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I couldn't think of any American jokes about Americans - we need some! There are plenty of jokes about specific areas of America. I searched for some jokes about Americans but most of the ones I found were probably derived in another country. They were really funny though. I liked this one:

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An American was telling one of his favorite jokes to a group of friends. "Hell is a place where the cooks are British, the waiters are French, the policemen are Germans, and the trains are run by Italians."

The lone European in the group pondered all this for a second and responded, "I can't say about the police and the trains, but you're probably right about going out to eat. A restaurant in Hell would be one where the cooks are British and the waiters are French - and the customers are all Americans."

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zylphryx wrote:


How is it we are known for Nobel Laureates and lawnmower deaths???

I am a theorist - I don't know how to use a lawnmower.

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It all depends on the apocalypse.

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meatrace wrote:
At least that's your doctorate, this is just an undergraduate degree.

I knew plenty of people your age and much older as an undergrad and grad student. Don't let it bother you. Just laugh at the stupid young people.

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meatrace wrote:
Scythia wrote:
meatrace wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
I'm attending Arizona State University in my first semester as a transfer student, studying for a B.S. in Applied Computer Science.

I almost wish I was going there.

Just so I'd know there was someone else older than me.
I'm not worried about someone being older than me, I'm more bothered by so many of them being younger. :P
That was my point. I'm 32 and surrounded by teenagers. If TOZ were here with me I wouldn't be the only old guy.

That is pretty much how I felt. I finished my doctorate at 33.

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Writing in their journal/diary (since so many Pathfinder villains keep them *see ROTRL*).

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Are we doing this or what? I am free most weekends. So far I see

Pennywit
Asphere (me)
Gladior

Do we have a fourth? Also, any GMs? I am currently GMing another game so I would prefer to be a player.

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That doesn't annoy me at all (in regard to the OP). What annoys me is when they don't role play at all and constantly ask me (the GM) what they should do next. If they want to play Drizzt, Tass, or Luke Skywalker's motif I am just happy that they are role playing.

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Josh M. wrote:
Hama wrote:
Josh M. wrote:
Hama wrote:
Asphere wrote:
Canceling the day of is unacceptable unless the circumstances warrant it. If they were fully aware that they wouldn't be able to attend in advance but decided to tell you the day of they are being extremely inconsiderate. I have dealt with players who did this in the past. My approach is to let them know individually that I found it rude and that if it happens again I will replace them in the group. That usually stops it.
What he said. Also, it absolutely doesn't matter if they are friends or not.
Are your players employees? "Doesn't matter if they are friends or not..." That sounds like a business decision, not a gaming one.

No, but i prefer my players not messing with me. Also, we can still be friends, we just don't game anymore. I take my gaming seriously, if other people don't, i don't see a reason of keeping them around for that particular activity.

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What Asphere meant is, i think, that you should mention replacing them, not replacing them for real.

Maybe I just don't have your passion. I just think that the players being friends matters dramatically, is all. If someone winds up being a real problem at the table, the problem will be dealt with. Calling off the day of the game? Not that big of a deal. Maybe I'm too tolerant. I just value the time spent with my friends more than I value a board game. YMMV.

You must be playing with people who have been your friends externally to the game for some time - your tolerance is more understandable if that is the case. The people I play with I have met through gaming. The ones I have now are my friends because they weren't inconsiderate jerks who repeatedly canceled on our group - we weeded those people out.

Also, the medium for the social activity may simply be a game, however, the preparations to GM it and host it equal time and in some cases money. Additionally, the GM and other players may have had opportunities to do something else the night of the game and are now left sitting at home without plans if the game falls through.

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Hama wrote:
Josh M. wrote:
Hama wrote:
Asphere wrote:
Canceling the day of is unacceptable unless the circumstances warrant it. If they were fully aware that they wouldn't be able to attend in advance but decided to tell you the day of they are being extremely inconsiderate. I have dealt with players who did this in the past. My approach is to let them know individually that I found it rude and that if it happens again I will replace them in the group. That usually stops it.
What he said. Also, it absolutely doesn't matter if they are friends or not.
Are your players employees? "Doesn't matter if they are friends or not..." That sounds like a business decision, not a gaming one.

No, but i prefer my players not messing with me. Also, we can still be friends, we just don't game anymore. I take my gaming seriously, if other people don't, i don't see a reason of keeping them around for that particular activity.

@Tinkergoth

What Asphere meant is, i think, that you should mention replacing them, not replacing them for real.

Actually I meant replacing them using a hit man. There is a lake near my house that is full of the bodies of inconsiderate tabletop gamers :D

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Ellis Mirari wrote:
Josh M. wrote:
Hama wrote:
Asphere wrote:
Canceling the day of is unacceptable unless the circumstances warrant it. If they were fully aware that they wouldn't be able to attend in advance but decided to tell you the day of they are being extremely inconsiderate. I have dealt with players who did this in the past. My approach is to let them know individually that I found it rude and that if it happens again I will replace them in the group. That usually stops it.
What he said. Also, it absolutely doesn't matter if they are friends or not.
Are your players employees? "Doesn't matter if they are friends or not..." That sounds like a business decision, not a gaming one.

We're getting to differences in group structure again.

For some, gaming is run at stores where it may very much be a part of the GM's job there to prep for and run games. The players might also not be friends away from the table, or a few might be friends while others are simple customers. In that context, one should NOT show preferential treatment and give the friend loads of slack while the regular store goes get the shaft after a couple of cancellations.

I think that's what he meant.

Pretty much. Though I am not GMing in a store the structure is similar. I met my current group by throwing up an advert for players. I live in the DC area so there were lots of responses. We became friends through the regularly scheduled game.

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Josh M. wrote:
Asphere wrote:
Canceling the day of is unacceptable unless the circumstances warrant it. If they were fully aware that they wouldn't be able to attend in advance but decided to tell you the day of they are being extremely inconsiderate. I have dealt with players who did this in the past. My approach is to let them know individually that I found it rude and that if it happens again I will replace them in the group. That usually stops it.

To each their own, but to me this sounds very harsh. The only amount of notice I need is roughly before I head out the door to the game.

As for "replacing" players, do you have a waiting list of people ready to play? I find that kicking a friend out of a friendly social activity for missing two games to be a good way to wind up losing more friends eventually.

Well I am pretty flexible about which "circumstances warrant it". However, I have allotted my very limited time to planning the session as well as turned down other social activities so that I could be available to GM. If people aren't turning up for petty reasons and potentially ruining games I would look for people who are more reliable and get rid of those who consider the game to be "something to do if nothing better comes along".

Also, I have done this with friends and we are still friends. I just tell them that I am going to replace them with someone who wants to play more frequently and maybe they can play every now and then if someone is unable to make it or I think and extra player works for that session. Typically players who are flaky aren't really devastated by losing their permanent spot.

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Canceling the day of is unacceptable unless the circumstances warrant it. If they were fully aware that they wouldn't be able to attend in advance but decided to tell you the day of they are being extremely inconsiderate. I have dealt with players who did this in the past. My approach is to let them know individually that I found it rude and that if it happens again I will replace them in the group. That usually stops it.

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Well I am in for $300. This one seems better for GMs with all of the monsters and evil NPCs.

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I just gradumatated from college. I finally finished my PhD and was forced naked and alone into the real world. It is terrifying. They expect results in the real world!

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I would like to play a Magus.

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Justin Rocket wrote:
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31 USC § 1341 - Limitations on expending and obligating amounts

(1) An officer or employee of the United States Government or of the District of Columbia government may not—
(A) make or authorize an expenditure or obligation exceeding an amount available in an appropriation or fund for the expenditure or obligation;

A poster asserted in a different thread that if the US Government makes or authorizes an obligation or expenditure for which funds don't exist, then an appropriation or funds must later be made available.

That seems to be wrong.

As per the law referenced above, the government cannnot make or authorize an obligation or expenditure until -after- the appropriation or funds are available.

In other words, it is illegal to pass a law which creates an obligation on the part of the US government until _after_ the funds/appropriation for those funds already exists.

If it is me you are referring to than I apologize for asserting that. It wasn't what I meant. You were implying that the PPACA was part of the resolution that failed Monday. We were trying to tell you that it wasn't and I mentioned that this move was unprecedented and was not a failure on the Democrats part to not negotiate. From your posts you seem to believe that the PPACA was funded through the resolution and that the house was simply removing it. I said that what the GOP was doing was unprecedented, meaning to make it clear that laws have not been defunded prior to implementation on financial resolutions that they are not part of. Looking back at it what I said was much more muddled.

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I am in Silver Spring, MD. I am down to play anything. I don't want to GM (already doing that with another group).

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I can play on the weekend. Are you near the metro? Where are you?

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thunderspirit wrote:
Justin Rocket wrote:
Asphere wrote:
It has to be funded until it is repealed.
What administrative law states that? I'd like to read it.
I've got Justin Rocket's back on this (and only this) point: unfunded mandates exist all over Federal law (No Child Left Behind, as merely one example). There's nothing at all that says appropriations have to be made for law enactment. It's a well-rehearsed tactic, even if if it completely circumvents the legislative process.

Can you give an example of one that was defunded before it was implemented and failed?

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Bondoid wrote:
Asphere wrote:
Justin Rocket wrote:
bugleyman wrote:
Justin Rocket wrote:
As for stopping the government, the Democrats could have accepted any of the Republican proposals and kept the government running.
You're not even reading this thread, are you? :P
I'm reading it. Some people aren't acknowledging that the Democrats could have accepted the Republican budget and kept the government running. Oh sure, they would have felt that they just handed over a baby to be dropped in a blender, but the Republicans would have felt the same way if they accepted the Democrat budget.
Congress already passed the PPACA. It has to be funded until it is repealed. Laws cannot be repealed by refusing to sign funding bills. Additionally, concessions and negotiations were already made 3 years ago to such an extent that Obama is criticized heavily for compromising too much with conservatives. I am sorry but you clearly just do not understand what is going on here.

This is completely wrong.

The Anti-Deficiency Act of 1984 allows congress to kill government programs by not funding them.

It also makes it illegal for the Executive branch to continue government programs that have been de-funded.

Yes government programs whose cost exceeds what is available in appropriations or funds. The PPACA is funded through its own tax.

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Justin Rocket wrote:
bugleyman wrote:
Justin Rocket wrote:
As for stopping the government, the Democrats could have accepted any of the Republican proposals and kept the government running.
You're not even reading this thread, are you? :P
I'm reading it. Some people aren't acknowledging that the Democrats could have accepted the Republican budget and kept the government running. Oh sure, they would have felt that they just handed over a baby to be dropped in a blender, but the Republicans would have felt the same way if they accepted the Democrat budget.

Congress already passed the PPACA. It has to be funded until it is repealed. Laws cannot be repealed by refusing to sign funding bills. Additionally, concessions and negotiations were already made 3 years ago to such an extent that Obama is criticized heavily for compromising too much with conservatives. I am sorry but you clearly just do not understand what is going on here.

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Justin Rocket wrote:
Scott Betts wrote:


That strikes me as problematic. You need to start backing horses with a chance.

That strikes me as problematic. As long as people vote for politicians who "have a chance" because they are backed by the DNC and RNC, our country won't have a chance because the DNC and RNC are killing us.

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Based on what, exactly?

Actual facts say otherwise. Darned facts.

what actual evidence are you pointing to?

the current failure of federal government came about because our government overreached and got too big. Your represenatives are people who have no experience living like you.

So do you support creating a new legislative mechanism to repeal laws by attaching provisions to funding bills that defund what was democratically agreed upon? Regardless of how you feel about the PPACA - doesn't that strike you as undemocratic and a step in the wrong direction for your big picture goals discussed above? Imagine if it worked. The democrats will use it on the republicans. It would be chaos.

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Justin Rocket wrote:
bugleyman wrote:
Justin Rocket wrote:
ACA is a component of funding. It cannot be considered totally unrelated to funding.

EVERYTHING THE GOVERNMENT DOES is "related" to funding...see my remark above about the Bush tax cuts.

Extortion, plain and simple. Thankfully, it is almost guaranteed to backfire.

When the person you are negotiating with doesn't cooperate, that's not extortion. it is failure on your part (and maybe the other person's part) to negotiate.

They weren't negotiating on the PPAC. It was enacted 3 years ago and became law. It has to be funded unless it can be repealed. That is the process. What is happening now, to my knowledge, has never happened before. It is a political pathway that bypasses the democratic process. It cannot be allowed to work regardless of what it is about.

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Justin Rocket wrote:
Asphere wrote:
Justin Rocket wrote:
Stebehil wrote:

No, the folks are sent home and don´t get any money for that time. Gotta pay some bills? Too bad, thats what you get for working for the gov´t - that what some right-wing nuts would say, I guess.

And what the left-wing nuts would say as well.

I am not sure I follow this whole "both parties are to blame" rhetoric. The PPACA was enacted by congress after much compromise from both parties. The current spending bill has nothing to do with the PPACA other than the fact that some conservatives have used it as a hostage to defund the PPACA.

Friday, 9/20/13 - The House of Representatives passed a Continuing Resolution that would fully fund the government (including things that Republicans don't like) while at the same time defunding Obamacare.

Result: House Republicans compromised on spending that we'd like to see cut in exchange for defunding Obamacare.

Friday, 9/27/13 - The Senate stripped the defunding language out of the House passed Continuing Resolution and sent it back to the House.
Result: Harry Reid and Senate Democrats refused to compromise.

Saturday, 9/28/13 - The House of Representatives added two amendments to the Senate revised Continuing Resolution to delay Obamacare for one year (far from what we were originally willing to agree to) and repeal the medical device tax.
Result: House Republicans compromised away from defunding to delaying Obamacare for one year.

Monday, 9/30/13 - The Senate stripped the two amendments from the House passed Continuing Resolution and sent it back to the House.
Result: Harry Reid and Senate Democrats refuse to compromise one inch on Obamacare.

It looks to me like the responsibility for the failure to reach a solution fell on both parties.

But the PPACA was already enacted by both chambers of congress 3 years ago after heavy compromise from the left. There is a legislative process to challenge established laws - the Republicans have failed 41 times (I think?) to repeal the PPACA via this process. The next step would be to win future elections and to continue to challenge it.

The PPACA was not part of the spending bill. The spending bill is being used as a last attempt to stop the PPACA through unprecedented strategy based on extortion.

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MMCJawa wrote:

A fellow grad student left on a plane from New Zealand to visit collections at the Smithsonian for 3 weeks before the big vert paleo conferences. The Smithsonian has one of the best collections of marine mammal material in the world, and is crucial for his dissertation research.

Smithsonian is shut down now, and so he is going to be left to try to rearrange his trip and find suitable material elsewhere.

Damn that sucks.

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Justin Rocket wrote:
Stebehil wrote:

No, the folks are sent home and don´t get any money for that time. Gotta pay some bills? Too bad, thats what you get for working for the gov´t - that what some right-wing nuts would say, I guess.

And what the left-wing nuts would say as well.

I am not sure I follow this whole "both parties are to blame" rhetoric. The PPACA was enacted by congress after much compromise from both parties. The current spending bill has nothing to do with the PPACA other than the fact that some conservatives have used it as a hostage to defund the PPACA.

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Skeld wrote:
Asphere wrote:
I am a contractor at a government lab. We are still open, however, it is uncertain whether or not we will be during the duration of the shutdown - it depends on how long it is shut down. I still get paid even if I am told not to come to work (one of the few perks of being a contractor vs. government employee). I have been told that I am to work at home but I am not allowed to use my personal computer (security reasons) even though 99% of my work involves a computer. Brilliant.

I'm also a contractor in a government lab and I'm at work today. They told us yesterday to keep right on coming in because we still have FY13 money that we can tap.

However, I don't know what kind of contracting deal you have, but I know that if we do get sent home, there is no pay or working from home for me. In fact, I work with a lot of contractors from a lot of different companies (large and small) and I don't know any of them that get paid for not working. The government employees have always gotten back pay for shutdowns; contractors, not so much. (Your contract must be set up differently than the ones I'm used to dealing with.)

-Skeld

Yes I guess it depends on what kind of contractor you are. I am a postdoctoral researcher so things are definitely different for me.

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Orthos wrote:
Link for those of us not in the know?

link

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I am a contractor at a government lab. We are still open, however, it is uncertain whether or not we will be during the duration of the shutdown - it depends on how long it is shut down. I still get paid even if I am told not to come to work (one of the few perks of being a contractor vs. government employee). I have been told that I am to work at home but I am not allowed to use my personal computer (security reasons) even though 99% of my work involves a computer. Brilliant.

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So who had to stay home from work today?

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Licensing. To get a license you must undergo an extensive background check that includes your mental health history and the mental health histories of those living with you. Also, it includes a criminal background check. If the automated process catches something it should be flagged and reported to a person who can decide to decline, pass, or bring in for an interview. If you are declined a detailed report should be sent to your and you should be allowed to request an appeal.

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Why am I not a millionaire? I am a physicist.

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*Update*

I finally got in touch with someone at the USPS Recovery center. They told me that since I was mailed the label that was on my box she was sure that the box and the books became separated (box busted open). If that was the case, the books would be grouped together and sent to the Mail Recovery Center to be processed. However, that particular department is still working on received items from June. So there is still hope that they will find my items when they get to them. It just might take awhile.

I am fairly surprised that the box busted open. The box I used was from my work and is used to ship scientific equipment with - very thick and sturdy. Additionally, I used tons of tape. The whole box was pretty much covered with tape that wrapped several times around each length. Since it was media mail I am inclined to think that they opened it to make sure that it was books and then did a s$++ job taping it back up.

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Sissyl wrote:
Asphere wrote:
Who says I didn't cry like and ugly, ugly baby? My wife feels really bad because she is the one who absent mindlessly forgot to add insurance when she printed off the label (it was the last package). I told her not to worry about it and then secretly locked it away in the vault inside my head to use the next time I do something bad.
Oh, right... one thing. "I forgot" can mean many different things.

I can see how you would think that. However, she plays in my group frequently. Additionally, I landed a job and we had to move in 2 weeks so we were both stressed out with all of the packing and cleaning we had to do. We have the ability to weigh packages and print labels from home so we sat there and did it together. We had a few at the end that were media mail and she just didn't click the button for insurance when we were on the last one. To be honest it was a bit my fault too because she didn't ask about the value and I didn't notice (even though she had for all the other boxes).

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Who says I didn't cry like and ugly, ugly baby? My wife feels really bad because she is the one who absent mindlessly forgot to add insurance when she printed off the label (it was the last package). I told her not to worry about it and then secretly locked it away in the vault inside my head to use the next time I do something bad.

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Thanks for the sympathy. I am still calling around and trying to figure out what happened. They tell me that the box was probably shipped off to the mail recovery center in Atlanta. I had to put in a request for them to look for it and described the box and its contents. However, I have read that they typically never recover the mail at the recovery center. I will keep trying.

I did pay for the shipping with a credit card. I will definitely look into the credit card insurance.

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Not asking for replacements. I am already buying some of them again. Additionally I have a good job so replacing them will not be the end of the world. I am thinking about getting the new yoga 2 that comes out in October and going digital. It was a learning experience. The Tome is the only one that really gets me.

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I recently moved and we decided that we should ship everything that we wanted to keep and sell off our furniture because the cost to move the furniture exceeded what we felt it was worth. We shipped close to 20 boxes. 1 box had my entire Pathfinder collection (including the Tome of Horrors book). For some reason we insured every other box but somehow missed that one - and it was lost. I got a notification that they found the label but couldn't find the box. I taped that sucker on with what seemed like a full roll of tape. I am pretty bummed out about it.

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I am starting a new group now. We play in downtown Silver Spring, MD and my house is only a few blocks from the metro (5 min walk). We would love to have you. If you are interested I can send you a PM with my email and phone number. I think we will try and meet tomorrow to make characters but I can meet with you later if that is not enough time. We are still trying to nail down a game time.

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I really like Bushmill's Black Label, but I enjoy their regular white label as well and it doesn't break the bank.

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Whiskey. I love scotch but I also drink bourbon and Irish whiskeys. My go to scotch is Glenlivet 12 because that is something I can regularly afford - for special occasions I might go Glenlivet 18 or Glenfidditch 18.

Also, since I try to minimize unnecessary carbs from my diet whiskey is perfect!

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I just moved to the DC area and I am looking to join a gaming group or DM for one or both.

Additionally, are there any good game stores around?

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Oh also an online mapmaker with all of the new pieces! Check it out here:

Dwarven Forge Mapmaker

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This kickstarter has become incredibly awesome. The stretch goal rewards now include extra basic pieces to help make a huge dungeon, curved walls, diagonal walls, narrow doors, demon doors, pillars, and coming soon walls with windows and dungeon dressing such as barrels and treasure piles! Jump on the bandwagon while you still can!

Dwarven Forge Kickstarter

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Check out the new stretch goals! Curved walls and floors! With all of these free pieces it doesn't make any sense to get in on this one:

Dwarven Forge's Game Tiles Kickstarter

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Well with the stretch goals increasing the number of pieces maybe the shipping would be more bearable? I feel you though.

For me, Hirst Arts provides me with the ability to create custom pieces to use in tandem with my DF stuff. The idea of casting everything needed for a massive multi-game dungeon and then putting it all together seems so tedious and boring. Making custom pieces takes way less time and is a lot of fun. I just can't spend the time making full dungeons with Hirst Arts due to family and work.

I am pledging for 5 painted sets with the current stretch goals nets me almost 7 full painted sets. I will never need any more than that.

This kickstarter allows me to bulk up on room space for a super cheap price (I am in the states so I don't have to consider shipping). I can't wait to get the new Hirst Inn molds though. I am going to order them in May and go nuts. I think I will use them to build some static buildings (I have some roof molds) like a lumber mill, alchemical shop, magic shop, and maybe the inn he has shown.

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Mazra wrote:
Asphere wrote:
Mazra wrote:
I agree Aberzombie you do need a lot of this stuff to make it work right. I have several sets and it is often not enough. But with this KS, I may have enough to be very functional going forward. So if you already have some of this stuff this is a great opportunity to expand. And truthfully, even if you don't have any, this KS is a great opportunity to get started with the best terrain options available in the marketplace.
Yeah but if you go in for 5 sets there is a possibility that you will wind up with 10 sets after the stretch goals are met.
Who said anything about 5 sets? I am in at the base level ($120) where stretch goals are applicable. This will be plenty with what I already own. And this level would be a great place to start for someone who doesn't have Dwarven Forge or deep pockets.

Yeah if you already have some sets this is a great way to bulk them up. I have two rooms & passage sets, 1 wicked additions 1&2 sets, and the advanced builder set. I am always having problems adding large rooms though (plenty of passages). I pledged for 5 sets so I can add huge rooms and fill in a lot of gaps on the table with secret areas and what not. This kickstarter rocks!

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Monkplayer wrote:

@Asphere

I just did my first mega dungeon and I used my ruins set for the first time. As I think you're aware I've only been collecting DF for 18 months. I can't wait for my group to get to that part of my dungeon. I have seven secret pit traps set up in that large room. It's really cool to put that removable 1" square over the tile and, walla you have a pit trap, that even I have trouble seeing, and I know where the floor traps are!

That is awesome. That happened to me too. I forgot which tile came from the ruins set and had to force my players to avert their eyes while I went around trying to lift each tile up to check.

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