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I did a watch-through of TNG about a year ago and I was seriously all like "This sounds suspiciously similar..."
Glad to know it was warranted. ^_^
My gaming group usually reserves the term "murder-hoboes" for Paladins. XD
Sometimes it's "Thought-police-murder-hobo" though, if the Paladin is one of those that thinks a Detect Evil spell is judge and jury, with them being the executioner.
It's probably a bad thing that I immediately picutred Ayn Rand as a Shantak.
Also, thanks to Lyn I wasted my entire morning reading Darths & Droids.
Links are dangerous Lyn!
I'm also probably going to end up reading Friendship is Dragons again too. Nice job! ;P
The Doomkitten wrote:
Highly Inappropriate (Pony) Curses:
"Celestia clop my clit with a hooful of sunfire!"
"Luna f%+~ me with the moon!"
"Luna's tidal mareheat!"
"WITH THE MOON!"
"The stars curse me to a thousand rapes by the horn of Nightmare Moon!"
-Courtesy of Fallout Equestia xD
Dami: I imagine the decontamination is going to be similar to what Lang and crew went through when the came back from Haven.
Basically, any foreign diseases/bacteria would be especially deadly to an isolated world whose inhabitants have not developed appropriate anti-bodies and the like.
This would probably prove double for any exteaplanar adventuring, given the nature of those places. I imagine their diseases are much more deadly than normal.
I don't see much need for high level "doctor" types just for the scanning stage anyway. Might need them of there are any contaminants.
As far as suggestions on NPCs and such: they can always simply be faceless nurses and such. I've introduced a few nurses in the past with no followup on them. /shrug
I knew I recognized that name from somewhere. Been ages since I read Good Omens though. The part that always stuck in my mind from that story was the descriptions of the Horsemen (Pestilence retired muttering something about penicillin).
No posts right now cause I'm all tucked in, but I'm glad you spewed tea Lyn. That was my goal. :)