothesis.

I didn't check the links you offered. If you've read them and still can type "it's quite possible neither or both or true," I don't think they're note-worthy.

If they can't convince you, and you're offering the hypothesis, they won't do much for me (I've taken the position your hypothesis is lacking).

Regards,

-- Andy


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Well, Holiday weekend.

★★★★★

-- Andy


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A quick parse of this thread indicates I'd like to read it in more detail soon. Hence, "•."

Mortagon,

Love the title too. I think "Epic-ness" should be approached with humility. This looks like a good read, I'm looking forward to spending time with it soon.

-- Andy


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Hello Urizen.

You typed it, but I'd reorder it.

  • Proof of Life.
  • Sentience.
  • Consensual.

Urizen wrote:
This isn't the Rubicon I'd want to cross. YMMV.

I don't want to see this Rubicon crossed, much less cross it myself.

-- Andy


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Hello Dogbladewarrior!

Dogbladewarrior wrote:
Ayep, np. As far as modern acronyms and political correctness go I’m always a bit behind the curve in most things it seems,

Yeah, peace. I'm going on nearly 50 years this life I'm living. I can certainly see how young-lings such as yourself have trouble keeping up. :D

I'm fine with acronyms between friends or professionals, but I don't do "political correctness."

I try to remember all my Queer and Questioning brothers and sisters and somewhere-in-betweens when I type "LGBTQ," just because I recall how much I've been hurt in the past when as a gay man I've heard folks say and type things causally like I didn't count or I don't matter.

So it's not political correctness, for me at least. It's more like extending a courtesy towards others I'd appreciate having extended towards me.

Kindergarten stuff. Be nice, share your toys, etc.

As I typed, I try to type "LGBTQ" when I remember to, because I remember being hurt when I didn't feel like I counted. :D

-- Andy

P.S.

Dogbladewarrior wrote:
I’ll prolly add a Q in my personal terminology from now on as my friends have recently started doing so as well.

Meh. Do it because you've thought about it and have a desire to do so.

Not because it's totally in fashion or all ur friends r doing it.

Or because someone TOLD you to.

That's just being "politically correct." hehe


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Terquem wrote:
"If I tell you how much it hurts, will you use that against me?" - David

hehe :D

No, David, I will not.

And I don't write checks that can't be cashed.

-- Andy


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Hey BigNorseWolf.

I was surprised to see you type this ...

BigNorseWolf wrote:
The link to male homosexuality with older brothers may come from a mother who's had lots of boys developing a resistance to testosterone. Less testosterone in the womb, less masculization of the brain, less mental drive to be attracted to girls.

I've read more than once that some studies have shown it's the reverse.

So the thinking goes, HIGH levels of androgens "over-masculinize" males (such that "mere" girls don't work as far as attraction goes, only BUTCH, UBER-Manly-man-MEN will do); females are biased towards being "more-masculine" (hence they "naturally go for girls," and end up lesbians).

And I've never, ever read (other than this post) that a woman could "develop a resistance" to testosterone.

I'm not sure I'd want to read a study testing that hypothesis, either. Because ... well I think I'm Chaotic Good and want to stay that way. :D

Regards,

-- Andy

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