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Wow. Hawaii for a week. Awesome.

Welcome back, Lynora. Your sacred animal is now the DOLPHIN!!!!


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Thanks everyone. *sigh* nothing to do but watch starship troopers now....


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Muad'Dib wrote:

I am partially responsible for the worst PC duo.

My friend and I were playing in a Super Hero game. We created a wrestling tag-team duo who on a goodwill tour of Ukraine back in 1986 got irradiated with chemicals from the Chernobyl disaster and developed super powers.

They decided to "tag-team" up against crime.

The characters had tragically low IQs and drove a monster truck as their super car. The duo arrived on the scene of a crime by leaping the monster truck over (and crushing) a squad of cop cars. Walk-off music blared from the trucks speakers and fireworks shoot out the top of the truck. They brothers jumped out of the vehicle all baby oiled up. After flexing and taunting the enemy one of the brothers jumped into melee while the other went to the corner of the room and begged to be tapped in. "tag me brother!!"

Once tagged they had a few rounds in which they could act together, pummel foes and pulling off combo moves. If there were more than one foe it was considered a "royal rumble".

Like any classic hero they had weaknesses. They were both terrified by folding chairs as the chairs always did double damage when used against them.

We modeled the wrestlers after Randy the macho man Savage and Rick Flair. We each had developed signature moves and never turned down an opportunity to yell in front of a camera and tell kids not to do drugs.

I never laughed so much as a game. We never broke Kayfabe.

It was beyond stupid, but it was fun...

-MD

This is supposed to be the WORST characters ever, not the most awesome!


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Travel safe.


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Two down. Many more to go.


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Rysky wrote:
Odraude wrote:
darkwarriorkarg wrote:
We went from Torag to Erastil dysfunction...
If you want, we can make this about how Iomedae is the epitome of Lawful Stupid now :)
No she's A+~~@#@ Good.. With an appreciation for TranceStep appearantly.

slight leaning towards awful good in my opinion, but I am more concerned about beach ball good with respect to the deities mentioned above. The last thing golarion needs is to turn their good deities into laughably flawed time of troubles FR nonsense.


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Orthos wrote:
LordSynos wrote:

Is it odd that, while they are clearly sci-fi, I categorise such anime as, well, anime, and hence it doesn't compete with TV shows like Firefly in my head?

(Not "doesn't compete" as it "not as good" but as in "apples to oranges")

Nope, works exactly the same for me as well.

all I can say is watch outlaw star.


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LordSynos wrote:

Cowboy Bebop, Trigun, and all the Gundam's I've watched to date (mainly Wing, Seed, and Mobile Fighter) have been awesome. Will add Bubblegum, Planetes, Outlaw Star and MOAR GUNDAM! to the list.

Is it odd that, while they are clearly sci-fi, I categorise such anime as, well, anime, and hence it doesn't compete with TV shows like Firefly in my head?

(Not "doesn't compete" as it "not as good" but as in "apples to oranges")

DO NOT WATCH BUBBLEGUM CRISIS 2040.


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And just as people who loved the lion king loved kimba the white lion, you'll love outlaw star.


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And of course, there's always Cowboy Bebop.


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For drier fare, check out Planetes.


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There is also Bubblegum Crisis. It is just awesome, though it is more cyberpunk than scifi.


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LordSynos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
LordSynos wrote:

I never took to Enterprise, but my favourite Star Trek was Voyager, so I'm told my opinion doesn't count. :P

Firefly is still the greatest sci-fi TV show I know of. I have the theme song and the Hero of Canton on my iPod, and listen to them regularly.

*shakes fist in general direction of Fox*

sad sigh

I used to love you, man....

I included "that I know of" for a reason, man. :P Guide me here! :D

Just don't say BSG. It's too late for that now.

it's never too late for BSG...

But since you asked, it's always time for MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM.

Not wing. Not Seed. Not X. Not 00. The original, from the hand of Tomino-o-sensei and company themselves. Parts of it have NOT aged well, but it is an epic. I am interested in doing the hardest of hard core things and enjoying Gundam in chronological order- reading the manga, watching the anime, movies, OVAs, etc as they happened in the universe.


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Female Gnome Ranger 1

It did it again SUPER PERCEPTION!!!

120 + 8 = 128


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Orthos wrote:
The book could basically also be titled "Elves, Sex, and Making Fun of Paladins".

I stopped reading after the "sex" part.

rushes out of thread to buy book


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TOZ wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
It'll grow on ya.
So will Firefly.

Fortunately, I have a creme for that.


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meatrace wrote:

When did we start living in a Judge Dredd comic where the cops have the duty to execute unruly citizens?

It's not "innocence until proven guilty...or you die in which case you probably deserved it you scum."

Couldn't have put it better myself.

The world we live in IS NOT that of Judge Dredd. The cops ARE NOT judge, jury and executioner all rolled into one- they are COPS.

We have had too many people of late die from offenses that they should have been rightfully ticketed or arrested for. Resistance should be futile, but not deadly, not in the ways we have seen it over the past months. Yes, cops put their lives on the line every day. One never knows when something is going to get ugly and potentially life threatening. But the people who have been killed lately presented only a minimal threat at best to the officer that ended up killing them. It would be different if they had a gun, or hell, even a knife. But the idea that they are big black and scary and the white cop is so *utterly helpless* in every way shape and form that they HAVE to shoot the person despite the other non-lethal weapons at their disposal is unacceptable. Forget the loss of life, it's also making THEIR OWN LIVES a living hell. I may not trust cops very much, or even like them, but I know when they fire a gun, they are accountable for each and every bullet they fire- and when they kill someone they end up living with the ramifications of that death for the rest of their own lives. We should not be putting people on the street, entrusting them with lethal weapons, only to have them use them in situations where it isn't warranted and/or break down when they DO have to use them or shoot themselves out of a job. There's something wrong with the way these cops are being trained, and I think the militarization/mechanization of the police force on a large scale is the main problem.


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Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Bitter Thorn and I are meeting for lunch today.

PULL BACK A BEER FOR ME!!!!


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Orthos wrote:
LordSynos wrote:
FF VII is a slow burner. The longer it goes on, the deeper the story and characters become, as more of their story unfolds and backstory is revealed.

Admittedly part of the reason VII is not higher on my list is a bit of annoyance at how it's Square's favorite and has gotten so much attention compared to the entire rest of the series. It's gotten more spinoff games than any other FF, its characters show up more often in other media*, it got its own freakin' movie.

But it's not a bad game in any sense of the word, and it does to this day remain Square's best-selling product of all time, even not counting all the spinoffs and pre/sequels. So I'm not surprised they milk it for everything it's worth.

And the SNES era games are getting some love now, between the various remakes and IV getting a sequel. (VI's ending makes it particularly difficult to make a sequel for, as well, which is probably one reason why it's not gotten further attention.**)

That said I consider VI much the same. Especially compared to IV and V, the characters are much deeper, much more developed, their individual stories are more complete and more involved (heck, even the caveman boy gets plot development; the only ones who don't are the two secret characters, really), and the entire plot is more thorough than previous stories, and some to follow as well.

** spoiler omitted **

** spoiler omitted **...

VI REIGNS SUPREME!!!!!!!!!!!!


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LordSynos wrote:
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CUTE!!!!

My mom still laughs at all the times I tried to feed my ears and was disappointed that food wouldn't go in.


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LordSynos wrote:
ebon_fyre wrote:
LordSynos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
LordSynos wrote:

@ Orthos - Is this your first time playing FF VI? It's my second favourite FF, after VII, so good to see (hear/read?) someone enjoying it. :) Never knew that about Gau either, played the whole game without using him. Never real took to his character. Also didn't help that I didn't have a guide. :P

Speaking of guides, I find myself using guides a lot more these days than I would have when I was younger. Possibly a reflection of having less time to commit to games, and figuring things out myself.

0.0

Say wha?

Yeah, you know? Final Fantasy VII? The greatest video computer-game of all time?

;)

No. Nononono.

Baldur's Gate and BG2 remain my favorites.

now for the real fun... :P

Nah, Dark Alliance was the pinnacle of the Baldur's Gate series. Truly, none of the others in the series came close.

** spoiler omitted **

** spoiler omitted **

What? It was fun, I played it with my wife a dozen times. It was fun having a 2 player game.


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LordSynos wrote:
ebon_fyre wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Orthos wrote:
LordSynos wrote:
Orthos wrote:
I haven't even started on VIII, which I also have on Steam.

And you're better off for it. :P

More seriously, VIII is my least favourite of the pre XI series by a significant margin. It is not a very good FF, and not a very good game at all, in my opinion.

Heh, don't tell Ebon that, it's her favorite.

You mean Ebon is THE ONE PERSON who liked VIII?

Her arrival was foretold.

And FFX, X-2, and XII. I know, I'm a heretic. I have FFVII on Steam but can't seem to get into the story.

I actually found X-2 pretty fun. Could be something to do with my love of the job system. That or girls in constantly changing costumes.

FF VII is a slow burner. The longer it goes on, the deeper the story and characters become, as more of their story unfolds and backstory is revealed.

I need to..*ahem* research...x-2..Yeah, that's it, RESEARCH X-2. In slow motion.


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Mikaze wrote:
The Crusader wrote:
Icyshadow wrote:
I bet someone will complain about this change, even though it was called for.

Challenge Accepted.

I actually liked the fact that all the LG deities were not squeaky clean. I guess we can just keep ironing out all of the wrinkles until they are all the same...

Nothing bland about that.

Except this isn't making them all the same.

It's making Torag actually Good.

There is nothing bland about that unless one buys into the wrongheaded conceit that the only way things can be interesting or have depth is to grimdark them up.

Is long past burnt out on Good being portrayed as "good in name only" in this genre. Like by twenty or so years.

I'm sorry to disagree with you here. I have no problem with Torag being more than a bit of a jerk to his enemies, and I read "scatter" to mean something other and considerably less than "genocide".


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SaGa series 4 life!!!!!

Aaaah! Foaming at the mouth fantacism! Fuungaaaaahhhhhh!


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Orthos wrote:
Also, I never realized just how game-breaking Gau can be in the early part of FF6 if you know what you're doing with Rages and take the time to track down the nicer ones.

I can't believe you didn't know that. I personally think it's so the fight with Ultros in the Operahouse goes well if you didn't level everyone appropriately(Ultros can kill everyone at that point in the game), but Gau is a true beast(LOL). My friend cracks him out every game to give him the Merit Award(may have changed in later version) so he can have the fight ability and then truly turn the game on its' head.


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Just applied for 3 jobs. WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Heading back home today. Will post pics later. Great weekend.


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I am post 111111!


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Dear fawtl.

I am drunk.

That is all.


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In Vermont. My friends are getting married in the morning. One is trans* the other is not. I am very happy. Only one other marriage *cough*sex in lobby*cough* could make me happier.


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Posting from the farthest north I have ever been VERMONT! here for a wedding. BNBing a place with friends - this place is HUGE!!!
I HAVE A BED FOR THE FIRST TIME IN FOREVER!!!!!! And my own room too. It's essentially just a day or two but still...YAY!
This is the most rural place my friends have been in, but not myself. They wee taken aback by a place heated solely by firewood/place, but working together we had a fire going in less than 40 seconds. I'm thinking I'll take pictures of everything and post em when I get back. This is going to be an awesome time, methinks.


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Aranna wrote:

Someone mentioned the Asians... and it hit me; Why are they treated SO much better than the blacks? They were both heavily discriminated against after the civil war. And it hit me that this supports the theory that most of this "racism" is just class discrimination and lazy thinking. If the blacks banded together as one huge close knit family and worked hard and earned a lot of money (Jews) or earned high academic awards (Asians) then people would probably treat them as superior instead of inferior, too. I know this is trading one stereotype (poor) for a more positive one (rich) or (smart). But if lazy thinkers are going to use stereotypes then why not as a people engineer a better one as those hated groups before you did? BUT Aranna, how do we band together? You start by adopting a strong set of family values, like so many other "peoples" if you stick together as a family and pool your resources then large numbers of black people could start businesses or attend good universities. Within a couple generations cops will be treating you with respect when they pull you over... well as much respect as they treat the rest of us with anyway. Which is less than you might think unless you're rich yourself in which case they already treat you with respect even now. But at least those lazy thinkers will feel safe walking through black neighborhoods and defer to you in other situations.

Sorry Aranna that's not going to work. There are a number of historically black colleges and universities and a number of black people who own family businesses, and overall lead normal lives. It's not enough to keep bigots from thinking whatever they are going to think. Moreover, a point that is often lost on non black people is that black people, unlike many other peoples, ARE NOT a monolithic race all sharing a common culture and origin. Well, maybe an origin, but not a culture. Too much information has been lost since slavery days, and since then people have moved all over in search for work, education, food, what have you- there is no common point of origin anymore. As noted above, my wife is African American while I am African Caribbean - our languages, cultural mores and viewpoints and experiences in life are VERY VERY DIFFERENT and we can even tell the minor differences between ourselves physically even (wife sees the golden notes in my skin tone, can see the very minor waves in my hair from the other people's in my ancestry). Black people are NOT all the same, and trying to encourage them to band together as one is going to cause problems. In many ways, this was what caused so many problems in the struggle for civil rights with the differences between Malcolm x and Martin Luther King with respect to northern/urban and southern/rural (which is my wife's family background).


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Fake Healer wrote:

Yup, this is has become a "all cops are racist pigs" thread crying about how being black is being a victim. The blacks I know are far different from this breed of cop-hating, poor because whitey-makes me so that is taking everything said to the contrary as a racist white point of view. They are fun, cool people who have ordinary interactions within society. We joke at PTA meetings, laugh at movies, roll dice and share stories of our kids....they also don't hate white cops, or white people in general.

Being racist is a funny thing....even black people can be one.

it seems you think only black people can be racist.

I would ask you to ask your friends if they TRUST the police more so than like or even not hate them. You may be surprised by some of the answers.


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Fake Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I do hope you come back Fake Healer. There is more to learn here than white people's past and current sins, and putting your fingers in your ears only ensures that there will be another incident like this is in the future.

Why would you want me come back? You think you are converting a racist? You want to pound your skewed view of the issues into what you perceive to be a white, intolerant dude with no real perception of the issue?

Here is the funny part, I am not racist (which I am sure you will disagree with but my mix of friends from many walks, ethnicities, and lifestyles would ensure you that I am not). I look at 2 sides of an issue and come to a conclusion based on what I see, and rarely do I take the side of the white power cell because there usually is some racial undertone to the original issue. I don't see it here. Neither do many people whom I know, including those of a black persuasion. They are telling me that they wish these people would stop acting like fools and making them look bad.
I do however believe that a good amount of black families are not raising their children to be a part of an integrated society. Not all, but a good amount, mostly of lower economic means. It's easy to blame "the Man" for your lot in life. Much easier than self-reflecting and finding fault.
I always look at both sides. This time I see the protest as unfounded.
I also don't think that laws against pants hanging below a dude's buttcheeks are wrong and racist. Exposing your undergarments in public is rude and indecent. A fashion statement is one thing but borderline indecent exposure is not part of being a part of society.
I am white but just because I question the decisions made by a group made up of mostly black people doesn't mean I am racist. If I quote statistics that show certain data that points out something that may be a problem for an ethnicity that doesn't mean I am racist.
Maybe I am just hoping for better. Maybe I am wanting something to change to make those...

no, because I think you are woefully limited in your experiences. You claim to have friends of all races, but rely heavily on stereotypes in your reasoning - even going so far as to bring up stereotypes that have nothing to do with this situation in general or specific(see bolded above). It makes me wonder if you do judge your other race friends by the same yardstick, and whether or not you have them simply to say you aren't racist. There is a lot of things wrong with the reasoning you are using here, not necessarily because you don't have the eight to opine and disagree, but because the disagreements don't end there and continue into some kind of rant (again, see bolded above). You don't have to agree with me or others to be not racist. But I am going to wonder whether or not you are when you:

- go on rants that have NOTHING to do with anything anyone has said on this topic(see bolded above)

- ignore counterpoint when they are brought up (see when black cops are threatened got shooting white people above)

- ignore other viewpoints on other races when they are brought up while you use them as a rather offensive example of a "good minority" (see Asians, avove)

- loudly and jumpily defend yourself as not racist and accuse others of talking to you on the topic as an attempt to convert you to another way of thinking, using the ancient canard of "I have many (insert race here) friends" or that those who talk to you on it in any way that counters your viewpoint are the "real" racists (see the post I am responding to)

- with respect to this case (the shooting) ignoring that this department has been sued for violent behavior before (see Anklebiter and hakkiders posts above)

- with respect to this case, not provide evidence for your point via a link (see cracked orbital above)

I don't support rioting in any way shape or form unless there are aliens landing or the four horsemen of the apocalypse are riding high in the sky (in either case, I'm arming myself and fighting back). It's why I don't trust the protestors. But the pd here has shown poor judgment and poor treatment of their constituents here and in the past and the racial makeup of the department gives me pause. I don't trust them either. And despite your many different raced friends and claim of looking at both sides of an issue, I have trouble trusting you here as well. I don't think you a bigot, but I do think you are on your way to becoming one if you rely on your stereotypes and do not look at racial issues beyond what you see on TV and the friends you have collected.


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I like naked women with swords.


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FH, your thoughts?


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Fake Healer wrote:

There is a difference between civil disobedience and a legal protest, yet you guys refuse to see that there is a difference. The police are responding to people who are violating the law, not peaceful protesters. Once the protest becomes disorderly, and starts turning into a mob-mentality the police have tried to peacefully stop it by trying to get the crowds to disperse....this is met with the crowd getting even more rowdy and then the police take the next step, followed by the crowd, etc.... These aren't peaceful, innocent protesters being gassed they are a group of people that has become too disorderly and angry and are progressing into violence being told to disperse and go home by police trying to protect the general public and then the protesters continue upping the response. Grab some signs and march in front of the courthouse. Don't lob bottles and other nonsense at officers trying to keep a mob from becoming violent.

But I get it....it's cooler to say the Pigs are wrong no matter what and that the "activists" are the good guys standing up for a just cause. In this case I don't see that. I see a bunch of opportunists trying to goad a race war on.
A 4 time felon charged a cop and got shot down.
A 4 time felon ran from a cop and was murdered for no reason because the officer never even knew about the robbery in the area.

Which one is more believable. One has a couple friends of the 4 time felon saying "he didn't do anything" and the other has a couple people who don't know the officer or the 4 time felon who say they saw him come at the cop.
Hmmmmm....
Yup, clear case of the police being Black-killing Pigs.

As I said above, the Ferguson pd have lied at least once. I would hesitate to give them the benefit of the doubt in this, as it is suspicious. Moreover , every person who has linked up "Michael Brown's arrest record" had been linking up to another Michael Brown (the I only way this could have been worse is if his name was John Doe) or have put up links to an erroneous Facebook page. The most recent person to so this was a cop in Missouri, who may be fired for it as he put up a picture of someone who is a suspect in another case and claimed it was Michael Brown. Ferguson pd, again, has lost all credibility with me. I do not trust them a whit.

Is there anything that would make it sound suspicious to you, or so you defend the police until something hard comes up?


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Fake Healer wrote:

Sorry, you can't break the law as a way of protesting the police. You follow the legal rules in place to protest or you risk being treated as...GASP...a criminal.

considering a sizable portion of a previous generation to me broke those laws to ensure that I could eat at the same establishment you do and use the same bathroom, your appeal to law and order here falls on suspicious ears.


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Fake Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I'd like to see the hard evidence of gunfire at police along with the hard evidence of two dozen police cars being burned/destroyed along with the hard evidence of molotov cocktails. No statements to press or pictures, I'm talking a live feed. The Ferguson pd has lost all credibility with me, they are relying too heavily on their word as police officers and not providing anything else. I trust them about as much as I trust a politician.

This. We get better footage from Iraq and Isreal than we are getting from Ferguson.

Incidentally I believe the cop was justified in the shooting but that the response from both sides is unacceptable. Looting and rioting isn't how you protest. Throwing things at the police isn't how you protest. Police taking a hardline and helping escalate the tension isn't how you handle a protest either but when violence escalates on one side and the other's reaction is to up the ante you are only going to keep increasing the level of escalation. Someone needs to step back and reign in the violence.
Jesse and Al are gonna be here to help get everyone rational soon....

AL has already been there. And I'm going to wait on declaring this man innocent or guilty, the Ferguson pd has already been caught in one lie in that they doctored the tape to show that he didn't pay for the cigars when he actually did. They have no credibility with me.


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Sharoth wrote:
People like to argue? Inconceivable!!!

i think that word means what you think it means.


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Alignment in general has come under fire as alignment-light mmo games have increased in popularity and class abilities are seen as party resources- if the party needs the paladins abilities in a situation that the paladin wouldn't enter as a character, that's tough nuggies: the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the individual.

I'm running into issues with complaints about rogues in my kingmaker game along with complaints about finesse weapons and rapiers specifically, the idea of a single class having so many skills and being able to do so much damage through what some see as clever rule exploits is causing some friction. People seem to either want the rogue more or less powerful-noone is happy with the way things are currently.

Note that this is only my experience and opinion.


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I'd like to see the hard evidence of gunfire at police along with the hard evidence of two dozen police cars being burned/destroyed along with the hard evidence of molotov cocktails. No statements to press or pictures, I'm talking a live feed. The Ferguson pd has lost all credibility with me, they are relying too heavily on their word as police officers and not providing anything else. I trust them about as much as I trust a politician.


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Aranna wrote:

Doesn't there have to be a trial in any shooting? justified or not?

Of course not. There is an (HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA)investigation done by the cops every time shots are fired, but it is usually if not always cops investigating themselves and quickly clearing themselves of any wrongdoing.


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The history is fascinating.


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And believe it or not, that's it for Otakon. There are a lot more pics I didn't post, but I think the best ones are here. But that's not all that happened of late.

CH and I did indeed go and hang out a few days ago. We ALMOST had sex in the lobby...but we decided to go to Katz' instead. CH got the FAMOUS RUBEN SANDWICH from there, while I went with a chili dog. Both meals were meant to soak up alcohol from our later trip to Lovecraft, where we got some nice drinks and a wonderful tour of the facility, any FAWTL visiting NY will have to come to this place. Here is a pic of a hand-typed letter by Lovecraft himself, describing the horrible ssubhumans who live in the Lower East Side(as most know he was quite a bigot)


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Okay I REALLY love Space Dandy


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I LOVE DRAGON'S CROWN

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