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RPG Superstar 6 Season Star Voter. Pathfinder Society Member. 18,280 posts (27,089 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 60 aliases.


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aeglos wrote:

we had the first real week of summer in Germany, sunny, no rain, above 25*C

and it will last two more days
wohooo

Wait, has it not been above 25*C all summer? Because I need to start spending my summers in Hessia.

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Damn. Didn't know nothin' could be as slippreh as a Deep One in matin' season.

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thegreenteagamer wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

Until (and unless) you really need it and it's really helpful.

(It varies by insurance and situation. In many cases, you're right, tgtg.)

But then they just jack up your rates immediately after to compensate, regardless of the type of insurance!

I have never known anyone who had their life insurance premium get jacked up after they made a claim.

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Male Celestial Cleric of Myself 10/Radiant Servant of Me 10
Jeydavu of Hellirinn wrote:

Jeydavu, dressed in his cold weather gear, watches intently as the weather changes from humid warm to freezing temperatures. He brushes the snow off of Chtonthoth.

When the group reaches the valley, he moves to the front to survey the land. "I think we should keep moving the day is only half over. Chtonthoth and I can lead the way. Follow in his tracks."

[dice=survival]1d20+10

He carefully attempts to pick out a safe route into the valley, leaving no trail as he moves through the snow.

How can we follow in his tracks if he doesn't leave any?

(Kidding!)

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Male Celestial Cleric of Myself 10/Radiant Servant of Me 10

So, you've got people trying to tackle the gnome left and right, Faenor manages to do it but gets knocked out by the alchemist's defensive spells, and Jerry is rolling around on the floor with his clothes on fire. I hope somebody takes a picture.

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NobodysHome wrote:

Y'know, being NICE to people ALWAYS pays off.

The IT guy who got my Service Request (SR) knows me. Knows how technical I am. So he just gave me a call.
"Yeah, we don't support dual monitors. But look at the back of your docking station. See how there are two separate panels? Well, maybe, just maybe, those two panels attach to separate boards so using an adapter to connect to the first panel, then connecting the second monitor the second panel might convince your laptop that there are two monitors... I don't see another way it would work..."

Of course, it worked like a charm, and my dual monitors are up and running... violating our company's bizarre "one computer, one monitor" policy.

I am SUCH a rebel...

My company has an "everybody gets two monitors" policy, and I don't know if I could ever go back to just one.

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Lol. Well that didn't stay a secret long.

Did they give up and decide to tell everybody, or did someone spill the beans?

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Male Celestial Cleric of Myself 10/Radiant Servant of Me 10

I have company through the weekend, followed by a business trip, so I may be spotty the next week or so. I will update when I can!

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Male Celestial Cleric of Myself 10/Radiant Servant of Me 10

I have company through the weekend, followed by a business trip, so I may be spotty the next week or so. I will update when I can!

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Congrats, Patrick!!

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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

Hope your headache eases up soon, Lynora.

Sorry you are so ill, Freehold. Clearly, Alton Brown has finally weaponized bleu cheese mold and infected you to test it. Like Nobody, I recommend spicy foods, but also with alcoholic beverages to disinfect your liver and blood.

I am still unconvinced that alcohol kills of viral infections, but I will keep trying ;)

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David M Mallon wrote:
Hey CH, this one's for you.

Makes me want a white hot...

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lucky7 wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
But so dramatic!
Meh. Only in retrospect or from a distance.

Isn't forensics always dramatic?

(Seriously, though, I hope it isn't too awkward!)

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If I ever meet her I'm going to call her Lizzie Windsor.

(I can say that, assured by the extreme unlikeliness of such a meeting ever occurring.)

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Tacticslion wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

I get to go to the other side of town to find a Dipper hat at the Mall.

The upside, if I go between rush hours it'll only take a half hour to drive there.

The downside, I hate malls, every single one.

But... but... food courts with fake Chinese food they give for free on toothpicks!

No?

The toothpick bite is always the best bite. They give you that one piece and it tastes sooooo good. So you order some and it immediately tastes like garbage.

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Bring back the Rods, Staves, and Wands saving throw!

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I am making some effort to exercise more, and it has been educational.

Lesson 1: If you haven't done squats in a decade, you're going to feel that s~#~ for days.

Ow. Please no more stairs.

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Treppa wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

I love the part where you have to pick your two companions (as usual) but then some of the people you left out actually complain about not getting picked enough :) It's hilariously meta.

Kaidan: I wanted to come...
Javik: Fifty thousand years I have waited, and still I do not get picked.

I picked Javik because of his long waiting room session.

And Traynor's toothbrush returned!

Yeah, very meta. The Cat6 grunts talking about slowing Shepard down because they're cannon fodder. "Well, s+*&."

EDIT: MY SPACE HAMSTER! Oh-ho, it's ON.

And Shepard obsessing... "Do I really sound like that?"

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Aberzombie wrote:
World’s most expensive villa owned by Grand Marnier heiress goes on sale for £860MILLION

That is good news! I was in the market for a property in that price range.

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I love the part where you have to pick your two companions (as usual) but then some of the people you left out actually complain about not getting picked enough :) It's hilariously meta.

Kaidan: I wanted to come...
Javik: Fifty thousand years I have waited, and still I do not get picked.

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And then there was this thread that never even got locked.

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Freehold, why aren't we in Colorado?

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Some humor for anyone with a choral background.

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

Sorry to hear of the bad con showing FHDM.

As for takoyaki ... I had thought we were going to the poutine restaurant so that is what I informed my ladybro was the plan. She was super enthused, as she confessed a deep love for poutine. Now, I don't know if she has a similar love for takoyaki, but I'd hate to disappoint her with a change of plans.

As for NYC, I'm thinking thusly:

Sunday:
Arrive
Wander about-maybe hit museum
Hit poutine restaurant and Burton bar
Monday:
Play tourist (IDK what y'all's work schedule is like, but we'd love company)
Temple of Dog show at MSG
Tuesday: Retreat to New England

What's the date again?
November 6-8. Sunday-Tuesday

I feared that was the case. I am probably out of commission on the 6th. Don't know for sure yet.

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I forgot how much I love the Citadel DLC.

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Patrick Curtin wrote:

Sorry to hear of the bad con showing FHDM.

As for takoyaki ... I had thought we were going to the poutine restaurant so that is what I informed my ladybro was the plan. She was super enthused, as she confessed a deep love for poutine. Now, I don't know if she has a similar love for takoyaki, but I'd hate to disappoint her with a change of plans.

As for NYC, I'm thinking thusly:

Sunday:
Arrive
Wander about-maybe hit museum
Hit poutine restaurant and Burton bar
Monday:
Play tourist (IDK what y'all's work schedule is like, but we'd love company)
Temple of Dog show at MSG
Tuesday: Retreat to New England

What's the date again?

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

This is actually the first time I've had poutine.

I can't eat takoyaki. Octopus is one of my spirit animals, thus forbidden to the monkey

Don't tell Freehold... Poutine is better than takoyaki.

How was your poutine?

A lot like loaded fries in the States. More of a potato casserole in texture
At Pomme Frites they are made with freshly cut, amazing fries. You need good fries for good poutine. If they are weak fries or if it has been sitting, it kind of mushes into a casserole.
Excellent. My female companion was quite psyched to hear of our destination for Sunday dinner.

Just be aware: French fries are all they sell.

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

This is actually the first time I've had poutine.

I can't eat takoyaki. Octopus is one of my spirit animals, thus forbidden to the monkey

Don't tell Freehold... Poutine is better than takoyaki.

How was your poutine?

A lot like loaded fries in the States. More of a potato casserole in texture

At Pomme Frites they are made with freshly cut, amazing fries. You need good fries for good poutine. If they are weak fries or if it has been sitting, it kind of mushes into a casserole.

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Patrick Curtin wrote:

This is actually the first time I've had poutine.

I can't eat takoyaki. Octopus is one of my spirit animals, thus forbidden to the monkey

Don't tell Freehold... Poutine is better than takoyaki.

How was your poutine?

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Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:
Rysky wrote:
And poutine creeps me out. It's fries, curds, and gravy right?
Curds are just soft cheese. Fries, cheese, and gravy sounds really delicious.

This. Fries, smothered in gravy, with bits of melty soft cheese.

If it was served at Denny's and called "Ultimate French Fries" or something, Americans would be all over it.

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(We make fun, but these systems we are coming up with really make about as much sense as the Imperial system. Sigh...)

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Treppa wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Isn't our system called the Imperial system because it's, y'know, British? Overthrow this decadent European measurement system! We should make our own!

Heck yeah!

10 Eagles= 1 Kick ass
10 kick asses=1 Merica
10 Mericas= 1 Norris

Why stop there? Crank that baby up to 11!

11 Eagles= 1 Kick ass
11 kick asses (121 eagles) = 1 Merica
11 Mericas (121 Kick asses or 1331 eagles) = 1 Norris

Down with the decimal system!

That's way too standardized. What are you, some kind of Socialist?

8 Eagles = 1 Kick ass
23 Kick asses = 1 Merica
9.43 Mericas = 1 Norris

Now you're being silly. My system is way easier to work with. Everybody knows if you want a quarter of a Norris you need 332.75 eagles.

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Feros wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
So wait, is he Keri Russell, or the guy? I'm so confused in how (or why) Canadian spying works.
We are subtly influencing your society until you all become addicted to maple syrup and poutine. Then you are ours!

Okay, maple syrup and poutine are both delicious.

All hail out subarctic overlords!

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Isn't our system called the Imperial system because it's, y'know, British? Overthrow this decadent European measurement system! We should make our own!

Heck yeah!

10 Eagles= 1 Kick ass
10 kick asses=1 Merica
10 Mericas= 1 Norris

Why stop there? Crank that baby up to 11!

11 Eagles= 1 Kick ass
11 kick asses (121 eagles) = 1 Merica
11 Mericas (121 Kick asses or 1331 eagles) = 1 Norris

Down with the decimal system!

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Ragadolf wrote:

Hey just FYI

I'm in middle of floodpocalypse here in south louisana
No tv Internet or home phone
When I actually need it Cox cable fails me entirely
I'll be replacing it immediately
First I have to survive another week of rain and get the water damage to my house repaired
Please pass along to my pbp's that I am out of contact
Will return soon as services are restored
Many thanks

Looks like things are still really bad. I hope your family is holding up okay.

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Male Celestial Cleric of Myself 10/Radiant Servant of Me 10

Safe travels, Patrick!

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The Doomkitten wrote:
Nice. Who got killed by Kai Leng, though?

It was a bad day for Thane Krios...

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So, I made the decision to drop what I'm doing and get over there. It's weird to go to an engagement party with only half the couple, but better than no couple at all. John will come over when he can. As it is, party should continue to 9:00.

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I've been trying to approach this whole wedding thing from a "big picture" angle, and it helps. Usually.

Not today. Missed a detail that is causing extreme awkwardness.

Some friends wanted to throw an engagement party for us and I said, "Evening of August 13th will be great." (John works Saturdays, so the goal was to have it after he gets out of work.) The host sent me a copy of the invitation but I didn't really pay attention to it. Just a "See you on the 13th".

The invitation said 3pm. That is not evening, but I didn't notice the problem until today (the day of the event). And now I know what it feels like to call a party host on the day of the event to explain that I will be 2.5 hours late to a party thrown in my honor. (Hint: it feels s*#+ty.)

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Spray n' Pray Big MT Yesterday wrote:
Tis a dark day for playing video games.

Shepard saved the salarian councilor and got their support for the war effort against the reapers.

Some of us are doing fine ;)

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Tacticslion wrote:
Rawr! wrote:

GenCorm was good times. I will be catching up later this weekend.

In the meantime...Fog Golem

This is an awesome monster!

I've some questions though... (if you don't mind):

1) in the second line of magic immunity, does it imply that there is a way to make solid fog deal elemental damage? Or just that any elemental damage spell it's not immune to works against it? It's probably clear - aim just blerg at present...

2) is the elemental composition shift voluntary or automatic? In other words, does the golem go, "oh, the master says 'ice' so I'd better chill" (and if so, is there an action? I'd imagine not, but Infeel compelled to ask...), or does it only happen when it runs into something immune to (say) fire - and if it's the latter, how does is the element "chosen" (involuntary as that selection is)? Is there any particular duration before reverting to acid? My impression was that it was non-voluntary (that it merely happens), and my instinct would be to pattern the choice on: non-immunity>non-resistant>(weakness/vulnerability)>alphabetically chosen (making fire relatively rare - much to the world's relief). Does that sound right?

3) The spells, man, the spells! I was going to recommend a number of more specific spells, like river of wind, or wind blades, or even control winds, but the last doesn't allow SR, sooooooo... I was wondering if you wanted to note a general weakness to [air] spells and strong wind - maybe noting that all spells with the [air] descriptor slow it, as the spell, or something, and it's treated as two categories smaller v. wind or wind effects? (Vaguely similar to a...

I'm still wondering what happens when it enters an antimagic field. Its gaseous form would be dispelled, so what does it become? It's such a minor thing, but could be a quandary under the right circumstances.

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Aberzombie wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
So, Aberzombie... I know you saw my bacon-garnished cocktail from Bar Bacon. Would that be sufficient reason to temporarily lift your ban on going to New York?

Since I don't drink cocktails, probably not. I'm mostly a beer and mead kind of guy. Especially when it's home brewed.....

Not to mention, there's always a good rauchbier, which pretty much tastes like liquid bacon. I can find those many places.

INCLUDING New York! :-D
True, but the great thing about...anywhere else....is that it's not New York.

But Bar Bacon isn't just abut the bacon bourbon. There are bacon appetizers and bacon entrees and bacon desserts. I had a tasting flight of bacon, where they just bring out all different kinds of bacon on a tray...

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captain yesterday wrote:
It has Gaseous Form as a constant spell like ability. :-)

There it is!

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Rawr! wrote:

GenCorm was good times. I will be catching up later this weekend.

In the meantime...Fog Golem

Does it have gaseous qualities? It's not clear from the write up. Can it pass through small spaces and such, even though it is a huge creature, or does it have a fixed shape?

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So, Aberzombie... I know you saw my bacon-garnished cocktail from Bar Bacon. Would that be sufficient reason to temporarily lift your ban on going to New York?

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Still, L.A. traffic is its own beast. There is no rhyme nor reason. Middle of the night? Gridlock. Sunday morning? Traffic.

The only time there was ever not traffic was the time I decided to go to the beach on Christmas Day. I realized that you really should be able to get places far more quickly there...

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Freehold DM wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

Stuck in a carline. Surrounded by other cars.

Unmoving.

This is it. All my nightmares have come true.

I've been transported to the middle of stereotyped New York/Miami/Orlando/LA/etc. traffic!

O.O

saveme

unmoving cars never happens in New York. Unless there was a horrible accident.

True more often than not. But as a counterexample I give you the Belt Parkway during rush hour.

You will be at a standstill, and you will curse the entire borough of Brooklyn under your breath.

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I really just had to vent. I'm sure it will be lovely. Instead of looking at what we still have to do, I should look at what we've already done, which is quite a bit.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

Does anybody want to plan my wedding for me?

Two avowed procrastinators like John and I shouldn't be allowed to plan a lunch outing, let alone a wedding.

I was JUST talking about the wedding with my wife this morning. I remain excited, although I didn't get anything via snail mail yet.

That will be rectified relatively soon.

Procrastinators and all that...

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Does anybody want to plan my wedding for me?

Two avowed procrastinators like John and I shouldn't be allowed to plan a lunch outing, let alone a wedding.

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